Oprah has had some ratings difficulties since ending her daily show and starting her OWN Network, and that has extended into her O Magazine.
Luckily though, the decline hasn’t been as bad as it could have been. They prepared for a 25% decline, and so far it’s only been 22%, which is still a lot but not horrible.
Oprah’s been vocal about how much she likes holding the magazine in her hand, but she's also a realist.
O says she's prepared to halt publication
Tags: demographic, justin bieber, low ratings, magazine folding, o magazine, one direction, oprah, oprah winfrey, own network, readership decline, selena gomez, taylor swift
ABC's Once Upon A Time returned to television on Sunday night with an episode that was as captivating as it was magical!
The season 2 premiere didn't just bode well in our hearts either. 11 million people tuned in to make it the #1 non-sports show of the night in total viewers and that 18-49 demographic that the advertisers love so much.
With a 3.8 rating, the episode was not as strong as the first season's premiere, but attracted more eyes than last spring's finale.
Are U missing out on this Disney princessfest action?!
If magic and fantasy is your thang, we definitely recommend OUAT. After all, Game of Thrones doesn't come back until March, so you might as well occupy your time with something worth watching!
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It seems Christina Aguilera is donning her Fighter corset once again for upcoming album Lotus, as she recently compared the record's thematics to those of her mega famous musical venture, Stripped!
But now there's a whole NEW generation of pop loving tweens who were mere babes during Xtina's Stripped down era, and the theatrical diva extraordinaire wants to bring allll the messages of her 2002 smash success to their discerning, young ears!
The Queen of Voice's spinny chairs expressed to Billboard magazine:
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In the past, video games have been marketed to a very specific demographic (consisting mostly of teenage boys and former teenage boys who have grown into man-children), but that is all changing thanks, in part, to the introduction of Nintendo's revolutionary Wii Fit in 2008!
Now games like Zumba Fitness Rush (released last Friday) are hitting the market and although the fitness-oriented titles aren't "gamer" favorites, they are still selling millions of copies to an audience who has been longing for a game that doesn't involve blowing shizz up!
Tags: demographic, nintendo, teenage boys, video game, wii fit, xbox, zumba, zumba fitness
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It only took ten years for the ratings to finally start slipping, so nobody can say the show didn't have a good run on top.
American Idol is no longer the most popular show of its genre on television. After steadily declining in ratings over the last couple of weeks, The Voice is reigning supreme with a 6 point ratings score, compared to Idol's 5.2.
Don't get us wrong, the FOX show is still a bonafide hit and attracting millions upon millions of viewers every week, but there are signs Idol is losing its monster strength.
In just one week, the total viewership
Tags: american idol, demographic, fox, nbc, ratings, reality competition, season, the voice, viewership
When The Walking Dead returned on Sunday after a midseason break, it had the highest amount of viewers for a basic cable drama in the 18-49 demographic.
The show got 5.4 million viewers in the 18-49 demographic, which was up 12% from the previous record it had set with its original season two premiere.
It also set the record for basic cable drama in the 25-54-year-old viewership, with 4.4 million viewers.
The show is really getting the recognition it deserves.
If you haven't seen it, make sure to check out an episode or two, even if you're not a fan you may pick up a few tips for the impending zombie invasion of 2012.
[Image via PNP/WENN.]
Tags: demographic, ratings, record, tv news, walking dead
Very popular nerds, but nerds nonetheless!
American Idol has been beaten in the ratings by Big Bang Theory for the SECOND week in a row!
Could it be that America is finally tired of watching people sing in front of three judges for a shot at fame and fortune?!
Nah, the popular singing competition still took in a total of 17 million viewers during its hour on Thursday night, but only had 15.46 million viewers while the CBS sitcom aired in competition to receive 15.96 million total viewers.
BBT scored a a 5.4 rating to beat the 4.8 rating of Idol‘s first half hour and managed to win the 18-34 demographic.
Who said being a nerd wasn't cool?
Tags: american idol, big bang theory, cbs, demographic, fox, ratings, reality tv, sitcom, viewers