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Monday, July 2, 2012

Ratings For The Week of June 25-29

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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Anonymous said...

The NYPost ran this small article.
"Define Activist."
'Poor CNN. In reporting on the funeral of Rodney King, an ANCHOR called him a 'civil rights activist.'
Perhaps they confused him with Martin Luther King?'
Or perhaps if they keep hiring people like Brooke Baldwin, they might have to give history lessons before every assignment.

Anonymous said...

I've come to the conclusion that I feel the exact same way about Anderson Cooper as I feel about President Obama.
Neither one stands for anything, and neither one represents real change.
Both turned out to be a disappointment.
And while Anderson isn't running for anything, President Obama's appeal on average is about the same as Anderson's ratings...
And neither one thinks very much about the working class except when it affects them directly.
President Obama made a planned trip to the mid-west to emphasize the fact that he has single handedly helped car dealerships, especially GM.
Where was he when collective bargaining was at the forefront a couple of weeks ago in Wisconsin, and where was Anderson?
I rest my case.

Anonymous said...

After hearing Ashleigh Banfield sparring with congressman Joe Walsh on a TVN video, Walsh seems like an idiot, saying her name as many times as he did, Ashleigh may very well do better on 360, than Anderson Cooper.
She may very well do better for CNN opposite Rachel Maddow, woman against woman.
She has that "hunger in her belly," that Cooper has been lacking ever since he discovered a hurricane and made a name for himself. I say, times up.
Let ASHLEIGH take the 8PM hour and spar with everyone you can, especially if they're Republicans.
At least you got my attention, and that's not easy.

Anonymous said...

While Greta got a 968 as her total, which is low for her, Anderson got a 280, which is low for anybody and a 57 in HIS demo!
Yes, it was a Friday during the summer, BUT SOME people were still watching cable so where have all Mr
Cooper's fans gone?
Guess there out looking for the real Mr Cooper.
After all, we seen so many variations lately, nobody knows who he is anymore, least of all, him.

Anonymous said...

According to TVN, CNN is partnering with Facebook, in search of eyeballs.
Here's a hint.
It doesn't matter how many people are on Facebook, if they're NOT buying what you're selling it "don't matter" how many "apps" there are and last I read Facebook's IPO was such a flop, they're still recovering.
Obama is hanging on by his thumbnails because he's proven to be such a disappointment and Romney is the biggest bore the Repbulicans have run, ever.
This time around the election is NOT going to save you, CNN, no matter how many times we see your poster child, Anderson Cooper.