November sweeps is a big deal in TV because that’s when your audience gets measured. During these Nielsen Ratings periods, local TV rolls out “special reports” to bring more eyeballs to their newscasts. Most TV stations are content to do stories about things like internet predators, violent video games, or the hot topic du jour, internet predators who prey on kids playing violent video games —but KTLA in Los Angeles has raised the bar. Or lowered it. They’ve pulled out all the stops this month with a story they call Done Up Down There, a report on shaping and coloring your pubic hair. And you thought tasering news anchors was bad.
- Walked 150 feet, was asked for money three times. 18 hours ago
- A twisted take on the Addams Family. https://t.co/CdWobwwGBq 1 day ago
- Some sort of cross fit competition downtown today. youtu.be/De7rbB2bteE 6 days ago
- A bit late for Mummy's Day, but this: wamc.org/post/photos-17… 1 week ago
- Rite Aid, now with helpful magnifying glasses. https://t.co/ltPH1Fi7M6 1 week ago
- Local paper finds new use for space once filled with reporters. blog.timesunion.com/hearstmediacen… 1 week ago
- Sent some film by mail to be processed. Paid the post office with cash. It's analog day! 1 week ago
- Everything's cooler when you add "360." https://t.co/u5R6frthjZ 2 weeks ago
- From the NY Post, a truly idiotic take on S-Town, as "liberal rubbernecking." nyp.st/2qfH3yH 3 weeks ago
- Today on Talk 1300: "The people that go to a hotel are people that don't live in a given area." #brilliant 3 weeks ago
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