admin Posted August 20, 2018 Share Posted August 20, 2018 A recently ratings report released by Nielsen Media Research identify’s that ratings for CNN are considerably embarrassing. Lets also not forget that if you frequently travel, you’ll see CNN in most airports across the country, which helps artificially inflate even those horrifying network numbers. Breitbart Recently Reported: CNN tanked in the cable ratings between August 6 and August 12, losing out to Fox News, MSNBC, and even the History Channel show Ancient Aliens, according to the latest data from Nielsen Media Research. CNN’s competitors, Fox News and MSNBC, defeated CNN handily in the ratings war this week. Fox News took the number one slot for primetime viewership at 2.18 million viewers, and MSNBC came in second with 1.75 million viewers. CNN finished in a distant seventh place, attracting 992,000 average viewers and falling behind HGTV, USA, the History Channel, and TBS in the weekly ratings. The primetime lineup for the History Channel includes the show Ancient Aliens, a show which delves into the conspiracy theories behind aliens, while CNN’s lineup features hosts Anderson Cooper and Chris Cuomo. The History Channel had 1.06 million viewers in primetime this week. When you have a show that is based on conspiracy theories out ranking a news network that claims to be a trusted source for news, these numbers have to be a nightmare for Producers and top network executives. These ratings are nothing new if you are closely following the demise of viewership among once top rated news organizations. Lets rewind to July 11, 2017 and a debate between then senior Trump Administration adviser Dr. Sebastian Gorka and Alisyn Camerota from CNN. ‘More People Watching Nick at Night Than CNN’ Paul Joseph Watson ✔@PrisonPlanet Sebastian Gorka: More people watch cartoons than CNN. 10:41 AM - Jul 11, 2017 16.5K 10.2K people are talking about this Twitter Ads info and privacy What are your thoughts? Are these numbers going to be the eventual demise of these once respected news organizations, or will they continue to receive money from TOP donors to push an agenda? Let us know your thoughts below. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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