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Posts Tagged ‘Jeanine Pirro’

The Scoreboard: Saturday, May 10

25-54 demographic (Live +SD)

  • Total day: FNC: 136 | MSNBC: 110 | CNN: 109 | HLN: 117
  • Primetime: FNC: 147 | MSNBC: 208 | CNN: 155 | HLN: 134

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

96

TheFive:

88

NewsHQ:

85

Report:

114

Huckabee:

171

Pirro:

163

FNR:

106

RedEye:

78

Pirro:

115

MSNBC
Disrupt:

23

Caught:

51

Caught:

83

Caught:

116

Caught:

120

Lockup:

224

Lockup:

279

Lockup:

297

Lockup:

273

CNN
News/Gupta:

119

Nwsroom:

113

Nwsroom:

78

Nwsroom:

100

Bourdain:

102

Bourdain:

168

Bourdain:

196

Bourdain:

199

Bourdain:

138

HLN
Files:

88

Files:

104

Files:

162

Files:

137

Files:

169

Files:

134

Files:

98

Files:

156

Files:

229

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Maria Bartiromo: ‘When I Knew My Stuff, Nobody Could Push Me Around’

maria bartiromoAhead of an appearance at The Cable Show in Los Angeles later this week, Fox Business Network’s Maria Bartiromo is featured in a pair of interviews. The FBN anchor talks to Multichannel News about her new co-workers:

I find that everyone is working really hard here. They know they’re number one and they’re busy. They’re going to keep being number one and they’re doing their job. But everybody has been unbelievable; they’ve really made it easy for me, going out of their way to welcome me. Shepard Smith sent me flowers. Bill O’Reilly took me in his office and just chatted me up. Judge Napolitano said; “When can you have coffee?” They are all – Jeanine Pirro as well – they are all being so wonderful to me. So I think that the warmth that they have shown me has been just so great and I appreciate them all.

Bartiromo talks to the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette about taking on the challenge of being a woman reporting on the NYSE floor at the beginning of her career: Read more

The Scoreboard: Sunday, March 16

25-54 demographic (Live +SD)

  • Total day: FNC: 221 | MSNBC: 137 | CNN: 233 | HLN: 132
  • Primetime: FNC: 227 | MSNBC: 159 | CNN: 255 | HLN: 117

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

154

Kurtz:

120

Wallace:

190

Faulkner:

298

Faulkner:

262

Pirro:

231

Pirro:

187

Huckabee:

174

Pirro:

184

MSNBC
Finney:

79

Caught:

80

Caught:

96

Caught:

148

Caught:

134

Caught:

181

Lockup:

161

Lockup:

227

Lockup:

256

CNN
Nwsroom:

290

Nwsroom:

380

Nwsroom:

354

Nwsroom:

298

Nwsroom:

323

DeathRow:

179

Nwsroom:

262

Nwsroom:

233

DeathRow:

131

HLN
Files:

134

Files:

160

Files:

135

CookOff:

93

CookOff:

62

Files:

120

Files:

169

Files:

113

Files:

166

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The Scoreboard: Saturday, March 15

25-54 demographic (Live +SD)

  • Total day: FNC: 274 | MSNBC: 159 | CNN: 242 | HLN: 120
  • Primetime: FNC: 245 | MSNBC: 231 | CNN: 282 | HLN: 119

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

194

Stossel:

148

NewsHQ:

237

Faulkner:

229

Huckabee:

246

Pirro:

220

Pirro:

269

RedEye:

202

Pirro:

222

MSNBC
Disrupt:

70

Caught:

77

Caught:

123

Caught:

176

Caught:

156

Lockup:

148

Lockup:

389

Lockup:

363

Lockup:

304

CNN
Nwsroom:

288

Nwsroom:

313

Nwsroom:

316

Nwsroom:

328

Nwsroom:

333

Nwsroom:

317

DeathRow:

194

Weed:

173

Crimes:

185

HLN
Files:

102

Files:

81

Files:

95

Files:

138

Files:

88

Files:

119

Files:

148

Files:

257

Files:

