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Old 01-10-2018, 11:36 AM  
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Golden Globes Ratings Fall: America Tunes Out NBC/Harveywood/Oprah Combo

Props to Hammerhead for inspiration on putting this thread up—because it is Breitbart reporting.
It mustn't be or can't be true, right?

With only 19 million viewers and a 5.0 rating in the 18-49 age demo, the 75th Golden Globes ceremony not only shed a million viewers over last year, but in the all-important age demo (for advertising rates), viewership fell by double digits (11%), to a six-year low.

This is a huge and unexpected disappointment — not just for Harveywood, but for NBC, the left-wing network that broadcast the awards. The hype around the event was enormous. This is the first major awards show since Hollywood was engulfed by the Harvey Weinstein scandal. Moreover, the host was incessant Trump-basher Seth Meyers, who kept his promise to trash the president, who we are told is wildly unpopular.

Nevertheless, Harveywood’s big night appealed only to about six percent of the overall American population, and for good reason: the combination of Harveywood and NBC is (and should be) toxic in this country....

To begin with, as Glenn Reynolds so aptly put it:
Remember, they’re not making a big deal because they found out what was going on in Hollywood. They always knew. They’re making a big deal because you found out what was going on in Hollywood.” [emphasis added]
Although the elitist media continues to cover up the truth, thanks to New Media, America knows just how phony this #MeToo crowd is. Videos of Queen Meryl standing and applauding for child rapist Roman Polanksi will live on forever; so too will the reminder that almost all of left-wing Hollywood joined the #FreePolanski campaign just a few years ago and have been flocking overseas to work with the child-raping fugitive for decades....

Both Hollywood and NBC have time and again proven that they are nothing less than havens of left-wing sexual abusers, homophobes, enablers, and victims; two institutions incapable of appealing to even 10 percent of the country.

Their influence is as dead as their moral authority.



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Old 01-10-2018, 02:19 PM   #16
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Props to Hammerhead for inspiration on putting this thread up—because it is Breitbart reporting.
It mustn't be or can't be true, right?

With only 19 million viewers and a 5.0 rating in the 18-49 age demo, the 75th Golden Globes ceremony not only shed a million viewers over last year, but in the all-important age demo (for advertising rates), viewership fell by double digits (11%), to a six-year low.

This is a huge and unexpected disappointment — not just for Harveywood, but for NBC, the left-wing network that broadcast the awards. The hype around the event was enormous. This is the first major awards show since Hollywood was engulfed by the Harvey Weinstein scandal. Moreover, the host was incessant Trump-basher Seth Meyers, who kept his promise to trash the president, who we are told is wildly unpopular.

Nevertheless, Harveywood’s big night appealed only to about six percent of the overall American population, and for good reason: the combination of Harveywood and NBC is (and should be) toxic in this country....

To begin with, as Glenn Reynolds so aptly put it:
Remember, they’re not making a big deal because they found out what was going on in Hollywood. They always knew. They’re making a big deal because you found out what was going on in Hollywood.” [emphasis added]
Although the elitist media continues to cover up the truth, thanks to New Media, America knows just how phony this #MeToo crowd is. Videos of Queen Meryl standing and applauding for child rapist Roman Polanksi will live on forever; so too will the reminder that almost all of left-wing Hollywood joined the #FreePolanski campaign just a few years ago and have been flocking overseas to work with the child-raping fugitive for decades....

Both Hollywood and NBC have time and again proven that they are nothing less than havens of left-wing sexual abusers, homophobes, enablers, and victims; two institutions incapable of appealing to even 10 percent of the country.

Their influence is as dead as their moral authority.



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Old 01-10-2018, 02:25 PM   #17
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Old 01-10-2018, 02:29 PM   #18
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I get where you're coming from; I've never paid enough attention to notice. They're actors, not doctors. They only have as much effect as you choose to give them. So they have flashier office parties more often. Good for them.
It's lookin' like more folks are doing this. I used to like watching the Academy Awards especially the fashion parts, but especially when the emcee was Billy Crystal. I never watched GG or the People's Choice Awards tho.'
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Old 01-10-2018, 02:41 PM   #19
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I knew you'd be one of the first in here, making these claims. Back it up.
Are you ****ing kidding me?

I've "linked" dozens of times this year already.
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Old 01-10-2018, 02:49 PM   #20
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I watched some of it, but I got tired of all of the political and sexual harassment references, and I eventually changed the channel.
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Old 01-10-2018, 02:51 PM   #21
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The Golden Globes broadcast may have been down 5% from the previous year but its 19 million viewers would top any scripted TV Broadcast Network TV last Fall, in which the NFL had 37 of the top 50 most viewed airings.
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Old 01-10-2018, 02:53 PM   #22
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Brietbart takes a fact - that ratings dropped - and spun it into a something, something lefty bad, blah, blah, blah...

