“More Youthful Story Selection” At ABC

By Brian 

Andrew Tyndall knows why World News has beat Nightly News twice this month:

“NBC has a harder newscast and is more Washington, D.C.-oriented. ABC does more family stories, more women-oriented stories… and has a slightly younger audience. There’s a more youthful story selection at ABC,” Tyndall says in today’s New York Post.

Michael Starr notes that viewers don’t have to watch Nightly News on TV anymore — it’s available on MSNBC.com — but no one knows “how many people watch the evening newscasts on the Internet…”