Wednesday Ratings: Both The Voice and X Factor Take a Hit

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Both The Voice and X Factor took a hit last night, but The Voice had a bigger drop.  Nashville is up 2 points from last week, which is good news for the 1st year drama. Unfortunately, Chicago Fire, an NBC freshman drama, beat it this week.

VIA TVByTheNumbers

On NBC, The Voice earned a 3.7 rating, way down from last Tuesday’s 4.6 adults 18-49 rating.  On FOX, X Factor earned a 2.6, down a tenth from last week’s 2.7 adults 18-49 rating. On CBS, Survivor: Philippines scored a  2.7, up two tenths from last week’s 2.5 adults 18-49 rating. Nashville garnered a 2.0, up two tenths from last week’s series low 1.8 18-49 rating.

8:00PM

NBC The Voice (8-10PM) 3.7 10 10.41
ABC The Middle 2.8 8 9.11
CBS Survivor: Philippines 2.7 7 10.25
FOX The X Factor (8-10 PM) 2.6 7 6.99
CW Arrow 1.3 4 3.69

8:30PM

ABC The Neighbors 2.1 6 6.98

9:00 PM

ABC Modern Family 4.7 12 12.287
CBS Criminal Minds 3.0 8 12.03
CW Supernatural 1.0 2 2.31

9:30PM

ABC Suburgatory 2.9 7 7.64

10:00PM

CBS CSI 2.3 6 10.31
NBC Chicago Fire 2.3 6 7.09
ABC Nashville 2.0 5 6.01

Half Hour Breakdown via Marc Berman

8:00 p.m.

ABC – The Middle
Viewers: 9.10 million (#3), A18-49: 2.8/ 8 (#2)

CBS – Survivor: Philippines
Viewers: 10.01 million (#1), A18-49: 2.6/ 7 (#3)

NBC – The Voice
Viewers: 9.79 million (#2), A18-49: 3.3/ 9 (#1)

Fox – The X Factor
Viewers: 6.48 million (#4), A18-49: 2.3/ 7 (#4)

CW – Arrow
Viewers: 3.69 million (#5), A18-49: 1.3/ 4 (#5)

———-

8:30 p.m.

ABC – The Neighbors
Viewers: 6.98 million (#4), A18-49: 2.1/ 6 (#4)

CBS – Survivor: Philippines
Viewers: 10.50 million (#2), A18-49: 2.9/ 8 (#2)

NBC – The Voice
Viewers: 10.52 million (#1), A18-49: 3.7/10 (#1)

Fox – The X Factor
Viewers: 7.36 million (#3), A18-49: 2.7/ 7 (#3)

CW – Arrow
Viewers: 3.69 million (#5), A18-49: 1.3/ 3 (#5)

———-

9:00 p.m.

ABC – Modern Family
Viewers: 12.29 million (#1), A18-49: 4.7/12 (#1)

CBS – Criminal Minds
Viewers: 11.85 million (#2), A18-49: 3.0/ 7 (#3)

NBC – The Voice
Viewers: 10.62 million (#3), A18-49: 4.0/10 (#2)

Fox – The X Factor
Viewers: 7.19 million (#4), A18-49: 2.7/ 7 (#4)

CW – Supernatural
Viewers: 2.54 million (#5), A18-49: 1.1/ 3 (#5)

———-

9:30 p.m.

ABC – Suburgatory
Viewers: 7.64 million (#3), A18-49: 2.9/ 7 (#3)

CBS – Criminal Minds
Viewers: 12.21 million (#1), A18-49: 3.1/ 8 (#2)

NBC – The Voice
Viewers: 10.71 million (#2), A18-49: 4.0/10 (#1)

Fox – The X Factor
Viewers: 6.94 million (#4), A18-49: 2.7/ 7 (#4)

CW – Supernatural
Viewers: 2.10 million (#5), A18-49: 0.9/ 2 (#5)

———-

10:00 p.m.

ABC – Nashville
Viewers: 6.26 million (#3), A18-49: 2.1/ 6 (#3)

CBS – CSI
Viewers: 10.35 million (#1), A18-49: 2.4/ 6 (#2t)

NBC – Chicago Fire
Viewers: 7.39 million (#2), A18-49: 2.4/ 6 (#2t)

———-

10:30 p.m.

