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Cable News Ratings for Thursday, January 24, 2013

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January 25th, 2013

 

Live + Same Day Cable News Daily Ratings for Thursday, January 24, 2013

P2+ (000s) 25-54 (000s) 35-64 (000s)
Total Day
FNC       1,102            237            442
CNN         355            114            149
MSNBC         528            138            225
CNBC         179             46             94
FBN           52             15             27
HLN         203             91            115
Primetime P2+ (000s) 25-54 (000s) 35-64 (000s)
FNC       1,976            325            688
CNN         571            159            242
MSNBC       1,054            247            447
CNBC         228             91            111
FBN           46               8             21
HLN         367            163            216
Net Morning programs (6-9 AM) P2+ (000s) 25-54 (000s) 35-64 (000s)
FNC FOX & Friends       1,155            294            565
CNN Early Start/Starting Point         220             83             92
MSNBC Morning Joe         446            168            220
CNBC Squawk Box         124             44             80
HLN Morning Express w/ Meade         212            136            165
Net 5PM P2+ (000s) 25-54 (000s) 35-64 (000s)
FNC FIVE, THE       1,940            373            805
CNN Situation Room         467            111            164
MSNBC Hardball WITH C. MATTHEWS         854            194            336
CNBC FAST MONEY         222             39            111
HLN EVENING EXPRESS         122             33             38
Net 6PM P2+ (000s) 25-54 (000s) 35-64 (000s)
FNC SPECIAL RPT W/BRET BAIER       1,817            314            669
CNN Situation Room         312            113            145
MSNBC POLITICS NATION         725            187            319
CNBC Mad Money         171             74            122
HLN EVENING EXPRESS         204             78             79
Net 7PM P2+ (000s) 25-54 (000s) 35-64 (000s)
FNC The Fox Report W/S.SMITH       1,510            296            591
CNN ERIN BURNETT OUTFRONT         476            144            196
MSNBC Hardball WITH C. MATTHEWS         811            181            331
CNBC Kudlow Report         128             18             77
HLN JANE VELEZ-MITCHELL         335            161            156
Net 8PM P2+ (000s) 25-54 (000s) 35-64 (000s)
FNC THE OREILLY FACTOR       2,699            431            937
CNN Anderson Cooper 360         589            174            250
MSNBC Ed Show       1,098            223            424
CNBC COSTCO CRAZE, THE         234             67             93
HLN Nancy Grace         412            160            234
Net 9PM P2+ (000s) 25-54 (000s) 35-64 (000s)
FNC Hannity       1,825            293            681
CNN Piers Morgan Tonight         667            149            262
MSNBC Rachel Maddow Show       1,134            277            498
CNBC BIG MAC: INSIDE MCDONALDS         279            116            141
HLN What Would You Do         362            187            217
Net 10PM P2+ (000s) 25-54 (000s) 35-64 (000s)
FNC ON THE RECORD W/GRETA       1,392            252            446
CNN Anderson Cooper 360         455            155            216
MSNBC Last Word W/ L. ODONNELL         926            241            416
CNBC AMERICAN GREED         172             89             98
HLN What Would You Do         327            143            198
Net 11PM P2+ (000s) 25-54 (000s) 35-64 (000s)
FNC THE OREILLY FACTOR       1,046            365            485
CNN ERIN BURNETT OUTFRONT         253            124             96
MSNBC Ed Show         484            137            249
CNBC Mad Money           94             52             66
HLN SHOWBIZ TONIGHT         225             90            142

 

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P2+ = viewers over the age of 2

(25-54) = Adults 25-54 viewing

(35-64) = Adults 35-64 viewing

Prime Time = 8-11pm

LIVE+SD: The number that watched a program either while it was broadcast OR watched via DVR on the same day [through 3AM the next day] the program was broadcast. For more information see Numbers 101.

Scratch = when a show's audience fails to meet minimum Nielsen reporting levels. For more information go here.

