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AIR DATE: December 23, 2013

Nightclubs have been big money-makers for casinos in recent years but no one was quite sure how big until Josh Eells looked at some of the money that is spent in the clubs on liquor (6,000 percent mark-up) and the fees that disk jockeys make for a one-night performances (think six figures). Eells explains why casinos are fighting to sign-up the talent to bring in the big crowds at their nightclubs.

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Josh Eells, writer, The New Yorker

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