Thursday, June 30, 2016

TV Ratings: Fox News Having Best Year Ever So Far; Tops Basic Cable This Quarter

By Dead Line, June 28, 2016 

Fox News Channel first hit the air on October 7, 1996, and this is looking like it might be the best birthday year yet for the cable news network.
With unprecedented interest in Presidential politics pumping up the numbers by double digits, the nearly 20-year old Fox News is currently in the No. 1 primetime spot for all of cable with 2.2 million viewers. For its most-watched year ever so far, that’s a jump from the No. 5 spot it held at this point in 2015. Now, all cable news nets see a rise in election years, but for Fox News the result is a little sweeter. The Roger Ailes-run channel is second in all of cable primetime for Q2 2016 behind the NBA playoffs-fueled TNT. The latter averaged 2.05 million viewers to FNC’s 1.97 million for the quarter.
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