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The Ticker: CNN, Biz Nets, Oliver - Posted April 3, 2014
TV news analyst Andrew Tyndall pens a column in The Hollywood Reporter about CNN's wall-to-wall coverage of MH370. Although the coverage "has been vindicated by increased ratings," Tyndall notes it was not with... [TVNewser]

Inside Sharyl Attkisson's Steep Decline in Airtime - Posted March 10, 2014
News of Sharyl Attkisson's resignation this afternoon from CBS News suggested the veteran corresponden... [TVNewser]

Andrew Tyndall Responds to ABC: They're Confusing Quantity With Quality - Posted January 10, 2014
Andrew Tyndall is firing back at ABC News' criticism of his ... [TVNewser]

The Top Correspondents and Stories on Network Evening News in 2013 Were... - Posted January 10, 2014
NBC News correspondent Tom Costello got the most airtime on the evening newscasts in 2013 with 303 minutes on "NBC Nightly News." David Muir was next with ... [TVNewser]

Which Correspondents and Stories Got the Most Airtime on the Network Evening Newscasts in 2010? - Posted January 6, 2011
TV news analyst Andrew Tyndall released his 2010 year in review report. The report examines which news stories got the most coverage last year, as well as which reporters g... [TVNewser]

What Does The Future Hold for Network News? - Posted September 7, 2010
The network news organizations, ABC News, CBS News and to a lesser extent NBC News, are in a period of extreme transition-that much is undeniable. Last night's resignation by ABC News president David Westin only served to underscore the point. Without the ... [TVNewser]

Andrew Tyndall: 'Enough Already!' With Oil Spill Coverage - Posted July 15, 2010
Analyst Andrew Tyndall writes about the coverage of the Deepwater Horizon oil spill disaster. Tyndall argues that the networks have spent a disproportionate amount of time on the disaster, especially when compared to other important events like the change of command in... [TVNewser]

In Oil Spill Coverage, Reporters See Their Profiles Raised - Posted July 12, 2010
The New York Times' Brian Stelter writes about television news reporters and contributors getting more airtime due to the ongoing Deepwater Horizon oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico. Stelter discusses CNN contributors ... [TVNewser]

Who Is To Blame For The Broadcast News Decline? - Posted May 25, 2010
The fallout from the New York Observer article about departing ABC News producer Mimi Gurbst continues. This weekend, analyst Andrew Tyndall ... [TVNewser]

Cokie Roberts: Glenn Beck 'Worse than a Clown... More like a Terrorist' - Posted March 23, 2010
Former ABC "This Week" co-host, now panelist on the program, Cokie Roberts does not pull any punches in the syndicated column she pens with her husband... [TVNewser]

Some ABC Newsers Not Sold on Christiane Amanpour - Posted March 22, 2010
Contrary to the gladiator's code, those at ABC News who are about to die are not saluting the emperor. With a staff reduction of up to 25 percent looming, many of the troops are unhappy that news division chief David Westin last week signed expensive outsider ... [TVNewser]

Tapper Tops Tyndall's 2009 - Posted January 6, 2010
Earlier today, we reported on Andrew Tyndall's list of the most heavily-used network news correspondents from the last decade. Washington journos dominated the la... [FishbowlDC]

Washington TV Newsers Dominate Airtime - Posted January 6, 2010
News consultant Andrew Tyndall added up the airtime of the nation's top network news correspondents (anchors excluded) over the last decade. NBC's Andrea Mitchell topped... [FishbowlDC]

Which TVNewser Logged the Most Facetime During the Last Decade? - Posted January 5, 2010
News consultant Andrew Tyndall has added up minutes each network news correspondent spent on the air in the last decade. And the winner? NBC's ... [TVNewser]

"The Big Three Nightly Newscasts Are Hardly Dead" - Posted June 19, 2009
"Despite a steady erosion in their collective audience and an aging viewership that averages 60 years old, the big three nightly newscasts are hardly dead," writes Forbes' ... [TVNewser]

Morning Reading List 06.19.09 - Posted June 19, 2009
Good morning FishbowlDC! Got a blind item, interesting link, funny note, comment, birthday, anniversary or anything of the sort for Morning Reading List? Drop us a line. Tonight's the Radio & TV Correspondents Assoc... [FishbowlDC]

Evening Newscasts Continue Strong Numbers - Posted February 4, 2009
Last week's evening news ratings saw big numbers for all three broadcasts. What's the reason? "Tough economic news and the arrival of the Obama administration have helped bring more viewers to the broadcast evening news shows, a TV staple that's been written off many times in the past," ... [TVNewser]

Who Got the Most Airtime in '08? - Posted January 6, 2009
Andrew Tyndall... [TVNewser]

Evening Newscasts Ending Year Surprisingly Strong - Posted December 24, 2008
NBC Nightly News EP Bob Epstein has been on the job for two weeks. He's off to a great start. The NBC Nightly News with ... [TVNewser]

Sunday Show Preview - Posted December 5, 2008
Meet the Press: President-elect Obama. This Week: Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice, Ron Gettelfinger, President, United Auto Workers, The Wall Street Journals' Pe... [FishbowlDC]

What's Next For David Gregory? - Posted July 23, 2008
The NYObserver's Felix Gillette takes a moment from Sunday's Meet the Press, and ponders whether David Gregory has become NBC's "lame duck." Gillette observ... [TVNewser]

"Nightly" Sheds More Viewers Than Couric - Posted June 25, 2007
Brian Williams calls the evening news race "a back-and-forth dogfight." But NBC may have more to worry about than the first place "World News with Charles Gibson." The Nielsen numbers tell the story: in Katie Couric's first 39 weeks at CBS, she's lost 287,000 viewers from the average of a... [TVNewser]

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