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Eisner's CNBC talker outgunned by game show rerun - Yahoo! News - 3/30/2006

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  • Eisner's CNBC talker outgunned by game show rerun - Yahoo! News - 3/30/2006

    Former Walt Disney Co. chairman Michael Eisner failed to attract a large audience Tuesday in the debut of his CNBC talk show.

    "Conversations with Michael Eisner" brought in just 95,000 viewers, according to data released Wednesday by Nielsen Media Research.
    "Conversations" plunged from its lead-in, a repeat of comedian Howie Mandel's NBC game show "Deal or No Deal," which drew 518,000 viewers. The premiere was down 23% in viewers compared with CNBC's average in the time slot in the first quarter of this year.
    Full Story: Eisner's CNBC talker outgunned by game show rerun
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    Re: Eisner's CNBC talker outgunned by game show rerun - Yahoo! News - 3/30/2006

    I think that Darkbeer reported that the show got a "0" share in the Neilson Ratings. OUCH
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