It looks like viewers are starting to tune out the morning and late newscasts in the Mile High City.
KUSA was the only station to show growth in the morning.
While KUSA showed ratings gains in the morning, KWGN-Channel 2's "Daybreak" was flat; KMGH-Channel 7 and KCNC-Channel 4 were down.
The month's oddest stat: February saw a 50 percent rating increase for KUSA at 4:30 a.m.
At 6 a.m., KUSA led with a 2.2 rating, 22.1 share (percent of the viewing audience); KCNC followed with a 0.8 rating, 8 share. Trailing were KMGH with a 0.7 rating, 7.2 share; KDVR with a 0.6 rating, 6 share and KWGN with a 0.5 rating, 4.7 share.
In the late news race, every station showed declines in the late news audience. Weeknights at 10 p.m. among adults between the ages of 25 and 54, which is the target demo for news, KUSA averaged a 3 rating, 10.2 share; KCNC was No. 2 with a 1.6 rating, 5.4 share. KMGH trailed with a 0.8 rating, 2.8 share, and KDVR had a 0.7 rating, 2.4 share.
H/T Denver Post