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Friday, December 31, 2010

Ratings For The Week of December 20th

1 - Special programming was aired on one night

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...

The bad ratings will continue for CNN. People
will be watching CNN less. They mishandled the
Larry King transition poorly and now it is going
to bring trouble for CNN. The promos pretty
much ruin things for CNN. Why would you
start running those offensive Piers Morgan ads
before Larry King signed off. Also, as if 360
could not get any worse, they are doing a series
on cold cases for January 2011. That sounds
like Nancy Grace, Issues and Prime News.I need
real news so I will watch Rachel Maddow and
no more 360. Rachel is becoming the best
show on cable news. I am tired of being let
down by 360. No matter what CNN says 360
is an opinion show.

Anonymous said...

It's a sad day for CNN fans. Tony Harris just
signed off. How many stellar journalists will
CNN let walk out the door ? It is a real shame.
Bless Tony Harris. I have enjoyed you over the
years.I was hoping I would still be able to turn
to CNN to see Tony Harris, but I guess CNN is
heading into a direction that says no journalists
are welcome. Right now I am really upset with
CNN. Ted Turner please find a way to buy back
CNN. At least viewers will know that someone
cares about making sure that the world's best
journalists come into you home to deliver you
the news and the networks of CNN appreciate
it's audience and really value their loyalty
to CNN. Sadly, CNN has turned on it's viewers.

Anonymous said...

I agree with this comment about 360
It has also become a show with an unwritten "agenda," and those that continually watch, know exactly what is meant by the word, agenda.
I also agree that the Larry King transition was awkward and the choice of Pierce Morgan, a borish aristocratic snob from Britian, was hurtful, not only to Larry but to Larry's viewers.
We deserve more and in the New Year, CNN is going to find out, the hard way, that the silent viewing majority, counts. We will not watch.

Anonymous said...

Tony Harris was a class act.
And no Anderson, you do not look like Rachel Maddown with your glasses. If only.
She's another class act, and her frames come in a variety of colors to match what she is wearing.
Unlike you, she does not come to the studio dressed in her jeans.
She makes sure she's dressed for the occasion.

Anonymous said...

Kathy Griffin said one thing that actually made sense during her performance with AC on New Years Eve.
She said Pierce Morgan "scares her."
Yes, indeed. Pierce Morgan scares a whole lot of people Kathy. You aren't alone.
The only thing scarier than his person, will be his ratings.

Anonymous said...

For all the hating Kathy Griffin, it is my bet, that enough people watched the NYE show to put CNN over the top....again.
I am not a KG fan, and do not think she is funny, but she plays to to her "base," and that is enough to make CNN a ratings winner for the nite.
If anyone needs to win for one nite, it is CNN.
And as for AC, if all you need do is stand there for 2 hours an giggle and get big bucks for doing it, why not?
Obviously he's not a bit worried about his credibility factor or he wouldn't do it...but then credibility and CNN went out the window a long time ago. That's part of their problem.