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“Flashpoint's solid performance season-to-date shows that a growing number of fans enjoy the series on ION Television," said Brandon Burgess, CEO of ION Media Networks.”
“Source: Nielsen Media Research, season-to-date, original telecasts source: FutonCritic”
“The company said it administered more than 380,000 vaccines in December, bringing the season-to-date total to nearly 6 million.”
“With a season-to-date average of 10.4 million viewers, the quirky crime procedural is such a reliable performer in its Mondays-at-10pm time slot that, in January, ABC execs gifted its cast and crew with an early renewal for Season 4.”
“Flu shots administered at Walgreen's pharmacies fell to 1.9 million season-to-date, compared to 2.25 million last year.”
“Walgreen, the second-largest provider for flu immunizations after the federal government, gave 5.5 million flu shots season-to-date, below last year's total of 6.3 million at this time.”
“With 40 days at-or-above 90 at National Airport, season-to-date we are tied for first with both 1991 and 1994.”
“Since Sawyer took over in December, "Nightly News" has grown by 4% while "World News" has fallen 2% in total viewers compared to its prior season-to-date average; similarly, "Nightly News" has widened its lead over "World News" over the season since Sawyer took the anchor chair to 17% (compared to an 11% lead prior).”
“That cut the season-to-date drop in same-office returns from retail operations to 5.1%.”
“Keeps the season schedule posted in his room, tracks each final score, win-loss records season-to-date and month-to-month as well as road vs. home records.”
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