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Neil Cavuto’s Tribute to Producer Who Died of Cancer: ‘You Left Us Speechless’

GoodmanCavutoAnnie Goodman, a former Fox News producer for “Your World” and “Forbes on Fox,” died this morning after a three-year battle with triple negative breast cancer. She was 33.

In a tribute on “Your World” this afternoon, anchor Neil Cavuto described her as “always funny, always blunt, always fighting, never quitting.” (Video after the jump.)

“Annie knew her odds, but she also knew she wasn’t going down without a fight,” Cavuto said. “When I asked her about how it felt to be the face of the disease, leave it to Annie to zing back: ‘I’m just sorry I couldn’t offer a pretty face.’ She was pretty wrong.”

Goodman had worked for Fox News for more than a decade in a variety of positions, most of them on Cavuto’s show. (Annie was a friend and colleague with whom I worked for three years at Fox.) She was diagnosed with stage 2B breast cancer at the age of 30 and underwent several years of chemotherapy and radiation as the disease spread to her ovaries, lungs, and brain. Read more

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The Scoreboard: Monday, Dec. 15

25-54 demographic (Live +SD)

  • Total day: FNC: 261 | CNN: 159 | MSNBC: 89 | HLN: 80
  • Primetime: FNC: 367 | CNN: 153 | MSNBC: 144 | HLN: 86

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

184

TheFive:

366

Baier:

354

Greta:

362

O’Reilly:

523

Kelly:

338

Hannity:

240

O’Reilly:

208

Kelly:

147

CNN
Tapper:

139

Blitzer:

185

Blitzer:

180

Burnett:

205

Cooper:

168

Cooper:

106

Tonight:

183

Tonight:

197

CNNI:

169

MSNBC
Wagner:

49

EdShow:

74

Sharpton:

122

Matthews:

164

Hayes:

121

Maddow:

177

O’Donnell:

133

Hayes:

112

Maddow:

90

HLN
NOW:

18

WWYD?:

28

Files:

33

Special:

14

Grace:

84

Dr.Drew:

101

Grow/Files:

74

Files:

237

Files:

265

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The Scoreboard: Wednesday, December 10

25-54 demographic (Live +SD)

  • Total day: FNC: 238 | CNN: 120 | MSNBC: 76 | HLN: 112
  • Primetime: FNC: 361 | CNN: 172 | MSNBC: 117 | HLN: 116

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

139

TheFive:

259

Baier:

256

Greta:

256

O’Reilly:

436

Kelly:

415

Hannity:

230

O’Reilly:

300

Kelly:

257

CNN
Tapper:

100

Blitzer:

133

Blitzer:

182

Burnett:

170

Cooper:

234

Rowe:

197

Tonight:

86

Cooper:

61

Rowe:

43

MSNBC
Wagner:

41

EdShow:

51

Sharpton:

79

Matthews:

144

Hayes:

108

Maddow:

124

O’Donnell:

118

Hayes:

76

Maddow:

88

HLN
Now:

23

WWYD?:

52

Files:

67

Special:

35

Grace:

92

Dr.Drew:

83

Files:

173

Files:

283

Files:

257

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In Profile: Dean, Stelter, Wallace

FOX News Channel senior meteorologist Janice Dean  is featured on the cover of the December 2014/January 2015 issue of Neurology Now. Dean, who is nicknamed both “The Weather Machine” and “Weather Queen” by her FNC colleagues, opens up about her Multiple sclerosis and how Neil Cavuto helped her get through the diagnosis.

When I told Neil that I had MS, he calmed me down and promised I would be okay… When Cavuto decided to go public with his disease, he received the full support of Roger Ailes, president of the FOX News Channel. When Ailes asked Cavuto about the worst case scenario for his MS prognosis, Cavuto said he might someday need a wheelchair. Ailes calmly replied, ‘Then we’ll build a ramp for the set.’

CNN’s Brian Stelter has turned “Reliable Sources” into the smartest Sunday show, according to a new feature on Mediaite. Stelter, who founded TVNewser, discusses booking guests, the blogging generation and catching colleagues off-guard.

Sometimes I’m going to make some of my colleagues uncomfortable. That comes with the territory of reporting on the media. There were times when I had to write about my colleagues at the [New York] Times. I broke the news that Nate Silver was going to ESPN. The Times colleague in me felt really bad, but the media reporter in me felt really good.

“Fox News Sunday” host Chris Wallace celebrates his 50th year in media by speaking with Business Insider. Wallace discusses his career and explains why he doesn’t like to have specific plans.

I think you have to make judgments at each [opportunity] as to whether this is the right way to go or the wrong way to go but to sit there and to say, “Here’s where I want to be at that point” — I think you’re setting yourself up for disappointment or frustration because your timeline and the world’s timeline don’t often mesh.

In Profile: Claman, Greenblatt, Cavuto

Fox Business anchor Liz Claman was featured in Haute Living, where she discussed her journalism style, risk taking and Silicon Valley.

I’m not going to sit in an air-conditioned studio in New York City just because Wall Street is down the street. I am going to get up, get on a plane and walk all over that area.

NBC Chairman Robert Greenblatt sat down with Adweek‘s Jason Lynch to discuss his expectations for “Peter Pan Live!” and how he got “The Sound of Music Live!” approved by his boss.

