CNN Sees Its Ratings Crater in April, Reports Say

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BY Jack Phillips

May 2, 2019

CNN’s ratings saw a significant drop in April 2019 as compared with last year, said Nielsen Media Research.

The firm said the network’s prime-time ratings dropped by 26 percent, making it the lowest-rated month in total viewers since October 2015, reported The Hill.

Nielsen Media Research added that MSNBC’s ratings declined by 14 percent, according to the report.

For CNN, in the coveted 25 to 54-year-old demographic, it was the lowest-watched month since August 2015. It was down 41 percent from the previous April, Forbes reported.

 

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5 COMMENTS

  1. Viewers on both sides of the border have probably had enough grumbling about Donald J. Trump. Trump. #45 constantly complains about basically the same things. Including how he beat Hillar Clinton in 2016. Just think we have the 2019 Primaries to go through before the 2020 Election itself. And for Canadians, they also have a General Election this year. (Not to be left out)!

  2. CNN brought this on themselves and quite likely there will be many changes over the rest of this year with both Management and On Air People.

    I am however convinced that there may be much for them to cover once the Horowitz and Barr Investigation into the Spying of the Trump Campaign, the Dossier, the DOJ, the FBI, and the rest begins to bare Fruit. Lynch, Susan Rice, Comey, Brennen, Strzock, Page,McCabe, Clapper, and many more will soon face serious scrutiny and there will be much to report.

    I look forward to the coverage. Hopefully by then will be better suited to simply report the facts and not manipulate the News coverage.

    Only time will tell.

  3. BMCQ
    You’re probably right but CNN isn’t capable of reporting it even in a remotely unbiased fashion.
    Como and

  4. CNN anchors became way too self-righteous, and that’s a major turnoff. Throw in a few lightweights like Lemon and Cooper, what did the suits think would happen. Bad hires, bad strategy, bad execution. Everybody thinks they’re a talk show host, but without the experience, education etc, it doesn’t take long for an audience to go elsewhere having figured out he/she is trying too hard but with few tools in the toolbox to bluff for long. Listen locally in Vancouver, you’ll see what I mean.

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