Nielsen Cable Network Coverage Estimates (as of July, 2012)

CNN/HLN: 99.727 million HHs

CNBC: 97.497 million HHs

FNC: 97.981 million HHs

MSNBC: 95.526 million HHs

Fox Business: 68.407 million HHs

60

FOXN ##### 06:00A -09:00A  ___T___ 1 992 0.5 1155 0.3 294 0.6 565 1 180
CNN  ##### 06:00A -09:00A  ___T___ 0.2 214 0.1 220 0.1 83 0.1 92 1 180
MSNB ##### 06:00A -09:00A  ___T___ 0.4 417 0.2 446 0.2 168 0.2 220 1 180
CNBC ##### 06:00A -09:00A  ___T___ 0.1 124 0.1 124 0 44 0.1 80 1 180
HLN  ##### 06:00A -09:00A  ___T___ 0.2 192 0.1 212 0.1 136 0.2 165 1 180
HH HH P 2+ P 2+ P 25-54 P 25-54 P 35-64 P 35-64
Network Date Program Time Days AA% (000s) AA% (000s) AA% (000s) AA% (000s) T/C Duration
FOXN ##### FIVE, THE 05:00P -06:00P  ___T___ 1.6 1606 0.8 1940 0.4 373 0.8 805 1 60
CNN  ##### Situation Room 05:00P -06:00P  ___T___ 0.4 387 0.2 467 0.1 111 0.2 164 1 60
MSNB ##### Hardball WITH C. MATTHEWS 05:00P -06:00P  ___T___ 0.8 737 0.4 854 0.2 194 0.3 336 1 60
CNBC ##### FAST MONEY 05:00P -06:00P  ___T___ 0.2 186 0.1 222 0 39 0.1 111 1 60
HLN  ##### EVENING EXPRESS 05:00P -06:00P  ___T___ 0.1 109 0 122 0 33 0 38 1 60
FOXN ##### SPECIAL RPT W/BRET BAIER 06:00P -07:00P  ___T___ 1.5 1503 0.7 1817 0.3 314 0.7 669 1 60
CNN  ##### Situation Room 06:00P -07:00P  ___T___ 0.3 286 0.1 312 0.1 113 0.1 145 1 60
MSNB ##### POLITICS NATION 06:00P -07:00P  ___T___ 0.6 609 0.3 725 0.2 187 0.3 319 1 60
CNBC ##### Mad Money 06:00P -07:00P  ___T___ 0.2 152 0.1 171 0.1 74 0.1 122 1 60
HLN  ##### EVENING EXPRESS 06:00P -07:00P  ___T___ 0.2 173 0.1 204 0.1 78 0.1 79 1 60
FOXN ##### The Fox Report W/S.SMITH 07:00P -08:00P  ___T___ 1.2 1179 0.6 1510 0.3 296 0.6 591 1 60
CNN  ##### ERIN BURNETT OUTFRONT 07:00P -08:00P  ___T___ 0.3 346 0.2 476 0.1 144 0.2 196 1 60
MSNB ##### Hardball WITH C. MATTHEWS 07:00P -08:00P  ___T___ 0.7 663 0.3 811 0.2 181 0.3 331 1 60
CNBC ##### Kudlow Report 07:00P -08:00P  ___T___ 0.1 116 0.1 128 0 18 0.1 77 1 60
HLN  ##### JANE VELEZ-MITCHELL 07:00P -08:00P  ___T___ 0.3 262 0.1 335 0.2 161 0.2 156 1 60
FOXN ##### THE OREILLY FACTOR 08:00P -09:00P  ___T___ 2.1 2082 1.1 2699 0.4 431 0.9 937 1 60
CNN  ##### Anderson Cooper 360 08:00P -09:00P  ___T___ 0.4 444 0.2 589 0.2 174 0.2 250 1 60
MSNB ##### Ed Show 08:00P -09:00P  ___T___ 1 908 0.5 1098 0.2 223 0.4 424 1 60
CNBC ##### COSTCO CRAZE, THE 08:00P -09:00P  ___T___ 0.2 188 0.1 234 0.1 67 0.1 93 1 60
HLN  ##### Nancy Grace 08:00P -09:00P  ___T___ 0.3 344 0.2 412 0.2 160 0.2 234 1 60
FOXN ##### Hannity 09:00P -10:00P  ___T___ 1.5 1443 0.7 1825 0.3 293 0.7 681 1 60
CNN  ##### Piers Morgan Tonight 09:00P -10:00P  ___T___ 0.6 560 0.3 667 0.1 149 0.3 262 1 60
MSNB ##### Rachel Maddow Show 09:00P -10:00P  ___T___ 1 921 0.5 1134 0.3 277 0.5 498 1 60
CNBC ##### BIG MAC: INSIDE MCDONALDS 09:00P -10:00P  ___T___ 0.2 218 0.1 279 0.1 116 0.1 141 1 60
HLN  ##### What Would You Do 09:00P -10:00P  ___T___ 0.3 267 0.1 362 0.2 187 0.2 217 1 60
FOXN ##### ON THE RECORD W/GRETA 10:00P -11:00P  ___T___ 1.1 1109 0.6 1392 0.3 252 0.4 446 1 60
CNN  ##### Anderson Cooper 360 10:00P -11:00P  ___T___ 0.4 388 0.2 455 0.2 155 0.2 216 1 60
MSNB ##### Last Word W/ L. ODONNELL 10:00P -11:00P  ___T___ 0.8 733 0.4 926 0.2 241 0.4 416 1 60
CNBC ##### AMERICAN GREED 10:00P -11:00P  ___T___ 0.2 160 0.1 172 0.1 89 0.1 98 1 60
HLN  ##### What Would You Do 10:00P -11:00P  ___T___ 0.2 241 0.1 327 0.1 143 0.2 198 1 60
FOXN ##### THE OREILLY FACTOR 11:00P -12:00A  ___T___ 0.9 843 0.4 1046 0.4 365 0.5 485 1 60
CNN  ##### ERIN BURNETT OUTFRONT 11:00P -12:00A  ___T___ 0.2 223 0.1 253 0.1 124 0.1 96 1 60
MSNB ##### Ed Show 11:00P -12:00A  ___T___ 0.4 387 0.2 484 0.1 137 0.2 249 1 60
CNBC ##### Mad Money 11:00P -12:00A  ___T___ 0.1 98 0 94 0.1 52 0.1 66 1 60
HLN  ##### SHOWBIZ TONIGHT 11:00P -12:00A  ___T___ 0.2 200 0.1 225 0.1 90 0.1 142 1 60
 
