Wednesday, July 9th, 2008



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Adults 18-34:  1.8/8  +157% rtg. vs. May ’07 Time Period
Adults 18-49:  1.2/5  +100% rtg. vs. May ’07 Time Period
Adults 25-54:  0.9/4  +  80% rtg. vs. May ’07 Time Period

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Source: NSI, WRAP Sweeps, Live Plus May 08 Rtg/Shr, Nov06 – May 08 Sweeps



Good morning. It’s Wednesday, July 9, 2008, and this is your first early morning briefing.

Not surprisingly, the American Federation of Television & Radio Artists (AFTRA) voted in favor of ratifying the primetime agreement, effectively quashing SAG’s efforts to have the contract voted down. The terms in the AFTRA deal, passed by 62% of voting members, echo those signed previously by the WGA and DGA. SAG’s interest in seeing this deal crash and burn was to give it more leverage in its deal with producers, while arguing actors should get better terms in the areas of new media, DVD residuals and salary minimums. AFTRA contends that approving the contract keeps people employed, and it offers increases in salaries and new media without rollbacks or concessions. Also yesterday, SAG agreed to meet with leaders of the Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers (AMPTP) tomorrow afternoon to discuss the last and apparently final offer presented to the union more than a week ago.

Tonight’s Premieres:
SCI FI Channel: Ghost Hunters International at 9p; Scare Tactics at 10p

Tonight’s Finales:
MTV: The Real World at 10p
TV Land: She’s Got the Look at 10p


In addition to his current duties as managing editor for the Discovery Channel, Ted Koppel will be a contributing analyst for BBC World News America which airs on BBC America weeknights at 7p and on the worldwide 24-hour BBC World News channel. Ted will provide analysis on national and international topics as well as be involved in the network’s U.S. presidential election reporting including live coverage of both the Democratic and Republican National Conventions this summer.

NBC Universal announced it will offer more than 3,600 hours of coverage from the 2008 Beijing Summer Olympics which includes spotlighting all 34 Olympic sports in some fashion. Approximately 2,900 of those hours will be presented live and coverage of the Olympic Games will be distributed over the company’s stable of networks and various platforms presented in three blocks: afternoon, primetime and late-night, starting with opening ceremonies beginning at 8p on August 8. Highlights of each network’s offerings are:

  • Primetime will present live coverage of swimming, women’s and men’s gymnastics, beach volleyball and marathons.
  • USA Network with 165 hours of coverage will focus on basketball and soccer, as well as live tennis, water polo and volleyball.
  • MSNBC will serve up 175 hours including the initial soccer matches just prior to the opening ceremony. In addition, the news channel will offer basketball, softball, soccer, weightlifting, beach volleyball and wrestling.
  • CNBC has 95.5 hours committed to boxing coverage directly after Closing Bell on weekdays, plus a block from midnight to 4:30a that includes long-form coverage of softball, tennis, weightlifting and badminton.
  • Oxygen will have the least amount of coverage at 20 hours all aimed at the network’s female audience with daily updates on gymnastics, tennis and equestrian events.
  • Telemundo clocks in at 380 hours, the most of any of NBCU’s networks. Telemundo will offer live coverage of men’s and women’s soccer, track and field, gymnastics, basketball, diving, swimming and baseball.
  • Universal HD will present hi-def simulcast coverage from CNBC and MSNBC.
  • In addition, will have live coverage of almost every sport represented except swimming and gymnastics.

TV One will air a series of four one-hour documentaries, Murder in Black in White this October that will explore unsolved civil rights murders from the 1940s and 1950s. Produced in co-operation with the FBI by filmmaker Keith Beauchamp and his company Till Freedom Come Productions, Murder in Black in White will be hosted by Rev. Al Sharpton and is scheduled to air on consecutive nights starting October 5 at 10p.

Beginning later this month, SCI FI Channel will filter in new anime series and movies into the network’s weekly Ani-Monday programming block from 11p-1a. Some of the new series from Starz Media’s anime distribution unit, Manga Entertainment, making their exclusive U.S. premieres include Gurren Lagann and Gundam 00. The block will also consist of classic series titles such as Now and Then, Here and There and Descendents of Darkness. Much of the programming additions are a result of the new partnerships and distribution deals Manga has made with Bandai Entertainment, Inc. and Central Park Media Corporation.

Country-style wedding bells ring once more on CMT as season two of My Big Redneck Wedding starts this October with eight new 30m episodes. Tom Arnold as host offers commentary as each episode documents more ho-down weddings that feature monster trucks, mud fights and more. The series is produced by Pink Sneakers Productions.

