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Posts Tagged ‘Cable News’

The Scoreboard: Saturday, May 11

25-54 demographic (Live +SD)

  • Total day: FNC: 187 | MSNBC: 113 | CNN: 163 | HLN: 147
  • Primetime: FNC: 177 | MSNBC: 177 | CNN: 148 | HLN: 166

4p: 5p: 6p: 7p: 8p: 9p: 10p: 11p: 12a:
FNC
Greta:

112

TheFive:

205

NewsHQ:

198

Report:

161

Huckabee:

153

Pirro:

209

Geraldo:

171

RedEye:

142

Pirro:

137

MSNBC
News:

73

EdShow:

116

Dateline:

92

Caught:

64

Caught:

109

Lockup:

166

Lockup:

258

Lockup:

260

Lockup:

269

CNN
Newsroom:

169

Newsroom:

130

Newsroom:

123

Newsroom:

140

Cooper:

208

Bourdain:

127

Bourdain:

109

Cooper:

100

Bourdain:

84

HLN
Mystery:

112

Mystery:

183

Mystery:

164

Mystery:

200

Mystery:

187

Mystery:

169

Mystery:

141

Grace:

117

Mystery:

180

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The Scoreboard: Tuesday, January 8

25-54 demographic (Live +SD)

  • Total day: FNC: 239 | MSNBC: 168 | CNN: 101 | HLN: 76
  • Primetime: FNC: 321 | MSNBC: 240 | CNN: 189 | HLN: 116

5p: 6p: 7p: 8p: 9p: 10p: 11p: 12a:
FNC
TheFive:

361

Baier:

312

Shep:

348

O’Reilly:

393

Hannity:

342

Greta:

229

O’Reilly:

245

Hannity:

191

MSNBC
Matthews:

247

Sharpton:

191

Matthews:

215

EdShow:

193

Maddow:

304

O’Donnell:

222

EdShow:

144

Maddow:

145

CNN
Blitzer:

90

Blitzer:

108

Burnett:

152

Cooper:

209

Morgan:

225

Cooper:

133

Burnett:

85

Morgan:

74

HLN
Express:

45

Express:

55

Jane:

130

Grace:

131

DrDrew:

105

Grace:

111

Showbiz:

97

DrDrew:

83

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Pew: Cable News Still a Major Stop For Campaign News

Pew’s Project for Excellence in Journalism has a new study out looking at where Americans get their campaign news fix. The good news for TV: cable news and local news still hold the number one and number two slots, respectively. The Internet is right behind them however, and is growing faster than any other source of news, with the national broadcasts lagging behind.

The news isn’t all sunshine and daisies for traditional media, however.

But there is also evidence that role of cable talk might be smaller than it was some years ago. In January 2004, for instance, a combined total of 44% of Americans said they regularly or sometimes watched the shows for campaign information. In January, that number was 34%. Now it is 35%. Meanwhile, the percentage of Americans who said they never watch cable talk shows has risen from 38% in 2004 to 47% today. This possible downward trend in the broad audience for cable talk, moreover, stands in contrast to the trend for cable news in general, which has been among the most stable in audience reach of the older news platforms.

You can check out the entire report, here.