276

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The Scoreboard: Saturday, January 25

25-54 demographic (Live +SD)

  • Total day: FNC: 159 | MSNBC: 162 | CNN: 136 | HLN: 177
  • Primetime: FNC: 93 | MSNBC: 168 | CNN: 124 | HLN: 246

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

140

TheFive:

135

NewsHQ:

142

Faulkner:

132

Huckabee:

114

Pirro:

88

RedEye:

77

Huckabee:

106

Pirro:

127

MSNBC
Disrupt:

110

Caught:

121

Caught:

141

Caught:

99

Lockup:

86

Lockup:

154

Lockup:

264

Lockup:

417

Lockup:

392

CNN
Nwsroom:

210

Nwsroom:

164

Nwsroom:

96

Miley/Bieber:

99

Bourdain:

103

Crimes:

130

Crimes:

139

Crimes:

81

Crimes:

86

HLN
Files:

221

Files:

185

Files:

103

Files:

98

Files:

243

Files:

260

Files:

236

Files:

221

Files:

228

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For Cablers, Crime Pays on Saturday Nights

ForensicFilesCrime continues to be a draw for TV networks on Saturday night. CBS has found success in its “48 Hours” franchise. In fact, this weekend’s episode “A Bad Bet” was Saturday night’s #1 program, drawing 5.32 million viewers. And increasingly, the cable news networks are finding Saturday night’s alright for fighting, too.

HLN was the most-watched cable news network Saturday among younger viewers, winning the day (177,000 viewers) and primetime (246,000). The network has been running HLN Mysteries specials on weekend nights for nearly three years following the success of MSNBC’s crime-filled weekends. With back-to-back episodes of “Forensic Files” HLN was the most-watched network in the ad-friendly demo Saturday night.

With back-to-back episodes of “Lockup” MSNBC came in second and CNN, which hasn’t settled on a regular Saturday night schedule, came in third with a block of “Crimes of the Century,” beginning at 9pm. Fox News Channel, which on any other day trumps its competitors in all measurements, came in fourth in the demo with its lineup of “Huckabee,” “Justice with Jeanine Pirro” and “Red Eye.”

FNC still finished first among total viewers averaging more than a million viewers.  HLN was second.

  • Saturday, Jan. 25 (8-11pm)

A25-54 demo / Total Viewers
HLN: 246,000 / 579,000
MSNBC: 168,000 / 352,000
CNN: 124,000 / 391,000
FNC: 93,000 / 1.107M

While crime shows may bring in viewers, it can be a harder sell for advertisers, who may not want to be associated with that kind of programming.

The Scoreboard: Saturday, October 19

25-54 demographic (Live +SD)

  • Total day: FNC: 169 | MSNBC: 148 | CNN: 92 | HLN: 91
  • Primetime: FNC: 152 | MSNBC: 267 | CNN: 113 | HLN: 88

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

183

Stossel:

202

NewsHQ:

205

Faulkner:

190

Huckabee:

203

Pirro:

139

Geraldo:

113

RedEye:

121

Pirro:

90

MSNBC
Disrupt:

68

Caught:

64

Caught:

86

Caught:

168

Caught:

247

Lockup:

247

Lockup:

307

Lockup:

299

Lockup:

282

CNN
Nwsroom:

56

Nwsroom:

86

Nwsroom:

74

Nwsroom:

81

TheCase:

62

Bourdain:

105

Bourdain:

171

TheCase:

64

Bourdain:

73

HLN
Mystery:

81

Mystery:

84

Mystery:

89

Mystery:

100

Mystery:

87

Mystery:

86

Mystery:

90

Grace:

74

Mystery:

200

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Where To Watch The White House Correspondents’ Dinner

Saturday evening the White House Correspondents’ Dinner will be held in Washington DC. As has become de rigueur, the dinner and speeches will be televised on cable news. White House Correspondents’ Association chief and Fox News correspondent Ed Henry will speak, as will President Obama and this year’s comedic guest, Conan O’Brien.

