CNN, the Most Busted Name in Television will soon pay the price for becoming a propaganda site, and most, if not all of their commentators will be put out to pasture because there are only so many that MSNBC, the NYT, and the WaPo can absorb.
CNN will soon merge with WarnerMedia with Discovery chief David Zaslav from failed CNN chief, Jeffrey Zucker, CNN is expected to return to an all-news format but in all likelihood will still pull hard to the left.
In the month of October, CNN only had 2 prime-time shows with one million or more viewers, and that id a 75% drop since January.
MSNBC has also taken a huge hit of over 70% and Fox lost viewers too but only 14%. CNN was formerly a non-profit company….but not by choice.
With Zucker, it was all about the propaganda. Their numbers dropped off after Biden took over and they switched to if you can’t say anything nice about the Democrat STFU.
The only thing spookier than Halloween for CNN is the network’s freefalling viewership.
During the month of October, nearly every single program failed to average 1 million viewers, according to Nielsen data. This marks historic lows for the so-called “most trusted name in news.”
The only two exceptions during the 31 days were the 90-minute Biden town hall, which still came in third place behind Fox News and MSNBC averaging only 1.2 million viewers, and the 30-minute “Cuomo Prime Time” that aired immediately after with 1.1 million.
CNN averaged a devastating 480,000 in total day viewership in October, a whopping 76% drop from January amid the chaotic transition from President Trump to President Biden. Fox News averaged 1.4 million and maintained its total day viewership from earlier this year while MSNBC averaged 657,000 viewers in October, resulting in a 61% drop from January. The network lost 14% of its viewers from September.
CNN’s weeknight primetime lineup didn’t fare much better, averaging just 733,000, an astonishing 78% drop from January. MSNBC averaged 1.5 million viewers in primetime, losing over half of its audience since January. Meanwhile, Fox News dominated with 2.6 million viewers, marking only a 14% decrease from the turbulent weeks leading up to Biden’s inauguration.