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    Olbermann Watch, "persecuting" Keith since 2004

    March 27, 2009
    Friday Night Recappers Open Thread
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    This is the recappers' comment thread for tonight's Hour of Spin. What blue blogs will Keith "Man on Fan" Olbermann lift from tonight? How many times will he attack Mr Bill? Will he finally tell the truth about his Twitter account, or allow his lies to stand? Be an Olbermann Watch blogger--without all the muss and fuss! Comments are open!

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    So I take it that now UPS has pulled ads from BOR's I guess Yoko's "victim" card is paying off. I don't think it will last, I mean come on...what are they going to do, advertise on Countdown? Haha, fat chance. Enjoy your small victory Yoko and KO it won't last long.

    In introducing his #4, Keithee told us that we did not win the Iraq to me. We didn't?
    Are you sure Keithee? Are you really, really sure?

    Don't forget that cheesy number four labeled, "Yes We Afghan" *Barf* Bachman needs to start that revolution NOW, ASAP!

    I must say, O'Reilly looked pretty darn snappy in his Mickey Mouse ears! Olbermann couldnt get one large enough to fit, I'm sure, so look forward to him utilizing a pic of Mr. Bill wearing his.

    Does anyone other than KO cares a rat's ass about the Joe the Plumber?

    t'aint natural, Keithee, t'aint natural!!

    Meerkat, I'm guessing that UPS had already ended their sponsorship. If so, Team Turkel's crusade did not work. (I posted the same thing at ICN and trolls like elmonica went ad hominem.)

    UPS was able to cover it's ass politically, with a faction of wingnuts so small it hardly matters. They obviously do not currently have a campaign sponsering O'Reilly. The funniest part is Keith being absolutely rapturous thinking it's "the beginning of the end" of the viewership colossus that is The O'Reilly Factor. Get a towel, Keith.

    Many lies spew from Keith's pie hole
    Stupidity? Keith's met the goal
    Bad Neilsen rating
    One million and fading
    Being a loser must take its toll

    If only it was "the beginning of the end" for Olbermoronn.

    I hate UPS's ads anyways, I want them removed everywhere. Some long haired hippy drawing on a whiteboard, wtf ever happened to ads with jingles?

    While I'm at it I hate the NFL on Fox robot, the Playboy TV ads, and there's a local lawyer here who advertises his firm are experts on Bankruptcy. All i know is when I watch Red Eye on DVR and i hit his ad Red Eye is back from commercial.

    >Some long haired hippy drawing on a whiteboard
    Andy Azula. I like those commercials.
    The above entry is sketchy, but good enough.
    I also like the Fox Robot. I even entered the Name the Robot competition. I named him FoxBot. No luck; I lost.
    But I *don't* like ads for Cablevision, Newsday, Brinks,, and ads that don't immediately come to mind.

    don't get me started on, lol now I take back my jingle comment.

    BTW OlbermannWatch was mentioned on Red Eye for the Dean thing. And they showed as little of of the bloated one as possible which made me happy.

    Here is a question? Does UPS have add time on "Countdown" have they ever? Did anyone actually check to see if the letter from UPS was "real" Something about the letter kind of "smells" If UPS did send out that email, its not what I would call professional. A major company would just not drop a client over some complaint by a couple hundred people!

    Lafinman, you touched on one of my major peeves. I have had it with those incessant ads from! Can't they put those goofy musicians in their raggedy car and drive it off a cliff?
    The Red Eye gang was correct in spotlighting the hypocricy of Howard Dean. The fact that Olbermann's own history of disrespect seemed lost on Dean confirmed that Dean is another major Dem player that doesn't watch Countdown. Ouch!

    I'm curious about how this UPS thing is going to play out. Regardless of what the company’s officers think personally, I can't imagine they’re happy at getting dragged into this.

    It's one thing when an obscure blog like Think Progress talks about UPS. It's something else entirely when an NBC program does it. After all, UPS spends its money to advertise on NBC programs. I’m sure they would prefer to avoid controversy. I would also think that the higher ups at NBC would be upset at Keith for bringing one of their advertisers into his personal grudge match.

