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|Cathalina||Apr 27 2013, 09:01 AM|
The issue with Scandal and Twitter is that they found the increase in Twitter volume correlates to a subsequent increase in ratings. Scandal got tweeted, and then the ratings went up. This is not what happened here. The Twitter volume increased, while the ratings decreased.|
As far as the box she has, as I said before it is a Nielsen Box. The whole thing "counts" per se, however ratings are then redone at the midway mark to see viewer retention (I guess this is to judge if a show is a good lead-in). A half-hour show would be recalculated at the 15 minute mark, while an hour show I think its half-hour. Therefore, those preemptions really wouldn't have influenced the ratings IMO. Wednesday was just a bad day for DAYS.
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