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I've been waiting on the new revelations on Chris Christie. MSNBC is going to have to find a new story sooner or later...

"MSNBC is going to have to find a new story sooner or later..."

 

You're giving them too much credit...they are stuck on slow. :)

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"MSNBC is going to have to find a new story sooner or later..."

 

You're giving them too much credit...they are stuck on slow. :)

To the contrary, they are doing just fine. Rachel Maddow owns the 9PM timeslot, and has single handedly brought down two Republican governors. Scott Walker is next, to be followed by a fourth on a later date.

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skews13, on 24 Feb 2014 - 3:35 PM, said:skews13, on 24 Feb 2014 - 3:35 PM, said:skews13, on 24 Feb 2014 - 3:35 PM, said:

To the contrary, they are doing just fine. Rachel Maddow owns the 9PM timeslot, and has single handedly brought down two Republican governors. Scott Walker is next, to be followed by a fourth on a later date.

 

 

Which governors might you be referring to Skewie? Let's see there was Rod Blagovich, no she ignored that corruption.... I'm stumped...lol

 

 

Scott Walker 2016!

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Which governors might you be referring to Skewie? Let's see there was Rod Blagovich, no she ignored that corruption.... I'm stumped...lol

 

 

Scott Walker 2016!

That would be governor ultrasound McDonnell of Va. , and governor bridgegate, Sandy relief funds fraud Christie of NJ. Governor I got fooled by a fake Koch on the phone while being live on air Walker will be the next victim. Victim of his own device that is.

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That would be governor ultrasound McDonnell of Va. , and governor bridgegate, Sandy relief funds fraud Christie of NJ. Governor I got fooled by a fake Koch on the phone while being live on air Walker will be the next victim. Victim of his own device that is.

skew-burst...

 

The rapid fire, large clip, liberal.

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...your 'opinion'?? LOL

The transcripts of her shows are available to all. She spent a whole year going after McDonnell, and was quite successful. Not only was he disgraced, but is now facing federal prison time along with his wife. The collateral damage being the elections last year that brought a Democratic sweep in Va.. Then in just 6 months brought down Christie, with the final result yet to be realized. Either way two prominent front running Republican governors for the Presidency have been wiped out. Scott Walker will be next in Wisconsin as he is already under investigation, and no matter the results he is done as a front running national candidate. As of right now the governors of Pa., and FL. are going to lose their seats to Democrats, and several other Republican governors aren't faring much better against Democratic challengers in their states. I don't deal in opinions, I deal in facts. And the fact is Rachel Maddow, and the MSNBC political team is kicking some serious Republican ass.

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Maddow at 9PM #1 in the Demo Last Week
By Merrill Knox on January 13, 2014 5:04 PM

Maddow.jpgMSNBC’s “The Rachel Maddow Show” has delivered a rare victory over Fox News in the ratings: Maddow’s program won its timeslot in the key A25-54 demographic for the week of January 6.

“The Rachel Maddow Show” averaged 325,000 A25-54 viewers for the week, topping Fox News’ “The Kelly File,” which drew 305,000, and “Piers Morgan Tonight,” which had 159,000. It was MSNBC’s best 9pmET performance since the week of the Boston Marathon bombing (4/15/13).

MSNBC’s coverage of the Chris Christie bridge scandal propelled MSNBC to#1 in the primetime demo on both Thursday and Friday of last week. Maddow won the 9pmET timeslot among younger viewers both nights.

Fox News remained far out front in terms of total viewers: Megyn Kelly‘s program averaged 2,156,000 viewers to Maddow’s 1,034,000. Fox News also remained on top in the primetime demo for the week, averaging 319,000 A25-54 viewers to MSNBC’s 271,000 viewers from 8 to 11pmET.


Fox News remained far out in front

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The transcripts of her shows are available to all. She spent a whole year going after McDonnell, and was quite successful. Not only was he disgraced, but is now facing federal prison time along with his wife. The collateral damage being the elections last year that brought a Democratic sweep in Va.. Then in just 6 months brought down Christie, with the final result yet to be realized. Either way two prominent front running Republican governors for the Presidency have been wiped out. Scott Walker will be next in Wisconsin as he is already under investigation, and no matter the results he is done as a front running national candidate. As of right now the governors of Pa., and FL. are going to lose their seats to Democrats, and several other Republican governors aren't faring much better against Democratic challengers in their states. I don't deal in opinions, I deal in facts. And the fact is Rachel Maddow, and the MSNBC political team is kicking some serious Republican ass.