  • usa8888

    For all the right wingers out there, the US economic situation bears NO resemblance to that of Greece, despite what lunatic Glen Beck or slimeball Rush Limbaugh say…

  • Doug Z

    usa8888
    Posted January 26, 2013 at 9:44 AM

    No it’s not, and you DON’T cut spending in a bad recession for reasons I have explained above………….

    You will have 300% inflation. Germany had 3000% . They are very careful about debt today.they are not uneducated and will never get in the shape we are in. It is not real money any more.

  • Doug Z

    usa8888
    Posted January 26, 2013 at 9:47 AM

    For all the right wingers out there, the US economic situation bears NO resemblance to that of Greece, despite what lunatic Glen Beck or slimeball Rush Limbaugh say…

    We will be. you watch

  • Doug Z

    usa8888

    Just keep doing wrong. It will catch up with you. You will see.

  • Doug Z

    usa888

    As a result, he noted the three richest counties and seven of the top ten wealthiest counties in the nation are in the Washington, D.C. region. The District also consumes the most fine wine in the nation. He asserted the business in Washington is now “not politics” but “money.”

  • lbsles

    According to Henry B. Hogue, of the Government and Finance Division of the Congressional Research Service,[1]

    Recent Presidents have made both intersession (between sessions or Congresses) and intrasession (during a recess within a session) recess appointments. Intrasession recess appointments were unusual, however, prior to the 1940s. Intrasession recess appointments have sometimes provoked controversy in the Senate, and there is also an academic literature that has drawn their legitimacy into question.

