According to Comscore, 149 million U.S. unique visitors came to CNN’s digital properties in October 2020. Globally, September 2020 registered 192 million unique visitors to CNN Digital properties – an increase of more than 23.5 million unique visitors from one year ago, according to Comscore (September 2020 data is the most current available for global traffic).
CNN Digital has seen an average monthly global audience of nearly 218 million unique visitors every month of 2020 to date.
CNN retained its position as the top digital news destination, a ranking it’s held for more than 4 consecutive years for U.S. unique visitors, and for more than one year for global unique visitors, by holding the top position in October 2020 in the key categories of global news, U.S. unique visitors, mobile unique visitors, video unique viewers, and millennial unique visitors (September 2020 data is the most current available for both global traffic and video viewer rankings).
CNN reached more global unique visitors than any other news platform in the world in September 2020, with 192 million unique multiplatform visitors – more than 7.5 million unique visitors than the nearest competitor, the BBC (September 2020 data is the most current available).
• CNN.com – 192 Million Multiplatform Unique Visitors in September 2020
• BBC – 185 million unique visitors
• Yahoo News – 157 million unique visitors
• DailyMail.co.uk – 134 million unique visitors
• The New York Times Brand – 123 million unique visitors
Source: Comscore MMX® Multi-Platform, Custom-Defined List, Total Digital Audience, September 2020, Worldwide Rollup. Based on CNN.com entity compared to a custom list of single brand, English-language, global competitors in the News/Information Category, including The United States, Canada, Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Chile, China, Colombia, Finland, France, Germany, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Malaysia, Mexico, Norway, Singapore, Spain, Taiwan, United Kingdom and Vietnam. CNN Brand entity used prior to October 2018. (September 2020 data is the most current available).