Rachel Maddow had her best viewership month in over two years as MSNBC posted bigger ratings growth than Fox News and CNN in January.
Rachel Maddow and MSNBC are experiencing double-digit ratings growth with younger viewers while Fox News has seen their viewership decline by 11% with persons age 25-54.
The long-term problems at Fox News were exposed as CNN beat Fox News among the key age 25-54 demo for four straight days last week.
As Fox News's audience continues to age, the conservative network inches close to death as in 2014 its median audience dropped to 1.1 million.
Viewers are fleeing Fox News as their attempt to turn Benghazi into a real scandal has led to ratings dropping by 27% in May.
Fox News has gone all Benghazi all of the time, and the result has been Fox's worst rated non-holiday week with younger viewers since before 9/11/ in 2001.
For the second time this year MSNBC's Rachel Maddow has defeated Fox News in the coveted age 25-54 demographic, while Chris Matthews also defeated Fox News with younger viewers at 7 PM.
MSNBC's coverage of the Chris Christie scandal has powered Chris Matthews, Rachel Maddow and Lawrence O'Donnell all to wins over Fox News with younger viewers age 25-54.
Fox News' attempt to stop the flood of young viewers from fleeing the network failed as FNC lost the most young viewers of any cable news network in 2013.
Younger viewers continue to tune out Fox News as the network's ratings for the month of August hit their lowest level since 2001.
Fox News lost 34% of their young primetime viewers during the first quarter of 2013, but over at MSNBC, Rachel Maddow's young viewership continues to grow.
The new Pew State of the Media report confirmed that Fox News could be facing future economic woes because for the second straight year they have failed to add any new viewers.
Younger television viewers continue to abandon Fox News in droves. In February, Fox is down another 29% with viewers age 25-54 in primetime.
President Obama's reelection has had a devastating impact on Fox News. Ratings are down, viewer trust is at an all time low, and now the network is caught in the middle of a Republican civil war.
It looking like there is real trouble at Fox News. A new PPP TV news poll found that viewer trust in Fox News has fallen to an all time low. Only 41% of viewers trust Fox News.
Here are two pieces of news that may seem unrelated, but aren't. President Obama's job approval rating has hit a four year high of 60% at the same time as Fox News' ratings plummet to a 12 year low.
Changing demographics aren't just winning elections, they are reshaping cable news. MSNBC's Rachel Maddow and Lawrence O'Donnell beat their Fox News competition every day last week in the 25-54 demo.
Not only is the Republican primary pushing away voters, it is also turning off cable news watchers. Case in point, ratings leader Fox News saw a 17% decline in viewership in March.
The cable news ratings for the third quarter of 2010 were released today, and Fox News is showing signs of decline as their viewership has decreased by 21%, and their top shows all posted double digit losses, while MSNBC's shows, grew and the network attracted more younger viewers.
Since we last checked on the viewership totals for Glenn Beck's Fox News show viewers have continued to flee his program. Last Friday, Beck hit a new all time low of 1.743 million viewers. The new twist of Beck's plummet is that he is now being in the ratings by such Fox News heavyweights as Bret Baier and Greta Van Susteren. Even Shep Smith beat him once.