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Wednesday, July 28, 2010

Ratings For The Week Of July 19th

1 - Rick's List began airing instead of Campbell Brown on Thursday, July 22nd.
2 - Based on four nights of regular programming.

Rating calculations are weekly averages based on nightly ratings provided by TVNewser with data by Nielsen Media Research. Numbers reflect Live and same day (DVR) data.

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Anonymous said...

CNN needs to have a news show aimed at
women right before 360 and a hipster type
Nightline at 8. For the first tine more Americans
now live in cities and not the suburbs and this
is a very diverse mix of younger people. Just
like the Ipad puts the world into your hands.
CNN needs to be the news network that brings
the world and what is going on into your home.
CNN must do more news and better mix of topics.
When you go online there are various topics. Like
it or not real time news is going to be big and
CNN is one of the few networks that could
possibly pull this off. Take a clue from Time
magazine's Newsfeed.

Anonymous said...

Way to go CNN, fourth in the 8PM hour and third in the 10PM hour.
But wait! Rick Sanchez, Piers Morgan, and Eliot Spitzer will save you from self destruction.

Anonymous said...

Finally found the person to be the new improved Larry, or the new and improved Campbell/Rick/'s none other than Joe Arpaio, the mean, not green, time machine of a Sheriff from AZ. He did wonders for AC's ratings and demos. He should have Arpaio on every nite. Not that Arpaio treated AC with any bit of kindness. No sir, but you got to hand it him. He's every bit the warrior and that's who CNN needs to fight a good fight.
I know I'd tune it, and every nite!
There's just something compelling about him. He's like a pitbull with a human bone, and you can just feel the anger and hate right through my new LCD screen.

Anonymous said...

Good for Erica Hill, who will head for Rhinebeck, NY to cover Chelsea Clinton's wedding, according to TVN. Thanks to CBS, and her own smarts and ability, she is able to make a real contribution to the network. At CNN she was given no job at all, except being a one note pony for Anderson Cooper.