Thanks to its coverage of the State of the Union, Fox News had the two top-rated shows on cable television last week. Last week marks one of only a handful of times FNC has claimed this victory. FNC’s analysis of Bush’s speech between 10:04 and 10:12pm was #1, with 4,166,400 households. The actual speech, between 9 and 10:04pm, was #2, with, 3,980,400 households. The coverage came in ahead of cable mainstays like Spongebob Squarepants and Law & Order. FNC’s broadcast of the Democratic response between 10:12 and 10:27pm came in at #16, with 2,935,000 viewers. CNN did not appear in the top 40.
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