Consumer Reports, best known for rating the nuts and bolts of cars, household appliances and other electronics, is getting into the business of rating primary care doctors.
Like most of us, I am not always able to watch some of my favorite shows, so I tape them for later. I am wondering if the networks are able to include the many taped shows in their calculations of viewers. If they could, perhaps more shows would not be canceled for lack of audience. – Barbara, W. Boylston
On this hour of Toucher & Rich, the guys talk about the ratings, a Mel Gibson voicemail and you listened now discuss.
The ratings are out. No, not the Nielsons, they are always out— somewhere. I’m referring to the annual Gallop poll asking a random number of Americans to rate institutions, those entities that the dictionary defines […]
Back in the day there was WWE and WCW as the two big two as far as wrestling companies went. How WCW really started competing with WWE was when they decided to go head to […]