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However, Match.com’s most digitally effective ad so far this year is its “Nikki and Joey; Kindergarten” spot, which starred a shy kindergarten teacher looking to get back into the dating world.

That spot has aired more than 2,000 times since its Feb.

Through May 31, the online dating industry has spent more than $214 million on national TV spots in 2014.

The amount online dating sites have spent on national TV ads in the first five months of this year have nearly matched the amount spent for all of 2013, according to data from research firm i Spot.

Last year, TV ad spending for the industry was heavier in the August-December period than in the first part of the year.

The dating industry’s two brands that dominate TV ad spending: and e Harmony.

Later Freenet program management assumed by the National Public Telecomputing Network (NPTN) in 1989 (:sk2,rab:) New England gets cut off from the Net as AT&T suffers a fiber optics cable break between Newark/NJ and White Plains/NY.

Yes, all seven New England ARPANET trunk lines were in the one severed cable.

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