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    MSNBC drew in its second-largest prime time audience in network history on Thursday night behind Jan. 6, 2021, excluding major election events like presidential debates, conventions, and election night coverage. The network won across prime time as it brought in some 4.88 million total viewers from 8 to 10 p.m. during the prime time hearing of the House Select Committee investigating the Jan. 6, 2021 attack on the U.S. Capitol. CNN brought in 3.18 million total viewers during the hearing, which was still not enough to top Tucker Carlson Tonight at 8 p.m. — who brought in 3.36 million total viewers. CNN did top Hannity at 9 p.m., which brought in some 2.52 million total viewers. Overall, Fox News still won the day with 1.71 million total viewers to MSNBC’s 1.66 million total viewers. Fox also won in the key 25-54 age demographic, with 248,000 demo viewers, just beating CNN’s 243,000 demo viewers for the day. Here is a full breakdown of Thursday’s cable news ratings by show: Total Viewers (thousands) ET FNC CNN MSNBC NEWSMAX NEWSNATION ...
    Last week Fox News’s late-night show Gutfeld! averaged 2.12 million total viewers and some 348,000 viewers in the key 25-54 age demographic – his second-best week of the year. Greg Gutfeld, who hosts his self-titled 11 p.m. comedy show, is also a panelist on The Five, which just marked its third consecutive quarter topping the ratings – a record for a non-prime time show. The Five averaged 3.3 million viewers and 461,000 demo viewers between April and June, meaning Gutfeld is seen by some 5 million viewers each day. Known for his acerbic wit and hot takes – Wednesday he insisted Republicans should investigate Hunter Biden just for “petty revenge” if they retake the House – Gutfeld has certainly found an audience with his right-of-center comedy. While still trailing Stephen Colbert in terms of total viewers, Gutfeld now regularly beats NBC’s The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon and ABC’s Jimmy Kimmel Live! in the ratings, not to mention far out-pacing his cable news competition. Fallon last week averaged 1.23 million total viewers, while Kimmel averaged 1.204 million. While Colbert...
    New York (CNN Business)President Biden's State of the Union address reached more than 33 million people in the United States on Tuesday night, according to preliminary Nielsen ratings.Around the world, Biden's message about the Russian invasion of Ukraine was seen by a far larger total audience, but there is no standardized way to measure viewership across countries and platforms.In just his own country, 33 million people watched Biden's speech across nine different English-language networks, according to overnight ratings.That figure will rise once smaller networks, Spanish-language viewing and out-of-home viewing are all factored in. This is the first time a president mentioned social media by name in a SOTU speechBut Tuesday night's incomplete total is already higher than the overall total for Biden's first address to a joint session of Congress last April.Read MoreNielsen estimated that 26.9 million people watched that speech across 16 cable and broadcast networks.High interest in the war in Ukraine certainly contributed to higher viewership of Biden's address this time.CNN on Tuesday recorded its highest audience for a State of the Union address since 2009, the year...
    Between the first and second quarter of 2021, far-left CNN, a hate outlet that spreads conspiracy theories and champions political violence against conservatives, lost more than half of its already minuscule audience. During the second quarter of 2021, CNNLOL wasn’t even able to attract an average of a million viewers during its dreadful primetime hours. Only an average of 914,000 primetime viewers tuned in. Over that same period, throughout the total day, CNNLOL managed to attract only 654,000 viewers. Compared to this year’s first quarter, that’s a second-quarter collapse of 53 percent during primetime and a 51 percent collapse during the total day. Yep, in just three months, CNNLOL lost more than half its audience. The more context you bring in, the worse it looks for the China News Network. Compared to a year ago, CNNLOL lost 49 percent of primetime viewers and 45 percent of its total day viewers. Compared to four years ago, CNNLOL shed 13 percent of primetime viewers and 17 percent of total day viewers. CNN’s ratings sinking like a stone. https://t.co/WySz4DbcJK — Breitbart News (@BreitbartNews)...
