By The Geller Report
CNN was once the standard for providing news. Today they are a laughing stock. How much longer before Warner Media says enough? How can Jeff Zucker show his face in public?
By The First, January 12, 2022
CNN continued its downward death spiral in early 2022 as new data showed the cable news network shedding 80% of its total audience compared to January 2021.
“Fox News Channel kicked off the new year as the No. 1 basic cable network from Jan. 3-9, 2022, as CNN saw staggering declines, shedding nearly 90% of its early 2021 audience in multiple categories.
CNN averaged 2.7 million viewers from Jan. 4-10 last year as the network experienced a brief post-election spike but plummeted to only 548,000 average viewers last week, for a stunning year-over-year drop of 80% of its total audience,” reports Fox News.
“MSNBC also dropped significant viewers compared to the same week last year, losing 67% of its total audience, 80% among the key demo and 83% of younger people. MSNBC averaged only 88,000 viewers among the advertiser-coveted demo to finish behind even struggling CNN in the category. Fox News crushed both liberal options with 223,000 average viewers among the demo, and it retained at least 65% of viewers in all total day categories,” adds Fox.
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