Hillary Clinton has popped up on just about every station, network, cable network to promote her new book.
On the same day, Clinton was on CNN and Fox News.
So which one did viewers watch?
The Hollywood Reporter writes that Clinton first appeared in an hour-long "Town Hall" on CNN, before splitting a half-hour interview between adjacent Fox News Channel series Special Report with Bret Baier and On the Record with Greta Van Susteren. Despite the truncated time, it was FNC that delivered the bigger ratings — outperforming CNN with nearly four times the audience.
For the half-hour, which aired between 6:45 and 7:15 p.m. ET, FNC averaged a 2 million viewers and 313,000 adults 25-54. For its admittedly very early 5 p.m. Town Hall, CNN pulled 521,000 viewers and 115,000 adults 25-54.