    It has been argued that as the clause was originally understood, it was expected that if the Senate was in session when an office became vacant, the president would make a standard advice-and-consent appointment at that time.[2] In Federalist No. 67, Alexander Hamilton wrote[3]:

    The ordinary power of appointment is confined to the President and Senate jointly, and can therefore only be exercised during the session of the Senate; but as it would have been improper to oblige this body to be continually in session for the appointment of officers and as vacancies might happen in their recess, which it might be necessary for the public service to fill without delay [ ... ]

    Another argument maintains that recess appointments were only to be made during intersession recesses, which during the early days of the country lasted between six and nine months, and were therefore required to prevent important offices from remaining unfilled for long periods. The current interpretation, this view holds, allows appointments to be made during recesses too brief to justify bypassing the Senate.

    Historically, presidents tended to make recess appointments when the Senate was adjourned for lengthy periods. Since World War II, presidents have sometimes made recess appointments when Senate opposition appeared strong, hoping that the appointee might prove himself or herself in office and allow opposition to dissipate. Most recently, however, as partisanship on Capitol Hill has grown, recess appointments have tended to solidify opposition to the appointee.

  • Doug Z

    lbsles

    Just get rid of all recess appointment and do not blame the other side.

    Do the right thing for once.

  • Doug Z

    usa888

    this is why this country is in big trouble.

    With a median household income of $119,134, the Census Bureau reports that Loudoun County, Virginia now occupies the number one spot for the highest median U.S. income. The number two position belongs to Fairfax County, Virginia at $105,797. Arlington, Virginia comes in third at $100,735.

    In fact, seven of the ten counties with the highest household incomes are in the Washington region

  • usa8888

    Doug–they (the far right) said we would have terrible inflation starting in 2009–never materialized. why? Because the economy was so far down. It’s a blancing act, you want to spend just what you need to get the economy back on track…then when it is back on track, you balance the budget. I don’t know what is so complicated about this, but the far right never grasps this…..

  • Doug Z

    usa888

    I know you do not support this

    said the best and the brightest now come to Washington because they see Washington as a Tammany Hall that will allow them to get rich off of influence peddling. He noted that Washington D.C. runs the equivalent of a $4 trillion private equity fund every year and essentially doles out 25% of the country’s wealth to those who are connected.

    This is what has put us where we are now. Are you a lobbyist in Washington DC

  • Faith3

    Good afternoon all,

    The irony has not been lost on that gun vs ab or %ion argument. There has been research done, peer reviewed and published in the Harvard Journal of Economics and a correlation has been found when looking at legalized ab or %ion and crime rate. Just food for thought for those who read more than Newsbusters or listen to more than shock jocks and blast of hot air (even a publication out there called “Hot Air”) and other such spin.

  • Faith3

    I’ll agree our economy needs to be revamped but in the meantime to allow the majority of citizens to suffer under Austerity while a very few have their massive wealth protected on the backs of everyone else should speak for itself. Who thinks of these policies….ah those who benefit.

  • usa8888

    No, Doug, I am not a lobbysist. I think lobbying should be vastly reduced.

  • Doug Z

    Faith3 usa8888

    Washington as country lawyers and then decide to “turn the business of government into a family business” by having their wives and kids work in lobbying.

    “And this is how they become a permanent political class,

    Washington politicians “kick money back to family, friends, or people that hire them when they retire.”

    And Schweizer concurred. He claimed the permanent political class is bipartisan and those who are a part of this permanent aristocracy either marry or are born into it.

  • Doug Z

    usa888

    Why do you support this if you do not lobby

  • usa8888

    Doug–support what??

  • Doug Z

    usa8888
    Posted January 26, 2013 at 11:00 AM

    Doug–support what??

    Washington politicians “kick money back to family, friends, or people that hire them when they retire.”

    And Schweizer concurred. He claimed the permanent political class is bipartisan and those who are a part of this permanent aristocracy either marry or are born into it.

    “There is no pressure on them to cut. Washington controls the money. They have an industrial logic to the business model,” he explained. “The permanent political class of both political parties are benefiting from it.”

    And you think we can not cut spending. How much do you get.

  • Faith3

    Doug,

    That could be a case that corporate welfare isn’t being cut.

  • Ratboy

    Doug and guys, I warned you with the Idiot Alert!!! :lol: :lol:

  • usa8888

    If we can get the economy growing like it should be, everything should take care of itself. I don’t agree with too much lobbying–there should be limits…
    Good education is very important to our country’s future well-being…

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