Major health organizations worldwide have touted the benefits of breastfeeding and engaged in campaigns to increase rates of practice. The present study content analyses network television news transcripts (N = 475) to investigate the coverage of breastfeeding over a fifteen year time period (1999-2013) across three networks (ABC, NBC, CBS). Results revealed that although television news reports on breastfeeding have steadily increased, topics have become more trivial. Reports were also found to heavily rely on episodic frames and primarily appear in morning news programs. Such coverage may have the ability to diminish the importance breastfeeding has on society and deter policy advancement. Theoretical and practical implications for campaign development and promotion are discussed.