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  1. Humiliation for NBC as ABC’s evening newscast wins an Olympics week for the first time in over 25 years In a major embarrassment for NBC, ABC's "World News Tonight" has beaten NBC "Nightly News" in total viewers during an Olympics week -- for the first time in more than 25 years. NBC’s loss is unprecedented as the network paid nearly a billion dollars for U.S. broadcast rights to the 2018 Winter Games and typically sees a huge ratings bump for all its programs during the Olympics. This time, however, with NBC's Olympics coverage falling flat for many viewers and big news happening back home, NBC's flagship evening news program lost to ABC. “That ABC is even challenging during the Olympics has to be a concern for the NBC brass,” Media analyst Jeffrey McCall told Fox News. Last week, “World News Tonight with David Muir” averaged 9 million viewers, compared to 8.4 million total viewers for “Nightly News.” The last time ABC’s evening newscast beat NBC during the Olympics was back in August 1992 when “World News Tonight” prevailed during the second week of the summer games. **************************************************** Once they went politically correct with the Olympics, too many saw through it and changed channels.

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