    This is the first time I’ve ever heard of a TV program taking on someone else’s advertisers. Seems like dangerous ground to be standing on. Who advertises on HIS program?

    > Who advertises on HIS program?

    Honda and a multitude of erectile dysfunction drugs. Then he has the gall to to call BOR's audience old.

    Once again an embarrassment for NBC, pressuring advertisers to drop advertising on another network and then gloating over it. New Murrow indeed.

    Btw, did KO mention the death of Irving R. Levine? Surely Mr Levine was a loyal CD viewer as all deceased respected journalists were.

    Why not do something about it this weekend by emaling UPS.

    I have two more Olbermann Flood links to share, both from NewsBusters.
    From Jeff Poor:
    *Just hours after MSNBC "Hardball" host Chris Matthews calls Rep. Michele Bachmann, R-Minn., the "Mata Hari of Minnesota" and Rolling Stone editor Matt Taibbi says "a guy huffing glue out of a paper bag" was making more sense the Bachmann, MSNBC "Countdown" host Keith Olbermann comes in for clean-up duties.
    On the March 27 broadcast "Countdown," Olbermann confirms that Michele Bachmann Derangement Syndrome is alive and well at MSNBC. Dedicating the top of his show to Bachmann, Olbermann accuses the Minnesota congresswoman of breaking "several serious laws," for suggesting the American people should rise up against some of the liberal nonsense going on in Washington, D.C.
    "The identity of the speaker is unmistakable, but this is not your standard red meat from Michele Bachmann, she may have broken several serious laws," Olbermann said.
    Olbermann, referring to an interview Bachmann did with Sean Hannity earlier in the week [on Sean's radio show --MC], interpreted Bachmann's comments to mean she was inciting physical violence to overthrow the government.
    "The Minnesota Republican, first having called for revolution on Saturday as part of her ‘armed and dangerous' conversation, but by the time she appeared on Sean Hannity`s radio show, Mrs. Bachmann did not say she was speaking metaphorically when she again called for revolution against the, quote, ‘economic Marxism of the Obama administration,'" Olbermann said.
    But, Olbermann didn't rely on his analysis alone. He called on Newsweek's Jonathan Alter to reaffirm his view of Bachmann's alleged indiscretions.
    "We might dismiss this. I mean, Michele Bachmann - it sounds crazy," Olbermann said. "But just because it sounds crazy, does that mean she's not to be held accountable for these things like this? I mean - are there not federal laws which specifically prohibit advocating the violent overthrow of the government of the United States?"
    Alter, not surprisingly, agreed - but he wasn't in favor of enforcing these laws because they would "inhibit free speech."
    "There are. You know, I'm not personally in favor of trying to enforce that because I think it does inhibit free speech and odious speech has to be defended. But what we should call for is what you just mentioned - accountability," Alter said. "If this were a Democrat, we had been saying this, there would immediately have been a lot of calls for the Democratic Party to rein in you know, this whack job on their side of the aisle. We are not seeing those calls right now. We are not seeing Republican leaders in the House of Representatives being called upon to force her to retract those comments."
    So now from MSNBC's insightful analysis we have Michele Bachmann - World War I spy, glue huffer and federal lawbreaker. What's next?*

    Here was Rep. Bachmann on "Hannity" last night:
    The interview begins with 5:27 left.