    Samantha Chang, The Western Journal May 12, 2021 0 Comments According to an age-old proverb, you should be careful what you wish for — because you just might get it. Look at CNN, whose ratings are in freefall now that former President Donald Trump is no longer in office. After spending four years trying to oust Trump, the left-wing cable network is imploding as its favorite target is no longer providing a focal point for around-the-clock smears. The Hill’s media columnist, Joe Concha, noted that CNN’s ratings have plunged a whopping 66 percent in the three months since Trump left the White House and Joe Biden was installed as president. “The drop CNN is experiencing is profound,” Concha tweeted. “On Friday, not one program broke 900K total viewers.” Concha noted that CNN’s primetime ratings — which averaged a healthy 2.74 million viewers in January — tanked by more than two-thirds as of last week, to a meager 799,333 viewers. The numbers clearly show that the network is getting destroyed by Fox News in both total viewership and among the...
    CNN’s "Reliable Sources" with Brian Stelter continues to set yearly lows on a weekly basis, as the far-left media program had its worst performance of 2021 among the group most coveted by advertisers on Sunday. Stelter’s show averaged a dismal 143,000 viewers among the key demo of adults age 25-54 on May 9, its smallest audience of the year in the category. The beleaguered "Reliable Sources" managed to pull in 829,000 total viewers, which is its second-lowest turnout of the year but up slightly from 810,000 total viewers that tuned in for the show’s smallest audience of the year on May 2. Brian Stelter’s show averaged a dismal 143,000 viewers among the key demo of adults age 25-54 on May 9, its smallest audience of the year in the category. Stelter’s "Reliable Sources" has now set yearly lows in the cable news industry’s two most important categories during back-to-back episodes. CNN’S BRIAN STELTER RETURNS FROM VACATION TO HOST LOWEST-RATED ‘RELIABLE SOURCES’ OF YEAR Fox News’ "MediaBuzz," which is Stelter’s direct timeslot competition, beat the struggling CNN program by...
    Ongoing controversy surrounding Fox News’ biggest star isn’t keeping audiences away, as Tucker Carlson again topped the charts Tuesday in both total viewers and in the key demographic of viewers age 25-54. However, two CNN shows popped up in the top five most-watched shows in the key demo, knocking out some of the players who regularly occupy top spots with younger viewers. Tucker Carlson Tonight was the most-watched cable news show of the day, with 2.94 million total viewers and 452,000 in the demo. Hannity was second in total viewers, with 2.81 million, and had 373,000 in the demo. The Five was third in total viewers, with 2.67 million, and third in the demo, with 412,000. The Rachel Maddow Show was fourth in total viewers, with 2.52 million, but with 310,000 in the demo, was well out of range of the top five in the demo for Tuesday night. The Ingraham Angle was fifth in total viewers, with 2.28 million, and second in the demo, with 436,000. Two CNN shows – Anderson Cooper 360 and the 10 p.m....
    Tucker Carlson, whose monologue Tuesday night featured a staunch – if not entirely factually accurate – defense of the deadly Jan. 6 insurrection on the U.S. Capitol, drew the biggest audience of the day in both total viewers and in the valuable demographic of viewers age 25-54. Tucker Carlson Tonight had the most viewers in all of basic cable, with 3.04 million total, and was also first in the demo, with 535,000, according to data from Nielsen. Carlson’s Fox News colleague Sean Hannity was second, with 2.78 million total viewers, and 413,000 in the demo. MSNBC’s Rachel Maddow was third in total viewers, with The Rachel Maddow Show bringing in 2.73 million total viewers, and fourth in the demo, with 398,000. The Five was fourth in total viewers, with 2.66 million, and third in the demo, with 401,000. The Ingraham Angle rounded out the top five cable news shows of the day, with 2.01 million total viewers, and 336,000 in the demo. Fox’s newest show, Gutfeld!, had better numbers in its second night than its debut, winning...
