Les Oscars ne font plus recette, et pourtant...

L’audience des Oscars est en chute libre, au contraire de leur impact.

(L-R) Actors Mahershala Ali, winner of Best Supporting Actor for 'Moonlight,' Emma Stone, winner of Best Actress for 'La La Land,' Viola Davis, winner of the Best Supporting Actress award for 'Fences,' and Casey Affleck, winner of Best Actor for 'Manchester by the Sea,' in the press room at the 89th Academy Awards (Oscars) ceremony at the Dolby Theater in Los Angeles, CA, USA, February 26, 2017. Photo by Lionel Hahn/ABACAPRESS.COM Reporters / Abaca
(L-R) Actors Mahershala Ali, winner of Best Supporting Actor for 'Moonlight,' Emma Stone, winner of Best Actress for 'La La Land,' Viola Davis, winner of the Best Supporting Actress award for 'Fences,' and Casey Affleck, winner of Best Actor for 'Manchester by the Sea,' in the press room at the 89th Academy Awards (Oscars) ceremony at the Dolby Theater in Los Angeles, CA, USA, February 26, 2017. Photo by Lionel Hahn/ABACAPRESS.COM Reporters / Abaca ©Reporters / Abaca
L’audience des Oscars est en chute libre, au contraire de leur impact.

Les chiffres ne mentent pas : les Oscars ne font plus recette. De 55 millions de téléspectateurs

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