Montel Williams‘ talk show may have ended production, but he’s still at it.  According to B&C, Montel is shopping a new syndicated project called Living Well with Montel, based on a diet and lifestyle book published by Montel last January.  At this point, a distributor for the show has not been named, and the exact format of the project is still being worked out.




Source: IAG Research, Measured Nets, 01/01/08-6/15/08.
Program Engagement nonsports programming, A18-34 & A18-49.
Cable Prime: M-Su 6P-12A and Broadcast Prime: M-Sa 8P-11P, Su 7P-11P

to learn more about Bravo’s Audience


Sony Pictures Television begins production next Tuesday on season two of AMC’s original drama series Breaking Bad in Albuquerque. AMC will debut the new batch of 13 episodes early next year.

TV Land’s sophomore season of the original reality series High School Reunion is currently underway in Kauai, Hawaii. Members of Chandler High School Class of 1988 (Chandler, AZ) are together again swapping secrets and reigniting relationships on location. Eight one-hour episodes, produced by Next Entertainment in association with Warner Horizon Television will air in early 2009.

Casting Call:  MTV and executive producer Ryan Seacrest are casting for the new reality competition show, Bromance which has guys competing to become Brody Jenner’s new best pal. Guys chosen to be on the show will live in a Los Angeles mansion and get a taste of the celebrity lifestyle while vying for Brody’s attention. An open casting call will take place in Hollywood tomorrow from 8-11p at The Happy Ending Bar and Restaurant, 7038 Sunset Blvd. and guys of all types who are at least 21 years old are encouraged to apply. If you cannot attend the casting call this week, send an email to
and include your name, telephone numbers, occupation, address and why you would be great on the show. For more details, go to


CYNOPSIS DIGITAL – TODAY’S TOP STORY: Online ad tracking service NebuAd is being called before a panel of Senators today to address privacy concerns regarding its targeting methods. The hearing, which will also call officers and lawyers from Microsoft, Google and Facebook, is the result of vociferous complaints from groups such as The Center for Democracy and Technology and the FTC’s Consumer Protection Bureau, which will also testify at the hearing. (The latter proposed a set of behavioral ad privacy principles late last year.) In attempt to head critics off at the pass NebuAd announced a new set of privacy protections yesterday, promising to notify consumers when their online activity is being tracked and offer them a way to opt out of the service. There’s a strong sense in the industry that these privacy battles being fought today will have serious repercussions for years to come, both on consumer rights and company profits.  Full edition: CYN DIGITAL.

CYNOPSIS KIDS – TODAY’S TOP STORYDreamWorks Animation and Intel have entered into a strategic alliance that will see the studio use Intel’s future chips and advanced multiple processing cores to aid in the production of future 3D animated movies with the goal of “revolutionizing 3D filmmaking technology.”  The agreement begins with Monsters vs. Aliens, which will have its domestic release on March 27, 2009.  You may remember that DreamWorks has said that it will produce all of its feature films in 3D by next year. Full edition: CYN KIDS.

CYNOPSIS INTERNATIONAL – TODAY’S TOP STORY:  PorchLight Entertainment inked an exclusive international distribution, licensing and merchandising deal with Lincoln Butterfield Animation for its Tan animated series. Lincoln Butterfield will produce a 26×30-minute run with each episode consisting of two 11-minute shorts in time for a Fall 2009 launch. The K6-11-targeted show is about a new graduate (he’s actually an egg) from the Lo Fat Martial Arts Academy & Cooking School and how he sets off to find friends and fortune and learn the ways of the world. Just to add some interesting drama … Tan lives in a world with several crazy monkeys who wear little red Fezzes. Full edition: CYN INTERNATIONAL.


Top 10 Broadcast Programs among A18-49 rating/share for the week of 6/30-7/6/08
FOX    Hell’s Kitchen                                           3.7/11      
ABC    Wipeout                                                  3.6/12      
NBC    America’s Got Talent                                3.3/10
FOX    So You Think You Can Dance  WED          3.2/10
NBC    Baby Borrowers                                       2.8/8
CBS    Two and a Half Men                                  2.7/8
ABC    The Bachelorette 9p                                  2.6/7
ABC    I Survived a Japanese Game Show             2.6/7     
FOX    House  MON 9P                                       2.5/7
ABC    The Bachelorette 8p                                  2.4/8
CBS    Rules of Engagement                                2.4/7
Source Nielsen Media Research, Galaxy Explorer, Live + SD Data

Friday – A18-49 Analysis:  UNIV lit up Friday night winning with 1.3/6 A18-49, according to final national ratings from Nielsen Media Research. UNIV sparked a clean sweep of the evening as Al Diablo con los Guapos at 8p won with 1.4/7, followed by Fuego en La Sangre at 9p with 1.3/6 and the Marco A Solis special at 10p which posted a 1.2/5.