    Far-left CNN’s ratings are back to catastrophic levels. For five years, the fake news channel had nothing to offer its moronic viewers other than hate, and the lies necessary to foment that hate, and now that the primary object of all the hate and lies (former President Trump) has left the stage, CNNLOL’s ratings are right back in the toilet — which is where this openly racist and violence-promoting outlet belongs. For the week of March 15… Total Average Primetime/Demo (25-54) Viewers: FNC: 2.3 million/351K MSNBC: 1.71 million/225K CNNLOL: 1.1 million/269K Total Average Total Day/Demo Viewers: FNC: 1.24 million/198K MSNBC: 997K/127K CNNLOL: 755K/180K Compared to this same week last year, CNNLOL is down a whopping 47 percent in primetime viewers and 50 percent in total day viewers. During primetime, and despite all the massive news events of late (new president, border crisis, coronavirus), on top of being trounced by Fox and MSNBC, CNNLOL is also losing to HGTV and barely beating the Hallmark Channel. Comparatively, Fox News did little better holding on to its viewers. The anti-Trump...
    MSNBC scored major ratings wins in the morning and primetime on Tuesday, as Morning Joe and The Rachel Maddow Show swept to victory in overall viewers as well as those in the coveted 25 – 54 age demographic. Meanwhile, CNN extended its win streak topping the competition in the demo across total day and primetime. According to Nielsen Media Research, CNN handily beat its cable news rivals with 564,000 viewers in the demo in primetime, as MSNBC came in second with 450,000 and Fox News dropped to third with an audience of 432,000. (Of note: Fox News had guest hosts in two of its three primetime shows on Tuesday and CNN had a guest host during its 8:00 p.m. hour as well.) TRMS was the top-rated show in all of cable news with 602,000 A25 – 54 viewers, closely followed in second place by CNN’s Cuomo Prime Time‘s 596,000, and Anderson Cooper 360‘s 551,000 in third. Tucker Carlson Tonight was Fox’s most-watched show in the demo, with 533,000, good enough for fifth place in all of cable news on Tuesday. MSNBC, however, was the most-watched cable news channel...
    CNN swept total day and primetime ratings on Monday in the coveted 25 –54 age demographic, as MSNBC was the most-watched network in both dayparts. Monday’s results also marked a rare, notable shutout of Fox News from the top spot in all four of the main audience demographics. According to Nielsen Media Research, CNN dominated primetime in the demo with 601,000 viewers on Monday. That was more than 33% higher than Fox News’ mark of 450,000, which just edged out MSNBC’s A25 – 54 audience of 436,000 for second place. Anderson Cooper 360, which was guest hosted on Monday, led primetime ratings with 616,000 viewers in the demo, while its successor at 9:00 p.m., Cuomo Prime Time, came in a close second with 604,000. CNN swept the top three primetime spots as CNN Tonight with Don Lemon scored 583,000 A25 – 54 viewers at 10:00 p.m. Rounding out the top five in the primetime demo, Tucker Carlson Tonight attracted 566,000 viewers while The Rachel Maddow Show pulled in right behind with 559,000. But the top two programs in the demo on Monday came during CNN’s early...
    ON THIS DAY IN 1884, the Brooklyn Daily Eagle published a story about Mark Twain’s appearance at the Brooklyn Academy of Music, writing, “The noted humorist, his hair tinged with gray and a look of perfect innocence on his sharp New England features, came forward amid the plaudits of the audience, the young ladies in the front seats apparently losing all control of themselves and clapping their hands until their faces glowed. Twain has a peculiar way of looking sideways at his audience and at the same time gently lifting up his left hand by the agency of his right and scratching his well shaven chin meditatively. He commenced by assuring his audience that he had since he knew anything a horror of the interviewer. ‘The principal reason of that,’ he continued, ‘is that reporters have a peculiar way of getting at facts which a man does not want to be known.’” *** ON THIS DAY IN 1918, the Eagle reported, “Brooklyn’s total number of casualties up to the signing of the armistice on November 11 should reach approximately 11,756, ...
