From the American Family Association (AFA) Journal: The Target campaign began on April 21, and the company’s second quarter report was the first to reveal whether or not the boycott by 1.4 million consumers was having an impact. Analyzing the report, AFR’s Dan Celia, president of Financial Issues Stewardship Ministries, said same-store sales dropped 1.1% […]
Howard Dean, the outspoken former primary presidential candidate for the Democratic Party, suggested Donald Trump used cocaine due to his sniffing during the recent presidential debate. Really?! It didn’t get a lot of coverage on liberal websites and homepages, either.
The campaign says it's just "a matter of time" before Clinton does an interview.
Apparently, USA Today doesn’t view Hillary Clinton’s long past full of scandals (e-mails, Clinton Foundation, Watergate, Monica Lewinsky, her defending an accused child rapist) as a reason to disqualify her. But, they said to not vote for Donald Trump due to his divisive rhetoric and remarks toward various people of American society.
O'Reilly drew a half million viewers from the demo. MSNBC beat CNN in prime time. CNN won the demo at 11 p.m.
A surprising lead for the new TV season.
But it doesn't explain the deep nose breathing.
"The robust growth we are seeing across our digital footprint each month is exciting."
A coalition of 146 newspapers in Quebec demands that the provincial government help them in their transition to digital platforms, according to Newspapers Canada. Read more...
"I knew if I could put a table in a room, with not much light, and a couple of chairs, I could have a real conversation."
"For 20 years, I've watched this program, but I just can't watch it anymore."
"With people like @donlemon, who could expect any more?"
The Rachel Maddow Show finished September as the 4th-highest-rated cable news program among Adults 25-54, only behind Hannity, The Kelly File and The O'Reilly Factor.
A new Pew survey breaks it down.
"It would either be a big coincidence, or it had to do with this story."
It's an exercise in better writing.
Just about two weeks of the 2016-17 TV season are in the books. There have been some surprises (pleasant and not so much) in the ratings, and the way things have broken so far raises a few questions. So let’s ask (and answer) them. Which...Show More Summary
by Jonathan Blaustein Once upon a time, I wrote about stereotypes and clichés. It was fun to resurrect phrases left for dead. I did it because good writers avoid them, and I was rebelling against the norm. (Or maybe I just wasn’t a good writer?) Sometimes, though, we use a phrase just because other people […]
Final broadcast primetime live + same-day ratings for Thursday, Sept. 29, 2016 As they did last week, NBC’s two comedies adjusted up from the early ratings Thursday to the finals. Both “Superstore” (1.3) and “The Good Place” (1.3) ticked up a tenth of a point in adults 18-49. Show More Summary
Broadcast primetime live + same-day ratings for Thursday, Sept. 29, 2016 Note: CBS affiliates in Miami and Cincinnati carried the NFL Network telecast of “Thursday Night Football,” which could result in greater adjustments than usual for the network. Show More Summary