    And this one's from Noel Sheppard:
    *In today's Tonya Harding Moment, just a week after complaining about Brit Hume's admission that he often used Media Research Center material when prepping for "Special Report" broadcasts, MSNBC's Keith Olbermann actually promoted an anti-Bill O'Reilly campaign started by the George Soros-funded ultra-liberal group Think Progress.
    It appears that since Olbermann's "Countdown" continues to get trounced in the ratings night after night by "The O'Reilly Factor," his new strategy is: If you can't beat 'em, support an organization that is trying to get your competition's advertisers to end their sponsorship.
    Amusingly, Olbermann even seemed proud of himself as he announced during Friday's "Worst Person" segment what most men would be ashamed of (video embedded below the fold):
    ""Our winner, Billo the sad clown who just lost an advertiser. You could have just left it alone. You could have just said nothing when you got called out for addressing a rape victims' support fundraiser after at least twice blaming rape victims one of whom was murdered. But no, you had to go send your stalker producer to hunt down the managing editor of Amanda Terkel to follow her for two hours while she was on vacation as she checked into a hotel on vacation, to ambush her. Tonight begins the comeuppance. contacted the sponsors of O’Reilly’s TV program, asking — not if they support his right-wing stances, his hypocrisy, his racism, his misogyny, his fact-optional approach — but if they could stomach him time after time stalking people who had dared to criticize him in print or online. And tonight, UPS has said enough. Its e-mail to ThinkProgress: "Thank you for sending an e-mail expressing concern about UPS advertising during the Bill O'Reilly show on Fox News. We do consider such comments as we consider ad placement decisions which involve a variety of news, entertainment and sports programming. At this time we have no plans to continue advertising during this show."
    To paraphrase the famous phrase from church, Bill, here begineth the lesson. Bill "What can Brown do for you" O'Reilly, today's worst person in the world!""
    Wow! Tonya Harding would be so proud of you, Keith!
    On the other hand, in a tough economy, what Olbermann accomplished Friday evening might be job security, for he certainly has positioned himself nicely as a "View" co-host once there's an opening.
    Sure did look comfy sitting around that table back in November, didn't he?
    [screencap of Oralmann on "The View" --MC]
    Of course, this would only happen if he was replacing Elizabeth, for Keith typically refuses to be on stage with a conservative no matter how they're outnumbered!
    Who go girl!*

    How many [dings] were in that quote [Ding!]? Billo the sad clown! [Ding!] Stalker producer! [Ding!] Right-wing [Ding!] stances. Hypocrisy! [Ding!] Racism! [Ding!] Misogyny! [Ding!] Fact-optional [Ding!] approach.

    Thanks for link, Count. I've submitted my feedback to UPS. I think others should do the same.

    Does anyone want to laugh when they hear this "what will America be talking about tommorrow, find out now on COUNTDOWN!" Now honest out of the5 stories maybe one and once in a while two of them, are actual new storeis and not some spin from the left wing blogs. I mean really do Americans sit around talking about the evil FNC and its leader (nazi) Bill'o the Clown ( those are his words not mine) really do they NO!!!

    Hey I have a link to an artcile about the cable news ratings:

    NEW YORK (AP) — CNN is poised to finish March third in the prime-time weeknight ratings behind Fox News Channel and MSNBC, the first time this has ever happened for the channel that pioneered the cable news genre nearly three decades ago.

    CNN says its overall business is healthy and it is not straying from its straight news path. But it is suffering more audience erosion than its rivals since the peak days of the presidential election, further proof that the opinionated prime-time shows on Fox and MSNBC have greater audience loyalty.

    CNN's weekday prime-time ratings are relatively flat compared to last year during the primary campaign, up 1 percent from March 2008, according to Nielsen Media Research. Fox's ratings have jumped 30 percent and MSNBC, the new No. 2, is up 24 percent. The biggest growth in cable news is for CNN's partner, Headline News, which is up 62 percent.

    Fox remains on a mountain above its two closest competitors, with its prime-time audience in March more than that of MSNBC and CNN combined. "The O'Reilly Factor" has done particularly well, keeping more of its postelection audience than anything else on CNN and MSNBC.

    Through Wednesday, Fox was averaging 2.73 million prime-time viewers in March. MSNBC had 1.16 million and CNN had 1.14 million. The March ratings period ends Friday, and it's doubtful CNN will be able to overcome MSNBC.

    "The fact that one network may have eked out a slight edge in one small slice of the overall business really doesn't say much of anything," Jon Klein, CNN U.S. president, said on Friday. "It's more clear than ever, given the way that our competitors have positioned themselves, that CNN has positioned itself as the real news network."

    Relying on news, rather than opinion, leaves CNN more susceptible to higher ratings peaks during big stories and lower valleys in routine times. Yet it's hard to consider the present — new president, economic turmoil and two wars — a slow news period.

    CNN's ratings news "is very significant," said Frank Sesno, a former CNN Washington bureau chief and now a professor at George Washington University. "This is a big problem."

    More significant is what CNN's ratings problems mean coupled with the daily drumbeat of layoffs in the newspaper industry, he said. With people more interested in hearing things through an ideological prism as a form of entertainment, it diminishes the value of independent voices giving straight news.

