The ratings are in and CNN’s Jeff Zucker has some decisions to make
CNN is struggling to keep up.
Their constant anti-Trump attacks are falling on deaf ears.
Now the ratings are in, and it was bad news for CNN.
CNN had less than half the primetime viewers of Fox News in November.
CNN also placed behind children’s cartoon channel Nickelodeon and the Hallmark Channel in total day ratings.
On the other hand, Fox News remained king with its 29th consecutive month as the highest-rated cable news network.
The Daily Caller reports:
Fox News’ monster ratings kept them steady in the number one cable spot in November, while cable news competitors CNN and MSNBC were unable to best the cheesy holiday movies featured on the Hallmark Channel.
November marked Fox’s 29th consecutive month as the highest-rated cable network in total day, according to Nielsen Media Research. However, the cable news giant fell to second behind ESPN in primetime ratings.
MSNBC finished fourth in each category behind Fox, ESPN, and Hallmark, while CNN finished sixth in each category. CNN lost to USA Network in primetime and Nickelodeon in total day.
Fox News: 1,475,000
Fox News: 2,439,000
CNN made a huge fuss over Jim Acosta’s press pass being revoked.
But the First Amendment doesn’t give fake news reporters the right to grandstand in front of the president and shove female White House aides aside.
The truth is CNN’s president, Jeff Zucker, has turned the network into nothing more than a 24/7 anti-Trump network.
And now their ratings are on life support.