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Ratings: DAYS Hits New Low in Women 18-49 Viewers

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Thursday, November 10, 2011 6:20 PM EDT
(SoapOperaNetwork.com) — Ratings Report for the Week of October 31 - November 4, 2011NOTE: Please do not copy and paste the entire ratings.  Thank you.Numbers are based on Live+Same Day ratings(Compared to Last Week/Compared to Last Year)Total Viewers 1. Y&R 4,252,000 (-215,000/-538,000) 2. B&B 2,966,000 (-214,000/-77,000) 3. OLTL 2,619,000 (+57,000/+251,000) 4. GH 2,393,000 (+20,000/-14,000) 5. DAYS 2,290,000 (-61,000/-136,000)Households 1. Y&R 3.2/11 (-.2/-.2) 2. B&B 2.3/8 (-.1/+.1) 3. OLTL 1.9/6 (same/+.2) 4. GH 1.8/5 (same/+.1) 5. DAYS 1.7/6 (same/-.1)Women 18-49 Viewers 1. Y&R 827,000 (-116,000/-176,000) 2. OLTL 645,000 (-39,000/+22,000) 3. GH 628,000 (-51,000/-154,000) 4. DAYS 566,000 (-45,000/-94,000) <----- new low * 5. B&B 546,000 (-90,000/-72,000)* Previous low: 567,000 (August 1-5, 2011)Women 18-49 Rating 1. Y&R 1.3/8 (-.2/-.2) <----- ties low 2. GH 1.0/6 (-.1/-.2) 2. OLTL 1.0/6 (-.1/+.1) 4. DAYS 0.9/6 (-.1/-.1) <----- ties low 4. B&B 0.9/5 (-.1/same)Girls 12-17 Viewers 1. OLTL 61,000 (+3,000/+41,000) 2. Y&R 33,000 (-10,000/-15,000) 3. GH 22,000 (-11,000/-10,000) 4. B&B 20,000 (-15,000/-18,000) 5. DAYS 14,000 (-4,000/-18,000)Women 18-34 Rating 1. OLTL 0.6/4 (-.1/same) 2. Y&R 0.5/4 (-.2/-.3) <----- ties low 2. DAYS 0.5/3 (-.1/-.2) 4....
In an effort to save costs before uprooting the show to more permanent digs, sources have confirmed to Soap Opera Network that Prospect Park and its Online Network (TOLN) division have sealed a deal with the Disney/ABC Television Group to continue filming "One Life to Live" at its current ABC Television Center Studio in New York City located at 320 W 66th Street.

Nationwide EAS Test Scheduled for Today

Wednesday, November 9, 2011 12:43 PM EDT
As we first reported back in June, this afternoon (Wednesday, November 9), the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Association (NOAA), will be conducting their first ever nationwide test of the Emergency Alert System at about 2:00pm ET. During the test, all regularly scheduled programming on television, cable, satellite, and radio will be pre-empted. However, while the test was originally scheduled to last as long as three and one half minutes, it should now last only about thirty seconds. That is good news for soap fans, especially for those of "One Life to Live," who have seen their soap interrupted countless times over the years for breaking news and weather coverage by both ABC and their local affiliates.