Fox News Leads Cable Ratings For 22nd Consecutive Week
Fox News continues to dominate the cable TV ratings battle, becoming the most watched network in total viewers for the 22nd week in a row.
According to Nielsen Media Research, FNC averaged nearly 1.4 million in total viewers for the week of June 4 – June 10. Fox News also won primetime, garnering 2.4 million in total viewers. (RELATED: Ratings: CNN Beat By Fox News And MSNBC Again)
MSNBC trailed behind FNC in primetime with just 1.65 total viewers. CNN didn’t even crack the top five networks for primetime, reaching 6th place with 1.09 million.
Fox’s competitors also struggled in the total day category, with MSNBC (914,000) falling to third behind Nickelodeon (925,000). CNN again sat in sixth with 670,000, losing to Home and Garden Television and Investigation Discovery. In fact, HGTV beat CNN by over 100,000 viewers. (RELATED: Fox News Wrecks Competition In May Cable Ratings)
“Hannity” again bested MSNBC’s “Rachel Maddow Show,” hitting 3.2 million viewers and 588,000 in the coveted 25-54 age category.
Fox Business Network also continued its winning streak over CNBC.