The Sun Sentinel’s Johhny Diaz crunched the Nielsen Rating numbers for the week of March 10-16 and found out South Floridians had their eyeballs fixated on an eclectic mix of shows.
A gossip show on WLTV took the number one spot with a whopping 214,000 viewers. The Monday and Tuesday broadcasts of The Voice on NBC placed seventh, beating long timer American Idol on WSVN which split 9th place with NBC’s new telenovela Believe.
Placing even better than The Voice, was AMC’s The Walking Dead which airs on paid cable, the show took fifth place locally.
[Sun Sentinel - The Voice Rocks Fort Lauderdale Miami Ratings]
More local newsies are getting old(er)! This weekend it was WSVN morning meteorologist Vivian Gonzalez and WSVN reporter Eugene Ramirez turn to blow the candles and celebrate getting older and wiser.
Space for WSVN employees on Broadcast Key will get even tighter after the North Bay Village commission approved what is by now the third proposal by developer Scott Greenwald who owns the former WIOD site next door to WSVN.
The latest plan is for a 32-story, 340-foot tall condo building at the north corner of the island, where SkyForce’s helipad and an antenna sit now. Attached to it will be a 4-story garage with a pool on its roof.
Whether this project happens or not we’ll have to wait and see, but the courts have so far sided with the property developer. In November a judge in the latest case ruled that per Sunbeam’s 1962 agreement with WIOD the station has an irrevocable right to park on at least some of WIOD’s property.
It’s all fun and smiles until one gets the exclusive
WSVN reporter Liz Nagy, WFOR reporter Brian Andrews and America TeVe’s Daniel Benitez at JMH on another crazy story from Miami.
Happy Birthday to WSVN morning anchor Diana Diaz who doesn’t look a day over 30. Proof what true beauty sleep (said to be from 9pm to 2am) can do for you. Which means for the night owls among us, like me typing this at 12:59am, there’s no hope.