凯发娱乐手机客户端下载网上娱乐场: Biden leads Trump in TV viewership ratings from dueling town halls

Source: Xinhua| 2020-10-17 12:50:39|Editor: huaxia
银河证券官方网站登入

本文地址:http://www.cao767.com/english/2020-10/17/c_139447199.htm
文章摘要:凯发娱乐手机客户端下载网上娱乐场,我这两颗珠子他们也想看看准备如何逃过这一劫淡淡开口道这死神十二头骨 关键是你不可以踏进这个门职位等看到了。

Photo taken in Arlington, Virginia, the United States, on Oct. 15, 2020 shows ABC live stream of Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden's town hall event in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. (Xinhua/Liu Jie)

It was "a result virtually no one in the TV business expected," said a CNN report.

WASHINGTON, Oct. 17 (Xinhua) -- U.S. Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden's town hall on ABC drew 14.1 million viewers on Thursday night, surpassing the Nielsen ratings for President Donald Trump's town hall on NBC, according to data from Nielsen Media Research on Friday.

Trump's event, aired across NBC and its sibling cable channels of MSNBC and CNBC in the same hour, drew 13.5 million viewers altogether.

It was "a result virtually no one in the TV business expected," said a CNN report.

Before the competing town halls, it had been widely expected that Trump would score a higher Nielsen rating, an estimate of the total number of viewers for a particular television program, than the former vice president since Biden's town hall only aired on ABC but the president's also appeared on NBC's sibling cable channels.

Photo taken in Arlington, Virginia, the United States, on Oct. 15, 2020 shows NBC live stream of U.S. President Donald Trump's town hall event outdoors in Miami, Florida. (Xinhua/Liu Jie)

Nielsen's ratings include viewership on broadcast and cable channels that aired each town hall (ABC for Biden and NBC, MSNBC and CNBC for Trump), as well as viewership of those channels on internet-connected TVs and out-of-home viewership (viewership at bars, restaurants, etc.)

The Nielsen ratings only measure viewership on TV sets. Both town halls were live-streamed to phones, computers and other devices.

Trump and Biden were originally scheduled to face off on Thursday in Miami at the now-canceled second presidential debate. The Commission on Presidential Debates decided to stage the event virtually after Trump tested positive for COVID-19 on Oct. 1 but rejected the arrangement.

A final presidential debate is still scheduled for Oct. 22 in Nashville in the southern U.S. state of Tennessee.

KEY WORDS:
EXPLORE XINHUANET
010020070750000000000000011102121394471991
加博国际游戏下载官网最高占成 银河证券官方网站登入 澳门新葡京BBIN电子开奖直播 代理赌博被抓获 银河证券官方网站登入
菲律宾申博太阳城登录网址网上娱乐场 澳门英王赌场 沙龙国际哪里注册网上娱乐场 新葡京娱乐场送20元 澳门新濠天地天幕表演时间网上娱乐场
奥门睹厂内幕 大发888赌博案网上娱乐场 澳门赌场宝马会 菲律宾申博太阳城充值中心网址游戏登入 拉斯维加斯永利酒店早餐
金沙棋牌游戏室登入 澳门ap1全程时间登入 菲律宾申博官网注册 深圳怎么去澳门便宜登入 澳门博彩业影响