I report to [NBCUniversal CEO] Steve Burke, who is the most supportive boss I’ve ever had. I think one day I told him, “We’re going to try this big, live, musical event for the holiday,” and he went, “Great.” He did unconditionally support it, but left it to us to figure out how much it was going to cost. At one point, I think I said to him, “I have no idea if this is going to sink or swim. It could be a disaster, and it’s not inexpensive. So we could be looking at a big, financial miss.” And he goes, “That’s OK. Let’s see what we get.”

FOX Business Network’s Neil Cavuto was been featured in Industry Magazine. He discussed market trends, media’s evolution and test audience (his wife).

I usually call my wife after each broadcast and ask her if she got it… if she picked up the points I was trying to make, because if she did, then I know I did my job.

The Scoreboard: Thursday, Nov. 27

25-54 demographic (Live +SD)

  • Total day: FNC: 151 | CNN: 151 | MSNBC: 95 | HLN: 104
  • Primetime: FNC: 112 | CNN: 153 | MSNBC: 126 | HLN: 102

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

86

TheFive:

80

Reporting:

108

Greta:

53

BinLaden:

73

Cont.:

139

Hannity:

124

BinLaden:

147

Cont.:

176

CNN
Nwsroom:

136

Bourdain:

103

Bourdain:

135

Bourdain:

154

Bourdain:

167

Bourdain:

159

Bourdain:

131

Bourdain:

125

Bourdain:

169

MSNBC
Investig.:

79

Investig.:

68

Investig.:

90

Investig.:

82

Investig.:

80

Investig.:

113

Investig.:

185

Investig.:

191

Investig.:

210

HLN
Files:

75

WWYD?:

99

WWYD?:

81

50States:

51

Grace:

74

Grace:

120

Grace:

113

Grace:

118

Grace:

117

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White House Miffed Over Networks Skipping Immigration Address

the_white_house_0Yesterday, insiders told TVNewser that the White House did not request time from the networks for tonight’s primetime speech on immigration. According to Hadas Gold of Politico, the White House is now annoyed that the major broadcast networks will be skipping President Barack Obama‘s plan to deal with millions of illegal immigrants.

Obama’s speech is schedule for 8 pm ET tonight and will be passed over for the Winter Finale of “Grey’s Anatomy” on ABC, a new episode of “The Big Bang Theory” on CBS and “The Biggest Loser: Glory Days” on NBC. None of the networks expressed interested in bumping a hit show for Obama’s primetime address.

Speaking with Politico, a senior administration official said tonight’s speech is bigger than others that have been shown on all three networks: Read more

Megyn Kelly Set to Chat With Facebook Fans

megyn-kellyFox News Channel anchor Megyn Kelly will answer questions on Facebook tonight to celebrate surpassing 1 million likes.

She’ll be taking questions at 10 pm ET, immediately after her show, “The Kelly File,” ends. She last did a Facebook chat with Cosmpolitan’s Joanna Coles on Nov. 3, the day before midterm elections.

Kelly seems to be extremely popular on Facebook, as her show’s page has surpassed 1M fans and her personal page has over a half million likes since it was created in June 2014. ”The Kelly File” page has received over 2.3M Facebook interactions in the last month and has grown 807 percent since Nov. 17 of last year, adding 903K fans.

The Scoreboard: Monday, November 10

25-54 demographic (Live +SD)

  • Total day: FNC: 276 | CNN: 87 | MSNBC: 73 | HLN: 92
  • Primetime: FNC: 378 | CNN: 95 | MSNBC: 127 | HLN: 109

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

240

TheFive:

401

Baier:

406

Greta:

346

O’Reilly:

423

Kelly:

370

Hannity:

341

O’Reilly:

269

Kelly:

249

CNN
Tapper:

69

Blitzer:

78

Blitzer:

125

Burnett:

78

Cooper:

139

Cooper:

53

Tonight:

95

Tonight:

89

CNNI:

54

MSNBC
Wagner:

46

EdShow:

52

Sharpton:

84

Matthews:

143

Hayes:

126

Maddow:

146

O’Donnell:

107

Hayes:

62

Maddow:

65

HLN
Now:

19

WWYD?:

23

Files:

72

Files:

182

Grace:

67

Dr.Drew:

91

Files:

170

Files:

163

Files:

230

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The Scoreboard: Friday, November 7

25-54 demographic (Live +SD)

  • Total day: FNC: 247 | CNN: 88 | MSNBC: 110 | HLN: 95
  • Primetime: FNC: 193 | CNN: 97 | MSNBC: 142 | HLN: 135

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

 

Cavuto:

247

TheFive:

379

Baier:

345

Greta:

238

O’Reilly:

247

Kelly:

202

Hannity:

130

O’Reilly:

128

Kelly:

152

CNN
Tapper:

44

Blitzer:

109

Blitzer:

94

Burnett:

114

Cooper:

122

Ling:

116

Hero/Ungd:

61/44

Bourdain:

79

Bourdain:

122

MSNBC
Wagner:

77

EdShow:

52

Sharpton:

71

Matthews:

88

Hayes:

109

Maddow:

135

Investig.:

183

Investig.:

260

Investig.:

249

HLN
Now:

34

WWYD?:

28

Files:

71

Files:

51

Files:

93

Files:

171

Files:

142

Files:

185

Files:

253

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