Viewers are responding to the 6 p.m. ET SportsCenter, with the program on track for four consecutive months of year-over-year viewership growth.
With Sage Steele and Kevin Negandhi taking over as consistent anchors on May 14, the program averaged 531,000 viewers through the rest of the month, up 19 percent over the 447,000 average for the same period in 2017.
The 6 p.m. SportsCenter has been keying on delivering fans up-to-the-minute news, previews and analysis of the night’s slate of games and events. For the quarter of April, May and June to date, the program has averaged 491,000 viewers, a six percent rise over the average of 463,000 for the same period last year.
So far this month, the program is up two percent over 2017, while for the entire month of May, average viewership was up six percent. April’s programs saw a nine percent year-over-year rise, which followed a four percent rise for March.
more recommended stories
Ninja Becomes First Gaming Superstar to Be Featured on the Cover of ESPN The Magazine in the Gaming Issue, on Newsstands Friday, Sept. 21
Cover image: http://bit.ly/2xtzBkX ESPN The Magazine’s.
ESPN2 Presents the Inaugural Campeones Cup
MLS’s Toronto FC vs. Mexico’s Liga.
ABC’s Saturday Night Football: Ohio State vs. TCU – More than 7.3 Million Viewers, Most-Watched Game of the Year on any Network; ESPN/ABC Up 27% on Saturday
Week 3 Highlights: ESPN Beats Broadcast.
Monday Night Football Helps ESPN Win the Night among All Networks
Seahawks-Bears is No. 1 Telecast of.
ESPN’s College Football Week 4 Schedule: No. 7 Stanford at No. 20 Oregon on ABC’s Saturday Night Football Highlights Schedule with a Top 10 Team in Every Saturday Game Window
ABC’s SNF Returns to Oregon for.
College Football Week 3: ABC’s Saturday Night Football: Ohio State-TCU is Highest-Rated Game of the Season on Any Network; ESPN and ABC Both Up 27% Year-Over-Year on Saturday
ABC/ESPN Air Four of Six Highest-Rated.
Seattle Storm’s Championship Clincher Highest-Rated WNBA Finals Game on ESPN2 Since 2010, Up 33% From Last Year
The Seattle Storm’s championship-clinching Game 3.
UPDATE: ESPN’s College Football Week 3 Schedule
Numerous Games Impacted by Hurricane Florence.
GRAMMY-Nominated Singer Andra Day, Maverick Carter, the USA Women’s Olympic Hockey Team, Danica Patrick, Candace Parker, Breanna Stewart, and Jordyn Wieber Headline the Ninth Annual espnW: Women + Sports Summit
Featured Speakers also include Michele Roberts,.
Vivid Seats Expands Agreement to Serve as ESPN’s Official Ticket Marketplace
To share: https://es.pn/2p58xVf ESPN Extends Deal.