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Posts Tagged ‘Chris Wallace’

The Scoreboard: Sunday, June 29

25-54 demographic (Live +SD)

  • Total day: FNC: 148 | MSNBC: 132 | CNN: 98 | HLN: 121
  • Primetime: FNC: 156 | MSNBC: 180 | CNN: 145 | HLN: 100

4p: 5p: 6p: 7p: 8p: 9p: 10p: 11p: 12a:
FNC
Alt/HC:

98

Kurtz:

97

FNSunday:

115

Faulkner:

84

Huckabee:

127

Reporting:

170

Stossel:

169

Huckabee:

143

Report:

128

MSNBC
Caught:

208

Caught:

132

Caught:

128

Caught:

187

Caught:

123

Undercover:

265

Docs:

151

Lockup:

183

Lockup:

169

CNN
Nwsroom:

83

Nwsroom:

60

Nwsroom:

62

Hernandez:

135

Bourdain:

176

Docum:

121

Docum:

138

Docum:

78

Docum:

81

HLN
Files:

72

Files:

102

Files:

97

Files:

116

Files:

98

Files:

74

Files:

128

Files:

211

Files:

209

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The TV Ticker: FNC, CNN, NBC, CNBC

  • Fox News has a new special report airing this weekend hosted by Chris Wallace. “Fox News Reporting: Iraq and the Rise of a Terrorist State” airs first tonight at 10pmET, with encores tomorrow night and Sunday night.
  • On CNN’s “Reliable Sources” Sunday, guest host Jeffrey Toobin will talk about the significance of the anchor change at ABC “World News” this week, and the future of the evening news, with former “CBS Evening News” anchor Dan Rather.

  • Monday night on NBC, Meredith Vieira hosts “Harry Potter: The Making of Diagon Alley,” an NBC News primetime special produced by Peacock Productions. Universal Orlando Resort and NBC News share the same parent company.

  • CNBC’s David Faber has a new, one-hour documentary debuting Sunday night at 9pmET. “Amazon Rising” tells the story of a visionary named Jeff Bezos who bet his fortune on the internet and created one of the most admired and feared companies in the world.

The Scoreboard: Sunday, June 15

25-54 demographic (Live +SD)

  • Total day: FNC: 147 | MSNBC: 124 | CNN: 112 | HLN: 124
  • Primetime: FNC: 106 | MSNBC: 163 | CNN: 162 | HLN: 107

4p: 5p: 6p: 7p: 8p: 9p: 10p: 11p: 12a:
FNC
Alt/HC:

54

Kurtz:

105

FNSunday:

110

Faulkner:

142

Bush:

131

Greta:

84

Stossel:

102

Bush:

110

Greta:

121

MSNBC
Caught:

103

Caught:

188

Caught:

220

Caught:

179

Caught:

214

Dateline:

162

Dateline:

114

Lockup:

111

Lockup:

132

CNN
Nwsroom:

81

Nwsroom:

119

Nwsroom:

117

O.J.:

119

Bourdain:

154

41on41:

165

Cont:

169

41on41:

84

Cont.:

58

HLN
Files:

55

Files:

73

Files:

122

Files:

157

Files:

95

Files:

107

Files:

118

Files:

178

Files:

199

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Chris Wallace: Cronkite ‘Would Not Be Happy’ With the State of the Evening Newscasts

chris wallace“Fox News Sunday” host Chris Wallace does a Q+A with The Chicago Sun Times about his 50 years in broadcasting, the lessons he learned from his father Mike Wallace, and the general state of the news media:

Q: You are the only person who has had an anchoring role on two Sunday morning news shows. How do you see the role of the Sunday morning shows and how that’s evolved?

A: The reason it’s such a joy to be the anchor of a Sunday news show is that unlike in so much of the news business you have to almost apologize for being serious — for talking about policy. There’s a pressure to get off it as quickly as possible. The Sunday morning shows are the places were policy and serious subjects and in-depth interviews are desirable. That’s why people tune in to a Sunday talk show. You can talk in depth, you can talk seriously about issues. It’s more about light than heat, and you make no apologies for it. It’s sort of a self-selecting audience. It’s an audience that doesn’t want stunts, doesn’t want flash, they want a serious discussion of issues by serious people. It’s a joy to be presiding over that.

Q: How do you see the impact of celebrity culture on the news business? Read more

The Saturday Ticker: Clinton, AJAM, Wallace

  • Politico’s Dylan Byers reports Chelsea Clinton‘s annual salary from NBC News was $600,000. Clinton, whose contract was up for renewal this year, remains on NBC’s payroll on a month-to-month basis, an agreement put in place so that Clinton can exit in case Hillary Clinton runs for president in 2016.

  • Milwaukee Magazine previews the latest installment of Al Jazeera America’s “Fault Lines,” a documentary about the battle over mining in Wisconsin. The episode premieres tonight at 7pmET.

  • Chris Wallace sat down with Robert De Niro this week for an interview that airs on “Fox News Sunday” tomorrow. Wallace and De Niro talked about a complicated issues between fathers and sons, something they have in common. “What you’re describing is very familiar to me, the idea that he loves you — but he’s absent,” Wallace, the son of the late CBS newsman Mike Wallace, told De Niro.

‘Primetime LIVE!’ 25 Years Later

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There was a big reunion last night to commemorate the 25th anniversary of ABC’s “Primetime Live.”

