"60 MINUTES" MAKES TOP 10 FOR SECOND TIME IN THREE WEEKS
America's Number-One News Broadcast is Sunday's Top Program
60 MINUTES made Nielsen's Top 10 list for the second time in three weeks, drawing an audience that also placed it at the top of Sunday's primetime line-up. America's number-one news program drew 11.94 million viewers to finish at #8 for the week, according to Nielsen live plus same day ratings.
The program was also Sunday's top-rated in households (7.5/13).
Sunday's broadcast featured a Scott Pelley report from the disaster in Japan caused by the earthquake and tsunami, a look at the debate over removing the N-word from "Huckleberry Finn" by Byron Pitts, and Morley Safer's profile of the archbishop of New York.
CBS News Chairman Jeff Fager is the executive producer of 60 MINUTES.