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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - January 7, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa Television Today ____ By Hick On Hrow Grassroot Ratings Save HOLLYWOOD (DPI) _ relatively consistent video ratings indkalc national are definitely some major K3UBMMB Terences of (lie rcvcluihuts taste is llmt tliere is clearly no ovtrridiiiji correlation .1 sophisticated audience the big-city audiences televiewers York or Los BRR J New viewers in these jm (lily and give ;i bigger to culturally oriented .Stalls I i c a broadcasts, there are nftlSB figures of times when DU UROW two series audience particular, CHS -TV's in this Waltons" and television "Walt Disney have lung since proof of this the word Neither show, for referring to viewers is a major weekly ratings hit in New York, but both arc regions. These executives know you can be just successes in the national in a Manhattan or Los Angeles apartment "The Waltons" never as on a have become the smash it is without the backing of Center grassroots New Strain of Early ratings for the show in New York and Los Angeles were disastrous. Then (UPI) The National Center for Disease steadily began lo move up in Ihc statistical competition. Still, New York wasn't buying it, and Los Angeles was (NCDC) says the first laboratory-confirmed cases of a new type of Hong Kong flu have aeen reported in Georgia going overboard for it The cases involved the virus, a different Yet the phenomenal rise the old Asian and "The Waltons" continued, now it regularly the NCDC said among video's are isolated and no of the influenza-like The Now York ratings have been reported in "The Waltons" have proved, but the show probably be canceled if CBS-TV made a programming decision based solely on Views Tourney From Hospital figures. Los Angeles now Calif. close to the national Crosby, hospitalized for the with pleurisy, was As for the weekly in good spirits as program, it, too, might be a telecast of the candidate for cancellation Pro-Am golf tourney NBC-TV made a schedule normally hosts at cision based strictly on New York ratings. But crooner's condition grassroots audience sat sfactory, the this series a at Peninsula entry. Los Angeles KCRG-TV, Cedar WOC.-TV, WMT-TV, Cedar VYKBT, La KWWUTV, KROC-TY, KlIN-TV. Iowa Des KTVO, Otiumwa WHBH-TY, Rock 9-Let's Make Deal As World Turns Three on Match Electric Company World Turns Eyewitness Sunr World Turns Action Three on Match News, Weather, As World Turns Where There's o Will News, Weather, Sunr se Three-on Match Movie News, Weather, Let's Make Deal 6 O'clock Edition News, Spts., News, Weather, __ CBS Mewlywed Game News, Weather, __ Llaht News Days of Lives In School CBS Newlywed Game Inside Guiding Light Days ol Lives 6 ouldlna Lloht Andy Griffith To Tell Romper Days of Lives Newlywed Game Santorrt and Son Let's Make In My Life Duslv's Trail Hollywood Squares Nashville New Zoo Revue Capt. Edge of Nlghl Doctors 3-Glrl In My Lite Bobby Goldsboro Santord and Son To Be Scsan 4-Copt. Night Doctors 8-Edoeof NJQht Doctors 40-GlrllnMyLlfe Let's Make a Deal General Hospital Price Is Rlaht Mike Another World General Hospital Lotsa Price Is Rlaht Another World Lotsa Is Right Lotsa Wild Another World Another World General Hospital One Life To Live Match Game How To Survive Dr. One Life To Live ABC Match Game "Last of the How To Survive Here's NBC Match Game "Defiant How To Survive ABC "Lost of the How To Survive Ail One Lite To Live Here's In NBC Lovci American Sty e "Dctlant Secret Storm NBC Somerset' Engineering ABC Love, American Sly "Lust of the Mike Douglas Somerset Secret Storm 2-DlckVan Somerset Seven Love Somerset Dick Von Dracfv Medico! Hollywood Squares Love of Island Washington Mrnlatil Medical Center fl-Mcdlcol Hollywood Squares Hollywood Squares Brady Bunch What's My Line 12-Brldge All My Children Cartoons Theater :00 Pasiword Youno and Dragnet Not for Women Only Floppy Jackpot Action News Wcnthcf, Jockpo You no and Star Trek Dtiyfil NlOtit 3-News, Weather, Spts. 13-Jockpot Bonanza Mlstcrogcrs 3-Nol for Women Only A- 10 O'clock Edition B-Nrws, Spts.. Dlo Valley A_Mcrv Grltlln -News, Weather, 11-News. Wcatticr, Split Second Stcir Trek Munstcrs 13-Mcrv Grlifln Rcwltchnd Street V-C11S Mnkc Deal "Glalinl Oonnnin lo World ?-AOCNOWS M Ovi Consequences 7_nrngnot 0-Newslonlurcs "Global J-GIIUoan's Isltiml Consequences Wldo World Hews J-II'I Your lockets Hit Compound at Phnom PHNOM PENH (AP) Insur- Iowa Commerce Commission e n t gunners rocketed the Chairman Maurice Van Nos- hnom Penh airport coi londay, but there were lediato reports of iisualtics. Five lo seven miles northwest I
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