Fox Has Top 10 Cable News Shows
By John Johnson, Newser Staff
Posted Jun 30, 2009 7:11 PM CDT
Sean Hannity.   (AP Photo/Douglas C. Pizac, File)

(Newser) – More evidence of Fox News' growing domination of cable TV: The network now has the top 10 programs in terms of total viewers, reports Mediabistro's TVNewser blog. Bill O'Reilly still leads the way, followed by Sean Hannity. Glenn Beck is in third, but his viewership of about 2 million is up a whopping 110% over last year, the most by far of any show.

The top cable news shows, all from Fox:

  • 8pm: O'Reilly Factor, 3,188,000 viewers
  • 9pm : Hannity, 2,341,000
  • 5pm: Glenn Beck, 2,053,000
  • 10pm: On the Record, 1,950,000
  • 6pm: Special Report, 1,889,000
  • 7pm: Fox Report, 1,757,000
  • 11pm: O'Reilly Factor, 1,579,000
  • 9am: America's Newsroom, 1,399,000
  • 4pm: Your World, 1,389,000
  • 3pm: Studio B, 1,169,000


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Doctor-Zaius
Jul 2, 2009 11:16 AM CDT
And Faux News isn't cheesy? Please.
Doctor-Zaius
Jul 2, 2009 11:14 AM CDT
Fox gives away the program which is why it's on all the basic packages, MSNBC charges which is why it's on the premium packages. As to the economic status of Faux News watchers, while I'm sure they have their share of rich guys most of the people I've witnessed as huge Faux News watchers were far from the top on the economic pyramid.
easterner
Jul 2, 2009 5:36 AM CDT
"Its the only station to explore both sides of the issues" I was hoping for fnc to unbiased,but Not since the election.I guess the rules are different if your labeled a News Magazine.