Friday, November 10, 2006

I Fell Asleep on Anderson Cooper

Let's face has been one hell of a busy week! I was so tired that I fell asleep a half hour into "AC360" last night. So, I've posted a couple of screencaps in case anyone else missed the show as well...

AC360 is also airing a "special" tonight on the Christian conservatives and what's next for them, so with all the on-air time Cooper saw this week, I anticipate that only the first hour will be live. Cooper will also be lecturing in Buafflo tomorrow evening and don't forget his first piece for "60 Minutes" will air this Sunday night, and yes, it's about Kenny Chesney. I still haven't figured THAT one out.

Also, here are a few facts that have been released about and their site traffic as America Votes 2006. Overall, CNN did a great job.

- was #1 in share of online newsviewing on Election Day 2006. 74.3 Million minutes were spent on, the most of any news site. This is 21% of all the time spent on news sites that day, nearly double the 12% spent on #2 Yahoo! News (44.7 Million minutes).

- was #1 in page views. 112.6 Million Pages were Viewed on on Election Day, three times as many as #2 Yahoo! News (43.7 Million).

- attracted 6.8 Million Unique Users on Election Day, overall (second to Yahoo! News’ 7.4 Million. was third) attracted 4.2 Million Unique Users from Work, #1 among news sites. in Uniques, Page Views.

Everyone have an awesome Friday!

Screencaps courtesy of liberation337.

1 comentarios:

courtney01 said...

I'm thinking they might not have Anderson's piece on 60 Minutes this week since Ed Bradley passed away. Maybe they'll just concentrate on Bradley's career instead.

Just a thought. Not like I know anything.

(and really, I don't want to watch the Kenny Chesney story-- but maybe that's just me.)


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