ABC – Nashville
Viewers: 5.76 million (#3), A18-49: 1.9/ 5 (#3)

CBS – CSI
Viewers: 10.27 million (#1), A18-49: 2.3/ 6 (#1)

NBC – Chicago Fire
Viewers: 6.77 million (#2), A18-49: 2.1/ 6 (#2)

Source: Nielsen Media Research data

 
  • Valentin432

    That makes me think of the Season 10 finale when people were arguing about the all country finale being the reason for ratings dropping on the top 2 show.

    It was quite clear at the time that changing the day of the show was the main reason, just like it is this week with The Voice

    I don’t know where X Factor will end up at the end of the season, but this numbers are beginning to look mediocre.

  • harvestmoon

    X Factor finished FOURTH?!  In both the demo, and overall?  Ouch.

    I expected that The Voice would do better than X Factor head-to-head like this, but I guess I didn’t realize that X Factor would also be beaten by the shows on CBS and ABC.

    The fact that X Factor took only a small dip from last week is poor consolation considering how low its numbers from last week were.

  • Listening

    I’m actually annoyed that The Voice is doing better than X-Factor in regards to ratings b/c I think X- Factor is better. I like X- Factor’s contestants better, they have potential stars on the show.While the voice has a bunch of forgettable boring people.

    The thing I preferred the voice to every other reality show was the Blake Sheldon and Adam cuteness. But that’s gone, now Adam is too busy picking on Cee Lo and it’s uncomfortable. So currently Demi and Simon has become my favorite reality judge pairing. Though I must admit Demi was really bugging me by being overly defensive of her acts. She took nothing Simon said seriously it was like a big joke to her. He’s right Demi he’s not just picking on you your doing your acts an injustice by not listening. He’s actually trying to help you make them better.

    Now back to the ratings war which looks more like a beat down. Though The Voice dropped more percentage wise I think they’ll be fine since they’re whooping up on X-Factor. I predict X-Factor running to a different time slot w/ it’s tail between it’s legs.

  • bahogbugan_simj

    X-Factor still got squished on its own timeslot LOL

    i thought The Voice’s second liveshow was weaker than its first but still infinitely more watchable than the blinding light eyesore of X-Factor’s stage that’s swallowing its own contestants.  that’s star power there alright

    i guess the lesser drop comparison is a consolation for X-Factor even if they’re still struggling at the demo.  probably means they have already established some sort of built-in audience (but still losing some of it to the other shows including The Voice LOL)

  • fantoo1

    She took nothing Simon said seriously it was like a big joke to her.

    I stopped taking him seriously after he pimped a mediocre vocalist to victory on idol. Or when he pimped that terrible girl last year(Tiah). Maybe she feels the same way lol.

    It’s been said before, but it’s hard to look at these numbers and feel sorry for Simon-he did it to himself.

  • OffLeash

    It wasn’t The Voice normal schedule, and it still beat the crap out of XF that aired in its regular time slot. Where is the rise in the ratings some people were predicting for the XF once the live shows started? Looks like the ratings keep diving instead. Ouch! 

  • Reflects On Life

    LOL at a crusty old show like Survivor beating out both the singing shows. (Who keeps watching Survivor?  How many different ways can you skin a cat?). 
    Does Survivor normally beat out the singing show it’s competing against?  Is this only because there were 2 shows splitting viewers?

    Ironically, having 2 shows the same night brought me to the tv set. I almost never watch the singing shows live on TV (I always catch the videos either on this site or on YT/DM/HL).  But with both shows on, it was worth my time to watch live, and just channel-flipped between the 2 shows during commercials or intros.

  • fantoo1

    We can’t use Halloween or Sandy as an excuse for the falling ratings anymore either.

    The Season 11 idol ratings don’t look so bad anymore, huh?

  • girlygirltoo

    None of these ratings are anything to get very excited about, but The Voice’s numbers (in terms of viewers) went up every 1/2 hour. XF’s numbers peaked in the 2nd half hour and then declined in each of the next 2 1/2 hour periods. So that suggests that The Voice is better able to keep people interested as the show progresses. I think maybe the OTT quality of XF may wear on people’s nerves a lot faster than the more low-key style of The Voice does?

  • http://twitter.com/happylittlefish Amy Beth

    Fun with numbers–The Voice kept building, ever so slightly during the night, but the X-Factor’s viewership peaked at 8:30 pm.

