Fox News topped cable’s weekly primetime and total day ratings races during the last week of June, according to Nielsen.
Fox News garnered 2.6 million viewers in primetime for the week of June 25 to July 1, besting second place MSNBC’s 1.5 million viewers, said Nielsen. HGTV finished third with 1.4 million viewers, followed by ESPN’s 1.2 million and TBS And Discovery Channel, which tied for fifth with 1 million viewers.
Investigation Discovery (972,000), Food Network (915,000), History (903,000), and A&E Network (871,000) rounded out the top 10.
Fox News was the most watched cable network on a 24-hour basis for the 25 consecutive week, beating out Nickelodeon, MSNBC, HGTV and Investigation Discovery, said Nielsen.
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