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From: Robin Miller <complex....@invalid.com>
Subject: Re: Prime show rescheduling on account of storm?
Date: Fri, 02 Nov 2012 00:17:16 -0400
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> On Oct 30, 1:17 am, Professor Bubba <bu...@nowhere.edu.invalid> wrote:
>> The New York market alone is about 18% of the national audience.
> Considering that in many areas of the NY market 90% of the people were
> without power, that is significant.
> But NY wasn't the only market without power, much of the Phila market
> and other sections along the NE US were (or still are) without power
> as well.
It wasn't just the areas that lost power. Where I was, in southern New
Jersey, didn't lose power, but the local stations (mostly from Philly)
broadcast continuous storm coverage rather than showing the network's
shows. I suspect that was true throughout the affected states. So there
was probably very little, if any, broadcasting of network programming on
Monday night in Delaware, New York, New Jersey and Connecticut.