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Posts Tagged ‘Neil Cavuto’

The Scoreboard: Tuesday, October 21

25-54 demographic (Live +SD)

  • Total day: FNC: 239 | CNN: 112 | MSNBC: 69 | HLN: 81
  • Primetime: FNC: 291 | CNN: 123 | MSNBC: 100 | HLN: 79

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

149

TheFive:

294

Baier:

339

Greta:

314

O’Reilly:

359

Kelly:

244

Hannity:

267

O’Reilly:

213

Kelly:

191

CNN
Tapper:

120

Blitzer:

116

Blitzer:

129

Choice:

123

Cooper:

111

Roots:

130

Cont.:

Tonight:

135

CNNI:

111

MSNBC
Wagner:

51

EdShow:

62

Sharpton:

95

Matthews:

87

Hayes:

94

Maddow:

106

O’Donnell:

98

Hayes:

48

Maddow:

49

HLN
Now:

21

WWYD?:

29

WWYD?:

39

Grace:

67

Grace:

92

Dr.Drew:

60

Files:

85

Files:

135

Files:

207

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The Scoreboard: Friday, October 17

25-54 demographic (Live +SD)

  • Total day: FNC: 256 | CNN: 179 | MSNBC: 73 | HLN: 87
  • Primetime: FNC: 332 | CNN:179 | MSNBC: 116 | HLN: 87

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

222

TheFive:

239

Baier:

279

Greta:

251

O’Reilly:

430

Kelly:

334

American:

232

O’Reilly:

222

Kelly:

197

CNN
Tapper:

210

Blitzer:

217

Blitzer:

257

Burnett:

255

Cooper:

211

Ling:

185

Tnt/Unguard:

139/138

Bourdain:

161

Bourdain:

118

MSNBC
Wagner:

43

EdShow:

41

Sharpton:

59

Matthews:

106

Hayes:

87

Maddow:

122

Investig.:

140

Investig.:

143

Investig.:

138

HLN
Now:

28

WWYD?:

27

WWYD?:

77

Files:

70

Files:

95

Files:

130

Files:

124

Files:

211

Files:

206

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The Scoreboard: Wednesday, October 8

25-54 demographic (Live +SD)

  • Total day: FNC: 305 | CNN: 180 | MSNBC: 78 | HLN: 99
  • Primetime: FNC: 475 | CNN: 355 | MSNBC: 132 | HLN: 75

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

159

TheFive:

265

Baier:

376

Greta:

364

O’Reilly:

556

Kelly:

544

Hannity:

322

O’Reilly:

343

Kelly:

383

CNN
Tapper:

184

Blitzer:

220

Blitzer:

252

Burnett:

211

Cooper:

282

Rowe:

507

Tonight:

277

Cooper:

145

Rowe:

138

MSNBC
Wagner:

56

EdShow:

85

Sharpton:

135

Matthews:

127

Hayes:

104

Maddow:

143

O’Donnell:

148

Hayes:

66

Maddow:

50

HLN
Now:

69

Files:

35

Files:

78

Jane:

93

Grace:

69

Dr.Drew:

61

Files:

94

Files:

123

Files:

250

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Behind the TV Scenes: Gary Schreier

Gary Schreier

This summer, we’re putting a spotlight on the industry’s top producers; getting the inside story about their shows, how they got to where they are, and advice they have for future TV journalists.

For more than two decades, Gary Schreier has covered some of the biggest news and business stories in America and around the world. “I think it’s been an extraordinary 15 to 20 years,” says Schreier, who started at CNBC, followed by 16  years at Fox News and Fox Business. Now, back at CNBC as EP of “Closing Bell,” Schreier reflects on a wide-ranging career.

TVNewser: You’ve produced for general news and business news. How have you approached producing for the different types?

Schreier: Production is never just production. You always want to think about it hard and how to make the story bigger on television than it would be if you were reading it in print — digitally, online, or a newspaper — or on radio certainly. I think sometimes the difference between general news and business news is general news can lend itself where the production isn’t as important; the story itself can be so compelling, and the pictures so compelling that it just presents itself. Where as business news, say even during a financial crisis, you need to think harder on how to represent things. Business news can tend to be a lot of numbers, a lot of statistics, and you need to break those down and present them in a form that’s much more acceptable to the people. So, it’s a little more challenging, but I find it fun too. It makes you think harder, it makes you work a little harder, and if you can distill something that’s hard to understand with a lot of numbers and stats and bring it down to a level where people kind of crystallize it and get it and helps them make a good, informed decision for their life, and for their money, and for their finances, it’s kind of rewarding.
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Rupert Murdoch Won’t Go After Time Warner ‘In A Hostile Way’

Rupert Murdoch was a guest during FBN’s special coverage of the vote in Scotland this morning.

The Chairman of News Corp. and 21st Century Fox phoned in to Neil Cavuto where he was asked about today’s independence vote in Scotland, the 2016 U.S. elections, the global terror threat on the markets and his withdrawn offer for Time Warner.

Murdoch said he hasn’t had any discussions since withdrawing the Time Warner bid in early August, and won’t go after a deal “in a hostile way.”


The Ticker: Scots Vote, Tall Shoes, New Film

  • FBN will pre-empt “Imus in the Morning” tomorrow for “Special Report: Scotland’s Vote for Independence” anchored by Neil Cavuto. Coverage begins at 5amET with Cavuto and  FBN’s Ashley Webster live from Edinburgh, Scotland.

