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March 20, 1987| Arts and entertainment reports from The Times, national and international news services and the nation's press

Black TV viewers kept troubled TV series "Crime Story," "Stingray" and "The Equalizer" alive, according to an advertising agency study released Wednesday. Blacks account for 12% of the population but represent 14% of the prime-time audience, the BBD&O International Inc. study said. Other shows affected by black viewers: "Facts of Life," "Hunter" and "Miami Vice." Only four of the top 10 shows during the three-month period also appeared on the black audience's top 10 list.

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