The Corner

Nightline’s Ratings

It looks like Drudge got it wrong yesterday. Lisa de Moraes in the Washington Post reports today that Nightline scored a ratings coup with their reading of the dead:

“The preliminary rating is about 22 percent higher than the show had done the previous Friday in the metered markets. In fact, it’s the biggest metered-market rating for ‘Nightline’ during a May sweeps since 2002.”

The Executive Producer of Nightline told de Moraes last week that he didn’t even KNOW May was a ratings period. That’s his report. You decide.

Michael Graham — Michael Graham was born in Los Angeles and raised in South Carolina. A graduate of Oral Roberts University, he worked as a stand-up comedian before beginning his political career as ...

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