    Fox News not only claimed victory in cable news primetime ratings on Thursday, it also beat out three broadcast networks — ABC, NBC, and CBS — in overall audience. According to Nielsen Media Research, Fox News attracted 5.36 million total viewers in Thursday primetime. That easily surpassed its cable news rivals MSNBC and CNN, which pulled in 2.93 million and 2.09 million overall viewers, respectively. But it also romped past ABC’s 3.96 million, NBC’s 2.77 million, and CBS’ 2.95 million total viewers. In the coveted 25 – 54 age demographic, Fox News averaged 977,000 viewers from 8:00 to 11:00 p.m. on Thursday, also good enough for first place in cable news. CNN came in second with 563,000 viewers in the demo, and MSNBC trailed behind with 452,000 A25 – 54 viewers. Leading the Fox News primetime charge was Tucker Carlson Tonight, which beat out every other show on television except for Fox broadcast network’s Thursday night football. Fox’s 8:00 p.m. flagship show hit 1.10 million in the demo and 6.13 million overall viewers. Carlson‘s successor at 9:00 p.m., Hannity, came in right...
    More than 50 million people watched the first and only 2020 vice presidential debate between Sen. Kamala Harris (D-CA) and Vice President Mike Pence, up from the 35 million viewers who tuned in for the 2016 debate between Pence and Sen. Tim Kaine (D-VA). The debate will finish in the top three most-watched vice presidential debates, but will not break the record set in 2008 — when Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden faced off with Sarah Palin. All top three VP debates have included female candidates, according to the Los Angeles Times.  According to Nielsen Media Research, a total of 50.55 million total viewers tuned in to the 90-minute vice presidential debate on Tuesday, which aired on all four broadcast networks as well as the three major cable news networks. Fox News racked up the most viewers with an audience of 11,315,000, beating all broadcast and cable news networks. Fox also scored big in the coveted 25-54 age demographic with 2,905,000 total viewers — tops among the cablers. ABC News followed Fox in total viewership, with a total audience of...
    Morning Joe scored its third-highest ratings in show history on Wednesday, thanks to its interview during the 7:00 a.m. hour with Bob Woodward, who discussed his new White House insider book, Rage. The MSNBC morning show edged out its Fox News competition in total viewers, although Fox & Friends did win the morning in the coveted 25 – 54 age demographic. According to Nielsen Media Research, from 6:00 to 9:00 a.m., Morning Joe pulled in an average of 275,000 viewers in the demo and 1.66 million overall, while Fox & Friends notched 283,000 A25 – 54 viewers and 1.59 million in total. Buoyed by its strong morning ratings, MSNBC finished with a strong second place in total day, with 1.77 million viewers, behind Fox News’ 2.33 million, but far above CNN’s 1.10 million. However, the network couldn’t climb out of third in the demo, as its 254,000 viewers from 6:00 a.m. to 2:00 a.m. fell just short of CNN’s 266,000 and far behind Fox’s 383,000. Pacing MSNBC’s primetime ratings was The Rachel Maddow Show, which landed in fifth place across all of cable news in both the...
    Fox News and CNN both drew big ratings for the month of August, with the former once again dominating cable news and the latter besting MSNBC in the advertiser-coveted 25-54 age demographic. MSNBC placing third in the demo comes despite the network drawing the most viewers for the Democratic Convention. Fox News drew 314,000 in the demo for total day, which CNN placed second with 255,000 and MSNBC placing third with 193,000. MSNBC also came in behind both networks for prime time ratings in the demo, with Fox News averaging a whopping 638,000, CNN drawing 454,000, and MSNBC placing third at 357,000. There were some positives for MSNBC in August however, as the network beat CNN — but remained far behind Fox — in average viewers overall for both total day and prime time. Fox News drew 1,783,000 in total day, to MSNBC’s 1,248,000 and CNN’s 1,013,000. In prime, Fox drew 3,637,000 to MSNBC’s 2,194,000 and CNN’s 1,685,000. All networks increased in viewership from August 2019. CNN experienced historically high ratings for August — the most viewed August for...
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