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Posts Tagged ‘Bill O’Reilly’

The Scoreboard: Tuesday, October 7

25-54 demographic (Live +SD)

  • Total day: FNC: 283 | CNN: 150 | MSNBC: 63 | HLN: 77
  • Primetime: FNC: 412 | CNN: 192 | MSNBC: 123 | HLN: 77

4p: 5p: 6p: 7p: 8p: 9p: 10p: 11p: 12a:
FNC
Cavuto:

206

TheFive:

286

Baier:

284

Greta:

336

O’Reilly:

487

Kelly:

373

Hannity:

378

O’Reilly:

312

Kelly:

278

CNN
Tapper:

123

Blitzer:

198

Blitzer:

207

Burnett:

156

Cooper:

164

Special:

197

Tonight:

214

Cooper:

182

Special:

152

MSNBC
Wagner:

20

EdShow:

31

Sharpton:

86

Matthews:

107

Hayes:

93

Maddow:

139

O’Donnell:

135

Hayes:

61

Maddow:

43

HLN
Now:

41

Files:

38

Files:

66

Jane:

52

Grace:

82

Dr.Drew:

53

Files:

94

Files:

125

Files:

220

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The Scoreboard: Monday, October 6

25-54 demographic (Live +SD)

  • Total day: FNC: 248 | CNN: 129 | MSNBC: 59 | HLN: 82
  • Primetime: FNC: 311 | CNN: 168 | MSNBC: 64 | HLN: 60

4p: 5p: 6p: 7p: 8p: 9p: 10p: 11p: 12a:
FNC
Cavuto:

204

TheFive:

261

Baier:

307

Greta:

331

O’Reilly:

410

Kelly:

300

Hannity:

224

O’Reilly:

254

Kelly:

252

CNN
Tapper:

132

Blitzer:

118

Blitzer:

121

Burnett:

125

Cooper:

137

Cooper:

197

Tonight:

170

Tonight:

132

CNNI:

107

MSNBC
Wagner:

50

EdShow:

57

Sharpton:

69

Matthews:

127

Hayes:

59

Maddow:

76

O’Donnell:

58

Hayes:

41

Maddow:

49

HLN
Now:

45

Files:

16

Files:

37

Jane:

56

Grace:

46

Dr.Drew:

62

Files:

73

Files:

98

Files:

158

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The Afternoon Ticker: Panetta Book, CNN Suit, Walters Talks

  • Former Defense Secretary Leon Panetta is making the TV rounds for his memoir “Worthy Fights.” His first morning interview went to Matt Lauer for “Today,” his first cable interview was with Gloria Borger on CNN, the first online interview is with Katie Couric for Yahoo! and his first primetime interview is with Bill O’Reilly tonight on Fox News.

  • Former CNN staffer Stanley Wilson has filed a $5 million wrongful termination lawsuit against Turner Broadcasting and his former boss. The 17-year CNN veteran, a Los Angeles-based field producer and writer, says he was discriminated against, defamed and retaliated against. Deadline has more.

  • ABC’s Barbara Walters is the featured speaker tonight at the John F. Kennedy Jr. Forum at Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government. Walters, who celebrated her 85th birthday last week, was born in Boston. In her autobiography Audition, she wrote about having an affair in the 1970s with then-married Massachusetts Senator Edward Brooke.

Happy 18th Birthday Fox News Channel

FNC PRIME TALENT 100713 (1)Monday, Oct. 7, 1996, Fox News Channel went on the air.

Monday, Oct. 7, 2013, for the first time in 10 years, Fox News Channel shook up its primetime.

Since it launched, FNC has seen viewership growth of more than +4,600%. As for the new, expanded primetime, that’s been a success too. The network finished first among all cable channels in primetime viewership for Q3 2014.

Network chairman and CEO Roger Ailes made the changes last year in order to make room for Megyn Kelly in primetime, which led to Sean Hannity moving to 10pmET and Greta Van Susteren moving to 7pmET. Bill O’Reilly stayed put at 8pm. He’ll mark the anniversary on his show tonight.

Kelly will anchor tonight’s show from Laguna Nigel, CA, site of the Fortune “Most Powerful Women Summit.” She will look back at highlights of the first year of “The Kelly File.”

“When I first got this job,” she tells the OC Register, “I said to myself, ‘Wow, what am I doing here?’ I took a moment to revel in the moment and think this is a real milestone for me. And it wasn’t until I got doing it for a few months that I thought, ‘You know, I deserve to be here.’”

The Scoreboard: Friday, Oct. 3

25-54 demographic (Live +SD)

  • Total day: FNC: 265 | MSNBC: 93 | CNN: 138 | HLN: 90
  • Primetime: FNC: 341 | MSNBC: 119 | CNN: 100 | HLN: 104

4p: 5p: 6p: 7p: 8p: 9p: 10p: 11p: 12a:
FNC
Cavuto:

227

TheFive:

395

Baier:

298

Greta:

345

O’Reilly:

438

Kelly:

322

Hannity:

253

O’Reilly:

232

Kelly:

259

MSNBC
Wagner:

68

EdShow:

66

Sharpton:

104

Matthews:

111

Hayes:

104

Maddow:

143

Lockup:

109

Lockup:

192

Lockup:

189

CNN
Tapper:

159

Blitzer:

163

Blitzer:

206

Burnett:

209

Cooper:

141

Ling:

114

Spot/Unguard:

54/36

Bourdain:

109

Bourdain:

107

HLN
Now:

28

Files:

49

Files:

27

Files:

48

Files:

111

Files:

87

Files:

113

Files:

158

Files:

226

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Stephen Colbert Responds to His ‘North Star’: ‘Bill O’Reilly is a F***ing Egomaniac’

O'Reilly ColbertThe tit-for-tat between Bill O’Reilly and Stephen Colbert continued last night with Colbert addressing the Fox News host he considers “very dear” to him.