About 100 former correspondents, editors, researchers, PAs, APs, and photographers celebrated at the home of author Holly Peterson, who was a researcher on the show. Diane Sawyer was in attendance. Her co-anchor Sam Donaldson sent his regards from Albuquerque, where he now lives.

ABC News president Roone Arledge created the show in 1989. He wooed Sawyer away from “60 Minutes” to be the co-anchor for the new live primetime newsmagazine. Donaldson was fresh from covering the White House for ABC News. The first episode included live studio audience. As Donaldson put it, the audience participation “was not [like] Oprah or Donahue… They are terrific shows, but that’s not us.” Fox News’ Chris Wallace and the late Judd Rose were correspondents.

Early staffers in attendance last night included Disney ABC TV Group president Ben Sherwood, who was an associate producer on the show; correspondent Jay Schadler; producers Betsy West, now with the Columbia Journalism School, Neal Shapiro, now with WNET, Mark Lukasiewicz, now with NBC, David Doss, now with Al Jazeera America; also Ira Rosen and Rick Kaplan, plus Jeanmarie Condon and Marc Burstein, who now have executive roles at ABC News.

Insiders tell us Sawyer delivered a toast to the team, for their passion and hard work, while Burstein read a note from Donaldson sending regrets and sharing how proud he was of the work he did at “Primetime (as he used to say) LIVE!”

Chris Wallace: White House Still Hasn’t Made Susan Rice Available to ‘Fox News Sunday’

WallaceOn “Fox News Sunday” yesterday, Chris Wallace noted National Security Adviser Susan Rice‘s Sunday show schedule, which didn’t include Fox News.

“National Security Adviser Susan Rice is appearing on two Sunday shows today, but the White House still hasn’t made her available to us since we interviewed her back in September of 2012, just five days after the Benghazi attack,” Wallace said.

Rice appeared on “This Week with George Stephanopoulos” and “State of the Union with Candy Crowley.”

This is the second time this year Wallace has chided the White House for not making Rice available for “FNS.” In February, Wallace noted that the White House only granted “Meet the Press” an interview with Rice, suggesting “perhaps Susan Rice didn’t want to answer the tough questions we would have asked” on the Benghazi attack.

“We’ve been through all of this, and I’ve had the opportunity to discuss this at great length,” Rice told Crowley on the Benghazi subject, adding she’s focused on her role as National Security Adviser and she won’t speculate about potentially appearing at another Benghazi hearing. For his part, Stephanopoulos didn’t ask Rice about Benghazi, spending the majority of their interview asking her about the ramifications of the weekend prisoner exchange of five Taliban prisoners for U.S. Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl.

That Time ‘Chris Matthews’ Appeared as a Guest…on Fox News?

A funny moment on Fox News this afternoon when two of TV news’ Chris’ got momentarily confused for one another.

“Alright Chris Matthews, helping us do the math there out of Washington…Chris thank you,” Jon Scott said while wrapping a segment on “Happening Now.”

“Well, Chris Wallace, but close enough,” a laughing Wallace said.

“Boy…you don’t even look like him,” Scott added. “Thank God,” Wallace responded.


(h/t Mediaite)

The Scoreboard: Sunday, May 4

25-54 demographic (Live +SD)

  • Total day: FNC: 143 | MSNBC: 107 | CNN: 110 | HLN: 178
  • Primetime: FNC: 98 | MSNBC: 152 | CNN: 214 | HLN: 252

4p: 5p: 6p: 7p: 8p: 9p: 10p: 11p: 12a:
FNC
Alt/House:

109

Kurtz:

144

Wallace:

189

Faulkner:

204

Huckabee:

106

Report:

97

Stossel:

90

Huckabee:

121

Report:

118

MSNBC
Finney:

29

Caught:

81

Caught:

111

Caught:

112

Caught:

118

Caught:

132

Lockup:

206

Lockup:

248

Lockup:

225

CNN
Nwsroom:

50

Nwsroom:

103

Nwsroom:

84

Witnessed:

91

Bourdain:

141

Bourdain:

299

Spurlock:

202

Bourdain:

174

Bourdain:

147

HLN
Files:

97

Files:

133

Files:

99

Files:

140

Files:

180

Files:

295

Files:

282

Files:

302

Files:

372

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Bret Baier: ‘After I Saw that, I Said ‘We Are Dropping the Ball on that Coverage’

BaierTVSBret Baier is taking a cue from John Oliver.

The Fox News “Special Report” host was watching Oliver’s inaugural show on HBO last Sunday when it hit him that the world’s biggest election — where up to 800 million people in India will be voting — is getting almost no coverage in the U.S. “After I saw that, I said ‘we are dropping the ball on that coverage,’ Baier told us at the TVNewser Show on Tuesday. His team is now working on a story about the election which wraps up May 12.

Baier says shows like Oliver’s as well as “The Daily Show” and “The Colbert Report,” “can really penetrate on news stories.”

We interviewed Baier for about 20 minutes following his keynote speech. We discussed everything from the 2014 and 2016 elections, to how he engages with “the most fervent critics of Fox News,” and the current state of the media’s relationship with the White House: “I think there is a sense that the president feels like he doesn’t get enough good treatment in a media that has, for the most part, turned a little bit on this White House, in policy and substance.”

I began by asking Baier what he thought about the president’s approval rating, which an ABC News/Washington Post poll released earlier that morning showed it had dropped to 41%.

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