  • girlygirltoo

    I am very interested to see what happens tonight. If 1D can’t get XF a ratings victory, then the show may be in real trouble.

  • Axxxel

    Is Chicago Fire still using Adam Lambert’s  version of “Ring of Fire “  ???

  • http://twitter.com/happylittlefish Amy Beth

    Jinx!

  • Hazehel

    I don’t really watch US X-Factor, just the occasional clips here, but I do think this season looks better than last season from the few clips that I’ve seen.  Not sure why they aren’t doing better, but both American Idol and X-Factor UK have evolved through many seasons to suit local tastes, X-Factor USA didn’t have the time to do that, and with more competition, it’s harder for them to do that.  I think they made some mistakes in the first season (the tone just doesn’t seem quite right), never formed a big enough fan base to keep the momentum going for the second season.

    If it doesn’t get better, I see X-Factor USA getting cancelled.  If they had renewed the show next season (have they?) then it might be the last if it does’t improve.  They should get rid of the 5 million prize since it doesn’t appear to be a draw to the viewer.

    Having said that, if I have singing voice and  want to enter into a TV singing competition, I’d probably go to American Idol (more chance of future success) or X-Factor USA (huge cash prize), and not The Voice.  Not sure why people want to be contestants in The Voice really –  the prize is rather paltry, and there’s little chance of future success, so why bother?  I think it was John Mayer who said that people who entered into such competition have no self-respect  (he was talking about American Idol, but would apply equally to other singing shows).   There is some truth in that you do have to sacrifice some of your self-respect to publicly submit yourself to this process of being publicly judged  (and possibly suffer ridicule) by other people, it’s  not quite what an “artist” should do.  You have more to lose then gain by joining The Voice.

  • OffLeash

    With 1D’s popularity, you’d think it’s a given XF will beat the crap out of The Voice tonight. Not that it’s gonna make me watch XF tonight, btw, I simply cannot stomach that show. 

  • fantoo1

    Has 1D proven to help shows with ratings? Because Justin Bieber couldn’t even help the judges house episodes.

  • fuzzywuzzy

    “X-Factor still got squished on its own timeslot LOL”

    “squished” is a great description. It conjures up an image of a giant shoe (or the giant “Voice hand with the mic”) grinding down on Simon until he’s flat as a pancake. lol

  • fuzzywuzzy

    “Though I must admit Demi was really bugging me by being overly defensive
    of her acts. She took nothing Simon said seriously it was like a big
    joke to her. He’s right Demi he’s not just picking on you your doing
    your acts an injustice by not listening. He’s actually trying to help
    you make them better.”

    I agree, but at the same time, I understand Demi’s attitude towards Simon because in the past he’s BS’ed just to push his own acts ahead. She’s having trouble believing that he’s being sincere, and I don’t blame her. Unfortunately, I do think that Simon is right about Cece and Jennel, and I hope that Demi comes to realize that.

  • chillj

    The difference between the Voice and X Factor is that The Voice makes me feel like a better person:  The Voice is generally positive about people and X Factor generally isn’t.  The Voice sees the good and X FActor sees the opportunity to goof on someone.

  • fuzzywuzzy

    That’s a very good point. There’s still a “mocking” kind of vibe to some of the X-Factor and for me, that’s a turn off. The Voice coaches at least try to give some kind of constructive criticism and recognize the positive aspects and strengths of contestants, even while pointing out flaws.

  • Whatiswrongwithus

    This is really, really odd….. I was just commenting back in the previous X factor thread that if the interest in these shows are indicated by comments on this blog, then X factor should be leading in ratings. Because X factor recaps had generated 200+ comments while the Voice only had 50+??!!

    Not saying that ratings just comes from this blog of course. But another poster pointed out that X factor overall has more subscribers and followers when it’s only their 2nd season, compared to the Voice in its 3rd season! I mean, it does seem X factor generates more buzz. So then WHO’s watching the Voice????!! LOL.

  • OffLeash

    I came to the conclusion a long time ago that the amount of posts generated by certain shows or artists here isn’t at all an accurate reflection of the interest generated in the “real” world. That’s the bubble for you. ;)

  • elliegrll

    It’s not odd.  Only a fraction of the people who follow any show are going to bother following it online, or commenting about it.  After a show ends, most people are going to go on with their regular lives.  We know from the AI stats that at the most only 1 to 2% of viewers actually take the time out to vote.  For most people these are just television shows.

