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Sunday, 06.29.14 (Posted 06.30.14) CBS New programming. Expected result. The Tiffany Network finally had an evening with original programming and the results were dramatic. At 7P, leading off with a rerun of ’60 Minutes’ it drew 8.40 million viewers and … Continue reading →
On Sunday, ESPN Dominates With World Cup. NBC’s Got Talent And Top Broadcast In U.S. BBC One Tops In The UK. Seven #1 In Australia.
Sunday, 06.22.14 (Posted 06.23.14) NBC Against reruns and program debuts that did not deliver on the promise, the Peacock Network pulled off a victory on Sunday. At 7P, a two-hour rerun of ‘American Ninja Warrior’ drew a tepid 2.71 million … Continue reading →
On Sunday, ABC Scores With Basketball In The U.S. BBC One #1 With F1 In The UK. Nine With The Voice Is Tops In Australia.
Sunday, 06.08.14 (Posted 06.09.14) ABC The Alphabet Network at 7P had the basketball edition of ‘Jimmy Kimmel Live!’ and it drew 6.17 million viewers and a 2.1/4. It was followed at 730P by the pre-game ‘The NBA Countdown’ which drew … Continue reading →
Today, traditional TV still accounts for the lion’s share of video viewing, but online and mobile are where the growth is. From fourth quarter 2012 to fourth-quarter 2013, the hours consumers spent watching online video grew 30%. When managed together, … Continue reading →
Sunday, 05.11.14 (Posted on 05.12.14) Nielsen estimates there are 116.3 million television households in the United States, up 0.4% from the 2013-2014 estimate of 115.6 million. Nielsen estimates that nearly 296 million persons age 2 and older live in these … Continue reading →
Sunday 05.04.14 (Posted 05.05.14) CBS took Sunday like a runaway train as it finished Day #11 of the May Sweeps on top of the network standings. The Tiffany Network began at 7P with the always powerful ’60 Minutes’ as #1 … Continue reading →
Sunday, 04.27.14 (Posted 04.28.14) Day #4 of the May Sweeps 2014 put CBS into the lead…again. At 7P, ’60 Minutes’ joined the 10+ Million Program Club with a leading 10.33 million viewers. It finished 3.87 million viewers ahead of the … Continue reading →
CBS Is The #1 Network In The U.S. BBC One Finished #1 In The U.K. On Sunday. Seven Is Again #1 In Australia.
strong>Sunday, 03.16.14 CBS won Sunday going away with a margin of 33% over the #2 network, ABC. At 7P, ’60 Minutes’ won its time period and was the top program on Sunday with 11.11 million viewers and an 8.2 rating … Continue reading →
Sunday, 03.09.10 CBS began the evening at 7P with the leading newsmagazine on television, ’60 Minutes’ explored the facts behind the hidden data information selling business of personal information as well as a look behind the revolution in the Ukraine … Continue reading →
NBC #1 In The U.S. With winter Olympics Closing Ceremonies. BBC Two With Olympics & Top Gear Won. Seven Tops In Australia With ‘Sunday Night’.
Sunday, 02.23.14 NBC won again with the ‘Winter Olympics’, making it a clean sweep in the top position for 18 straight nights. Beginning the evening, a Special featuring Nancy & Tonya, it drew 12.59 million viewers. Sunday Night Football commentators … Continue reading →