2013 Numbers: MSNBC…

MSNBC is noting its 2013 ratings…

MSNBC TOPS CNN IN PRIMETIME FOR THE FIFTH CONSECUTIVE YEAR – 2013 Ratings

MSNBC Ranked #2 in Key Morning and Primetime Time Periods for the Year

NEW YORK – December 26, 2013 – MSNBC will end 2013 beating CNN in the key morning and primetime time periods for the year among both total viewers and A25-54, according to data from Nielsen.

MSNBC weekday primetime (M-F 8p.m-11p.m.) ranked #2 for the year among A25-54 (203,000 vs. CNN’s 196,000) and total viewers (739,000 vs. CNN’s 614,000). This is the fifth consecutive year MSNBC has topped CNN in weekday primetime among A25-54 and the fourth straight year among total viewers.

MSNBC M-Su sales primetime (7p-2a) was #2 for the year with total viewers (525,000 vs. CNN’s 460,000) and A25-54 (184,000 vs. CNN’s 158,000). MSNBC ranked #1 in the younger demo of A18-34 for the year.

Below are MSNBC program and time period highlights for 2013 (numbers through Dec. 22):

“Morning Joe” (M-F 6-9a.m.) ranked #2 for the year topping CNN in total viewers (408,000 vs. CNN’s 296,000) and in A25-54 (135,000 vs. CNN’s 110,000). This is the third consecutive year “Morning Joe” has ranked #2 in A25-54 and fourth consecutive year in total viewers. “Fox and Friends” on FNC had their lowest rated year in A25-54 since 2001. The CNN totals include both “Early Start”/”Starting Point” (which ended 6/14/13) and for “New Day” (which began 6/17/13). “New Day’s” A25-54 rating (99,000) was -19% lower than prior CNN entry.
MSNBC at 5 p.m. with “Hardball” and “The Ed Show” ranked #2 in total viewers for the third consecutive year (688,000 vs. CNN’s 600,000).
At 6 p.m., “PoliticsNation” with Rev. Al Sharpton ranked #2 in the time period, beating CNN in both total viewers (653,000 vs. CNN’s 506,000) and A25-54 (160,000 vs. CNN’s 158,000). 2013 is the fourth consecutive year “PoliticsNation” has topped CNN in total viewers.
“Hardball with Chris Matthews” at 7 p.m. ranked #2 for the fourth consecutive year in both total viewers (721,000 vs. CNN’s 517,000) and A25-54 (180,000 vs. CNN’s 167,000). “Hardball” has gained +31% in A25-54 since the program went to a single first run show at 7 p.m.
MSNBC at 8 p.m. with “The Ed Show” and “All In” with Chris Hayes finished the year at #2 among total viewers with 695,000 vs. CNN’s 660,000 – the 7thconsecutive win over CNN.
“The Rachel Maddow Show” at 9 p.m. topped CNN in all categories for the 4thconsecutive year including total viewers (861,000 vs. 627,000) and A25-54 (240,000 vs. 186,000).
“The Last Word” with Lawrence O’Donnell (M-Th) at 10 p.m. beat CNN among total viewers in 2013 (731,000 vs. 556,000) for the 4thconsecutive year. This was CNN’s worst performance in the time period in over 16 years.
“Weekends with Alex Witt” on Saturdays at 7 a.m. ranked #1 among A18-34, for the third consecutive year.
“Up w/Steve Kornacki” on Sundays (8-10 a.m.) was #1 among younger viewers A18-34. MSNBC has been #1 in this time slot for three consecutive years.
“Melissa Harris-Perry” on Sundays (10 a.m. – noon) ranked #1 among younger views A18-34 for the second consecutive year.
MSNBC Live on Sundays at 3 p.m. was #1 with younger viewers A18-34 in 2013.
Weekend Longform (Sa/Su 7p-2a) ranked #1 for the fourth year in a row.
MSNBC is the most diverse cable news channel. In M-Su 6a-2a, 30% of MSNBC’s A25-54 audience is African-American and 7% is Hispanic for the year.
2013 is the fourth consecutive year MSNBC primetime is #1 among cable news nets among African-American viewers with both A25-54 and Total viewers.

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