What’s Hot/What’s Not: 12/04/11

What’s Hot:

Keith Olbermann vs. Twitter: Round 2 – Olbermann once again is holding his twitter followers at arm’s reach.

FBN vs. Imus – It was a crazy week for the I-man. His ratings haven’t been great and someone leaked them out to TVNewser. For those who’ve been following this business for a long time, the leak had all the hallmarks of an Fox hatchet job. And Imus thought so too…right up until he reversed himself and inexplicably blamed CNBC for his misfortune.

Melissa Francis to FBN – The now ex-CNBCer is going to FBN…

What’s Not:

Herman Cain – He dominated the week and culminated it by withdrawing.

Disclosure – Overhyped controversy swirled around Greta Van Susteren this week regarding her husband’s connection to Herman Cain and whether it should have been disclosed on the air.

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5 Responses to “What’s Hot/What’s Not: 12/04/11”

  1. Too bad Twitter is the only place Olbermann has even a remote chance of being relevant.

  2. Sad that the Death of the OWS has been neither Hot nor NOT but relegated to land of lost liberal dreams with a shrug.

    But an epitaph from today’s news:
    “The Occupy camps, which have received support from such major labor unions as the AFL-CIO and the Service Employees International Union, have cost local taxpayers an estimated $13 million in police overtime and other municipal services, according to a survey by the Associated Press.”

    We could have just watched 60 MINUTES last night and been better off.

  3. savefarris Says:

    Olbermann’s audience has shrunk so much, he’s now able to alienate them on an individual basis.

  4. ^ Good one. I might steal it for Twitter. 😉

  5. ^ ^ ha ha ha ha ha

    cough spit cough

    ha ha ha ha ha ha

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