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Thursday Ratings: CBS Wins Repeat-Filled Night

Let’s face it - there really wasn’t much going on yesterday. (And there probably won’t be for a while.) Despite several repeats, CBS still managed to top the competition in both the viewers and the dmeos.

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Runtriz Hotel Evolution - Electronic Bellboy

Runtriz Hotel EvolutionAfter some test runs, the software company Runtriz has released the Hotel Evolution. Check into a place that features them, like the Malibu Beach Inn, and the staff will load the application on your iPhone or iPod touch or lend you a unit for your stay. Your room number is the password. Get your suit dry cleaned, arrange for a wake-up call, order room service, or call for extra shampoo. You can also check on local attractions or set the gadget to “Do Not Disturb.” Runtriz also offers touchscreens for bars and restaurants.

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Sarah Palin and the Email Read ‘Round the World

Posted by K.C. Morgan Categories: Breaking News,

Sarah Palin

A bizarre series of events have culminated to create a few new truths in this year’s political race to the White House: one, seems to have something to hide; two, the microscope under which Palin lives just got amped up; and three, Palin is truly one of the biggest celebrities in the world…for now. How will this change John McCain’s celebrity attack ads? Not at all - yet one more reason his campaign is completely and totally derailed, failing spectacularly to connect with the American public on any real level.

The thing is, potential President isn’t news. Hell, the man isn’t even relevant. Today, the media revolves around Sarah Palin. Maybe tomorrow, too. Palin is now the subject of inspection and Internet interrogation, her every move to be dissected and discussed. When the private email of a very public figure becomes a matter of public record, what else do you expect?

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Sunday Ratings: Welcome Back Football

Last night’s preseason game between the Washington Redskins and the Indianapolis Colts brought much needed attention back to NBC. Thanks to the upcoming Olympics, Sunday night probably won’t be the last time the network is victorious due to sports-related programming.

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Sunday Ratings: Originals Do Well for NBC

A fresh lineup gave NBC a win in the demos on Sunday night. Meanwhile, CBS (once again) took first place with the viewers.

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Thursday Ratings: Viewers Enjoy Holiday Weekend

Aside from a few exceptions, it was evident viewers started their 3-day weekend early. On 4th of July, FOX celebrated a dual win on Thursday night.

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Sunday Ratings: Wins for CBS and NBC

If things don’t change soon, Sunday evenings will start sounding like a broken record. Yesterday, CBS was #1 with the viewers while NBC was a success in the demos.

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Thursday Ratings: Hopkins Provides Ratings Drama

Although ABC was fourth last night, the debut of Hopkins did well in its hour despite lousy lead-ins. Meanwhile, CBS was the winner in both categories yesterday.

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Sunday Ratings: CBS and NBC Split Boring Night

NBC was the only network to bring all-new material the table last night. Unfortunately, all that effort only gave the Peacock network a win in the demos. (CBS was the winner with the viewers.)

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