CBS “Sunday Morning” continued its longtime ratings success in the second quarter of 2011, posting a yearly increase of +8% in total viewers from the same quarter last year. The show, which is hosted by Charles Osgood, has been the top Sunday news program for the past 129 broadcasts.
The June 26 broadcast of “Sunday Morning” — which focused largely on the American economy — drew 4.15M total viewers. Year-to-date, the show is up +4% in total viewers.
CBS “Sunday Morning” airs from 9 – 10:30 a.m. on the east coast. Tomorrow’s program includes Ben Tracy reporting on Prince William and Kate Middleton’s trip to California, as well as a profile on Tom Jones by correspondent Mark Phillips.
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