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(Mediabistro)   For perhaps the first time ever, MSNBC actually beat Fox and CNN in viewership for a night   (mediabistro.com) divider line 6
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2012-09-06 10:18:01 AM  
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At the end of the day it's still shiatty 24 hour news network. People should listen to NPR and watch public television for info, and read the rest on the internets.
2012-09-06 12:14:17 PM  
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wotthefark: What are the numbers for online viewing??? It must be pretty easy to poll. Why not include them???

I bet more people watched it on CSPAN online than any other- No boring commentary, no ads, no cutaways. The BBC had some interesting numbers from online viewing of the Olympics why can't the networks in Am'urica do the same???


I think they'd rather pretend the internet is not killing their business model.
2012-09-06 12:08:54 PM  
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gilgigamesh:
It is only September. Romney has lots and lots of money; way more than the dems. If Obama supporters start kicking back with an "its in the bag" mentality at this point, they are likely going to wake up the day after the election to President Romney.


Confidence begets confidence, and people want to go out and vote for a winner.

Things are looking pretty bad for Romney right now: http://2012.talkingpointsmemo.com/2012/09/romney-gop-michigan-pennsylv ania-pull-out.php?ref=fpa

He has given up on Pennsylvania and Michigan, he will literally have to win every other swing state to win the election (well maybe there is a scenario where he could lose one of them and still win). Ohio is looking bad for him too, games almost over folks unless they can do some serious turning around.
2012-09-06 11:57:47 AM  
1 votes:
Do you think Fox viewers are interested in viewing/listening to anything that isn't a right-wing opinion piece? That audience wouldn't know what to do with themselves without someone telling them how they should feel about what is being said. Much less even understand most of what is being said...
2012-09-06 11:32:53 AM  
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Lionel Mandrake: MeinRS6: dletter: a race that is essentially as "in the bag" as something like the 1984 or 1996 elections felt is not what those networks want for the month leading into the election.

"In the bag" for who?

That's funny


I hate to admit it, but he's right.

I know its a media driven narrative that this is a close race, but the reality is that this race comes down not only to a few states, but a few regions within those few states.

It is only September. Romney has lots and lots of money; way more than the dems. If Obama supporters start kicking back with an "its in the bag" mentality at this point, they are likely going to wake up the day after the election to President Romney.
2012-09-06 08:19:45 AM  
1 votes:
Perhaps people are tired of Fox's crap, for once.
 
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