NBC Dominates November Sweep

The other networks just can’t compete with football-fueled NBC in the fall. The network will win its fourth straight November sweep, and by its largest margin yet. In fact, NBC will post the biggest November sweep advantage over the No. 2 network for any broadcaster in the past 19 years.

DMA 20

Sacramento Sweeps: KCRA, KOVR On Top


Strong Sweep For Veteran Syndie Leaders

Among the shows taking the top spots in their genres are Oprah, Judge Judy, Wheel of Fortune, ET and Two and a Half Men. Strong newcomers include Swift Justice, How I Met Your Mother and Criminal Minds.

DMA 50

Memphis Sweeps: WMC On Top Except At Noon

DMA 25

Indianapolis Sweeps: WTHR Wins, Races Tighten

DMA 31

Salt Lake Sweeps: KUTV Reveling In Top Status

DMA 23

Pittsburgh Sweeps: KDKA Rules, WPXI Grows


New York Sweeps: WPIX Tops WNYW At 10 P.M.

DMA 33

Cincinnati Sweeps: 4 Stations In Tight A.M. Race

DMA 14

Tampa Sweeps: WTVT Dominates, WFTS Improves

DMA 53

Providence Sweeps: WJAR Strong, WPRI Wins 11

WPTV Reporter Changes To Natural Hair In Sweeps

DMA 31

KSL, KUTV Dispute Late News Results

The November sweeps are over, and the winner of the local late-news ratings war is — well, it depends on who’s doing the counting. KSL issued a news release claiming a victory at 10 p.m. On the other hand, KUTV claims a photo finish and is awaiting clarification when more complete numbers are released this week.


Dallas Sweeps: News Ratings Race Tightens

CBS, Fox Tie For November Sweeps Win

For the first time since 2005, CBS will win a November sweeps. And for only the second time ever, so will Fox. With three nights left to tally in the month-long measurement period used by local stations to set ad rates, CBS and Fox projected victory yesterday, with ABC taking third and NBC finishing fourth.