CNN in ratings ‘freefall’ well behind Fox, MSNBC: Reports

    Updated: July 11, 2019 at 5:35 pm EST  See Comments

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    To read Fox News, rival CNN is “suffering a credibility crisis as viewership for the once-proud network continues to crater,” although a different report says the cable news network was “a top 10 basic cable network” during the second quarter.

    Don Lemon is one of CNN’s prime time lineup now trailing in the ratings, according to AdWeek.

    Adweek reported that CNN finished among the ten most-watched basic networks during the daytime for 12 consecutive quarters.

    But the home of Anderson Cooper, Don Lemon and Chris Cuomo appears to be in trouble, finishing No. 15 in prime time, according to Adweek numbers. Fox News said “CNN ‘s audience shriveled in the second quarter of 2019, averaging only 541,000 total viewers, less than half Fox News Channel’s 1.3 million average.”

    So, what’s going on? Is there a “credibility crisis?” Prior to release of the Mueller Report, the network talking heads and guests all seemed in agreement that the downfall of President Donald Trump was just over the horizon. But the sun set on that pretty rapidly once the report was out.

    According to the Daily Wire, “The stats are striking when one compares CNN to Fox News. Fox has 2.4 million primetime

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