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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

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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

    Stan T–you should also get a handle on how world oil prices are set. I suggest you enroll in college…

  • Stan T

    Faith3
    Posted January 26, 2013 at 12:42 PM
    Doug,

    First, the Vietnam War started long before JFK or LBJ.

    ******************************************

    That’s funny, I thought JFK was born on May 29, 1917, and LBJ was born on August 27, 1908….that means both of them were around long before Vietnam…let’s not forget that JFK’s family got rich during prohibition, so thier families had financial connections long before either of them were President or Vice-president..

  • RedBarSoup

    So Stan T. is back, Did he ever respond to me calling him an idiot because he doesn’t know he second amendment?

  • Mark

    @usa8888
    ——————
    This just in: it looks like Lian Ryan and his ilk are going to try to stop birth control for businesses. You would think that 5th Century absurd Catholic thinking would have evaoporated by now, but not with the right wing fringne…
    ——————
    Most Catholics I know(I used to go to a Catholic church before I gave up religion) have used birth control, infact I guarantee you a large majority of Catholics don’t follow the Popes rules to a tee. I always call Catholics Sunday Christians(basically sin for 6 days, then go to church on Sunday and ask for forgiveness, repeat)

    Personally if somebody is a fiscal conservative like Ryan, he should be all for insurance covering birth control. In the big picture you save lots of money(ie all the welfare babies not being born, plus think of all the ab0rtions you prevent. it’s win win)

  • RedBarSoup

    USA

    Stan T. doesn’t even know what the second amendment says you really think he’s going to know how oil prices work?

  • Matthew

    But if you check, the countries who are producing their own supplies of oil have low oil prices…

    You’re conveniently leaving out the part about how most of those countries have nationalized their oil industries; it’s easy to have cheap gasoline when you’re selling to your citizens at cost, and selling to other countries at the world market price. Do you suppose your local Shell is going to sell you gasoline at cost, just because some of it may have been refined from domestic oil?

  • Mark

    @Stan T
    —————————
    let’s not forget that JFK’s family got rich during prohibition
    —————————
    The idea that the Kennedy’s got rich by smuggling booze is a urban legends. They got rich off the stock market(and knowing how to play the system through finding every loophole in the system to rig it for themselves). That’s why Joe Kennedy was made the first Chairman of the Securities and Exchange Commission, basically to close all the loopholes that made himself rich. lol

  • Stan T

    usa8888
    Posted January 26, 2013 at 3:17 PM
    Stan T and other right wing fringe–if you can read the economic charts, that should elucidate you somewhat. That might prevent you from making obviously absurb comments about “Obama starting the recession.”

    ************************************************

    There you go, trying to put words in my mouth…I never said “Obama started the recession”….though I will admit he made it a whole lot worse in the passed four years…

    That’s why I don’t bother arguing with the uninformed left…when they can’t win on the merits, they have to make stuff up.

  • Stan T

    RedBarSoup
    Posted January 26, 2013 at 3:31 PM
    So Stan T. is back, Did he ever respond to me calling him an idiot because he doesn’t know he second amendment?

    ***************************************
    you just didn’t notice my response because it showed you’re the idiot who doesn’t know the second amendment…

  • AppleStinx

    d.d. wrote: {…the doctor detached an arm during “extraction” ,&, when the rest of the baby was “extracted,” the infant’s heart was still beating. How is this not murder ?}

    Remember the Scott Peterson case in California? The creep was convicted of killing his wife and unborn son (who CNN stuck with calling “her f℮tus”).

