February cable ratings are in – Piers Morgan may be out at CNN, but what about the rest of the network’s primetime, which looked none too good for the month, all losing around half their audience compared to same month last year? CNN‘s Anderson Cooper at 8 PM dropped 47% February to February in overall audience to average 421,000 viewers, and 46% in the news demo to 127,000 viewers for the month, according to Nielsen. In his defense, Cooper’s lead-in, Erin Burnett Outfront, dropped 39% to post an average of 293,000 viewers in February – CNN’s smallest monthly haul in the timeslot in more than two decades — and slipped 32% in the news demo to 100,000 viewers. Morgan’s getting scrubbed from 9 PM at CNN because, for instance, he logged 347,000 viewers for the month — down 46% – and 100,000 demo viewers — down 38%.
View full article »
Tag Archive: MSNBC
Romney told “Fox News Sunday” that he sees Melissa Harris-Perry’s apology as sincere and is ready to move on. He says everyone – himself included – makes mistakes and the Romney family has forgiven MSNBC.
View full article »
On Tuesday morning, Ann Coulter was bleeped for a sum total of 13 seconds on MSNBC’s “Morning Joe.” Initially, it was reported that she was silenced for calling Arizona Sen. John McCain a “douche bag,” however Coulter offered up a different explanation on last night’s “Joy Behar Show.”
Behar said, “I saw you on ‘Morning Joe’ this morning and you were bleeped. What did you say?” Coulter responded, saying, “Well, I don’t want to be bleeped again, but I said ‘dickweed.’” Her explanation of the incident wasn’t bleeped and she proceeded to clarify her thoughts on McCain. View full article »
NBC news is apparently reacting to a TMZ story, in which we said Casey Anthony‘s lawyer is negotiating with the major networks, and big bucks are on the line … because the network is saying they have not offered any payment for an INTERVIEW … BUT, it made no mention of other ways of paying handsomely for a chat with the very famous former murder defendant. View full article »