 

Ahhh... that was for one week?? ...or OVERALL??

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That would be governor ultrasound McDonnell of Va. , and governor bridgegate, Sandy relief funds fraud Christie of NJ. Governor I got fooled by a fake Koch on the phone while being live on air Walker will be the next victim. Victim of his own device that is.

And after that, Gov. Pat McCrory of North Carolina. His voiding of environmental action against Duke Energy and the subsequent coal ash pollution into the water will bring him down also. BTW, Maddow certainly did cover Gov Bloggo, as did every body else on MSNBC. Why are facts so poisonous to you Cons ?

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HO LEE FOOK

 

 

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You need a playbook for all this horsesheit.

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February Cable News Numbers: CNN Tumbles As Fox News Channel Logs 146th Consecutive Win; MSNBC Hangs On

By LISA DE MORAES, TV Columnist | Tuesday February 25, 2014

 

February cable ratings are in – Piers Morgan may be out at CNN, but what about the rest of the network’s primetime, which looked none too good for the month, all losing around half their audience compared to same month last year? CNN‘s Anderson Cooper at 8 PM dropped 47% February to February in overall audience to average 421,000 viewers, and 46% in the news demo to 127,000 viewers for the month, according to Nielsen. In his defense, Cooper’s lead-in, Erin Burnett Outfront, dropped 39% to post an average of 293,000 viewers in February, and slipped 32% in the news demo to 100,000 viewers. Morgan’s getting scrubbed from 9 PM at CNN because, for instance, he logged 347,000 viewers for the month — down 46% – and 100,000 demo viewers — down 38%.

 

Meanwhile, Fox News Channel has now reached 146 consecutive months at No. 1 in total viewers, in both total day and primetime, among cable news networks, and is for February the only cable network up in both total viewers and the demo compared to last February. In all of cable, Fox News ranked third in primetime (8-11 PM) – behind USA Network and History – and fifth for total day. Meanwhile, neither CNN or MSNBC were able to crack the top 20 in either daypart. CNN ranked 39th in prime and 34th in today day; MSNBC 26th in prime and 27th in total day. Every hour of the day, Fox News dominated CNN and MSNBC combined in total viewers. It also beat both networks in the news demo.

 

FNC claimed the Top 13 cable news programs in total viewers, and eight of the Top 10 programs in the news demo. The O’Reilly Factor still leads the pack, and edged up 3% February to February in overall audience (2.937 million) and 2% in the demo (450,000). But The Kelly File jumped 23% in overall audience (2.337 million) and 11% in the demo (354,000).

 

At MSNBC, regularly primetime programs enjoyed some demo uptick in Feburary, but the network’s overall primetime demo performance slipped because it includes other programming that ran during prime slots. Rachel Maddow is still the top player, averaging 996,000 total viewers and 287,000 demo viewers at 9 PM — but in so doing she’s flat and up 7%, respectively. At 7 PM, MSNBC’s Chris Matthews jumped 24% and 17%, to 925,000 overall viewers and 232,000 demo viewers, respectively.

 

The Top 5 programs in cable news for February:

 

Total Viewers: The O’Reilly Factor (2,937,000); The Kelly File (2,337,000); Special Report w/ Bret Baier (2,114,000); The Five (2,107,000); On the Record w/ Greta Van Susteren (1,938,000)

 

Adults 25-54: The O’Reilly Factor (450,000); The Five (358,000); The Kelly File (354,000); Special Report w/ Bret Baier (315,000); On the Record with Greta Van Susteren (299,000)

 

http://www.deadline.com/2014/02/february-cable-news-numbers-fnc-logs-146th-consecutive-win-cnn-tumbles-msnbc-hangs-on/?utm_source=dlvr.it&utm_medium=twitter

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