CNN's 'New Day' Premieres Behind 'Fox & Friends' and 'Morning Joe' in Total Viewers

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June 18th, 2013

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CNN's new morning news program New Day debuted third behind FNC and MSNBC in total viewers and fourth behind FNC, MSNBC and HLN in 25-54 demo. See below for more.


6-9 AM, Monday June 17th


FNC’s FOX & Friends: 1,060,000 total viewers (262,000 in 25-54 demo)

MSNBC’s Morning Joe: 355,000 total viewers (132,000 in 25-54 demo)

CNN’s New Day: 247,000 total viewers (95,000 in 25-54 demo)

HLN’s Morning Express: 215,000 total viewers (121,000 in 25-54 demo)

  • lbsles

    Got to love a failed plan

    Glod Oil and the stock markets are all down.

    DOW Fut are -106

    Gold down -$71

  • Coffee Steve

    Good Morning Everyone

    @SP & lbsles

    Most of the financial sites are saying within the next 6 months the economy will either start flourishing or crash. Ben of the fed is about to retire and they know the 85 Billion a month bond buying is about to stop.

    From this point on investors are going to start slowly selling off, and if a panic starts, it could get very rough.

  • Ratboy

    Sicilian Papa

    Posted June 19, 2013 at 7:49 PM


    Coffee Steve

    That is good to hear.


    Boston 5 Chicago 5 3rd period. Bruins are going to win the cup Ratboy


  • Ratboy

    @ Coffee Steve

    Posted June 19, 2013 at 7:40 PM


    2 men at our Church raised 30,000 bucks in one month, so 2 more chairs are heading to the vets

    Sore card from this end;
    me – 1
    sister and brother in law – 1
    resort tenants – 2
    resort beer sale/lake association/area marinas – 3

    Still a long way to go to one for everybody!

  • Ratboy

    Good Morning to my friends! Travel Safe Coffee Dude!

    Miss getting the scoop from you all and sharing the absurd! And this government IS absurd!!!!! :shock:

  • Coffee Steve

    Miss getting the scoop from you all and sharing the absurd! And this government IS absurd

    Me too :-(

    I may start a prayer chain to get the comments back on :-)

  • lbsles



    In the week ending June 15, the advance figure for seasonally adjusted initial claims was 354,000, an increase of 18,000 from the previous week’s revised figure of 336,000. The 4-week moving average was 348,250, an increase of 2,500 from the previous week’s revised average of 345,750.

    The advance seasonally adjusted insured unemployment rate was 2.3 percent for the week ending June 8, unchanged from the prior week’s unrevised rate. The advance number for seasonally adjusted insured unemployment during the week ending June 8 was 2,951,000, a decrease of 40,000 from the preceding week’s revised level of 2,991,000. The 4-week moving average was 2,978,750, an increase of 7,000 from the preceding week’s revised average of 2,971,750.

  • lbsles

    WASHINGTON — “The seeds of the current Internal Revenue Service targeting scandal were planted more than five decades ago, sprouting from an obscure rule issued in 1959 allowing tax-exempt groups to start dabbling in politics.

    Critics say that IRS rule opened a loophole for political groups to “masquerade” as social welfare groups, while spending millions of dollars trying to influence federal elections. The rule has few defenders today. In recent weeks, campaign-finance watchdogs, Tea Party activists and lawmakers have all denounced it as nebulous, out-dated and ill-conceived.

    “The regulations are unconstitutional because they’re so vague,” said Jay Sekulow, chief counsel of the American Center for Law and Justice, a conservative organization suing the IRS over the agency’s targeting of conservative groups seeking tax-exempt status.

    But whether anyone will fix it is far from clear — even amid the uproar over revelations that IRS workers in the agency’s Cincinnati field office gave extra scrutiny to Tea Party groups, at least in part because of confusion about the 54-year-old rule.”

  • Coffee Steve

    PS @ And this government IS absurd

    I’ve said many times, this is no where over, and its just starting?

    Up to 20 new whistleblowers are talking to various committees, (IRS & Benghazi) and Hillary is about to be exposed big time as well and it could very well hurt her chances.

