WEEKDAYS AT 5AM
San Diego, CA – March 1, 2012 – NBC 7 San Diego News in the Morning sweeps local competition in the February 2012 ratings period, ranking #1 during the morning time period Monday – Friday 5-7AM. NBC 7 San Diego News in the Morning has ranked #1 in the San Diego market for 19 consecutive sweep periods and annual averages show NBC 7 San Diego News in the Morning as the #1 choice for local viewers for the past 10 years.
According to Nielsen NSI February Sweeps (2/2/2012 – 2/29/2012) NBC 7 San Diego’s 5AM News averaged a 1.3 rating/8.0 share HH and NBC 7 San Diego’s 6AM News posted a 2.4 rating/ 10.2 share HH, both ranking #1 during the morning time period ahead of KFMB, KGTV, KUSI and KSWB. NBC 7 San Diego News in the Morning is anchored by Jason Austell and Marianne Kushi. Meteorologist Jodi Kodesh covers weather and Whitney Southwick reports traffic.
“We have a great team on the air and behind the scenes. They’re truly passionate about getting your day started right with the information you need,” says Greg Dawson, NBC 7 San Diego Vice President of News.
About NBC 7 San Diego
Celebrating nearly 50 years of dedicated news service, NBC 7 San Diego-KNSD is the only network owned television station in San Diego. It is also the only station in San Diego to broadcast from the heart of downtown at 225 Broadway. Producing over 25 hours of award-winning local news and information each week, NBC 7 San Diego is committed to keeping our community connected to what’s current, whether on-air or online at NBCSanDiego.com. And with the creation of unique and engaging digital franchises like SoundDiego and The GOODS along with our digital channel, NBC California Nonstop, NBC 7 San Diego keeps locals on top of it all. Passionately supportive of our county, NBC 7 San Diego also partners year-round with local organizations and campaigns to give back to the community we so proudly call home.
About NBC Owned Television Stations
NBC Owned Television Stations is the division of NBC Universal that includes 10 local television stations and their digital channels and websites, as well as a group of out-of-home properties and a production company. The 10 stations produce and deliver compelling and unique local news, information and entertainment programming to viewers in the communities they serve, which include New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, Philadelphia, San Francisco Bay Area, Dallas-Fort Worth, Washington, D.C., Miami, San Diego and Connecticut, with a goal of connecting to their audiences anytime and anywhere.