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NBC won Sunday night among the major networks with its weekly prime-time NFL game, while the finale of "The Amazing Race" slowed among young-adult viewers, according to early numbers from Nielsen. "Sunday Night Football," the face-off between the
You are not going to hear many harsh words from me about the Fox telecast, led by Myers and analyst Tim Ryan Sunday. For starters, unlike CBS, Fox gave us a sideline reporter, Jennifer Hale...When Vikings running back Adrian Peterson went down with a
After a weak debut in its new time slot a few weeks ago, Fox's long-running procedural drama rose in the ratings for the second time last night. On Nov. 15, Bones premiered to a mere 1.2 adults 18-49 rating, then perked up to a 1.5 the following week.
It was going to take help for the Chargers to avoid a blackout this weekend...As hinted Thursday when the NFL granted the team a 24-hour extension to lift the blackout, Sunday's game against the Giants will be televised in Southern California. About
Fancy footwork ruled in the ratings last week, both on the gridiron and on the dance floor. The Nielsen company says NBC's Thanksgiving Day NFL clash between Pittsburgh and Baltimore seized the top spot in prime time, drawing 21 million viewers.
NBC's singing competition "The Voice" is whittling down the contestants and making up some ground in the ratings. Tuesday night's live elimination episode drew 11.9 million viewers and a rating of 3.3 in the key 18-49 age group, up 10% from last week,
According to Nielsen, the high water viewing mark was between 5:15-5:30 p.m. with an 81 share. The season's previous local high audience share was a 75.2 the Broncos-Chiefs prime time NBC game aired on Nov. 17.
Sunday night's NFL match-up between the New York Giants and the Washington Redskins didn't draw nearly as many viewers as last week's big Patriots-Broncos game , but it still won the night for NBC in the key 18-49 demographic, according to early
Ariel Zambelich for The New York Times Stanford targeted field hockey for improvements. These are the sounds of progress, a clamor best explained by one word: television. Moos is Washington State's athletic director, and in recent years he installed
All the rich blue colors came from ribbon irises and scissored statice, accented with white mums, red carnations and 1,500 bird of paradise stems to boot. Really, it felt as if I was a little kid back in New York, and my father had the 20 cents on a