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CNN.com commentary on the Emmys from your friendly content provider

The traditional broadcast networks again fell short of cable’s Emmy winners Monday night. But it was a much closer score than last year, even though host NBC and Fox were shut out. CBS, PBS and ABC picked up the slack by matching or exceeding HBO’s totals. My commentary is on cnn.com, and you can find it right here.

Also, we have the final national Nielsen ratings for the Emmys posed on the Network News & Reviews page.
Ed Bark

CBS11 anchor/reporter Tracy Kornet opting to leave after eight-year stay

Veteran CBS11 anchor/reporter Tracy Kornet will be leaving the station in early September. She initially came to the D-FW market in 2006. More details are on our Dallas-Fort Worth TV page.

Also, Monday’s D-FW ratings “snapshot” highlights NBC’s Emmy telecast.
Ed Bark

Top bosses at D-FW's four major TV news providers barely practice the "social media" they preach to anchors/reporters

Local newscasts around the country increasingly are pocked with “social media” segments while anchors and reporters also are expected to Tweet on a regular basis. But what about their big bosses, the news directors and president/GMs? We take a look at the D-FW landscape and find it all but barren. Check out the Dallas-Fort Worth TV page.
Ed Bark

Cowboys reach 2014 ratings high with latest loss

The Dallas Cowboys’ “dress rehearsal” 25-20 defeat in Miami Saturday night gave CBS11 its biggest ratings of the summer while also easily topping 2013’s Game 3 of the preseason.

Our full report, which also details the team’s continued shortfalls among advertiser-prized 18-to-49-year-olds, is on the Dallas-Fort Worth TV page.
Ed Bark

Uncle Barky's Emmy breakdown

The 66th annual Emmy Awards are nigh, and odds are you’re not yet brimming with excitement. But here we go anyway, with both an overview and picks in the major categories. See the Network News & Reviews page.

Also, the Wednesday-Thursday D-FW ratings “snapshot” is in.
Ed Bark