A daypart is a division of the broadcast day into segments. For example, a television broadcaster may separate its schedule into the morning, daytime, early fringe, prime time, late news, late fringe, and late night time slots. A broadcaster typically evaluates the net realizable value of programs and program licenses for impairment using a daypart methodology, whereby programs broadcast during a particular time period, such as prime time, are evaluated on an aggregate basis.

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