C-SPAN, which was covering the dinner live before it was cool, will kick off coverage at 6:15 PM Saturday with red carpet coverage, as well as full, unedited coverage of the event. C-SPAN will also have some liveshots from BuzzFeed’s counter-programmed BBQ.

CNN is planning live coverage from 9-11 PM, hosted by Don Lemon, along with Brianna Keilar and Nischelle Turner. The first hour will feature “best of” moments from past dinners, with the second hour featuring the key speeches live. There will also be reports from the red carpet during the 6-7 PM hour.

Fox News will be covering the proceedings as part of “Justice with Judge Jeanine Pirro” from 9-11 PM Saturday. There will be some guests to talk about the festivities, and live coverage of the speeches in the 10 PM hour, TVNewser hears.

MSNBC will also have special coverage from 9-11 PM, with the first hour featuring “best of” highlights, and live coverage in the second hour. Craig Melvin will host.
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Connecticut School Shooting: Saturday Coverage Plans

Coverage of Friday’s tragic shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary school in Newtown, Connecticut, will continue Saturday on the broadcast and cable networks.

On ABC, weekday anchor George Stephanopoulos will anchor “Good Morning America” from Newtown. Elizabeth Vargas will join him from New York. ABC’s Josh Elliott, Amy Robach and Dan Harris will report from the scene in Newtown.

NBC’s “Today” will also have the weekday team in, with Matt Lauer and Savannah Guthrie anchoring from Newtown. Lester Holt, Erica Hill, Ann Curry and Willie Geist will contribute to the program.

Anthony Mason and Rebecca Jarvis will anchor “CBS This Morning Saturday” from Newtown. CBS will also preempt “48 Hours” Saturday night for a special report on the shooting at 10pmET.

Fox News will be live at 5amET with “Fox & Friends First.” An expanded edition of “Fox & Friends” will air from 6-10amET, and will be simulcast on FBN. The 10am-noon business block will be preempted for live coverage anchored by Jon Scott and Jenna Lee. Scott will also host an expanded two-hour “Fox Report” beginning at 6pmET. Mike Huckabee‘s program will be live from NYC at 8pmET and Jeanine Pirro and Geraldo Rivera will host their primetime shows from Newtown.

MSNBC will focus on the shooting during regularly-scheduled programming and will be live until at least 7pmET Saturday night.

On CNN, Ali Velshi and Jon Berman will anchor from 6-9amET. Soledad O’Brien will anchor from 9-11amET, Wolf Blitzer will anchor from 11am-1pmET and Don Lemon will anchor from 1-3pmET. O’Brien will anchor from 3-5pmET, and Blitzer and Kate Bolduan will anchor from 5-8pmET. Anderson Cooper will anchor from 8-9pmET,  Lemon and O’Brien will anchor from 9-10pmET, and Cooper will take over again from 10-11pmET.

On HLN, Nancy Grace will host a special on the shooting tonight at 8pmET. Dr. Drew Pinsky will host a special live hour at 9pmET.

The Ticker: Skowronski, O’Brien, Pirro

  • MSNBC has officially upped Lauren Skowronski to VP of media relations. Skowronski had been director of media relations for MSNBC, and took over the department on an interim basis when PR chief Jeremy Gaines left the cabler earlier this year. “Lauren gets MSNBC,” said MSNBC president Phil Griffin in a statement. “She’s creative, a strategic thinker, whose proven track record has earned the trust and respect of our talent and management.”
  • Speaking of PR, our sister blog PRNewser attended a Paley Center event featuring CNN anchor Soledad O’Brien. “The anchor said her upbringing “shaped her as an outsider, which was a challenge at times.” But from that experience she also learned “your bosses don’t have to love you, and you can still succeed if your work is good. It’s not a popularity contest,” she added.”
  • Fox News host Jeanine Pirro is profiled in the New York Daily News as her semi-autobiographical novel Sly Fox (get it?) is released. “So then, is it likely that Dani will some day follow her creator’s footsteps into the political arena? And if so, will real-life characters find their way into her fiction again? ‘Yes, she will,’ promises Pirro. ‘And all I can say is that it will be an interesting book.’”

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