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Thursday Cable Ratings: MSNBC Tops CNN in Primetime Demo

14 hours agoNews : Mediaite

MSNBC scored an increasingly rare win over CNN in the 25-54 demo during primetime Thursday night, averaging 142K compared to CNN's 140K. Fox News came in first place with 353K viewers in the demo. MSNBC also beat CNN in total viewers, 665K to 492K, with Fox #1 at 2.111M.

Wednesday Cable Ratings: Don Lemon #1 in Demo Across CNN, MSNBC

yesterdayNews : Mediaite

With 214K viewers in the 25-54 demo Wednesday night, CNN Tonight with Don Lemon was the highest rated show across CNN and MSNBC and the only hour on those networks to top 200K. During the 10 p.m. time slot, Lemon's show came in second place behind Fox News' Hannity (293K) and ahead of MSNBC's The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell (148K).

WWE Now ‘Tough Enough’ for Mobile

World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) is not only responsible for some of the highest rated programming on cable television each week, it’s also responsible for some of the most effect mobile and social marketing strategies we’ve ever seen. Not surprisingly, WWE never misses an opportunity to expand its presence in mobile. Consequently, WWE’s official app for […]

Weekly Ratings Notes for Adult Swim, Cartoon Network, TBS, TNT & NBA TV: NBA Playoffs, 'Your Family or Mine', 'Childrens Hospital' & More

The Turner Broadcasting portfolio ruled basic cable's Live + 7 ratings for the second week of May, claiming the #1 and #2 spots among total viewers, adults 18-34, adults 18-49 and adults 25-54

‘America’s Got Talent’ Ratings Hit Debut Low, ‘Extreme Weight Loss’ Returns Down, ‘I Can Do That’ Opens Solid

There were a lot of championship level sports on cable last night in primetime and a lot of unscripted on the Big 4. After Tuesday's 7-3 ice battle, the New York Rangers have forced the Tampa Bay Lightning to a NHL Eastern Conference Game 7 to decide who competes for the Stanley Cup. Show More Summary

Discovery CEO Talks Charter-Time Warner Cable, Outlook for Non-Fiction Content

David Zaslav at an investor conference also discusses Nielsen's "antiquated" ratings system, ad market trends and serving super-fans. read more

Charter Customers Say Bigger Isn’t Likely to Mean Better

Despite recent improvements in consumer satisfaction ratings, many of the cable company’s subscribers believe a merger won’t improve service.

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