King beats Olbermann, Fox beats everyone

by editor on February 11, 2009

Highlights of this week’s cable news ratings. Fox continues its run of dominant ratings thanks to growing dissatisfaction with the Keystone Kops administration in Washington, DC. Larry King topped Keith Olbermaniac. Rachel Maddow climbed back into the top ten dispite rather lackluster numbers.

Here’s a look at the top ten cable TV shows for February 11, 2009:

NetworkProgramTotal Audience
Fox NewsO’Reilly3,494,000
Fox NewsHannity2,658,000
Fox NewsBeck2,370,000
Fox NewsBaier2,305,000
Fox NewsShep Smith2,190,000
Fox NewsGreta1,847,000
CNNKing1,761,000
MSNBCOlbermann1,485,000
CNNCooper1,286,000
CNNBlitzer1,246,000
MSNBCMaddow1,240,000

UPDATE: Math was never our strong suit. Looks like Maddow didn’t climb into the top ten after all. Her show was actually Number 11.

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timmytanker
Guest

Wonder if Greta will be allowed to do a story on the beheading in Buffalo. Seems that’s more interesting than some of her endless Caylee Antony drivel. And, no one else in the media has dared to cover it.

Whitefeather
Member

6 months straight of the missing Aruba girl? I agrre with you on that!

Kevin
Guest

How about replacing Greta with Beck? I’d tune in for that. But that’s just me. I can’t stand that Greta wench.

Apologies for calling that Greta wench a ‘wench’.

Whitefeather
Member

Beck is on at like 2pm PST and he is very close to Hannity. They need to move him to 7pm and he will be the #1 show they have!

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