All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘TV ratings’

Bonnie And Clyde Miniseries Draws In Fans Across 3 Networks

Bonnie And Clyde has finally hit the small screen. The crime duo made famous by the 1967 film starring Warren Beatty and Faye Dunnaway has been the inspiration for a new TV miniseries, and aired on multiple networks simultaneously in a miniseries that started last night. The miniseries has become a hit already, drawing in the long-time fans of the …

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Networks Bring Content Ratings to Streaming Episodes

All the major broadcast networks are now working to apply content ratings that appear in the upper left corner of broadcast television to all epsodes that are now streamed on their respective websites. NBC, CBS, FOX, ABC, and Spanish language channels TeleFutura, Telemundo, and Univision will all have content ratings on streaming videos by December 1st. Parent groups are fond …

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Nielsen Says People Aren’t Watching TV Anymore

It’s bad news for advertisers and television studios alike. Nielsen says many people just aren’t watching the old boob tube anymore. An interesting metric for Nielsen to record, the number of people who watch television at least once a month, declined seven percent last year. This data comes from over fifty countries. Conversely, the number of folks who viewed an …

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