Post Profile

The VP Debate Ratings Were Pretty Bad

Apparently a lot of people needed to clip their fingernails last night: Overnight rating for the VP debate on 7 networks is a 24.2 and 39 share, down -26% from 2012’s 32.5/47. — Michael Mulvihill (@mulvihill79) October 5, 2016 This suggests that the post-debate spin is going to be more important than usual since so few people actually saw the debate. I suspect that's good for Team Clinton, since Tim Kaine's performance is likely to look better over time.
read more


Related Posts

‘Thursday Night Football’ On CBS and NFL Network Earn Best Ever Ratings

Media / Television Industry : TV by the Numbers

CBS and NFL Network’s opening night broadcast of THURSDAY NIGHT FOOTBALL earned its best-ever ratings with an average overnight household rating/share of 14.3/25, +4% from last year

Super Bowl Earns Lowest Metered Market Overnight Ratings Since 2010

Media / Television Industry : TV by the Numbers

Last night's Super Bowl delivered a 47.6 Household rating and a 70 share in the 56 metered market ratings, down from last year's 48.1/71. It was the lowest rated metered market overnight rating for a Super Bowl since 2010's 46.4/68....

Kentucky Derby Overnight Ratings Down 6 Percent

Industries / Media : MediaBistro

NBC’s coverage of the 137th Kentucky Derby  earned a 9.7 overnight rating and a 22 share Saturday night, down 6 percent from 2010. Last year’s 10.4 rating was the highest overnight for NBC in 18 years. The overall overnight rating f...

AMC Networks’ Shares Come Alive On Big Ratings For ‘Walking Dead’

Industries / Entertainment Industry : Deadline Hollywood

Sunday’s debut of The Walking Dead‘s Season 7 didn’t just appeal to zombie fans. The near-record high ratings for the show — which you can read about here — helped to lift AMC Networks’ stock price about 6% in early trading this mor...

Most Popular Debate Evah

US Politics / Conservative :

I didn’t watch last night’s rumble, but, apparently, a lot of people did: Early overnight Nielsen ratings suggest that Thursday’s Republican debate was not just the most-watched primary debate in history — it may have been twice as ...


Copyright © 2016 Regator, LLC