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June 2008

East Texans Again Make KLTV Their #1 Choice For News

KLTV 7 would like to thank you, East Texas, for honoring us with your trust and loyalty.

The audience ratings for May 2008 are in, and the vast majority of East Texans continue to rely on KLTV 7 as their primary source of news, weather and sports information.  For years now, our KLTV News audience has doubled, even tripled the competition.

The entire KLTV 7 family wants you to know how grateful we are for your support.  Thank you.

Based on the Nielson Audience Survey in May, here is the list of Top 10 Newscasts in East Texas.

  • 1.) KLTV East Texas News at 10:00 pm, Sunday : 70,600 viewers
  • 2.) KLTV East Texas News at 10:00 pm, Monday - Friday : 70,300 viewers
  • 3.) KLTV East Texas News at 6:00 pm, Monday - Friday : 68,100 viewers
  • 4.) KLTV East Texas News at 5:00 pm, Monday - Friday : 51,900 viewers
  • 5.) KLTV East Texas News at 10:00 pm, Saturday : 45,600 viewers
  • 6.) KLTV Good Morning East Texas at 6:30 am, Monday - Friday : 36,000 viewers
  • 7.) KLTV Good Morning East Texas at 6:00 am, Monday - Friday : 30,700 viewers
  • 8.) KLTV East Texas News at 6:00 pm, Saturday : 23,700 viewers
  • 9.) KTRE East Texas News at 6:00 pm, Monday - Friday : 19,600 viewers
  • 10.) Local NBC station, 10:00 pm News, Monday - Friday : 15,800 viewers

 

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