Wednesday, June 15, 2011

NEWS: Top May Web Brands, Fewer Channels, Jessica Heap

May 2011: Top U.S. Web Brands
During May 2011 Google was the most visited website in the U.S. with 155 million unique visitors from home and work computers. The most visited sites among U.S. web users remained largely the same as the month before, while Apple switched positions with Wikipedia to become the 8th most visited site.

Overall web activity increased slightly in May, and among the Top 10 sites Apple witnessed the highest increase in monthly visitors, with more than 5.7 percent more uniques during May. Facebook also increased unique U.S. visitors by 4.7 percent compared to the prior month, with average visitors spending slightly less time (-0.8%) on their website in May.

Lost In Translation: Five British Things Americans Don’t Understand

Monday night cable ratings
SECRET LIFE - 3.1 million viewers, SWITCHED AT BIRTH - 2.9 million, SINGLE LADIES - 1.9 million

Will Economic Pressures Force Cable Operators To Offer Fewer Channels?
At a panel this morning for the opening session of the National Cable & Telecommunications Association's National Cable Show in Chicago several members of the audience applauded when Time Warner Cable CEO Glenn Britt said operators should begin to offer a low priced service with fewer channels than they have in their expanded basic cable packages.

Jessica Heap joins the cast of THE YOUNG AND THE RESTLESS
Heap will play a slightly SORASed Eden when she makes her debut on Tuesday, June 28.

Jonathan Jackson's real life son to appear on GENERAL HOSPITAL
Jackson (Lucky) tells Soaps In Depth that he and his wife, Lisa (ex-Hannah), have agreed to let the soap use their youngest son, 8-month-old Titus Gabriel, play baby Aiden! "It could be really fun," says the proud pop. Look for the youngest Jackson to make his television debut next month.

The 10 Most Memorable ’90s TV Theme Songs

Showtime buys a TV series about the last hospital on Earth
While very little is known about the project, it is being described as Mad Max meets M.A.S.H. which sounds like a dreamy mash up of genres.

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