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Tuesday, September 25, 2012

Ratings for the Week of September 17 - 21, 2012

* Denotes special programming on one or more nights
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...

MSNBC is on a roll. CNN ratings have improved slightly since the summer (as one would expect) but clearly MSNBC has taken most of the new audience. CNN needs to hurry up and replace Walton. They need to make changes now! OutFront has improved slightly with Blitzer at the lead-in but it is still a drag. How long are they gonna give Piers to step it up? He's gotten some better guests in the last few months but he isn't very good interviewing someone other than celebrities. Anderson spends too much time with celebs and Burnett spends too much time talking about celebs "she knows." WHO CARES? When did CNN become a bunch of annoying starf*c*ers? Is that gonna help their ratings? Apparently not.

Anonymous said...

Well finally someone agrees that our little Anderson spends too much of his time chasing "the stars," and doesn't really accomplish anything now on either of his shows.
How many topics on his day show is he covering, 15??
No one can cover that many topics in depth.
And as far as Piers Morgan is concerned, I don't like the man, never watch him, BUT his ratings have been higher than 360's at times, according to maybe someone else other than Piers, needs to be dropped.

Anonymous said...

360 is now becoming problematic in the line up according to TVN ratings.
Blitzer, Burnett, and Morgan are getting higher numbers while Cooper is dragging his tail.
Maybe we should have Piers on twice, and Anderson at 9PM.
It certainly would serve as a wake-up call for him.
And if he didn't like it, that's his problem. Anyone can read a teleprompter and get his numbers.

Anonymous said...

Can't wait until Wednesday nite to listen and watch the debates.
I will watch on CNN but that does not mean I prefer CNN.
I'm just used to getting the news from them.
Wait. There is no news from them.
Maybe I'll try ABC. At least they will fairly analyze what positions the candidates took and who did better.
Am really sick of looking the pundits and the anchors...all of them on CNN.