    Behind the scenes are reports of a huge cover up within the State Department complete with audio. Should be interesting.

  • lbsles

    Great article from The Atlantic

    150 Years of Misunderstanding the Civil War

    In early July, on the 150th anniversary of the Battle of Gettysburg, pilgrims will crowd Little Round Top and the High Water Mark of Pickett’s Charge. But venture beyond these famous shrines to battlefield valor and you’ll find quiet sites like Iverson’s Pits, which recall the inglorious reality of Civil War combat.

    On July 1st, 1863, Alfred Iverson ordered his brigade of North Carolinians across an open field. The soldiers marched in tight formation until Union riflemen suddenly rose from behind a stone wall and opened fire. Five hundred rebels fell dead or wounded “on a line as straight as a dress parade,” Iverson reported. “They nobly fought and died without a man running to the rear. No greater gallantry and heroism has been displayed during this war.”

    Soldiers told a different story: of being “sprayed by the brains” of men shot in front of them, or hugging the ground and waving white kerchiefs. One survivor informed the mother of a comrade that her son was “shot between the Eye and ear” while huddled in a muddy swale. Of others in their ruined unit he wrote: “left arm was cut off, I think he will die… his left thigh hit and it was cut off.” An artilleryman described one row of 79 North Carolinians executed by a single volley, their dead feet perfectly aligned. “Great God! When will this horrid war stop?” he wrote. The living rolled the dead into shallow trenches–hence the name “Iverson’s Pits,” now a grassy expanse more visited by ghost-hunters than battlefield tourists.

    More: http : // www. theatlantic . com/national/archive/2013/06/150-years-of-misunderstanding-the-civil-war/277022/

  • Coffee Steve


    I have now, 3 friends that were in the market, key on the word “were”

    Last week they begin selling off and as soon as their accounts are cleared to dump, they are out of it. They have been in it longer than I was. Not huge investors but long time players.

    They also see what I saw coming. And when Obamacare goes into full effect? Look out!

  • lbsles

    It will get worse Coffee Steve before it gets better.

  • Coffee Steve


    And so It begins


    *End to Fed stimulus, China slowdown spark world sell-off…

    Reuters) – The clear signal from the U.S. Federal Reserve that it will soon stop pumping money into the global economy and data pointing to Chinese growth slowing sparked sharp falls in bonds, shares and commodities on Thursday.

    Emerging markets, many of which have been primed by the cheap Fed cash, saw some of the biggest selling as investors rushed to the exits.

  • lbsles

    Dow now -206

  • Coffee Steve


    They have also geared up the auto shut off in case it starts crashing to delay the crash (if it happens) I do know that some tech stocks are trying to shore up in hopes it reverses the down trend

  • Coffee Steve

    So far its working, now only minus 101

  • Tammy

    Looks like CNN picked up some steam as of Wednesday

    FNC FOX & Friends 1,067 227 483
    CNN New Day 339 120 188
    MSNBC Morning Joe 359 128 193
    CNBC Squawk Box 110 22 54
    HLN Morning Express w/ Meade 247 118 170

  • lbsles

    Good call Tammy

    CNN Moved all the way to third place

    Posted June 20, 2013 at 6:12 AM
    Looks like CNN picked up some steam as of Wednesday

    FNC FOX & Friends 1,067 227 483
    CNN New Day 339 120 188
    MSNBC Morning Joe 359 128 193

  • Coffee Steve

    Well! This went well didn’t it?

    *Afghanistan peace talks: US-Taliban meeting in Qatar cancelled

    Afghan government anger at opening of Taliban office in Qatar leads US to suspend plans to attend talks

    Can you say, no respect?

  • Coffee Steve

    Wow, 10 days in the low 90’s then on July 3rd, we go into up to six weeks of low to mid 80’s? In July and August that would be like Winter time around here. Global Cooling?

    The Earth stopped warming in 1998, Scientist agree with that, and reports are starting that last year saw a drop. Cool! Lets hope it continue’s.

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