  • On Jimmy Kimmel last night, David Muir talked about the “tall shoes” he’s filling on ABC’s “World News Tonight,” and about why he plans to take the show on the road more often.

The Scoreboard: Monday, Sept. 15

25-54 demographic (Live +SD)

  • Total day: FNC: 259 | MSNBC: 76 | CNN: 107 | HLN: 80
  • Primetime: FNC: 402 | MSNBC: 109 | CNN: 127 | HLN: 60

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

249

TheFive:

341

Baier:

311

Greta:

296

O’Reilly:

504

Kelly:

437

Hannity:

266

O’Reilly:

226

Kelly:

183

MSNBC
Wagner:

43

EdShow:

66

Sharpton:

88

Matthews:

127

Hayes:

100

Maddow:

127

O’Donnell:

97

Hayes:

86

Maddow:

112

CNN
Tapper:

112

Blitzer:

120

Blitzer:

176

Burnett:

155

Cooper:

148

Cooper:

141

Tonight:

93

Cooper:

89

CNNI:

67

HLN
Now:

30

Files:

21

Files:

51

Jane:

44

Grace:

60

Dr.Drew:

47

Files:

72

Files:

154

Files:

193

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Network Coverage Plans for President Obama’s ISIS Address

ObamaCNNIsisBroadcast and cable news networks will provide special coverage tomorrow night at 9pmET for President Obama’s speech on American action against ISIS.

Here is what the networks are planning:

  • CBS’ Bob Schieffer will anchor for the network with “CBS Evening News” anchor Scott Pelley reporting from Iraq, where it will be 4am. The CBS Sports special “Under the Lights” will be delayed.
  • Brian Williams anchors for NBC with Chuck Todd reporting from the DC Bureau, delaying “America’s Got Talent” in the eastern and central time zones.
  • ABC’s chief anchor George Stephanopoulos hosts, along with Jonathan Karl at the White House.
  • Shepard Smith will anchor a special report on FOX, interrupting the season premiere of “Hell’s Kitchen.”
  • On Fox News,  Megyn Kelly will anchor with Bret Baier appearing. “The O’Reilly Factor” will air at 8pmET and “Hannity” at 10pmET will be live, with a special live edition of “Special Report” airing at 11pmET.
  • On CNN, Anderson Cooper and Wolf Blitzer will anchor.
  • John Seigenthaler will anchor a preview of the speech at 8:30pmET for Al Jazeera America as well as coverage of the actual speech. White House Correspondent Mike Viqueira will contribute from the White House.
  • Neil Cavuto will anchor  for Fox Business Network, followed by live editions of “Lou Dobbs Tonight” at 10pmET and “The Independents” at 11pmET.
  •  MSNBC will air a two-hour primetime special hosted by Rachel Maddow from 8pm-10pmET. Chris Matthews, Chris Hayes, Andrea Mitchell and Reverend Al Sharpton will join Maddow. “The Last Word with Lawrence O’Donnell” will air at 10pmET followed by a live “All In with Chris Hayes” at 11pmET.
  • Bloomberg Politics’s Mark Halperin and John Heilemann will anchor Bloomberg TV’s special primetime coverage of the President’s speech starting at 9PM ET from Washington, DC. Bloomberg’s Al Hunt will contribute reporting and analysis.
  • CNBC will carry the address with hosts as yet unannounced

The Weekend Ticker: Sunday Ratings, Fault Lines, Cyber Wargames

  • “CBS Sunday Morning with Charles Osgood” averaged 5.3 million viewers last Sunday, up +16% from the same day last year, besting the weekday morning shows. Season-to-date, “Sunday Morning” is up +6% in viewers vs. last year, averaging 5.81 million.

  • Tonight at 7pmET, Al Jazeera America’s Fault Lines program presents “Ferguson: City Under Siege.” Investigative journalist Sebastian Walker travels to the St. Louis suburb to witness the protests and police reaction, and asks wider question: Why Michael Brown was shot?

  • Neil Cavuto hosts the FBN special report “Cyber Wargame,” Monday at 8pmET. The one-hour special gives a behind-the-scenes look at the U.S. cyber defense training program featuring interviews with top cyber professionals from the NSA and the Department of Defense.

The Scoreboard: Thursday, August 14

25-54 demographic (Live +SD)

  • Total day: FNC: 268 | MSNBC: 126 | CNN: 166 | HLN: 88
  • Primetime: FNC: 367 | MSNBC: 204 | CNN: 240 | HLN: 118

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

196

TheFive:

273

Baier:

239

Greta:

299

O’Reilly:

440

Kelly:

329

Hannity:

327

O’Reilly:

295

O’Reilly:

304

MSNBC
Wagner:

116

EdShow:

112

Sharpton:

180

Matthews:

189

Hayes:

167

Maddow:

201

O’Donnell:

230

Hayes:

186

Maddow:

180

CNN
Tapper:

154

Blitzer:

162

Blitzer:

295

Burnett:

221

Cooper:

264

Sixties:

247

Tonight:

210

Tonight:

180

Sixties:

124

HLN
Now:

44

Files:

33

Files:

25

Jane:

91

Grace:

139

Dr.Drew:

120

Files:

95

Files:

111

Files:

186

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