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“Those were real people with real families,” Berman said.
The Drogheda native was speaking as a spokesperson for UTV Ireland said that its 10 o'clock nightly news bulletin was attracting an average of 50,000 viewers a night, while its earlier programme was attracting half that. I feel frustrated that one day is the headline rather than 50, 60 or 80,000. He has been working ridiculously long hours and maybe that is not something you can sustain.
Asked how she felt about bad press surrounding audience figures, Ms Comyn said: "The fact is that there has been great press as well. Personally I have never had any bad press, thankfully. I hope we will do more specials together." Pictured are Daniel and Majella O’Donnell at Willow House B&B, Drumcondra, Dublin 9.
As host of “Sunday NFL Countdown,” “NFL Primetime” and the NFL draft coverage, he became the face of football at ESPN — if not the face of the entire all-sports network. “When I started in 1979 we were in 3 million homes,” Berman said.
“Then it was up to 10 million, 40 million, then 110 million.