Mainstream Media Viewership Dropping Substantially Due to Integrity Issues

Television and cable Mainstream Media viewership continues to plummet as more Americans have become weary of their dishonesty.

President Donald J. Trump was right when he mentioned CNN has experienced an 81 percent decrease in ratings during his Perry, Georgia Save America Rally on September 25.

🔹CNN has sunk to its lowest-rated week in weekday primetime with total viewers since December 2019.

🔹MSNBC now averages just slightly over 740,000 total viewers.

🔹MSNBC is now receiving their lowest-rated week in the weekday total day 25-54 age group since November 2015. 

“It underscores in broad daylight what sober and objective viewers already know: These ‘news organizations’ engage in activism through the bias of omission in serving at the pleasure of the White House communications team,” media analyst Joe Concha revealed.

🔹MSNBC’s, “The 11th Hour with Brian Williams,” “The ReidOut,” “The Beat with Ari Melber” and “Deadline: White House” are having their lowest-rated weeks ever in the 25-54 viewership range.

🔹”Gutfeld!” defeated all late-night programs on both broadcast and cable television last week, averaging 2,026,000 viewers.


🔹Greg Gutfeld’s Fox show dominates CBS’ “The Late Show with Stephen Colbert,” NBC’s The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon,” and ABC’s “Jimmy Kimmel Live!”

🔹For over a month now,Gutfeld has been the most-watched host in late-night television with total viewers.

“The average hour of cable offers viewers just nine minutes, 15 seconds of hard news, compared to an average of about 18 minutes of commercials. That’s not a lot of hard news for networks that put the word “news” in their name.”–

Media Research Center

🔹According to a new study by the Media Research Center, less than one-fourth (22.3%) of what is aired on cable news could be classified as hard news — just-the-facts reporting or live as-it-happens coverage of an unfolding event.

🔹Almost 80 percent of what’s on cable news now consists of talk-show discussion and opinionated commentary by the anchors.

🔹MSNBC is struggling profusely in the advertiser-coveted demographic of adults aged 25-54, with its top show in the category, “The Rachel Maddow Show,” finishing only No. 13 among all cable news programs.

🔹Fox News continues its No. 1 streak during the primetime hours of 8-11 p.m., averaging 2.7 million viewers.

Hannity, Maddow, Carlson

🔹ESPN averaged two million to finish second.

🔹MSNBC is far behind at 1.4 million.

🔹CNN has been out of the  top five networks during primetime for a long  whileand and barely averages viewership of only 799,000. 

🔹During the primetime hours of 8-11 p.m., Fox News averages 3.1 million viewers compared to 1.6 million for MSNBC and 928,000 for CNN. 

Bottom of the ratings pile.

News media enthusiasts have been particularly watchful of Jeffrey Toobin, who as a writer for The New Yorker, was fired for masturbating on-camera during a video-conference call with co-workers at The New Yorker in 2020.

Toobin & CNN are hard to take seri

In June, 2021, Toobin became CNN’s chief legal analyst. One keen observer wrote, tongue and cheek:

In other news, Jeffery Toobin is back and standing tall! Jeffery said he’s holding his own and shifting gears. He’s not going to let anything rub him the wrong way and taking a hands-on approach in the effort to make sure his career has the happy ending he’s striving for.

He is grateful for the second chance, after his stroke of bad luck, and will keep a firm grip on the situation to insure he remains upstanding and is very grateful to be exposed to the public, and his colleagues once again!

“Sounds about right, but then he is being protected because no one is talking about his short comings,” one observer commented.


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