CNN I guess... I flip between Fox News and CNN to see what they are talking about.ok, well, which do you watch most?
I wonder how many Americans know that BBC is funded with taxes rather than advertising. If you own a TV in the UK you pay a TV tax to support the BBC.I watch Fox News the most but that's because I like Red Eye and Glenn Beck. A late night talk show and talk radio with a chalkboard. So yes, I watch Fox News the most and I would also watch Fox News the most if it had South Park reruns. Fox News also has more babes and more interesting guest commentators. See what I'm trying to say here? If we're talking just news, I don't watch any of them. I like my news in text form because I get to be more selective with my reading. News as a stream is very annoying because it doesn't allow me to be selective at all. It is because I can rely on fox for eye candy and entertainment that I choose Fox as my source for news commentary. MSNBC, CNN and Fox all have similar formulas for cable news. Fox just does it best. Even HLN has primetime commentary shows. BBC is probably the least guilty of this but BBC can afford to be less guilty as NPR does.
Nielsen ratings - Wikipedia, the free encyclopediaI never could understand how they can really claim to know how many people watch ___ channel.
How are ratings calculated?