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Tuesday, July 5, 2011

Ratings for the Week of June 27th - July 1st

1 - Special programming was aired on 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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8 comments:

Anonymous said...

Even with these atrocious numbers every week, CNN continous to stuff these buffoons down our throats. Wise up CNN or you will continue to lose viewers.

Anonymous said...

Big numbers for HLN. Like or not the network
was the 1st to cover Casey Anthony for many
hours live . HLN will be the top rated network
for the verdict and in prime time. Considering
that for hours the top search on Google was
Nancy Grace, it is hard to think that any other
channel will even be close. Later today we will
know if The Casey Anthony Verdict is one for
the record books. CNN will be 3rd. Viewers
are mad at CNN.

Anonymous said...

I really hope that you all have the opportunity to
go to the Press Think Blog and read an item by
Jay Rosen about CNN. Now it features some of
the comments last week from Jim Walton and
Mark Whitaker. Walton says CNN is about news.
Whitaker says CNN will no longer just leave it
there. I am skeptical that CNN would ever drop
left vs right bull. Rosen said something that I've
seen here. 2 were laziness and lack of journalistic
skills.It is just sheer laziness to have someone
on from the left and right to go at it over the
questions tossed by anchors.If CNN is really
committed to the news, let's see if they will
replace the pundits with more journalists.
Hire the recent backpack journos that have
just graduated from college. These students
know how to write, shot and edit their stories.
Give them a mission find news from all around
the globe and search for the hundreds of news
stories that the world does not know about. I
say this so CNN can get some fresh ideas. I
still strongly support the veteran journalists
at CNN , who would still be doing their
reports. By adding some 25 journos.CNN
frees the other reporters to put more time
in on their projects. This also give CNN more
content. Some of these journos are already
in the news biz. Besides CNN needs several
ways of storytelling and not pov's. CNN has
reporters,producers,writers,photographers
& hundreds of employees. In one form or
another they are journalists. Focus on the
different styles of journalism that these
people practice.A reporter tells a story
differently from a photographer. A writer
tells a story differently from a video editor.

Anonymous said...

It does seem like CNN is picking a fight with
their viewers. Not very smart. Viewers are just
not into Eliot Spitzer or Piers Morgan. CNN is
well on it's way to achieving it's goals. Their
objective is obviously to make viewers turn
the channel and watch anything but CNN.
Heck of a job CNN.

Anonymous said...

Good to see the clip of Larry and Willie Nelson on the Ridiculist on 360.
I miss Larry. I bet everyone on this blog misses him too.
He was always so gracious. He made his guests feel welcome by shaking their hands at the end, like he did Willie Nelson.
He had an endearing quality that Piers Morgan lacks and will never acquire.

Anonymous said...

Looks like we're going to have a lot more Casey Anthony on 360.
AC almost had a million viewers on Thursday nite. So yes, get ready to watch HER EVERY MOVE.
No the viewers didn't tune in to see the last space launch.
That's over with and has been for a while and we care, but not really, because in the end. what did we learn??
But Casey Anthony was given freedom and the viewers aren't happy, so they will watch in hopes that the end justifies the means.
And that means that CNN will go overboard with verdicts just to get ratings and eyeballs. No matter what.

Anonymous said...

TVN asked "Which TV Anchors Does Piers Morgan Watch?"
He did name Wolf and AC, but then threw in everyone under the sun, from Diane Sawyer to Barbara Walters and Oprah, didn't know Oprah was a journalist/anchor, and even yes, Howard Stern.
Howard Stern? Last I heard he was on radio. Does he watch him on radio?
I guess the anwser should be, anyone he can copy and comprehend,
but that's multi-tasking and we've since learned Piers isn't quite up to doing two things at once.

Anonymous said...

I think Piers Morgan just should have said "All of them," like Sarah Palin did when Katie Couric asked her what magazines she read.
They have something in common anyway, their mentality.