  • http://profile.yahoo.com/XDQP2Y46M5B3OHOKALDDGDHQCM Leandro

    Yep. Maybe that’s because they have 4 judges who are good singers on The Voice and know about singing while on X-Factor the only singer is mediocre at best and I bet doesn’t even know her voice too much about her own voice yet.

  • http://twitter.com/Sassycatz Sassycatz

    I think it was John Mayer who said that people who entered into such
    competition have no self-respect  (he was talking about American Idol,
    but would apply equally to other singing shows). There is some truth
    in that you do have to sacrifice some of your self-respect to publicly
    submit yourself to this process of being publicly judged  (and possibly
    suffer ridicule) by other people, it’s  not quite what an “artist”
    should do.

    I don’t know what John Mayer was referencing if he said entering such a competition shows you have no self-respect. But, I don’t agree that submitting yourself to being judged publicly is somehow “above” a real artist. “Artists” submit themselves to public judgment every time they create material for public consumption, perform, promote themselves, etc. That’s part and parcel of their job, otherwise they’re creating in a cave and no one will ever appreciate their artistry. It’s like writing a novel and then stashing it in a drawer. Does that make you an author? Only having faith in your talent, gathering the courage to submit yourself to public *and* critical judgment of your work, and doing all you can do to responsibly promote it makes you a professional. Otherwise, you’re an amateur and you might as well get another job.

  • http://profile.yahoo.com/XDQP2Y46M5B3OHOKALDDGDHQCM Leandro

    People who just want to hear some good singing. At the end of the day, if the buzz doesn’t translate to ratings, it’s useless.

  • mtthew

    xfactor should become a summer show… i think it will be less crowded and people might be more inclined to watch it since there would be less singing show competition.

  • OffLeash

    The comments of the coaches on The Voice are the kind of comments I expect but don’t get from the other main talent show judges.

  • OffLeash

    I don’t think the XF’s problem is the scheduling. The show simply doesn’t connect with American viewers because too many people find the whole concept and vibe a real turn-off.

  • fuzzywuzzy

    I know that I’m still cringing from the meltdowns that Rachel and Drew had on live television last year when they were eliminated from the X-Factor. I felt crappy after watching that. 

  • tripp_ncwy

    The Voices also has 4 judges that are a lot more interesting to watch regardless of the contestants on the show.  Xfactor seems to be becoming all about Demi & Simon (the new Simon & Paula) because LA Reid & Britney are quickly becoming irrelevant on the show.

  • http://twitter.com/ronnydias Ronny Dias

    I have to disagree with you.

    Nowadays, most of the breaking through of a new artist comes from the ability to promote yourself and make yourself known, even before signing to a record company.

    Probably because there are so many different ways to buy music, they’d rather spend time and money in someone who has proven to get some attention from the public.

    And since videos on YT may take too long to get noticed (IF they ever do, btw, due to the outrageous number of wannabe singers out there!), the singing competition shows are, at least, free publicity.

    If I ever were to try out on one of these shows, I’d definitely choose one focused on talent, rather than spending an awful amount of time making fun of the poor hopefuls that were led to believe they actually have any talent at all, whether by their mothers or by their total lack of hearing.

    Hence, The Voice seems to be the best shot most of them will ever have at making themselves stand out of the crowd.

  • yaddabing

    XF is still far inferior to the UK version to me. I haven’t watched the UK closely enough this year to get a feel on the talent and judges, but the production is still miles ahead. It’s top-notch, but subdued and classy. The US is one mess with as many lights, pyro and fog machines they can fit on stage.

    The UK production is what I’m hoping they’ll bring to Idol this year.

  • Hazehel

    Artists” submit themselves to public judgment every time they create material for public consumption, perform, promote themselves, etc. That’s part and parcel of their job, otherwise they’re creating in a cave and no one will ever appreciate their artistry.

    Ah, no.  An artist creates things he or she loves, not to monetary gain or public approval (it’s not really true of course in the real world, but it’s an illusion artists likes to keep).  They want respect from other artists and critics, not some pop impressarios with bad taste in music like Simon Cowell. What they certainly don’t want to do is to subject themselves to criticism them for wearing the wrong clothes, or that they have no charisma (since it’s completely subjective and what’s charisma to Simon Cowell is not charisma to me), or that they are “pitchy, dawg”, by judges for whom they might not have the greatest respected.  There is a difference between an run-of-the-mill pop singer and someone who fancy him or herself an artist.  (And John Mayer would fancy himself an artist, someone with credibility rather than a pop act churned out by Simon Cowell with zero artistic credibility.)

