Fox Business Network’s “Kudlow,” which appears weekdays at 4 p.m., reported 192,000 average total viewers in August, beating out CNBC’s “Closing Bell” for the first time, according to Nielsen Media Research.
The show, which launched earlier this year, ended August with its second-highest rated month ever
Stuart Varney’s three-hour market open program “Varney & Co.” posted 210,000 total viewers for the month and is the highest-rated show on Fox Business. “The Claman Countdown,” which airs at 3 p.m. weekdays, averaged 136,000 total viewers, while “Cavuto: Coast to Coast” averaged 134,000 total viewers, and “Making Money with Charles Payne” averaged 132,000 viewers.
Fox Business also scored five out of the top 15 shows in the coveted advertising demo of persons aged 25-54 in all of business news this month. The audiences for “Kennedy,” “Making Money with Charles Payne,” “The Claman Countdown,” “Cavuto: Coast to Coast,” “Kudlow,” and “Fox Business Tonight” all averaged above $112,000 in median income.
Fox Business is in nearly 80 million households.