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* In "Executive helps cable news giant face fresh challenges, out-Fox rivals," (AA, May 30), it should have been reported that CNN beat Fox News in ratings for breaking news events during certain hours those events occurred, not for the full day . Fox’s ratings beat CNN’s on March 11, the day in which the Atlanta courtroom shootings occurred; CNN beat Fox’s ratings during the 11 a.m. hour on March 12, when the news broke of Brian Nichols’ capture. To put May’s 25-54 viewers into perspective, Fox averaged 332,000 in primetime and 238,000 in total day; CNN averaged 179,000 in primetime and 117,000 in total day; and CNN Headline News averaged 127,000 in primetime and 94,000 in total day. For April’s 25-54 viewers, Fox averaged 383,000 in primetime and 263,000 in total day; CNN averaged 277,000 in primetime and 176,000 in total day; CNN Headline News averaged 93,000 in primetime and 99,0000 in total day.

* In "GMA eyes ad pot as it closes in on Today," (AA, May 30), it should have been reported that "Today" gets an estimated $70,000 per :30, not $70 million.

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