As Sinclair’s Full Measure with Sharyl Attkisson nears its first anniversary, the show has posted significant ratings growth in several key markets, including Seattle, Oklahoma City, and Portland, Maine.
“Full Measure” is positioned for even greater success in its upcoming second season,” said Sinclair vice president of news Scott Livingston. “Television viewers across the nation have made clear that they value a news program that is not scared to take on any topic, especially tough ones, and is willing to hold politicians and government officials accountable for their actions.”
In Seattle, where the show airs on ABC station KOMO, ratings are up +55 percent. In Oklahoma City (on Fox affiliate KOKH) and Asheville, NC (ABC affiliate WLOS), the jump is even bigger, +100 percent over the previous year.
In the show’s time slot, Portland, Oregon ABC station KATU saw its ratings among viewers 25-54 jump +67 percent since Full Measure launched.
The show’s second season launches Sunday.