Fox News dominates July ratings as CNN continues to struggle

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Fox News Channel finished July as the most-watched network across all of basic cable as liberal CNN fell to new lows in key categories.
Americans flocked to Fox News during a busy month that included coverage of tragic Miami building collapse, Richard Branson and Jeff Bezos launching into space and ongoing coverage of the coronavirus pandemic. Fox News averaged 1.2 million viewers to finish as the No. 1 basic cable network among total day viewers, followed by MSNBC and HGTV.

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Fox News also finished first during the primetime hours of 8-11 p.m. ET, averaging 2.1 million to dominate the field. MSNBC finished second but was well behind with 1.3 million average viewers, while HGTV, TNT and ESPN rounded out the top five.

"Tucker Carlson Tonight" was the most-watched program on cable news, averaging 3.1 million viewers. Hannity" finished second with 2.7 million and "The Five" finished third, averaging 2.5 million viewers to beat all primetime programming on CNN and MSNBC despite airing at 5 p.m. ET.

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