28 February 2011

Fwd: Breaking: Oscars slide 7% in early ratings


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From: "L.A. Times Entertainment" <entertainment@e-mail.latimes.com>
Date: February 28, 2011 9:43:54 AM MST
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Subject: Breaking: Oscars slide 7% in early ratings
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Los Angeles Times Entertainment Breaking News

Oscars slide 7% in early ratings

Sunday's 83rd Academy Awards telecast, with a hosting duo of James Franco and Anne Hathaway that was drubbed by many critics, scored a 24.6 household rating in the top 56 TV markets, according to early figures from the Nielsen Co. The ceremony, which awarded the best picture prize to "The King's Speech," was off 7% compared with last year but slipped just 2% among viewers age 18 to 49.

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