Archives: January 2008
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Washington Post: Messenger’s Pictures From Mercury Surprise Scientists
Washington Times: Obama: Decriminalize pot
Washington Examiner: Va. State trooper helps break up gun smuggling operation
LA Times: Spears hospitalized for ‘mental health’
USA Today: Professor: Fractions should be scrapped
CBS News: Why Ted Kennedy didn’t endorse Clinton
Politico: Huckabee gets love from the ladies
What ABC is touting:
“THIS WEEK” #1 IN KEY ADULTS 25-54 DEMO â€“ BEATS “MEET THE PRESS”
“THIS WEEK” POSTS HIGHEST TOTAL VIEWER AND A25-54 NUMBERS IN NEARLY 5 YEARS
“THIS WEEK” BEATS “FACE THE NATION” IN TOTAL VIEWERS AND A25-54
“THIS WEEK” INCREASES MOST OF SUNDAY DISCUSSION PROGRAMS COMPARED TO LAST YEAR — 42% IN A25-54 DEMO AND 19% AMONG TOTAL VIEWERS
“MEET THE PRESS WITH TIM RUSSERT” IS THE #1 SUNDAY MORNING PUBLIC AFFAIRS PROGRAM WINNING THE WEEK ENDING SUNDAY, JANUARY 27, 2008
TOPS THE COMPETITION BY 803,000 TOTAL VIEWERS
A tipster tells FishbowlDC that “This Week”‘s victory in the 25-54 demographic was by one-tenth of a point.
We decided to tally up all of our new “Tale of the Email Tape” features in order to see which publications are on top of their game when it comes to being the first to alert us of breaking news.
For each breaking news event, the publication that was first to send its respective e-mail received three points, second place got two points, third place got one. The current tally is as follows:
Wall Street Journal: 9
USA Today: 8
L.A. Times: 5
Washington Post: 3
Roll Call: 1
For this week’s Separated at Birth, we have the Examiner’s Bill Sammon.
Did you miss our earlier Separateds? Or just want to see them again? Check out Dana Priest, J. Freedom du Lac, Chris Wallace, Bob Woodward, Part II, Tim Russert, Part II, Anne Kornblut, Greta Wodele, Michael Calderone, Robert Traynham, Les Kingsolving, Pamela Brown, Bill Press, Kriston Capps, Howard Bryant, Michael Clements, Rajiv Chandrasekaran, Wes Pruden, Chris Cillizza, Dana Perino, Dan Steinberg, David Martin, David Bradley, Linda Greenhouse, Laura Sessions Stepp, William Arkin, Paul Singer, Ben Bradlee, John Yang, Armstrong Williams, Howard Kurtz, Tony Kornheiser, John Harris, Len Downie, David Corn, Bob Woodward, Jeff Zeleny, John McCaslin, John Hendren, Lesley Lopez, Elizabeth Shogren, Norah O’Donnell, Chris Matthews, Tim Russert, Brit Hume, Wolf Blitzer and David Gregory
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