Trump's 'Apprentice' Premiere Garners Healthy Viewership

The so called "smart reality series," "The Apprentice, in which 16 people who actually have a brain and compete to win a $250K per year job running a Trump company, drew healthy numbers for its premiere on Thursday. The show was watched by 18.5 million viewers according to Nielsen television ratings. It succeeded in crushing the "Prime Time Thursday" interview with Pete Rose but couldn't topple CSI which was watched by 27.5 million.

by Steve Hall    Jan-10-04    

Radar Magazine Off to Tough Start

Radar Magazine was supposed to the next hot gossip (excuse me, literary) magazine. Founder Maer Roshan put out two issues and has since not published another. Gawker has the tale of a subscriber who woke up one day eight months after subscribing and realized he hadn't receive a single issue.

by Steve Hall    Jan-10-04    

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