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Morning Show Ratings: Week of December 10

While “Good Morning America” maintained its #1 spot in the mornings, and saw total viewer growth, all three shows saw a decline in the crucial A25-54 viewership compared to the same week last year. Additionally, at this point last year NBC and CBS were down from the same week in 2010 in younger viewers.

For the week of Dec. 10, 2012, “GMA” and “CBS This Morning” were both down -4% while “Today” was down -24% in the demo. “GMA” was up +5% and “CBS This Morning” up +2% in total viewers while “Today” was down -17% in that measurement.

The averages for the week of December 10, 2012:

  • Total Viewers: ABC: 5.091M / NBC: 4.664M / CBS: 2.626M
  • A25-54 viewers: ABC: 1.890M / NBC: 1.865M / CBS: 993K
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No Doubt, Counting Crows Scheduled for ‘GMA’ Summer Concert Series

ABC’s “Good Morning America” has announced the lineup for its Summer Concert Series. Festivities kick off a week from today, May 25, with a performance by Robin Thicke.

The “GMA” Summer Concert Series has taken place in Central Park since 2009. Other acts slated for this summer include No Doubt, Brad Paisley, the Counting Crows, the Beach Boys and Demi Lovato.

“GMA” will continue to announce additional acts throughout the summer. See the full list of performers after the jump. Read more

Good Morning iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad, and Android

Viewers of ABC’s Good Morning America can vote on which segments they liked the best while the show is on the air, using their iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad, or Android devices, following the release of the new Good Morning America app.

Users following along with GMA can see real-time voting results, compare their choices with others, and view video clips from GMA via the free app.

Senior executive producer James Goldston said:

The new GMA app is part of ABC News Digital’s ongoing commitment to provide viewers innovative and interactive ways to be a part of the broadcast. Now viewers can be a part of the story and watch Good Morning America wherever and whenever they want.

Morning Show Ratings: Week of Sept. 20

NBC’s “Today” show continued to lead its nearest morning show competitor, “Good Morning America” by a wide margin last week. The program drew more than 1 million more viewers than its chief competitior.

All three morning shows saw a ratings bump, with “GMA” delivering its best demo delivery since June.

“GMA” also narrowed the total viewing gap with “Today” by 18% when compared to the same week last year.

The averages for the week of September 20:

Total Viewers: NBC: 5.09M / ABC: 3.96M / CBS: 2.58M
A25-54 rating: NBC: 2.42M / ABC: 1.63M / CBS: 1.03M

Marysol Castro Leaving ‘GMA’ Weekend

“Good Morning America” weather person Marysol Castro is leaving the program, ABC News confirms to TVNewser.

Tomorrow, September 26, will be her last day on the show.

“After 6 years of great weekends, this one is bittersweet. It’s the last I’ll spend with all the great and talented people of GMAW-my home for the better part of the last decade,” said Castro. “While my next opportunity is an exciting one, I’m nonetheless sad at the prospect of leaving. I’ve had a wonderful stay and will miss so much of what makes GMA a great place to hang one’s hat-except those 3am wake-up calls. And so….on with the show.”

Castro is the third on-air talent to depart from “GMA Weekend” in the last six months, following Kate Snow, who went to NBC News in March and Bill Weir who moved to “Nightline” last month.

Before joining ABC News, Castro was a general assignment reporter at WPIX in New York City and a reporter for News 12 in the Bronx, a local cable news outlet owned by Cablevision.