Live + Same Day Household Ratings: Friday, July 4, 2008  (July Sweep Day 2) time period averages. Source: NTI Galaxy, as dated. Live+SD.

CBS: 2.9/7       Ghost Whisperer [r] 2.3/6, Numb3rs [r] 2.6/6, Boston Pops Fireworks 3.8/9

NBC: 2.7/7        Olympic Trials: Swimming 2.3/6, Macy’s 4th of July Fireworks 3.3/8, Dateline 2.6/6

ABC: 1.7/4         Dance Machine 1.5/4, Duel 1.3/3, 20/20 2.3/5

FOX: 1.7/4         Fox Movie: Daddy Day Care 1.7/4

CW: 1.6/4          Friday Night Smackdown! 1.6/4

UNIV: 1.5/4       Al Diablo con los Guapos 1.6/4, Fuego en la Sangre 1.4/3, Marco A Solis 1.4/3

TELE: 0.4/1       El Juramento 0.2/1, Victoria 0.5/1, Sin Senos No Hay Paraiso 0.6/1

MNT: 0.3/1        Hero Awards 0.3/1

A18-49: UNIV 1.3/6, CW 1.0/5, NBC 1.0/5, FOX 0.9/4, CBS 0.8/4, ABC 0.6/3, TELE 0.3/1, MNT 0.1/1


Saturday – A18-49 Analysis:  FOX led Saturday night at 1.6/6 A18-49, according to final national ratings from Nielsen Media Research. FOX leveled a one-two punch with its programming starting with the double Cops repeats during 8p which averaged a 1.5/6 then at 9p America’s Most Wanted came in first with 1.6/6. At 10p, NBC’s Law & Order: CI did best with 1.1/4.

Live + Same Day Household Ratings: Friday, July 5, 2008  (July Sweep Day 3) time period averages. Source: NTI Galaxy, as dated. Live+SD.

FOX: 2.7/6           Cops [r] 2.4/5, Cops [r] 2.7/6, America’s Most Wanted 2.9/6

NBC: 2.7/6            Olympic Trials: Swimming 2.5/6, Law & Order [r] 2.3/5, Law & Order: CI [r] 3.2/6

CBS: 2.3/5             Crimetime Saturday [r] 1.6/4, 48 Hours Mystery [r] 2.3/5, 48 Hours Mystery [r] 3.2/6

ABC: 1.5/3             Wonderful World of Disney: Confessions of a Teenage Drama Queen [r] 1.6/3, Eli Stone [r] 1.5/3

UNIV: 1.3/3          Sabado Gigante 1.3/3

MNT: 0.7/1           My Saturday Night Movie: Three Fugitives [r] 0.7/1

TELE: 0.5/1          Cine de Impacto [7p] 0.4/1, Cine de Impacto 0.5/1

A18-49: FOX 1.6/6, NBC 0.9/3, UNIV 0.9/3, ABC 0.6/2, CBS 0.6/2, TELE 0.5/2, MNT 0.3/1

Sunday – A18-49 Analysis:  NBC rounded out the holiday weekend by winning Sunday night at 2.0/6 A18-49, according to final national ratings from Nielsen Media Research. At 7p, ABC’s America’s Funniest Home Videos repeat nicked in a win at 1.6/6, just ahead of the Olympic Trials on NBC at 1.5/6. The Olympic Trials during 8p on NBC was a stride ahead at 2.0/6. ABC won the 9p hour as Extreme Makeover: Home Edition did a 2.5/7. At 10p, NBC claimed the final win with Dateline at 2.5/7.  

Live + Same Day Household Ratings: Sunday, July 6, 2008 (July Sweep Day 4) time period averages. Source: NTI Galaxy, as dated. Live+SD.

CBS: 4.7/8        60 Minutes [r] 5.5/11, Million Dollar Password 4.9/9, Cold Case [r] 4.5/8, Numb3rs [r] 3.9/7

NBC: 4.3/8        Olympic Trials: Track & Field 3.4/7, Olympic Trials: Swimming 4.0/7, Dateline 4.8/8

ABC: 3.4/6        America’s Funniest Home Videos [r] 3.3/7, Extreme Makeover: Home Edition [r] 4.0/7, Desperate Housewives [r] 2.3/4

FOX: 2.0/4        ‘Til Death [r] 1.5/3, ‘Til Death [r] 1.5/3, The Simpsons [r] 2.3/4, King of the Hill [r] 2.0/4, Family Guy [r] 2.6/4, American Dad [r] 2.3/4

