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(Deadline)   According to the latest ratings, people would rather watch Anderson Cooper than Bill O'Reilly   ( deadline.com) divider line
    More: Obvious, Bill O'Reilly, Anderson Cooper 360, The O'Reilly Factor  
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1379 clicks; posted to Entertainment » on 14 Mar 2014 at 9:56 AM (4 years ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook   more»

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2014-03-14 01:21:52 PM  
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vonster: Now you done it - went and busted their bubble.

I hate to bring facts into a Fark thread, but every now and then you have to do it.
2014-03-14 12:32:52 PM  
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wxboy: Not that I'm trying to defend Bill O'Reilly, but I'm not really surprised that during "breaking news" (if you can call MH370 breaking news anymore..) a pre-taped show that's invariably about politics doesn't get as many viewers as live coverage of an intriguing news story.

Just for giggles I broke Fark tradition and actually RTFA.  Apparently AC has edged BOR about 3 times in the last year, all around breaking news items.  Beyond that even those "wins" were demographic wins not total viewership wins.

The headline is equivalent to saying the Bills were better than the Broncos last season based solely on the fact that the Bills won week 7 and the Broncos lost.
2014-03-14 11:16:48 AM  
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Cooper's actual viewer numbers are nowhere near Billo in real numbers. Not as long these people keep the fear alive...

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"Martha, that Obama's tryin' to kill us again. I'm gonna forward some more emails to th' grankids...":
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