WATCH: Trump Calls Into OAN to Mock Fox News For Its Poor Ratings

Thanks to the January 6th insurrection, Donald Trump can no longer issue long rants on Twitter. He tried to start his own website, but that has not gone all that well.

Instead, Trump has had to call into cable news stations to do his complaining.  He has mostly called into Fox, and the Conservative news station has been happy to have him. But on Thursday, he called into Fox competitor OAN. read more

Trump’s Tuesday Night Newsmax Interview Was a Ratings Bomb and It Might Be the Beginning of the End

Donald Trump is obsessed with television ratings. This was quite clear then he was the host of The Apprentice when he frequently exaggerated the size of the show’s audience.

Trump would also use ratings to attack TV journalists who were critical of his presidency. Anyone who wasn’t on board with the MAGA movement was a low ratings failure. read more

For the First Time in 20 Years Both MSNBC and CNN Beat Fox News in Ratings

Last week had a number of major political events. On Monday, Donald Trump made a stump speech in Dalton Georgia. On Tuesday, Americans eagerly awaiting the results of the Georgia senate race.

On Wednesday, viewers tuned in to see the election challenge being mounted by Trump loyalists in the House and Senate. As the fight began, though, a mob of Trump supporters stormed the US Capitol. read more

A Tough 2010: Keith Olbermann’s Ratings Drop by 25%

The bad news keeps coming for MSNBC's Keith Olbermann. The 2010 ratings data is starting to trickle in, and the news is not so great for the Countdown host. In a down year for cable news where all three networks registered a decline in viewers, Keith Olbermann lost 11% of his total audience, but what is most troubling is that among the coveted age 25-54 demographic Olbermann lost 25% of his audience.

Has Rachel Maddow Become MSNBC’s #1 Show?

While looking through the past couple of weeks of prime time cable news ratings, I noticed something interesting. Keith Olbermann's Countdown is no longer the dominate show on the network. Olbermann's program is being challenged for in house supremacy by The Rachel Maddow Show. Maddow has been running neck and neck with or defeating Countdown on a regular basis.