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“Fox News has become America's top-rated cable network thanks to its gung-ho reporting and flag-waving fervour.”
“Olbermann's show Countdown, which screened at 8pm and repeated at 11pm, was the network's top-rated programme.”
“Keith is fiercely independent and had a top-rated show.”
“In an interview Saturday, MSNBC President Phil Griffin - a frequent target of Olbermann's broadsides within MSNBC - declined to talk about the reasons for the sudden loss of his top-rated attraction.”
“Last January, Carlsen fulfilled one of his dreams and became the world's top-rated player.”
“In contrast, on a Wednesday night on top-rated "American Idol," where the average age is 44, Fox can charge $435,000 for 30 seconds—or about $46.75 a viewer.”
“Then, if a beef-loving cat-litter salesman is traveling to Dallas, the system can recommend a top-rated steak house where other cat-litter reps have had luck taking pet-shop owners to close deals.”
“Note that even a top-rated paint may be lacking in one performance area, so it's important to weigh all of our test results.”
“Yields on top-rated, private CMBS are running at about 4.84%.”
“Disney Channel has a huge hit on its hands with the Peter Pan—inspired animated series Jake and the Never Land Pirates — it's cable's top-rated show for boys age 2 to 5 — but the whole first season went by without the Pan Man himself.”
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