[broadcast] Ratings is a term used to describe the methods used by radio, cable and terrestrial television programming measure their performance. Ratings are collated using audience measurement. ==Mechanisms for Calculating Ratings (United States)== There are two companies that gather audien...
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An evaluation of credit quality Moody's, S&P, and Fitch Investors Service give to companies used by investors and analysts.
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[Noun] The number of people watching a TV show, a measure of its popularity.
Example: They hoped that the new programme would increase the ratings.
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Specified values delineating the absolute maximum capabilities of a power converter
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The designation of Other Ranks in the Royal Navy.
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An evaluation of credit quality of a company`s debt issue by Thomson Financial BankWatch, Moody`s, S&P, and Fitch Investors Service. Investors and analysts use ratings to assess the riskness of an investment. Ratings can also be an evaluation a country`s creditworthiness or ability to repay, taking ...
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Evaluations of credit quality. Discover What It`s Like to Live Easy With EquiTrend
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Various alphabetical and numerical designations used by institutional investors, Wall Street underwriters, and commercial rating companies to give relative indications of bond and note creditworthiness. Standard & Poor's and Fitch Investors Service Inc. use the same system, starting with their highe...
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Men serving in the navy who were not officers, generally applied to ordinary seamen.
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Tipsters may determine a set of ratings which reflect, in their opinion, each runner's chance of winning a particular race taking a number of factors into account when preparing them.
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A measure of the popularity of a television or radio program or part of a program by comparing its audience to the population as a whole.
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1) G and r 2) Media measurements 3) Nielsen stats 4) Tv exec's concern 5) Tv guides, nowadays
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(2) Once upon a time, it was sufficient for a sporting hero to score the winning try against the All Blacks, or to clear six cubits and a span in the high jump. Not any more; now that everything and everyone is sponsored, the Managing Director of Dougal's Dog Biscuits wants to know that he is backin...
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