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CNN's Phil Mattingly spoke to Sen. Elizabeth Warren this morning, with the chat billed as "an exclusive." MSNBC's Stephanie Ruhle spoke to her live not long after.
"It won't surprise you to learn that in all this, the one of us who is most confident and calm is my father."
That time Ainsley Earhardt turned up on the Today show.
Rachel Maddow hosted the No. 1 show across all of cable television last night. Lawrence O'Donnell beat Hannity at 10 p.m., and Tucker Carlson remained on top at 8.
Melanie Buck becomes executive producer for State of The Union. Buck was most recently the supervising producer on Tapper's weekday program, The Lead.
There's a glaring gender pay gap as well.
Stay Tuned allows Millennials and Gen-Zers to consume the news in a quick, easy way each morning and afternoon.
From Nightline to early morning.
“We may look back in five years and find that CNN was fundamentally changed because of Trump,”
A parole hearing that will be covered across TV news.
"I'd like to welcome you all to the Fox News party this evening," quipped CNN president Jeff Zucker.
Meet the Press was the No. 1 Sunday show across the board.
They're just one big happy family...
Rachel Maddow had the No. 1 show in total viewers and the demo last night. MSNBC wins the prime time demo while Fox News is most-watched.
Fox News continues to dominate basic cable in total viewers, both total day and prime time. The network also won the full week in the prime time demo, beating MSNBC by 1,000 viewers.
GMA more than doubled its total viewer advantage over Today from last year, but Today ranked No. 1 in the key A25-54 demo for the 81st straight week.
Another off-camera briefing.
How are the media criticism shows doing?
The three evening newscasts averaged a combined 21 million viewers last week, down from 22 million the same week last year.
CNN ended the week with a win in the prime time demo. Additionally, The History of Comedy ranked No. 1 across cable news in total viewers.