The importance of Talk Shows in the United States has become a popular trend… but not for this legends. Marketing is an important factor for their success due to the fact that strategies, brand management, market share and more things are very important to keep growing. Let’s see a few examples.
When someone brings news to you- you should investigate its credibility first (Quran).
Oprah Winfrey ranked #4 celebrity on The World’s 100 Most Powerful Celebrities. With a Bachelor in Arts and Science at the Tennessee State University, she holds one of the most views Talk Shows in the world. Now appearing on important movies like The Butler or Selma, she surely has made an impact in modern societies.Since 1986 till 2011. Her influence on society’s lifestyle impulsed people’s interest to keep informed and aware of common issues.
- #11 in Money
- #81 in Press
- #23 in Social
- #14 Power Women
Next we have Dr. Phil that started since 2002. Tv by the numbers has shown us that his Talk Show is ranked number 12 in March 1 stats above The Ellen DeGeneres Show ranked in number 18. #83 Celebrity The World’s 100 Most Powerful Celebrities by Forbes he stands below any of the Celebrities mentioned in this post.
- #16 in Money
- #66 in Press
- #63 in Social
According to Forbes Ellen DeGeneres is Celebrity ranked #5 on The World’s 100 Most Powerful Celebrities. Dropping out of New Orleans University she created and empire very well positioned in today’s entertainment industry. ”Everybody wants to dance with Ellen. So says her Q Score, at least.” Since 2003, the show has
- #21 in Money issues
- #37 in Press
- # in Social
- #10 in 2013
- #46 Power Woman
Aside from the ratings success of “The Ellen DeGeneres Show,” the 56-year-old CoverGirl is beefing up her producing roster. Her production company is working on pilots for the CW and NBC, and cable network HGTV will air a DeGeneres-produced design competition series next year. -Forbes.
In late night shows here’s the list provided by Nielsen
1. The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon — 1.28 (3.9 million viewers)
2. The Jimmy Kimmel Show — .64 (2.7 million)
3. Late Night with Seth Meyers — .64 (1.6 million)
4. The Daily Show with Jon Stewart — .56 (1.4 million)
5. The Late Show with David Letterman .47 (2.49 million)
6. The Colbert Report — .45 (1.1 million)
7. Nightline — .41 (1.67 million)
8. Last Call with Carson Daly — .35 (878,000)
9. Conan — .34 (734,000)
10. The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson — .30 (1.2 million)