  • elliegrll

    You think that Wagner, Jedward, Ryland, Kitty, Goldie and dozens more are classy or subdued?  The UK version is just as loud as the US version, and the emphasis is on the performance and not the singing.  That show has some good singers, but they are often over looked in favor of those who have the biggest personalities.  Example, Rylan still being on the show this year.  Or, I should say that they are overlooked by the producers, while the winners seem to be the same type of people who win American Idol.

  • http://twitter.com/cara_lee pj

    I’m not going to proclaim The Voice the best thing since sliced bread. I haven’t been watching X Factor enough to even make a comparison. I know I didn’t like X-Factor last year and the random parts I’ve seen this year don’t convince me otherwise.  As for Idol, I didn’t watch last year because my house was robbed and I couldn’t watch online.  What could I watch online?  The Voice.  Plus, I confess I’ve always been on Team Christina over Team Britney.  She is a woman who is in control of herself and she can sing.

  • Valentin432

    I’ve watched some X Factor this year, I just think the talent is terrible except for the teenagers who I will never be that interested to watch.

    Simon has become completely irrelevant, I’ve always said that X Factor Simon was completely different than Idol Simon (at least the early years), he’s just lavishing praise on bad acts. What made him special was that you had to earn a praise from him, nowadays his word isn’t changing any opinion.

    The Voice has become more of a game show to me, they’ve multiplied the gimmicks to make the show more “exciting”, and now that we finally got the the voting stages the talent is pretty good IMO.

    TBH, I have a harder time watching these shows, the gender disparity has become so wide, it became less interesting to me.

  • Mateja Praznik

    Each X Factor UK cast has some real contenders, some fodder and some joke acts. Yep, fodder is usually sacrificed to keep the joke acts in. Fodder acts might sing better than joke acts, but they have less spark than the joke contestants. Joke acts are there to entertain people and bring some controversy to the show.

    It seems completely reasonable for Rylan to still be in the competition. Both Carolynne and Kye were clear fodder material, with no value for the show or Syco. In the end, the chosen circle of contenders will battle it out for the top spots.

    Oh and last year’s X Factor UK winners don’t seem the same type than American Idol winners. Little Mix are a girlband and American Idol winners are solo males.

  • Hazehel

    And since videos on YT may take too long to get noticed (IF they ever do, btw, due to the outrageous number of wannabe singers out there!), the singing competition shows are, at least, free publicity

    What you are missing here is respect.  The truth is that reality shows contestants are not really respected (some radio stations may not play their music, many music critics won’t even consider their music releases worth reviewing, etc.), and you lose some of the respect and credibility you might have by appearing in those shows.
    The point about appearing in these shows is that, of course, there is a trade-off.  In Idol you do get a reasonable chance of having short-term success, and with that the possibility of longer-term success, even if few people achieved that.  You can eventually earned the respect and credibility if you become successful enough.  With X-Factor, who gives a shit about credibility if you can have 5 million dollars in your bank account?   With The Voice, you lose some of your respect and credibility, but get no better chance of success (I think Javier Colon’s first album from before he appeared in The Voice sold better than the one he released after The Voice), so what’s the point? It’s not as if anyone will be swimming in money if they win the show?   

  • blackberryharvest

    Most of the X Factor UK winners are solo males. A girl has still won Idol more than a girl has won X Factor UK.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_ACMLXLYSSX73RNYQOUZWSO2I4U Enough already!

    I do watch Survivor on occasion, but will never miss new episodes of Criminal MInds or CSI for a singing competition.    Especially the X Factor, which seems to be all stage and no staging.  I watched Jason Brock on your video Mj and IMO he doesn’t hold a candle to Adam.  Love your recaps.  Thanks.

  • elliegrll

    Oh and last year’s X Factor UK winners don’t seem the same type than American Idol winners. Little Mix are a girlband and American Idol winners are solo males.

