Fox News Sets 71-Week Record

( It was the 71st consecutive week that Fox News finished the week of June 20-26 with more daytime and prime time viewers than CNN and MSNBC combined.
In addition, Fox won its 25th straight week as the most-watched network on all basic cable networks.
Fox got off to a solid start this week, as The Five maintained its position as the most-watched program in cable news with 3.21 million total viewers on Monday.
Jesse Watters rounded out the top three with a total of 2.8 million viewers, placing her in third place. In second place was Tucker Carlson, who had 3.16 million total viewers.
On Monday, Rachel Maddow had 2.456 million viewers, more than Sean Hannity’s 2.446 million viewers. This was a rare victory for Maddow against Hannity.
The following is a complete rundown of the ratings for each show on cable news for Monday:

Total viewers:
CNN: 512,000
Fox News: 1.73 million
MSNBC: 1.02 million

25-54 Demo:
CNN: 112,000
Fox News: 252,000
MSNBC: 120,000

Here are the prime time averages — encompassing shows which air from 8-11 p.m. — in total viewers and the 25-54 demo.
Total viewers:
CNN: 596,000
Fox News: 2.60 million
MSNBC: 1.89 million
25-54 Demo:

CNN: 123,000
Fox News: 362,000
MSNBC: 189,000

In April, Fox News anchor Sean Hannity set a new record.
Since the passing of Larry King, Sean Hannity has established himself as the anchor of the longest-running primetime cable news program in the annals of television history.
The host of Fox News, who has worked for the channel since its inception in 1996, has been an integral part of the network’s primetime programming for 25 years, six months, and 15 days, shattering the record that King had previously held.
According to Suzanne Scott, the CEO of Fox News Media, “it has been an honor to watch Sean over the years because his honesty and smart analysis have built one of the most enduring ties with our viewers.”
He is a Fox News original and has contributed to the industry’s innovation. We are tremendously proud of his fantastic achievement.
Hannity expressed his gratitude not only to the firm but also to the viewers.
He said he is incredibly thankful to Fox News Media and his loyal, committed viewers, whom he is delighted to serve every night.