"The first time I spoke to this guy, I was struck by how incredibly polite he was," Tur told Olbermann.
on Current TV, his ratings were down, with 93,000 viewers in the ages 25-54 demo, and 253,000 viewers in total.
I hate to be as blunt in that imagery, but that’s what you’re seeing.” “If we were invaded, the parallel to this coverage would be, ‘Let’s discuss whether or not there might be something good about the Russians coming in via Alaska as they move down the Canadian west coast,’” he added.
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Without even looking it up, I am confident that Harvard, Yale and Princeton do not offer degrees in "communications." I know there is no "communications" major at the Ivy League Cornell.
It turned out that Katy Tur, who is a reporter for WNBC in New York, had been in close contact with Enright for weeks.
Despite a drop in viewership, he's still doing FAR better than Current's timeslot was faring before his show began, which had previously averaged 15,000 viewers.
Guess we'll see if Keith is able to bring up those ratings this week, now that the 4th has come and past!
If you actually want to pursue a career related to agriculture, there is no better school than the Cornell ag school.
I have nothing but admiration for the farmers and aspiring veterinarians at the ag school.