    "It's getting harder to do real journalism on television," Sesno said. "This is `man the ideological barricades.'"

    Fox is ready to start a new venture Monday, "The Fox Nation," which it bills as an online community that believes in "your right to express your views, your values, your voice." Fox representatives would not immediately return a call for comment.

    The most problematic part of CNN's prime-time schedule is Campbell Brown's 8 p.m. show, up against O'Reilly and MSNBC's Keith Olbermann. Brown's audience is smaller than any prime-time show on the three networks, and beneath Nancy Grace's crime hour on Headline News.

    Brown leaves for a six-to-eight week maternity leave following Friday's show, and will be replaced temporarily by Roland Martin. Klein said Brown's show isn't in any danger, noting that it took years for Olbermann and O'Reilly to build their audiences and Brown has been in her job for a year.

    There's been no talk of moving Grace to CNN, he said. Having Grace's crime-oriented show on Headline News allows CNN to keep its focus on being a news network, he said.

    MSNBC's Rachel Maddow is a close third to Larry King, and both are beaten handily by Sean Hannity's new Fox solo show. At the 10 p.m. hour, a rerun of the show Olbermann did two hours earlier has been doing surprisingly well against CNN's "Anderson Cooper 360," leading MSNBC to at least temporarily put on hold any development of a new live show then.

    MSNBC chief executive Phil Griffin said the prime-time ratings are an affirmation of the network's decision to go liberal with Olbermann and Maddow. But he also said it pointed to problems at his rival.

    "They've got the best brand in news," he said. "CNN, that's better than anybody. But you've got to deliver on that — and they're not. It's a hollow promise."

    He compared CNN to ESPN, which started at the same time, saying that, while ESPN has evolved aggressively and remained the leader in sports, CNN hasn't. Their evening lineup of Lou Dobbs, Brown, King and Cooper lacks any consistency or flow, he said.

    "What do they stand for?" he said. "That's their biggest challenge. CNN ain't what it used to be, and that has given us an opening because we stand for something and they don't."

    Klein dismissed Griffin, noting CNN is beating MSNBC handily when the full day — not just prime-time — is taken into account. He said that for March and the year's first three months, it was CNN's best showing since 2003, when the Iraq War started.

    CNN continues to have a greater reach and reputation than its rivals across all platforms, he said.

    "When you have other so-called news networks ceding the field of journalism, we are happy to fill that void," Klein said. "It's working for us."

    Such arrogance on Griffin's part.

    Hey Phil, how long has the experiment being going on? You still have not made a dent in FNC ratings, all you have picked up are those people left winger's that find CNN to moderate and moved your way, its not like you are getting the "middle" of the road people. There are only so many left wing libs out there, and hey PHil if they are not watching you now, will they ever????

    Anyone have thoughts about the two NB links, namely the Team Turkel quote [Ding!] "victory" unquote.

    I forgot the question mark (?), but you know what I meant.


    There are some great comments to read and you can leave our own! It's FUN!

    For those of you that think signing some petition to get Keith Olbermann fired would or could ever work, you have another thing coming. This is total nonsense.
    The best answer to what most of us want is to hammer Keith where it hurts the most and that would be the companies that sponsor his show. (We) Conservatives, middle of the road groups, and many others chose to do this very same thing a few years ago in the greater Cincinnati area. We grouped up and contacted all of the sponsors for the AirAmerica radio show that advertised in the Cincinnati area and let them know that we would no longer be using or buying their products until that radio station cancels and removes airamerica from its station. IT WORKED, GONE, HIT THEM WHERE IT HURTS MOST.
    If only this could be brought up at the Tea Party's that are planned, people could get the word out that they are tired of keith and the direction that he feels this country needs to go in. Keith is an extreme socialist and that's what he wants this country to be. The Maxine Waters of this world need to be removed.

    I agree with SoCalRightist comment of April 11.

    If you read some of the comments on the Olbermann Petition Site, they say the very same thing. No one believes that MSNBC will fire their golden boy, but it's a place for people to vent about Olbermann's moronic behavior, much like this great site, Olbermann Watch.

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