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MSNBC’s Rachel Maddow has beaten Fox News’ Sean Hannity for an entire week for the first time ever.
The addition of Britney Spears and Demi Lovato was not enough for The X-Factor to win its time slot.
President Obama’s speech promoting the American Jobs Act was one of the most watched of his presidency.
Here are the 2010-2011 Nielsen TV ratings for every show, in order: RANK SHOW NET RATE 1 AMERICAN IDOL — WED FOX 8.8 2 SUNDAY NIGHT FOOTBALL NBC 8.0 3 AMERICAN IDOL — THU FOX 7.7 4 NFL SUNDAY PRE-KICK NBC 5.6 THE VOICE NBC 5.6 6 DANCING WITH THE STARS ABC 4.8 MODERN FAMILY [...]
“CNN, MSNBC, and Fox News all lost viewers last year for the first time in at least 12 years, a study finds. A Pew journalism group found a combined 13.7% drop in viewership, the largest decline of any news sector, and all three networks fell for the first time since the group began keeping track.” [...]
111 million people watched Super Bowl XLV, making it the most watched TV show of all time. That was more than the 4.5 million who watched the Super Bowl in 2010. READ MORE
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