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Cable Network Ranker: Fox News #1 in Primetime For Week of March 10

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Boosted by a busy news week that included continued tensions in Ukraine and the search for the missing Malaysia Airlines plane, Fox News was the top ad-supported cable network in primetime — beating out USA, the History Channel, AMC and TBS — for the week of March 10, averaging 2,049,000 viewers. The last time FNC finished first in primetime  was during the week of the State of the Union.

Fox News also turned in a strong total day performance, placing third overall with 1,181,000 viewers.

The news cycle is also boosting CNN, which jumped 12 spots in primetime and 13 spots in total day compared to last week. CNN placed 22nd in primetime, with 800,000 viewers, and 17th in total day, with 583,000 viewers. MSNBC was the third most-watched cable news network last week, placing 27th in primetime with 666,000 viewers and 28th in total day with 388,000 viewers.

The full ranker is after the jump. Read more

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Cable Network Ranker: Week of March 3

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Fox News was the top cable news network for the busy news week of March 3, placing fourth in both primetime and total day among all ad-supported cable networks. FNC averaged 1,765,000 primetime viewers and 1,101,000 total viewers.

MNSBC placed 25th in primetime, with 720,000 viewers, and 28th in total day, with 397,000 viewers. CNN placed 34th in primetime and 30th in total day, with 485,000 viewers and 381,000 viewers, respectively.

USA, the History Channel, TBS and AMC rounded out the top five in primetime. The full ranker is after the jump. Read more

Cable Network Ranker: Week of February 24

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Fox News was the top cable news network for the week of February 24, placing third in primetime and fourth in total day among all ad-supported networks. FNC averaged 1,756,000 primetime viewers and 1,058,000 total viewers.

MNSBC placed 26th in primetime, with 664,000 viewers, and 28th in total day, with 368,000 viewers. CNN placed 36th in primetime and 34th in total day, with 428,000 viewers and 317,000 viewers, respectively.

USA, the History Channel, AMC and TBS rounded out the top five in primetime. The full ranker is after the jump. Read more

Cable Network Ranker: Week of February 3

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Fox News was the top cable news network for the week of February 3, placing fourth in both primetime and total day among all ad-supported networks. FNC averaged 1,925,000 primetime viewers and 1,159,000 total viewers.

MNSBC placed 24th in primetime, with 733,000 viewers, and 26th in total day, with 426,000 viewers. CNN placed 41st in primetime and 40th in total day, with 335,000 viewers and 296,000 viewers, respectively.

The History Channel, AMC, USA and TBS rounded out the top five in primetime. The full ranker is after the jump. Read more

Cable Network Ranker: Week of November 25

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It was a slow holiday week for the cable news networks. Fox News was the top cable news network for the week of November 25, placing eighth in both primetime and total day among all ad-supported cable networks. FNC averaged 1,476,000 primetime viewers and 991,000 total day viewers.

MSNBC placed 32nd in both primetime and total day, with 548,000 viewers and 344,000 viewers, respectively. CNN placed 39th in primetime, with 393,000 viewers, and and 36th in total day, with 316,000 viewers.

ESPN, USA, the Hallmark Channel, AMC and TBS were the top five cable networks for the week. The full ranker is after the jump. Read more

Cable Network Ranker: Week of November 11

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For the week of November 11, Fox News placed second in primetime among all ad-supported cable networks for the fourth week straight. FNC averaged 2,020,000 viewers from 8 to 11pmET. In total day, Fox News was fourth, averaging 1,231,000 viewers.

MSNBC placed 31st in primetime, with 616,000 viewers, and 29th in total day, with 392,000 viewers. CNN placed 32nd in primetime and 34th in total day, averaging 570,000 and 353,000 viewers, respectively.

ESPN, the Hallmark Channel, USA and TBS rounded out the top five cable networks for the week. The full ranker is after the jump.  Read more

Cable Network Ranker: October 2013

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Helped along by the government shutdown and the debut of a new primetime lineup, Fox News placed third in primetime and fourth in total day among all ad-supported cable networks for the month of October. FNC averaged 1,862,000 viewers in primetime and 1,143,000 viewers in total day.

MSNBC placed 22nd in primetime, with 795,000 viewers, and 19th in total day, with 491,000 viewers. CNN placed 33rd in primetime and 26th in total day, averaging 576,000 and 441,000 viewers, respectively.

TBS, ESPN, USA and AMC rounded out the top five cable networks for the month. The full ranker is after the jump. Read more

Cable Network Ranker: Week of October 14

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A busy political news week, driven by the end of the government shutdown, propelled Fox News into the top five ad-supported cable networks during the week of October 14. FNC placed fourth in primetime and fifth in total day, averaging 1,758,000 and 1,123,000 viewers, respectively.

MSNBC placed 21st in primetime, with 842,000 viewers, and 20th in total day, with 522,000 viewers. CNN placed 32nd in primetime and 27th in total day, averaging 560,000 and 441,000 viewers, respectively.

TBS, ESPN, USA and AMC rounded out the top five cable networks. The full ranker is after the jump. Read more

Cable Network Ranker: Week of October 7

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A new primetime lineup, coupled with the second week of the government shutdown, propelled Fox News into the top five ad-supported cable networks during the week of October 7. FNC placed fourth in both primetime and total day, averaging 1,905,000 and 1,170,000 viewers, respectively.

MSNBC placed 20th in primetime, with 803,000 viewers, and 18th in total day, with 503,000 viewers. CNN placed 32nd in primetime and 26th in total day, averaging 508,000 and 433,000 viewers, respectively.

TBS, ESPN, AMC and History Channel rounded out the top five. The full ranker is after the jump. Read more