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Offline Olivia

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Ratings: Obama Interview Fails to Boost CNN's 'New Day'
« on: August 26, 2013, 02:53:36 PM »
An interview with President Obama on Friday failed to lift the ratings of CNN's new morning news program, according to preliminary numbers.

Friday's "New Day," which featured the interview with the nation's chief executive, received no ratings bump -- and in fact posted numbers below the show's average since it launched in June.
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The episode featuring the Obama interview averaged 280,000 total viewers, with 91,000 of them in the key 25-54 news demographic. That's compared to the show's averages to date of 332,000 total viewers and 122,000 viewers 25-54.

That put "New Day" in third place in total viewers, behind Fox News Channel's "Fox & Friends," which drew 1.107 million total viewers, and MSNBC's "Morning Joe," which averaged 312,000 total viewers.

http://tv.yahoo.com/news/ratings-obama-interview-fails-boost-cnns-day-172904185.html

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Offline jmyrlefuller

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Re: Ratings: Obama Interview Fails to Boost CNN's 'New Day'
« Reply #1 on: August 26, 2013, 03:22:44 PM »
Will the last one out the door at CNN, please turn off the satellite link? Thank you.

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Re: Ratings: Obama Interview Fails to Boost CNN's 'New Day'
« Reply #2 on: August 26, 2013, 05:47:29 PM »
Will the last one out the door at CNN, please turn off the satellite link? Thank you.

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