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Fox News Finishes Week #1 in All of Primetime Cable

Fox News was the top cable network in primetime last week, averaging the most total viewers between January 18th-24th. The last time FNC topped USA and came in first was during the week of the 2008 presidential election.

In a week dominated by coverage of the earthquake in Haiti and the U.S. Senate election in Massachusetts, FNC drew an average of 3.2 million total viewers in primetime (Mon-Sun).

Fox was ranked 3rd in total day. CNN was 22nd in primetime and 19th in total day, and MSNBC was 25th in primetime and 31st in total day.

Here are the primetime cable rankings for the week of January 18th:

Previously: Fox News Has Its Eyes On Being #1 in All of Cable
Without Telethon, Fox News Doubles CNN/MSNBC Friday
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