FBN Repeat of 'The Willis Report' Tops CNBC's 'Crowd Rules'

Categories: Cable News Ratings,Press Releases

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May 22nd, 2013

Fox Business News FBN

Last night, FBN's repeat of The Willis Report beat the second episode of CNBC's Crowd Rules in the 9-10PM hour, marking the first ever non-special primetime win for FBN over CNBC.


  • Doug

    Wow, after 7 years a 1 hour victory for FBN…how pathetic is this…

  • justin

    You gotta start somewhere Doug. Remember this ina few years when FoxB is #1 in all hours of the day, just like Fox News.

  • Malamute Dad

    FBN is in a fraction of the homes that CNBC is. Cox cable includes FBN in it’s optional sports programming tier. CNBC is included as part of basic cable.

    Seems like a pretty big accomplishment

  • Mark2

    This has got to be the funniest Press Release that I have ever seen in my life.

    However, I’m not surprised that TVBTN actually posted this.

  • AppleStinx

    Another milestone. FBN has been within striking distance of CNBC in primetime P2+ viewers this week.

  • Morgan Wick

    Is this a sign of the folly CNBC Prime represents?

  • Stan T


    Posted May 22, 2013 at 3:25 PM

    Wow, after 7 years a 1 hour victory for FBN…how pathetic is this…
    And CNBC has been around for 33 years, and that’s all the audience they can muster…I’d say for being around about a fifth as long as CNBC, that FBN is doing pretty good…lol

  • b

    I wonder why CNN and MSNBC is even tracked anymore….

  • Cheryl Lynn

    My daughter’s home is a Nielson house. She does not even get, nor is offered FBN from her cable provider. She would probably watch it now and then as she does tune into CNBC a few times a month when she has the time and some stupid sports event is not on. Her household is in that sought after demographic as well.

  • mary

    MSNBC has distroyed what little creditability NBC had. People just don’t trust anything involving NBC.

    I’m going to take business/money advice from a network losing their xxx…don’t think so.

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