    So we are going to ignore that there have been four female winners on AI, or the fact that they don’t have groups?  My point is that the UK audience seems to vote for winners who have a similar singing style as the US winners.  The winners haven’t been the ones who are there because of their personalities, example Cher Lloyd.  They have been the ones who are usually more subdued.  

  • yaddabing

    I didn’t mention anything about acts. Just the production values.

    Take Rylan for example. From a production standpoint, his performance was better than majority of the US acts this week (I fast forwarded through 95% of the show so I can’t compare vocals and other stuff). I just think the UK production is a lot more cleaner and sleeker than the US, something I thought Simon would fix this year.

    I know some of the performances can be OTT, but most of them come from the OTT/joke contestants.

  • http://profile.yahoo.com/JC5VIWKY7SZ67OVWR2ISVCWYKY Brian

    Survivor fans stay pretty steady.  I generally try to watch X Factor, The Voice and Survivor, but I tried to watch Survivor mostly last night, as it is easy to catch up on performances of the other shows later.  One of the best Survivor episodes in history too.

  • http://profile.yahoo.com/JC5VIWKY7SZ67OVWR2ISVCWYKY Brian

    There is such a miniscule chance someone can win ANY of these competitions, but for an aspiring artist, just getting on them is HUGE exposure.  They get to perform in front of 8-15 million people they would have otherwise likely never have gotten to perform for.  You’re saying people will lose respect for you but otherwise these people would have never heard of you.  There is somewhat of a chance, people like you or hear you or someone thinks you has talent they can work with.  Trying out for these shows is mostly in the hopes of increasing exposure to further your hope of having somewhat of a career in the music industry.  Most people aren’t doing it for buckets of money but because it is their dream.

  • Hazehel

     Trying out for these shows is mostly in the hopes of increasing exposure to further your hope of having somewhat of a career in the music industry.  

    You might say that those who appear in Idol, but The Voice?  No.  Many of those who appear on The Voice like Javier already have semi-established career, yet so far none from The Voice has been successful after the show, so you can say that it does nothing for the career of those who appear on it.   Exposure on The Voice doesn’t appear to do you any good. 

  • http://profile.yahoo.com/JC5VIWKY7SZ67OVWR2ISVCWYKY Brian

    Rarely any of these contestants are going to be mega stars any more, with the over saturation of these shows, but even if you have a semi established career, being seen on these shows with millions watching is going to help more than it is going to hurt.  

    For example, Angel Taylor was on the Voice last year and I had loved her VH1 video hit “Like You Do” from a few years back but hadn’t heard from her again.  When she reappeared, I was able to locate her on twitter and now can be notified of any future songs she records.  It may not be much, but is exposure and can lead to connection with new or old fans.  She didn’t even make it out of the battle rounds, but nonetheless, I follow her career, and it appeared she re-connected with many fans who had remembered her from that video.

  • http://twitter.com/ronnydias Ronny Dias

    I assume an artist would be willing to give The Voice a try after struggling for long enough to realize that having talent doesn’t always open the doors to the yellow brick road of success.

    Javier, as well as Jermaine and many other contestants, had been dealing with it for sometime. He had released three albums before auditioning for The Voice in the hopes that the show would give him a better chance of making it.

    Unfortunately for him and for many others to come, things don’t always turn out as expected, specially in a business so fickle as the music industry, where many talented people often see themselves on top of the world one day and are shown the door the next one.

    Anyway, I see your point there.

  • Hazehel

    Rarely any of these contestants are going to be mega stars any more, 

    Seriously, no one expects mega stars coming out from The Voice (for that matter no one even expect mega stars from Idol now), just at least one mini star, but I don’t think The Voice even managed that.  

  • http://twitter.com/Sassycatz Sassycatz

    Ah, no.  An artist creates things he or she loves, not to monetary gain
    or public approval (it’s not really true of course in the real world,
    but it’s an illusion artists like to keep).

    One can’t live on illusions, Miss Havisham!

    They want respect from
    other artists and critics, not some pop impressarios with bad taste in
    music like Simon Cowell.

    The respect of other artists and critics is nice, but I think having the interest and admiration of the public would be the most important thing for your work. In fact, for some artists, it’s the public who draws the attention of critics and other artists to an up and coming act.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_NDYOWBIIPZU6PBRHGOPT2ZZJXQ sweetmm

    Have to say NBC had chosen the best slot of Mondays & Tuesdays to ensure good ratings for TVoice.