MSNBC Ratings collapse :)

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  1. stg58

    stg58 Monkey+++ Site Supporter+ Founding Member

    The 2 voices of the democrat party change their share of the gullible pie..

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    The soft start for All In With Chris Hayes has not helped. Hayes, down 32 percent in total viewers from The Ed Show last May, has offered a poor lead-in for MSNBC's primetime flagship The Rachel Maddow Show at 9 p.m.. The show delivered its lowest-rated month since it debuted in Sept. 2008 (717,000 total viewers) and its second-lowest with adults 25-54 (210,000). Maddow was topped by typical time slot victor Sean Hannity and CNN's Piers Morgan.
    Winner FNC, posting modest year-to-year losses in the key demo, was still number three across all of cable in both primetime and total day. Heavily covering White House woes like the Benghazi hearings, the network averaged 1,246,000 daily viewers (up 24 percent) and 236,000 adults 25-54 (down 5 percent) for the full day. Primetime saw 17 percent growth with 1,973,000 total viewers and a 6 percent dip with 308,000 in 25-54.
    CNN is in significantly better shape than it was last May when it hit 20-year lows. The network's year-to-year growth brought in a third place 465,000 total viewers for total day and a second place 660,000 total viewers in primetime, growth of 61 and 70 percent. CNN's demo jumps were more considerable, rising 92 percent to 161,000 adults 25-54 in total day and 97 percent to 225,000 adults 25-54 in primetime.

    Total Day
    FNC: 1,246,000 total viewers, up 24 percent (236,000 in 25-54, down 5 percent)
    CNN: 465,000 total viewers, up 61 percent (161,000 in 25-54, up 92 percent)
    MSNBC: 346,000 total viewers, down 10 percent (115,000 in 25-54, down 7 percent)
    HLN: 494,000 total viewers, up 111 percent (175,000 in 25-54, up 90 percent)

    Primetime
    FNC: 1,973,000 total viewers, up 17 percent (308,000 in 25-54, down 6 percent)
    CNN: 660,000 total viewers, up 70 percent (225,000 in 25-54, up 97 percent)
    MSNBC: 539,000 total viewers, down 20 percent (175,000 in 25-54, down 19 percent)
    HLN: 624,000 total viewers, up 91 percent (209,000 in 25-54, up 97 percent)
     
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