  • Ratboy

    In 1919, the Volstead Act, which prohibited the production, sale, and transport of “intoxicating liquors,” made a lot of crooks rich. One of them was Joseph P. Kennedy. In 1922, flush with cash in his pocket as a result of his manipulations on Wall Street, Kennedy decided to branch out into the business of “rum running,” which was the illegal transport of alcohol from outside the United States.
    People have said that Kennedy was a “bootlegger,” but by definition that was not accurate. Bootleggers produced the alcohol, sometimes in bathtubs, hence the term “bathtub gin.” “Rum runners” like Kennedy found the best places outside America to buy the product, then they purchased ships, speedboats, trucks and warehouses, in order to move the stuff into American, then distribute the booze to whomever needed it.
    In his first foray into the rum running business, Kennedy discovered a great source of top-flight Scotch on St. Pierre and Muldoon, a group of eight islands approximately sixteen miles off the coast of Newfoundland. There, Kennedy was able to purchase Scotch for $45 a case. Using his head for numbers, Kennedy calculated that shipping and labor cost added about another $20 per case; making it a total of $65. Since Kennedy told the scotch for $85 a case, that was not much of a profit margin for so dangerous an operation. So Kennedy copied what other rum runners had done. He cut the 90 proof scotch with water and other additives. Then Kennedy re-bottled the Scotch, which transformed an $85 case of 90 proof Scotch into two cases of 45 proof scotch, which Kennedy then sold at $85 per case. Using this chicanery, Kennedy turned the usual 5000-case shipment, which cost him $325,000, into a tidy profit of $200,000 per shipment: a King’s ransom in the Roaring 20?s.
    Being involved in the illegal rum running business also meant that Kennedy had to play ball with some tough customers, who were doing the same thing that Joseph P. Kennedy was doing. This is where Joe Kennedy, even though he was born and raised in Boston, became a New York City gangster by association.
    One of the men Kennedy had to deal with, almost on a daily basis, was Owney “The Killer” Maddon, who was partners with Big Bill Dwyer, called “The King of the Rum Runners.” By partnering up with Maddon and Dwyer, Kennedy now had a New York City distributor for his Scotch, through several night clubs Maddon and Dwyer owned, including the Stork Club and the El Fay Club in Midtown Manhattan, and the famous Cotton Club in Harlem.
    In 1924, Kennedy moved his brood of seven children, from Boston to the New York City suburb of Riverdale, where Kennedy kept a close eye on his two main money-makers: Wall Street, and the New York City distribution network of his illegal rum running operation. During this period of time, Kennedy also hooked up with known Mafia hoodlum Johnny Roselli, who introduced Kennedy to Kennedy’s new rum running partner in the midwest: one Alphonse “Scarface” Capone.

  • lbsles

    As usual the ignorant dumbocrats who post here do not read. All it takes is a google search to come up with a time line for Viet Nam.

    Of course if you had lived during that time and been around the military you would know what really happened.

    July 1950 – The United States pledges $15 million worth of military aid to France to help them fight in Vietnam.

    US President–Harry S Truman (1945-1953)Build up in Vietam grows

    Dwight D. Eisenhower (1953-1961)Build up in Vietam continues to grow

    John F. Kennedy (1961-1963)Buid up really picks up. Many unknown troops in country. You’d have to have exposure to the military to know that. Mom and Dad had a long time family friends whose husband spent a good amount of time in country then.

    November 2, 1963 – South Vietnamese President Ngo Dinh Diem is executed during a coup. Big US involvement.

    US President–John F. Kennedy

    August 2 and 4, 1964 – North Vietnamese attack two U.S. destroyers sitting in international waters (the Gulf of Tonkin Incident). Posssible US trumpted up action

    US President–Lyndon B. Johnson (1963-1969)

    August 7, 1964 – In response to the Gulf of Tonkin Incident, the U.S. Congress passes the Gulf of Tonkin Resolution.

    US President–Lyndon B. Johnson (1963-1969)

    March 2, 1965 – A sustained U.S. aerial bombing campaign of North Vietnam begins (Operation Rolling Thunder).

    US President–Lyndon B. Johnson (1963-1969)

    March 8, 1965 – The first U.S. combat troops arrive in Vietnam. At least those that were made public. Very large inflex of troops.

    US President–Lyndon B. Johnson (1963-1969)

    And so it is the Republicans fault, or so the dumbocrats believe

  • Stan T

    Mark
    Posted January 26, 2013 at 3:34 PM
    @Stan T
    —————————
    let’s not forget that JFK’s family got rich during prohibition
    —————————
    The idea that the Kennedy’s got rich by smuggling booze is a urban legends. They got rich off the stock market(and knowing how to play the system through finding every loophole in the system to rig it for themselves). That’s why Joe Kennedy was made the first Chairman of the Securities and Exchange Commission, basically to close all the loopholes that made himself rich. lol

    ********************************

    You are aware that Joe Kennedy wasn’t the first Kennedy, right?

  • Mark

    @Stan T
    ———————————–
    though I will admit he made it a whole lot worse in the passed four years…
    ———————————–
    We actually are slightly better off now(jan 220, 2013) then the point we are 4 years ago(jan 20, 2009). That doesn’t count that when Obama got in office the market was in a free fall for months in many regards and you could hardly blame him for all those job loses(that’s why I think it’s unfair to say well the unemployment rate was 7.8 when he got in office that job creation should be counted the very next day)

    Just out of curiosity how much do you blame house republicans for the situation we are in?

