The Super Bowl at the Meadowlands was the most watched TV show of all time

Super Bowl XLVII Sets Ratings Record- Bay Area Rating Is Huge

Super Bowl XLVII might have been a blowout win for Seattle over Denver but over 111.5 million people watched the game, more than any television program in U.S. history. The Tampa Bay market ranked an impressive 10th overall in all the

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Bucs TV Ratings Up In 2013

According to a report from Sports Business Daily the Tampa Bay Bucs saw a increase of 14% in their local rating in 2013. Other state teams the Dolphins saw a modest 5% boost in rating while the Jaguars had

Red Sox win to take a 3 games to 2 lead over St. Louis heading back to Boston.

Game 5 was a win for Boston and for Fox

Behind another terrific pitching performance from ace Jon Lester and the big bat of David Ortiz, the Boston Red Sox defeated the St. Louis Cardinals 3-1 last night in Game 5 of the 2013 World Series, taking a commanding

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World Series Coverage With James Williams

Earlier this morning on SportstalkFlorida Mornings, Eric Lopez  talked to SportsTalkFlorida columnist James Williams about the World Series coverage and how baseball is doing in the television ratings. Why you should listen :  Many say that baseball and the MLB

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Aging Of World Series Viewers May Be A Growing Problem

With new developments in technology and social media, TV ratings for baseball may greatly deteriorate.

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How did Fox Sports 1 do on its Debut?

Earlier this morning on SportstalkFlorida Mornings,  Eric Lopez talked to’s TV Insider James Williams about the debut of Fox Sports 1 over the weekend. Why you should listen :  Eric Lopez talks to James Williams about the positives and


Super Bowl XLVII Most Watched TV Event In U.S. History

The overnight ratings for the Super Bowl are in and the 34-minute power outage didn’t wind up hurting CBS. It actually appears to have helped them. Nielsen is reporting that the game posted a 48.1 rating and 71 share


Tuck: World Series Still a Home Run

More people are missing the World Series than ever before, but Mike Tuck says that is just because there are more people.