2 items from 2016
Fox News, CNN and MSNBC had a lot of news to cover during the busy third quarter of 2016. Morning shows, standard newscasts and political opinion shows make up the Top 21 programs in the world of cable news. Which show was the most popular among the key demo of adults age 25-54 during Q3? 21. MSNBC’s “Hardball with Chris Matthews” averaged 244,000 viewers among the key news demo. 20. “Happening Now” on Fox News averaged 260,000 demo viewers during the third quarter. 19. “Your World with Neil Cavuto” maintained momentum despite its namesake missing the summer following heart surgery. 18. CNN’s “Situation »
- Brian Flood
As the presidential primary races heated up, cable news networks scored some big ratings achievements this winter, highlighted by Fox News Channel’s first-ever quarterly total-viewer victory among all cable networks and CNN’s most-watched quarter in seven years. All three cable news networks saw nice spikes, but CNN’s were by far the largest, as the network — buoyed by more debates and town hall events than its rivals — closed the demo gap with Fox News and pulled away from MSNBC.
The first quarter of 2016 was highlighted by surprisingly strong performances in primary races by Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders, the former the Republican front-runner and the latter giving Hillary Clinton a tougher battle than expected on the Democratic side. Both are credited with bringing millions of new voters to this primary season, and some of that heightened interest in the races has clearly resulted in higher ratings across the cable news board. »
- Rick Kissell
2 items from 2016
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