  • Mark

    @Stan T
    —————–
    You are aware that Joe Kennedy wasn’t the first Kennedy, right?
    —————–
    Well I am fairly certain Joe Kennedy Senior had a dad(and his dad had a dad, who had a dad, etc), but he was the one who made a killing off the stock market

  • lbsles

    Late 1961

    President John F. Kennedy orders more help for the South Vietnamese government in its war against the Vietcong guerrillas. U.S. backing includes new equipment and more than 3,000 military advisors and support personnel.

    President John F. Kennedy
    December 11, 1961

    American helicopters arrive at docks in South Vietnam along with 400 U.S. personnel, who will fly and maintain the aircraft.

    January 12, 1962

    In Operation Chopper, helicopters flown by U.S. Army pilots ferry 1,000 South Vietnamese soldiers to sweep a NLF stronghold near Saigon. It marks America’s first combat missions against the Vietcong.

    Early 1962

    Operation Ranchhand begins. The goal of Ranchhand is to clear vegetation alongside highways, making it more difficult for the Vietcong to conceal themselves for ambushes. As the war continues, the scope of Ranchhand increases. Vast tracts of forest are sprayed with “Agent Orange,” an herbicide containing the deadly chemical Dioxin. Guerrilla trails and base areas are exposed, and crops that might feed Vietcong units are destroyed.

    January 2, 1963

    At the hamlet of Ap Bac, the Vietcong 514th Battalion and local guerrilla forces ambush the South Vietnamese Army’s 7th division. For the first time, the Vietcong stand their ground against American machinery and South Vietnamese soldiers. Almost 400 South Vietnamese are killed or wounded. ******
    Three American advisors are slain.
    ******
    The victory at Ap Bac raised morale and drove recruitment for the Vietcong

    April – June 1964

    American air power in Southeast Asia is massively reinforced. Two aircraft carriers arrive off the Vietnamese coast prompted by a North Vietnamese offensive in Laos.

    July 30, 1964

    On this night, South Vietnamese commandos attack two small North Vietnamese islands in the Gulf of Tonkin. The U.S. destroyer Maddox, an electronic spy ship, is 123 miles south with orders to electronically simulate an air attack to draw North Vietnamese boats away from the commandos.

    August 4, 1964

    The captain of the U.S.S. Maddox reports that his vessel has been fired on and that an attack is imminent. Though he later says that no attack took place, six hours after the initial report, a retaliation against North Vietnam is ordered by President Johnson. American jets bomb two naval bases, and destroy a major oil facility. Two U.S. planes are downed in the attack.

    August 7, 1964

    The U.S. congress passes the Gulf of Tonkin Resolution, giving President Johnson the power to take whatever actions he sees necessary to defend southeast Asia. President Johnson signs the Resolution

    October 1964

    China, North Vietnam’s neighbor and ally, successfully tests an atomic bomb.

    November 1, 1964

    Two days before the U.S. presidential election, Vietcong mortars shell Bien Hoa Air Base near Saigon. Four Americans are killed, 76 wounded. Five B-57 bombers are destroyed, and 15 are damaged.

    Need more?

    http://www.pbs.org/battlefieldvietnam/timeline/index1.html

  • Stan T

    Here is a perfect example of Liberal think….

    1. A friend of mine, who was born in Sweden, was telling me how the liberals had destroyed the economy

    2. He then tells me how glad he is that the Conservatives had taken over the government, and now the economy has come back like gangbusters.

    3. Now he can’t wait for the liberals to take back the government…

    To destroy the economy again? lol

  • lbsles

    Sep 1950
    US Military Advisors in Saigon
    The first group of U.S. military advisors—the U.S. Military Assistance Advisory Group (MAAG)—arrives in Saigon.

    Feb 10, 1954
    Eisenhower Rejects Troop Committment
    President Eisenhower refuses to commit American troops to the Franco-Vietnamese War. In a press conference he states, “I cannot conceive of a greater tragedy for America than to get heavily involved now in an all-out war in any of those regions.”4

    Jul 8, 1959
    First American Deaths
    Two military advisors are killed by Viet Minh guerilla soldiers in a raid at Bien Hoa in South Vietnam. These are the first American deaths (non-combat) reported in Vietnam.

    May 5, 1960
    US Increases Advisors
    The United States announces that it will increase the number of military advisors in South Vietnam from 327 men to 685 men.

    Dec 22, 1961
    First US Combat Death
    An American serviceman dies in Vietnam, the first combat death reported. For many Americans, the death will mark the beginning of the Vietnam War.

    http://www.shmoop.com/vietnam-war/timeline.html

  • lbsles

    Just trying to educate the uninformed/misinformed dumbocrat voters.

  • Mark

    @Stan T

    It probably should be pointed out the most “conservative” of parties in Sweden would be to the left of the Democrats. lol

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