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It's been a year since Nielsen changed the way it rated syndicated programs so that all airings of a show are counted in its average audience rating no matter how many times a viewer watches the show…
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CBS Television Distribution's "Dr. Phil" cemented his status as TV's top talker in the February sweep, but the real winner may have been NBCUniversal's "Maury," which swept the month in all key…
TV has become a fragmented business, but there are a few syndicated shows that still bring in viewers by the cartload -- while also hitting the demo bull's eye.
Halfway through the February sweep, CBS Television Distribution's "Dr. Phil" is cementing its status as syndication's most-watched talkshow, finally inheriting the mantle from Dr. Phil's mentor…
Daytime series gains ratings strength among core female demo
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