Cable Network Ranker: Week of June 11

By Alex Weprin 

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It was another slow news week last week, and it was reflected in the cable network ranker.

Fox News is still the top cable news channel, placing 4th in primetime among all ad-supported cable networks with 1.69 million viewers. FNC placed 7th in total day with 1.03 million.

MSNBC placed 29th in primetime and 33rd in total day with 564,000 and 357,000 viewers, respectively. CNN placed 36th in both primetime and total day, drawing 382,000 and 281,000 viewers, respectively.

HLN placed 41st in primetime and 42nd in total day with 344,000 and 243,000 viewers, respectively. Current TV placed 93rd in primetime and 95th in total day with 22,000 and 23,000 viewers, respectively.

For the business nets: CNBC placed 55th in primetime and 56th in total day with 184,000 and 124,000 viewers, respectively. Fox Business Network was 87th in primetime and 84th in total day with 59,000 and 50,000 viewers, respectively. Bloomberg TV, of course, hasn’t been rated by Nielsen since it launched in 1994.

The full cable network ranker is below.

All Cable Ranker Week of 6-11-12