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Wednesday, January 5, 2011

Ratings For The Week of December 27th

1 - Special programming was aired on 1 night during the week
2 - Special programming was aired on two nights during the week
3 - Special programming was aired on all nights 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...

That's an ugly picture for CNN. Maybe
they get the message about Parker
Spitzer after Ted Nugent's comments
last night. They were inappropriate
but he is right, CNN looks like one
crazy place that is out of control.I'm
wondering if CNN will move Parker
Spitzer to 11 and do the special 360
at 8 until they come up with a new
show.It has to get beyond panels.
That makes it no different than Joy
Behar and her ratings are not that
good as you can see from the data.

Anonymous said...

CNN just grows more ignorant each day.
What is wrong with these people.CNN
better cancel Parker Sptizer really soon.
We all know Piers Morgan is a failure in

Anonymous said...

Now that Anderson Cooper is doing his own lead-in to 360, it looks as though his lead-in style, is more appealing than his anchoring, at least from the demos....not great, but good.
So the question remains, why didn't CNN try to negotiate some deal with Cooper, knowing he has a built in following and also knowing he was "looking for a talk show?" Wouldn't it have made for "sense" to hire from "within" instead of importing a British export, to take over LK's position?
But after all, the word, Sense and CNN, are not compatible in one sentence.