Cash Cab stays in front of ratings race

Cash Cab stays in front

By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
November 9, 2009 15:00
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Keshet's Cash Cab gameshow topped the viewer ratings table this past week, something which the show has managed to do on a consistent basis despite having a meager budget in comparison to some of the competition. The traveling gameshow, with a taxi cab as its set and Ido Rosenblum as its driver\host, garnered the attention of a whopping 23.6 percent of viewers to finish first, staying ahead of other Keshet offerings such as Ramzor (Traffic Light, ironically enough) and Dancing with the Stars.

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