Skip to comments.August 2013 Ratings: MSNBC Down Double Digits
Posted on 08/28/2013 6:39:00 AM PDT by Night Hides Not
MSNBC continued its rough 2013 in the ratings, continuing to lose significant audience from 2012. The problems were particularly prevalent in primetime, with some shows losing close to -50% of viewer
Morning Joe was down -9% in total viewers and -17% in the A25-54 demographic compared to the same month last year, which actually was a better result than many of the programs that came later in the day.
In primetime, The Rachel Maddow Show posted all-time low ratings in total and demo viewers, down -43% and -47%, respectively. The Last Word posted a low in total viewers, losing -40% of its total viewer audience and -42% of its demo audience. at 8 PM, All in was down -48% and -42% in total and demo viewers, respectively, placing behind CNN for the hour.
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MSNBC goes down quicker than Sandra Fluke at a frat party.
Good. Nothing but left wing dribble.
Without the EEEEEEEEEVIL Bush in power and no Occupy Wall Street to fawn over, leftist skulls o’ mush have no reason to tune in.
This made me laugh so hard I got the hiccups! Bravo!
double middle digits
What is 50% of no one?
To The Tune of “Ode to Joy”:
Schadenfreude, Gut und Funky
Zay Getz Zare Cummuppenzee
Rachel Maddow, Morning Joey
Tank on MSNBC!
Love zee Smell of Crashund burnink
Smells Joost lak dee victory
Schadenfreude, Makes me happy
Ha ha Ho Ho Hee hee hee!
Merry Christmas GOPJ, this will make you smile .
More like almost half.
Down double digits? You mean they were actually above single digits???
Why do supposedly astute businesses advertise on this lousy channel that none but the unemployed university Leftists living in their parent’s basements are watching? (The other dependent classes have soaps, BET and MTV to watch, showing some taste when they reject paste-faced White feminists like Mika and Maddow.)
I guess their core viewers are moving over to Al Jazeera, where they feel more at home...the further left, the better.
Doesn’t matter what MSNBC’s ratings are, IT SERVES A PURPOSE. In the largely-gay NBC “Family”, it could lose a billion dollars, and they would still run with it.
It coordinates the most radical of the most radical for the Socialist Democrats and Media Matters/OFA, and gets the administration message out.
OMG! Cannot conservatives and the R party see the opportunity that is opening up in America? The left is watching popular appeal slip away and millions more Americans are looking for some kind of hope and way out of the dismal future looming before them. Millions of Americans and people in other countries are recognizing that the socialists in the US have no clothes. This is the time to coalesce the people with a common sense conservative and positive message. This is the time for a positive leader to hammer the socialists and reassure Americans and people elsewhere that regular Americans have not all lost their sanity and that a brighter future is coming. Let’s spread that message now.
Embarassing though it is, The fools of the GOPe are running toward the left, resigned to a “demographic shift” and promising a future like Argentina’s past. When they have finally purged themselves of common sense conservatism, and arrive at their socialist destination, nobody will be home. Joke’s on them.
If we could get a la carte cable, these commies would disappear from the airways.
“Why do supposedly astute businesses advertise on this lousy channel”
I’m sure it is sold as part of a total NBC advertising package.
Also, if you dared to single out MSNBC as someone you refuse to advertise on, the fascists come after you. It’s a cheap way to keep the radicals off your back for a large company. It’s how you do business under fascism, in the Democrat Vampire Economy.
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