Posted 17 May 2011 - 08:56 PM
Posted 02 June 2011 - 07:04 AM
CNN reached a cumulative audience of 117 million viewers in May, FNC lagged behind with 94 million and MSNBC averaged 92 million. This represents CNN’s best cumulative audience since January 2010 (Haiti earthquake).
Still think an hour of daily international news is needed.
Posted 08 June 2011 - 09:21 AM
And some interesting Monday ratings. Mediaite notes that CNN was 4th in the demo 7-11pmET
But in terms of raw numbers, JK USA (224k) and In The Arena (216k) did very well, and AC360 all right (270k at 10pm, 250k at 11pm). The weak link again was Piers Morgan Tonight which got 187k at 9pm, a bit better than normal but nothing like the increase JK USA/Arena saw. The midnight repeat also rated poorly
Posted 04 August 2011 - 02:46 AM
In the M-F Primetime daypart, CNN increased more than FNC or MSNBC versus year-ago, building by +15% in total viewers (662k) and +40% among 25-54 viewers (215k). This compares to gains of +12% in total viewers and +14% among 25-54 for MSNBC and declines of -6% in total viewers and -11% among 25-54 for FNC.
CNN also continued to surpass MSNBC in July during the M-F 9a-5p daytime daypart among both total viewers (504k) and the demo (144k), holding an advantage of 33% and 27%, respectively.
Posted 11 August 2011 - 05:25 AM
Monday 8pm: third in demo and total viewers; 10pm: second in demo and third in total viewers http://www.mediabist...gust-8-2_b79916
Tuesday 8pm: third in demo and total viewers; 10pm: third in demo and total viewers http://www.mediabist...0061#more-80061
Sadly, I think those numbers are more to do with the show focusing on Somalia. Once it gets back to a "normal" format, then would be the time to start looking at the numbers.
Piers Morgan Tonight was CNN's best outing (in prime time) Monday and Tuesday in total viewers, but if you want to include the 5pm hour, The Situation Room outrates any of CNN's prime time shows.
One other note, I wouldn't be surprise to see CNN combine the 8pm and 10pm hours of AC360 when doing their ratings reports. There's nothing technically wrong with that, but it's a sneaky way of fudging the numbers as there will be no way to gauge how many of those watching the 10pm replay are unique viewers.
Posted 24 August 2011 - 12:30 AM
Monday numbers are less than spectacular with the 10pm AC360 (which was also live) losing total viewers to the 8pm airing: http://www.mediabist...1874#more-81874
Posted 28 September 2011 - 09:38 AM
CNN M-F primetime grows +46% (demo) and +34% (total viewers) compared to a year ago.
At 8 pm, Anderson Cooper 360 tops MSNBC’s The Last Word with Lawrence O’Donnell (demo); grows +36% while MSNBC drops -35%.
At 9 pm, Piers Morgan Tonight grows +18% (demo) while MSNBC’s Rachel Maddow Show is down -15% (demo).
At 10 pm, AC 360 tops MSNBC’s The Ed Show (demo and total viewers).
The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer (6pm) tops MSNBC’s Politics Nation with Al Sharpton (demo); CNN grows while MSNBC loses viewers vs. year ago.
CNN tops MSNBC in total day (6a-6a) and dayside (9a-5p).
Full September numbers: http://cnnpressroom....0-at-8p-and10p/
Quarter 3, 2011: http://cnnpressroom....d-quarter-2011/
Posted 12 November 2011 - 11:02 PM
Erin Burnett Remains Cable's Biggest Enigma
89,000 viewers in the 25-54 year old demo at 7 p.m... re-air at 11 p.m. pulled in 181,000 demo viewers, beating JKUSA and Piers Morgan first-runs
How is she doing compared to JKUSA in that slot?
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