But thanks for copying from the story here so I won't have to give them the ad revenue from another click.
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Old 01-10-2018, 03:02 PM   #23
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It's lookin' like more folks are doing this. I used to like watching the Academy Awards especially the fashion parts, but especially when the emcee was Billy Crystal. I never watched GG or the People's Choice Awards tho.'
Nothing wrong with watching a show if it entertains you. I like seeing the pics of the starlets on the red carpet.
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Old 01-10-2018, 03:13 PM   #24
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Basketball is up
This is an apples to oranges comparison.

The overwhelming majority of NBA games are broadcast on Cable Television, not Broadcast Network television like the NFL.

Also, NBA games average 1.8 million viewers a game whereas the NFL averages about 15 million viewers per game.

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NFL is way down, and politics are a part of why
It's not "way down" and once again, streaming numbers aren't reported.

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None of which is to say that the NFL didn't take another ratings hit, although it is perhaps worth noting that the league's 9% decline in its overall deliveries matches the 9% season-to-date drop in broadcast prime.

Through Week 13 of the 2017–18 TV season, the Big Four nets [ABC, CBS, NBC, Fox] were collectively averaging a meager 6.3 million total viewers per night, which marks a shortfall of around 650,000 viewers when compared to the year-ago period.

Meanwhile, the national games that kick off at 4:20 p.m. ET on CBS and Fox scared up three-and-a-half times the number of viewers who tuned into the broadcast nets between 8 p.m. and 11 p.m
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**** these people. Go make movies and stop with the moral arbitration.
It's a job. They vote, pay taxes, etc. just like you and me.

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Old 01-10-2018, 03:44 PM   #27
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This is an apples to oranges comparison.

The overwhelming majority of NBA games are broadcast on Cable Television, not Broadcast Network television like the NFL.

Also, NBA games average 1.8 million viewers a game whereas the NFL averages about 15 million viewers per game.



It's not "way down" and once again, streaming numbers aren't reported.

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None of which is to say that the NFL didn't take another ratings hit, although it is perhaps worth noting that the league's 9% decline in its overall deliveries matches the 9% season-to-date drop in broadcast prime.

Through Week 13 of the 2017–18 TV season, the Big Four nets [ABC, CBS, NBC, Fox] were collectively averaging a meager 6.3 million total viewers per night, which marks a shortfall of around 650,000 viewers when compared to the year-ago period.

Meanwhile, the national games that kick off at 4:20 p.m. ET on CBS and Fox scared up three-and-a-half times the number of viewers who tuned into the broadcast nets between 8 p.m. and 11 p.m
NBA is up.
NFL is down.

NFL is way down, partly because of the politics.


That's just the simple truth of the situation. Your spin isn't going to change any of it.
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Old 01-10-2018, 03:48 PM   #28
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NFL is way down, partly because of the politics.

That's just the simple truth of the situation. Your spin isn't going to change any of it.
The facts don't line up to your theory.

If ALL of Broadcast Network TV is down 9% and the NFL is down 9%, that says absolutely nothing about politics and everything about the way people are viewing in this decade.

The NFL is still the ratings king of television. No single program can match the NFL's highest rated shows, especially when 37 out of 50 of the top broadcasts last Fall were NFL games.

The Big Bang Theory, Broadcast TV's highest rated program, didn't even pull in as many viewers in a single broadcast as the Golden Globes.

Your spin is false.
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NBA is up.
The NBA viewership is "up" because of their new ESPN package.

Viewership would be even higher is sports teams didn't sign deals, like the Laker and Knicks, with cable providers that exclusively broadcast their games.

I haven't seen a regular season Lakers game on a local Los Angeles station in years due to their deal with Time Warner Cable (now Spectrum). If I want to watch the Lakers, I have to be a Spectrum subscriber (and I'm not switching from Direct TV until Sunday Ticket is available across platforms).

That deal lasts until 2031.
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The facts don't line up to your theory.

If ALL of Broadcast Network TV is down 9% and the NFL is down 9%, that says absolutely nothing about politics and everything about the way people are viewing in this decade.

The NFL is still the ratings king of television. No single program can match the NFL's highest rated shows, especially when 37 out of 50 of the top broadcasts last Fall were NFL games.

The Big Bang Theory, Broadcast TV's highest rated program, didn't even pull in as many viewers in a single broadcast as the Golden Globes.

Your spin is false.

Sorry, but the facts do line up with my theory. You're trying to play games by referring solely to "broadcast network tv" at the end of your earlier post. That gives you cover for the earlier portion, where you said

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NFL Playoff ratings were down more than 10% this past weekend for most of the games and down 21% for the Panthers-Saints game.

It's time to stop injecting politics into TV ratings.
However, the NFL is also way down on cable.

NFL way down
NBA way up

That's the data, not the spin.
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