TVNewser Has Ratings

If you ever see an article that talks about how FNC is loosing it’s dominence in the cable news race, don’t pay attention. It used to be that 2 CNN’s = 1 FNC. Now, it’s more like 3 CNN’s = 1 FNC.

Here’s the info for Thursday Night:

Averages:
Total day: FNC: 905,000 / CNN: 368,000 / MSNBC: 174,000
Primetime: FNC: 2,049,000 / CNN: 680,000 / MSNBC: 357,000
Primetime 25-54 demo: FNC: 459,000 / CNN: 150,000 / MSNBC: 123,000

Individual shows:

5pm: Gibson: 1,013,000 / Blitzer: 338,000 / Connected: 133,000
6pm: Hume: 1,195,000 / Dobbs: 435,000 / Abrams: 249,000
7pm: Shep: 1,307,000 / Cooper: 512,000 / Hardball: 239,000
8pm: O’Reilly: 2,331,000 / Zahn: 601,000 / Olbermann: 355,000
9pm: H&C: 2,002,000 / King: 945,000 / Abrams 9pm: 357,000
10pm: Greta: 1,815,000 / Brown: 493,000 / Scarborough: 359,000
> On CNBC, the 9pm Mad Money repeat and 10pm Deutsch both scratched (109k and 99k respectively).
> CNN’s simulcast of Your World Today averaged 291,000 viewers, losing 51,000 viewers from its lead-in.

Notice Hardball’s ratings? They’re doing special 8-year anniversary programs right now. Shouldn’t the ratings be higher? The only other real note-worthy item is the fact that H&C and Greta are making huge gains in their timeslots. If this keeps up, H&C is actually on a path to overtake O’Reilly within a year or so!

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