Wednesday, September 28, 2005


This has got to hurt. The quarterly ratings are in and Variety reports that Fox scored big.
Fox finished the quarter averaging 1.2 million daily viewers, up 31% from last year, followed by CNN with 693,000 viewers (a 39% increase) and MSNBC with 300,000 viewers (up 11%).
And it gets worse for the competition.
In primetime, Fox reasserted its dominance by recording 2.3 million viewers, the highest quarterly viewer total in its history. Fox primetime tentpole "The O'Reilly Factor" remained the most-watched cable news program with 2.8 million viewers.
Maxine Waters must be rabid. Oh, wait. She already is.

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