ABC's ratings raised by wounded journos

Learmonth, Michael
February 2006
Daily Variety;2/8/2006, Vol. 290 Issue 28, p25
Trade Publication
The article evaluates the ratings of American Broadcasting Co. in the U.S. The company devoted nearly two-thirds of its January 30, 2006 broadcast to the injuries suffered by journalists Bob Woodruff and Doug Vogt and the ongoing danger to journalists working in Iraq, and led in total viewers with 10.99 million.


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