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Posts Tagged ‘Wolf Blitzer’

The Scoreboard: Wednesday, Nov. 26

25-54 demographic (Live +SD)

  • Total day: FNC: 337 | CNN: 266 | MSNBC: 108 | HLN: 107
  • Primetime: FNC: 433 | CNN: 302 | MSNBC: 132 | HLN: 102

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

251

TheFive:

431

Baier:

441

Greta:

425

O’Reilly:

446

Kelly:

397

Hannity:

456

O’Reilly:

376

Kelly:

345

CNN
Tapper:

282

Blitzer:

285

Blitzer:

338

Burnett:

334

Cooper:

371

Cooper/Tnt:

281/215

Tonight:

287

Black:

262

CNNI:

 

MSNBC
Wagner:

29

EdShow:

64

Sharpton:

143

Matthews:

140

Hayes:

123

Maddow:

130

O’Donnell:

134

Hayes:

156

Maddow:

217

HLN
Now:

35

WWYD?:

53

Files:

56

Files:

92

Grace:

151

Dr.Drew:

88

Growing:

43

Files:

177

Files:

255

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The Scoreboard: Monday, Nov. 24

25-54 demographic (Live +SD)

  • Total day: FNC: 642 | CNN: 940 | MSNBC: 204 | HLN: 125
  • Primetime: FNC: 1.653 | CNN: 2.627 | MSNBC: 544 | HLN: 274

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

224

TheFive:

473

Baier:

583

Greta:

580

O’Reilly:

817

Kelly:

2.186

Kelly/Hannity:

2.319/1.787

NewsDeck:

1.589

Kelly:

 1.266

CNN
Tapper:

386

Blitzer:

580

Blitzer:

762

Burnett:

899

Cooper:

1.205

Cooper:

3.155

Cooper/Tonight:

3.316/3.558

Tonight:

3.121

Tonight:

2.064

MSNBC
Wagner:

101

EdShow:

131

Sharpton:

191

Matthews:

193

Hayes:

236

Maddow:

742

O’Donnell:

654

Hayes:

385

Maddow:

326

HLN
Now:

40

WWYD?:

30

Files:

73

Grace:

138

Grace:

209

Grace/Drew:

299/367

Dr. Drew:

264

Files:

143

Files:

111

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The Scoreboard: Friday, Nov. 21

25-54 demographic (Live +SD)

  • Total day: FNC: 270 | CNN: 166 | MSNBC: 109 | HLN: 119
  • Primetime: FNC: 382 | CNN: 185 | MSNBC: 150 | HLN: 218

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

 

Cavuto:

191

TheFive:

315

Baier:

332

Greta:

255

O’Reilly:

403

Kelly:

391

Hannity:

350

O’Reilly:

312

Kelly:

249

CNN
Tapper:

177

Blitzer:

175

Blitzer:

289

Burnett:

282

Cooper:

227

Ling:

191

Spot/Ungrd:

158/116

Bourdain:

132

Bourdain:

153

MSNBC
Wagner:

47

EdShow:

49

Sharpton:

107

Matthews:

113

Hayes:

149

Maddow:

147

Investig.:

149

Investig.:

228

Investig.:

255

HLN
Now:

21

WWYD?:

24

Files:

75

Files:

118

Files:

159

Files:

229

Files:

267

Files:

293

Files:

268

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Tom Brokaw Receives Medal of Freedom

BrokawMedalofFreedomCNN and MSNBC promoted they would be covering the Presidential Medal of Freedom ceremony from the White House this afternoon, but coverage from the grand jury Missouri changed those plans. “You’re going to want to see this Presidential Medal of Freedom ceremony,” Wolf Blitzer, who was to anchor CNN coverage, teased around 1:20pmET. Even MSNBC, which had one of its own inducted — NBC Newsman Tom Brokaw — passed on taking the ceremony on the cable channel. FNC’s Gretchen Carlson dipped into coverage and mentioned it was livestreaming on FoxNews.com. Here’s how Pres. Obama introduced Brokaw at the ceremony:

At pivotal moments, Tom got it. He reported on Watergate, snuck a camera into Tiananmen Square, sat down for the first one-on-one with Mikhail Gorbachev by an American TV reporter, covered every presidential election since 1968. We have welcomed him into our homes at dinnertime and Sunday mornings. We’ve trusted him to tell us what we needed to know and to ask questions that needed to be asked. I know because I have been on the receiving end of some of those questions.

Other honorees including Ethel Kennedy, Marlo Thomas, Meryl Streep, Stephen Sondheim and the late Alvin Ailey.