“Bill, baby doll, you’re of my ilk,” Colbert said to O’Reilly in response to O’Reilly saying “Colbert and others of his ilk have no bleeping clue how to fight Jihad.”

“That’s outrageous. Bill O’Reilly has to do his own bleeping? C’mon Rupert Murdoch, spring for the bleep machine. I got one here, watch: Bill O’Reilly is a f***cking egomaniac.” Colbert then added, “I don’t mean it.”

The dust-up between O’Reilly and Colbert resulted from Colbert mocking O’Reilly’s suggestion to have an anti-terror mercenary force paid for by coalition forces to fight terror groups like ISIS.

We’ll keep our eyes on “The O’Reilly Factor” tonight to see if O’Reilly has a response to his, as Colbert described it, “ilk-mate.”

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The Scoreboard: Tuesday, Sept. 30

25-54 demographic (Live +SD)

  • Total day: FNC: 281 | MSNBC: 89 | CNN: 159 | HLN: 101
  • Primetime: FNC: 421 | MSNBC: 141 | CNN: 192 | HLN: 158

4p: 5p: 6p: 7p: 8p: 9p: 10p: 11p: 12a:
FNC
Cavuto:

203

TheFive:

314

Baier:

330

Greta:

356

O’Reilly:

534

Kelly:

419

Hannity:

304

O’Reilly:

270

Kelly:

307

MSNBC
Wagner:

58

EdShow:

76

Sharpton:

123

Matthews:

157

Hayes:

125

Maddow:

180

O’Donnell:

107

Hayes:

70

Maddow:

96

CNN
Tapper:

192

Blitzer:

212

Blitzer:

158

Burnett:

224

Cooper:

230

Cooper:

203

Tonight:

142

Tonight:

128

CNNI:

186

HLN
Now:

13

Files:

13

Files:

66

Jane:

103

Grace:

147

Dr.Drew:

128

Files:

198

Files:

228

Files:

463

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The Scoreboard: Monday, Sept. 29

25-54 demographic (Live +SD)

  • Total day: FNC: 268 | MSNBC: 81 | CNN: 141 | HLN: 101
  • Primetime: FNC: 368 | MSNBC: 122 | CNN: 138 | HLN: 80

4p: 5p: 6p: 7p: 8p: 9p: 10p: 11p: 12a:
FNC
Cavuto:

202

TheFive:

311

Baier:

371

Greta:

331

O’Reilly:

445

Kelly:

353

Shep:

306

Shep:

247

Kelly:

200

MSNBC
Wagner:

46

EdShow:

71

Sharpton:

95

Matthews:

96

Hayes:

118

Maddow:

162

O’Donnell:

87

Hayes:

59

Maddow:

78

CNN
Tapper:

171

Blitzer:

192

Blitzer:

184

Burnett:

161

Cooper:

137

Cooper:

135

Tonight:

143

Tonight:

129

CNNI:

67

HLN
Now:

71

Files:

53

Files:

77

Jane:

90

Grace:

107

Dr.Drew:

60

Files:

65

Files:

176

Files:

229

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O’Reilly: ‘Mr. Colbert and Others of His Ilk Have No Bleeping Clue How to Fight the Jihad’

O'ReillyLast night, Bill O’Reilly had a clear message for Stephen Colbert on fighting terror.

“Mr. Colbert and others of his ilk have no bleeping clue how to fight the Jihad,” O’Reilly said. “In the world of the ideologue, where Colbert lives, solutions don’t really matter…it’s how you feel about things,” O’Reilly added before advising his audience to run fast when they encounter people who have nothing constructive to say.

O’Reilly was responding to a segment in which Colbert mocked him for his plan to have an anti-terror mercenary force paid for by coalition forces.

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Katie Couric to Bill O’Reilly: ‘Why Do You Keep Killing People Bill?’

CouricIn an interview earlier this week for Yahoo!, Katie Couric spoke with Bill O’Reilly about his new book “Killing Patton.”

“Why do you keep killing people Bill?” Couric asked about O’Reilly’s four books about the murders of Abraham Lincoln, John F. Kennedy, Jesus, and now George Patton. “People want to know about history in an entertaining way,” O’Reilly answered, adding his new book is interesting because he believes General Patton wasn’t accidentally killed like the U.S. army told the world.

The two also touched on President Obama’s actions toward ISIS and the media coverage of the shooting of Michael Brown and subsequent protests in Ferguson, Missouri.”The media coverage convicted the police officer. And that’s wrong. But I said many times, if the police officer did shoot — Michael Brown unnecessarily, and that should be able to be proven by all the FBI and all the state of Missouri people we have in there, he should go to jail for the rest of his life,” O’Reilly said.

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