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Thursday, December 23, 2010

Ratings For The Week of December 13th

1 - Special programming was aired one night during the week

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...

If last nites 360 was any indication of Charlies Moores's new and improved show and his skills, then 360 is in for a slide,
in the downward direction.
Poor Sanjay Gupta was stuck with a rehashment of prior segments.
With all that is happening now in, congress, and all the relevant legislation that is currently being passed, including the repeal of DADT, and health care for the 9/11 responders, the producers of 360 put together a very shoddy program...and that's being polite.

Anonymous said...

Congratulaitons to Michael Bloomberg, NYC's Mayor, for recoginizing the influence of Jon Stewart, in the passage of the Zadroga bill, health care for 9/11 first responders.
It was only AFTER, The Daily Show spent their entire last show of the year on the lack of sympathy from the Republicans to pass this bill, that CNN or 360, in particular, decided that this was an important issue.
Yes, FOX News chose to ignore it, but what can you say when a fake anchor does the job of a REAL ANCHOR, in influencing Congressional legislation??
Is anyone on CNN doing their job?
Certainly, FOX NEWS doesn't get a pass, but then Fox New's ratings aren't in "the toilet."