The Scoreboard: Thursday, Nov. 20

25-54 demographic (Live +SD)

  • Total day: FNC: 330 | CNN: 170 | MSNBC: 108 | HLN: 87
  • Primetime: FNC: 693 | CNN: 358 | MSNBC: 250 | HLN: 119

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

223

TheFive:

355

Baier:

359

Greta:

330

O’Reilly:

885

Kelly:

708

Hannity:

485

O’Reilly:

270

Kelly:

256

CNN
Tapper:

158

Blitzer:

189

Blitzer:

183

Burnett:

260

Cooper:

578

Films:

251

Films:

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Cooper:

143

CNNI:

108

MSNBC
Wagner:

49

EdShow:

62

Sharpton:

100

HB/Special:

134/208

President:

322

Maddow:

274

O’Donnell:

179

Special:

142

Maddow:

79

HLN
Now:

31

WWYD?:

58

Files:

48

Files:

55

Grace:

93

Dr.Drew:

95

Files:

168

Files:

178

Files:

224

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White House Adviser Says ‘It’s 2014′; White House Doesn’t Need Broadcast Networks

White House Senior Adviser Dan Pfeiffer laughed as CNN’s Wolf Blitzer asked him about the “snub” from the broadcast networks, who chose not to air President Obama’s address on immigration. Pfeiffer’s response was blunt: “this is 2014. We’re in a digital age.” In short, Pfeiffer was saying, having the networks break in to sweeps programming was just not essential to getting out the message:

It’s important to understand, this is 2014, you have to take a different approach to communications. We picked the time and place of this address knowing it was unlikely the networks would break away from the dramas and comedies they were showing in sweeps week, because this is the time when people would be most likely to be watching it on their smartphones, laptops and tablets.

Pfeiffer said a White House teaser video released on Facebook was watched by more than three million people ahead of the prime time speech.

The Scoreboard: Wednesday, Nov. 19

25-54 demographic (Live +SD)

  • Total day: FNC: 279 | CNN: 112 | MSNBC: 79 | HLN: 95
  • Primetime: FNC: 443 | CNN: 137 | MSNBC: 138 | HLN: 118

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

213

TheFive:

275

Baier:

370

Greta:

484

O’Reilly:

591

Kelly:

442

Hannity:

294

O’Reilly:

241

Kelly:

296

CNN
Tapper:

134

Blitzer:

110

Blitzer:

107

Burnett:

140

Cooper:

168

Rowe:

143

Tonight:

100

Cooper:

109

Rowe:

80

MSNBC
Wagner:

58

EdShow:

72

Sharpton:

91

Matthews:

107

Hayes:

122

Maddow:

155

O’Donnell:

137

Hayes:

99

Maddow:

79

HLN
Now:

26

WWYD?:

21

Files:

45

Files:

86

Grace:

141

Dr.Drew:

94

Files:

119

Files:

164

Files:

211

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The Scoreboard: Monday, Nov. 17

25-54 demographic (Live +SD)

  • Total day: FNC: 290 | CNN: 128 | MSNBC: 84 | HLN: 80
  • Primetime: FNC: 357 | CNN: 115 | MSNBC: 100 | HLN: 76

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

268

TheFive:

356

Baier:

374

Greta:

371

O’Reilly:

509

Kelly:

345

Hannity:

214

O’Reilly:

230

Kelly:

 197

CNN
Tapper:

133

Blitzer:

137

Blitzer:

177

Burnett:

200

Cooper:

137

Cooper:

96

Tonight:

111

Tonight:

157

CNNI:

94

MSNBC
Wagner:

36

EdShow:

57

Sharpton:

61

Matthews:

95

Hayes:

95

Maddow:

123

O’Donnell:

81

Hayes:

45

Maddow:

26

HLN
Now:

25

WWYD?:

29

Files:

85

Files:

88

Grace:

95

Dr.Drew:

57

Growing/Files:

53/97

Files:

191

Files:

260

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The Fox Ticker: Ratings, Greta, Gruber,

  • Greta Van Susteren traveled to Midland, Texas today to interview President George W. Bush at his childhood home. The interviews airs tonight “On the Record” at 7pmET.

  • Sean Hannity sent a camera crew to MIT to talk with Jonathan Gruber, whose comments about Obamacare have made up much of Fox News’s coverage over the last week. Here’s some of what they got on campus, more tonight on “Hannity.”


The Morning Ticker: Fareed, Wolf, Onion, Amol

  • Politico reports the media watchdog group Our Bad Media isn’t done looking into the accounts of plagiarism against Fareed Zakaria. “Without serious, serious pressure from other journalists, we doubt that CNN will take any action.”

  • The DailyCaller reports there’s a situation brewing at CNN’s “The Situation Room.” Several staffers of the Wolf Blitzer show have departed (not laid off) since a new EP was named last year.

  • Bloomberg reports The Onion may be for sale, seriously. Onion Inc. has hired investment bank GCA Saccianer for a possible sale. Two students from the University of Wisconsin launched the satirical newspaper in 1988.

  • Romenesko reports Amol Sharma has been promoted to Media and Marketing bureau chief at the Wall Street Journal. “In a player-coach role, he has helped edit the group’s coverage of TV, advertising and publishing while covering big media companies.”

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