Today in Camera: Camera Believes C-Span’s Estimate of its Ratings
Whenever we get an Emergency System Test, weekly, bi-weekly, tri-weekly, the default return station is C-Span for two seconds, before returning to the good programs, such as reruns of Mission Impossible (it didn’t seem like such a cheaply made show back then). Those vital two seconds are crucial to C-Span’s viewer numbers, I suspect.
However, Camera accepts that 10 percent of Americans actually get their news and information from this show.
Paulians call in, take the soap box until they are told to ask a question. Camera is upset that the Paulians’ positions are not challenged. But to do that, there could be no guests. There could be no host, except one willing to spend every single day challenging Paulians.
That Camera even mentions this could increase viewers by three or four.
In other words, no news today.