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TV ratings show Chiefs-Ravens in Baltimore is most-watched AFC championship game ever

January 31, 2024
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Sunday’s game at M&T Bank Stadium in Baltimore between the Kansas City Chiefs and the Ravens was the most-watched AFC championship game ever, setting a new ratings record of more than 55 million average viewers, according to CBS. The game, in which the Kansas City Chiefs defeated the Ravens 17-10, was broadcast on CBS and streamed on Paramount Plus. In a news release Tuesday, CBS said that 55.47 million viewers watched the game — a number 1.1% greater than the previous record for an AFC championship audience set in 2011 when 54.85 million football fans watched the New York Jets defeat the Pittsburgh Steelers.

 

 

Article Source: Baltimore Sun

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