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Tuesday, February 24, 2009

Ratings At A Glance- Week of February 16, 2009

Ratings for the week FEBRUARY 16, 2009 - FEBRUARY 20, 2009

Adults 25-54
Adults 25-54
Adults 25-54

FOX almost swept the week. They had the highest demographic ratings (Adults 25 - 54) in every prime time spot this week except for Tuesday night at 10PM when CNN took the top spot. Overall, CNN came in second this week (except at 8PM when they placed fourth). MSNBC took third place (except during the 10PM hour when they slip to fourth). HLN fills in the exceptions with second place at 8PM; fourth place at 9PM; and third place at 10PM.

^ Courtesy Nielsen Media Research; Demographics where noted; Live + Same Day (LS) Fast Track Nationals.

CNN has special programming on on today. Here are a few screencaps from the day:

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Anonymous said...

The stuff on is awesome.
I have been tuning in during the day.
The suits at CNN have to make some
tough decisions. Countdown is beat
No Bias almost 2:1.CNN had better
fix the 7 & 8 pm hours before they
are in a hole that is too deep.King
seems to be bouncing back,

Anonymous said...

Wow Nancy Grace is hot right now. Maybe if
HLN moves Showbiz against Maddow things
would be different. Showbiz would likely do
a better job holding on to Nancy's viewers.

Anonymous said...

CNN seems to be the most tech savvy cable news
network. CNN needs to do a 2 hour national prime
time news program with a mix of the big stories
of the day done with vignettes like the format
used in this years Oscars. Only Current TV beat
CNN the punch with their use of Twitter during
the presidential debates with something they called
hack the debate. Using the internet and phone calls
during the show. CNN should use as many platforms
as possible.

Letting viewers submit stories that they think
should be covered by CNN would blow FNC and
MSNBC out of the water. I think the 360 blog
would be a great place for this because the
blog is blowin up as they say. I would be willing
to bet that at some point during the day a CNN
reporter did a story that relates to items that
viewers will submit.I say this because you simply
do not see regular people on cable news these
days. When I say have viewer submit content.
I do not mean from political blogs. That can
be done by the pros.I am talking about news
and interesting stories they can fall into several
categories. For example, if one come across
a great science story submit the item in the
science category. Cool pic or video could be
called something like hip clips. Also, have
CNN viewers vote on the most popular items
they would like to see. And please give Jack
Gray some airtime on the program. You can
have John Roberts, Erica Hill, TJ Holmes,Don
Lemon, Kyra Phillips, Zain,Michael Ware,
Christiane and a slew of other CNN anchors
and reporters participate and reinvent the
news as we know it.

Anonymous said...

It looks like Roland Martin will be subbing
for Campbell.If his numbers do well, she will
not be back.