Discussion in 'The Howard Stern Show' started by Jon Hein is God, Jun 27, 2012.
I aint opening that shit just joking
"NBC'S 'AMERICA'S GOT TALENT' RANKS #1 AMONG NON-SPORTS PRIME TELECASTS FOR A FOURTH WEEK IN A ROW" -- so, you know, go Howard!
SOCIAL NETWORK BUZZ AROUND STERN ON AGT WAS UP!
actual ratings are down from last year but it's not his fault
They had to resort to social media stats to find something positive to say about this. And no kidding, there's more social media use surrounding AGT this year than last, maybe because the general use of Twitter and Facebook in marketing TV shows has grown in the last year. It's not the Stern effect, it's the Twiiter effect.
-Amazing things are because of Howard
-Bad things are never his fault
You are going to........... NEW YORK!
Take the Verrazano bridge and hang a left....
and then you shake it all about!
There's some content for howie to spin but what i see is that the positive sentiment for this year is down over last season's and that the valuable male viewer demographic has been in decline starting in week 3.
Overall though the article sounds like something a vacuum-visioned fan like Darius The Tootsie tickler might have written in hope of convincing the advertisers that their expectations for the show's performance with Howie were unrealistic and that they should settle for it winning those hours against reruns and insipid cable programming no matter how much of a hit the ratings have taken.
What is "Air Date 17"?... last night was the 12th show of the season.
Are they throwing in reruns as well from this season? And which ones?
Advertisers don't gauge performance by twitter chatter.. they care about audience size (which is down)
According to the guy who wrote the article, when TV ratings go down, it's because AGT is a mature franchise and overall viewership is down, but then he credits Howard for the increased social media attention.
Unless advertisers start paying rates based on social chatter or Mr. Marbles gets a bonus for increasing AGT mentions on Twitter, it isn't that important.
Let's do the Hopey Popey!
Minor point of dissent -- it's not "important" at all. It's made up, irrelevant, and completely tangential to anything to do with the business of the show or the careers of those involved. They may as well have been counting postal mail fan letters, 'cause it's EXACTLY the same thing.
so when Conan uses such stats its desperate
when Howard uses them its a revolution???
All of you making him win.