UNIV: 1.0/2       Horo Pico 1.1/2, Familia P. Luche 1.1/2, Noche de Estrellas 1.0/2, Pantera 0.8/1

CW: 0.7/1         One Tree Hill [r] 0.6/1, Everybody Hates Chris [r] 0.8/1, Aliens in America [r] 0.7/1, The Game [r] 0.7/1, Girlfriends [r] 0.7/1

TELE: 0.4/1       12 Corazones 0.3/1, Cine Millonario 0.4/1

A18-49: NBC 2.0/6, ABC 1.8/6, FOX 1.6/5, CBS 1.3/4, UNIV 0.7/2, CW 0.4/1, TELE 0.4/1

Monday – A18-49 Analysis:  ABC took home the prize Monday night at 3.5/10 A18-49, according to final national ratings from Nielsen Media Research. There were no thorns for The Bachelorette on ABC as the two-hour finale episode won at 8p with 2.9/9 and again at 9p with 3.8/10. During 10p, The Bachelorette: After the Final Rose special snagged a first place 3.7/10. 

Correction: For the July 3 A18-49 ratings summary that ran in Tuesday’s edition, the three shows at 10p that tied for first place were: CBS’ Swingtown, NBC’s Fear Itself and UNIV’s La Rosa de Guadalupe

Live + Same Day Household Ratings: Monday, July 7, 2008 (July Sweep Day 5) time period averages. Source: NTI Galaxy, as dated. Live+SD.

ABC: 6.8/12            The Bachelorette [f] 6.7/11, The Bachelorette: After the Final Rose 7.0/12

CBS: 4.8/8            The Big Bang Theory 3.5/6, How I Met Your Mother [r] 3.5/6, Two and a Half Men [r] 5.9/10, Rules of Engagement [r] 4.5/7, CSI: Miami [r] 5.7/10

FOX: 4.7/8           Bones [r] 4.3/7, House [r] 5.0/8

NBC: 3.5/6           American Gladiators 3.2/6, Nashville Star 3.4/6, Dateline 4.0/7

UNIV: 2.2/4          Al Diablo con los Guapos 2.6/4, Fuego en la Sangre 2.2/4, Cristina 1.8/3

CW: 0.8/1            Gossip Girl [r] 0.8/1, One Tree Hill [r] 0.8/1

MNT: 0.6/1           Celebrity Expose [r] 0.8/1, Decision House [r] 0.4/1

TELE: 0.6/1          El Juramento 0.3/1, Victoria 0.8/1, Sin Senos No Hay Paraiso 0.7/1

A18-49: ABC 3.5/10, CBS 2.2/6, FOX 2.1/6, UNIV 1.9/5, NBC 1.7/5, CW 0.5/1, TELE 0.5/1, MNT 0.3/1


Travel Ad Network (TAN) recruited Keith H. Kenner for the new position as Director/Midwest Sales based in Chicago. Previously, Keith was the Sales Director for BusinessWeek‘s Chicago office.

Former GSN CFO, Brent Willman joined TLC as CFO to head the finance and administration activities which supports the network’s programming. At TLC, Brent will be based in Los Angeles reporting to Neal Kirsch, EVP/CFO, Discovery U.S. Networks.

Camee Edelbrock was hired by Schiefer Public Relations which handles clients in the automotive and motorcycle aftermarket, as Public Relations Account Manager.

Sony Pictures Television appointed James Canniffe as VP/Development, Alternative Programming. James will be involved with alternative reality series for network and cable in addition to supervising current shows in production. In his new role, James will report to Holly Jacobs, SVP/Reality and Syndicated Programming.



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WHAT’S ON TONIGHT – Wednesday, July 9, 2008

ABC: Wife Swap [r], Supernanny [r], Primetime: Crime
AZTECA: Vidas Al Limite, Historias Engarzadas, Bellezas Indomables
CBS: Price is Right Million Dollar Spectacular [r], Criminal Minds [r], CSI: NY [r]
CW: America’s Next Top Model [r], Pussy Cat Dolls Present: Girlicious [r]
FOX: So You Think You Can Dance
ION: Quantum Leap, The Dead Zone, ER
MNT: Under One Roof [r], Whacked Out Videos [r], Twilight Zone [r], Twilight Zone [r]
NBC: Baby Borrowers (Part 2)[r], Baby Borrowers, Celebrity Circus
PBS: Click & Clack’s As the Wrench Turns, Nova Science Now, Carrier
TELE: El Juramento, Victoria, Sin Senos No Hay Paraiso
UNIV: Al Diablo con los Guapos, Fuego en la Sangre, Don Francisco Presenta

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