'CBS Sunday Morning With Charles Osgood' is the Number 1 Sunday Morning News Program in Households, Viewers and Adults 25-54

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August 23rd, 2012

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“CBS SUNDAY MORNING WITH CHARLES OSGOOD” IS THE #1 SUNDAY MORNING NEWS PROGRAM IN HOUSEHOLDS, VIEWERS AND ADULTS 25-54

CBS SUNDAY MORNING WITH CHARLES OSGOOD was the #1 Sunday morning news program in households, viewers and adults 25-54, according to Nielsen live plus same day ratings for August 19, 2012. CBS SUNDAY MORNING posted a 3.4/10 with 4.74m viewers and a 1.3/07 in adults 25-54.

 

CBS SUNDAY MORNING posted its best household ratings since July 15, 2012 and its best deliveries in both viewers and adults 25-54 since July 8, 2012. CBS SUNDAY MORNING was up +13% in households (from 3.0/09), +10% in viewers (from 4.31m) and +18% in adults 25-54 (from 1.1/06) compared to the same day last year.

 

Television year-to-date, CBS SUNDAY MORNING was up +3% in households (3.6/10 from 3.5/10) and +8% in adults 25-54 (1.4/07 from 1.3/07).

 

Sunday’s telecast included Martha Teichner’s examination of the love-hate relationship people have with weeds, Anthony Mason’s profile of singer-songwriter Rufus Wainwright, Tracy Smith’s discussion with photographer Lawrence Schiller about his pictures of Marilyn Monroe and Susan Spencer’s chat with “Jeopardy!” host Alex Trebek.

 

CBS SUNDAY MORNING is broadcast Sundays (9:00-10:30 AM, ET) on the CBS Television Network. Rand Morrison is the executive producer.

 

 
  • Terri Solum

    On your Sunday Morning Show today 8/26 you did a story on a man from Maine being ‘ The Father of Chainsaw art” This is not true.
    If you go back to an old 70’s show “Thats Incredible” my Great Uncle Bob Draper of Mt Pleasant Utah was the 1st and the Grandfather of Chainsaw art.

    Many have picked up a chainsaw and created art since then. But Uncle Bob was the 1st to be recognized.

    GIVE CREDIT WHERE CREDIT IS DUE..

  • Ellen Coughlin

    A Steve Hartman story on “painting the town.” Town of Gloucester, Ohio.
    Jim Cotter started by painting fire hydrant, guard rail, then houses. Over the last few months, more volunteers. First story aired in May 2012. Since then 260 people showed up and painted 17 houses. Don’t wait on the government, a grant or outside money. The widower has found a fresh coat of purpose. The story is sort of re-cycled, but it is updated.
    Those 260 volunteers were SkillsUSA Members from Ohio. This is a career and technical youth organization that has over 310,000 members which I am proud to say I am an advisor for. I am sorry that CBS didn’t mention this as this is a wonderful orgainzation that needs to be seen in the spotlight more.

  • tim o’grady

    you did a story about a small town in Glouster ohio. How this man from Glouster has painted the town.. I have a friend from Glouster that grew up there and would like to know this mans name and how he could watch this document that i said was on CBS.. please provide thank you

  • Eileen Schenck

    There have been many inspiring and heart-warming stories on Sunday Morning
    for over 30 years.

    Mr. Charles Kuralt appealed to CBS to put on the GOOD NEWS and this was done
    for many years but somehow Sunday Morning is slipping in the regular news.
    If that’s what we wanted we would not set an alarm to get up to watch…
    this morning 9-15-12 the story of a released prisoner suspected of
    child murders. Don’t we get enough of this stuff at other times of the day?
    What a way to start a Sunday Morning! I hope they return to their original
    path.

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