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Tuesday, May 23, 2017

Fox News Slips to 3rd Place

Bye Bye Fox

  • Except for Hannity and Tucker Carlson I have given up on Fox as it turns to the Left.
  • This last Sunday morning Fox was running at my local restaurant.  The subject was the FBI and the headline under the talking heads for the entire segment was "Trump Coup" and "Trump Fascism".
  • Fox was always a joke and nothing but a cheerleader station for the GOP. Many true Conservatives like Dr. Michael Savage and Alex Jones were banned from the station because they point out the BS of the open borders, big government loving GOP.

(Hollywood Reporter)  -  A week filled with developments from the Trump administration has MSNBC leading primetime and CNN boasting total-day demo victories.

Both CNN and MSNBC nabbed big wins among adults 25-54, with CNN winning total day in the key demo for the workweek and MSNBC scoring in primetime. Though it was a tight race between 8 and 11 p.m. throughout the week, FNC ranked below the other two for the first time in almost 17 years.
Primetime Averages for May 15-19
1. MSNBC: 611,000 adults 25-54; 2.44 million viewers
2. CNN: 589,000 adults 25-54; 1.65 million viewers
3. FNC: 497,000 adults 25-54; 2.41 million viewers
Standout telecasts include CNN's Anderson Cooper 360. With Bill O'Reilly now out of play in the 8 o'clock time slot for more than a month, Cooper placed No. 1 for the hour Monday through Friday. (The last time CNN had such a streak in the hour was during coverage of the Sept. 11 attacks in 2001.) MSNBC and FNC traded off the No. 2 slot, with O'Reilly replacement Tucker Carlson coming in at No. 3 on several nights.
Rachel Maddow remains the biggest story in cable news. Her nightly dominance now a safe bet, the anchor's MSNBC show topped the week among adults 25-54 with an average 760,000 viewers in the key news demo. The Rachel Maddow Show is driving MSNBC to a record streak.
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1 comment:

Anonymous said...

who cares ...
they are the same now ...