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BREAKING: Martin Bashir to Replace Phil Griffin as President of MSNBC NBC News

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In a surprise move, controversial commentator Martin Bashir has been tapped to lead NBC in 2014 as the network’s new President. “I couldn’t be happier”, said Bashir, “I think as a news organization, we’re on the right track, heading in the right direction. An NBC spokesman confirmed the transition. “We think Martin’s a great choice to bring dynamism and creativity to the network. We’re proud to have Mr. Bashir take on these new responsibilities.”  

November Ratings: MSNBC Loses 45% of Viewers

Compared to November of last year, MSNBC‘s viewership has nearly been cut in half and the “Lean Forward” network continues to get crushed by Fox News.

MSNBC:

Primetime (Mon-Sun): 645,000 Total Viewers / 190,000 A25-54

Total Day (Mon-Sun): 401,000 Total Viewers / 124,000 A25-54

 Fox News:

Primetime (Mon-Sun): 2,011,000 total viewers / 348,000 A25-54

Total Day Mon-Sun): 1,201,000 total viewers / 248,000 A25-54

In total viewers, Fox News beats MSNBC by nearly 3-to-1. In the advertiser-coveted 25-54 demo, the ratio is closer to 2-to-1.

Compared to November of last year (a presidential election year), MSNBC is down 45% in total day viewers and 50% during primetime. Fox is down only 21% and 18%, respectively.

In the 25-54 demo, MSNBC is down 52% in total day compared to last year, and 57% during primetime. Fox news is down 30% and 41%, respectively.

CNN is a rolling disaster.

November Ratings: MSNBC Loses 45% of Viewers

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5 Comments on “BREAKING: Martin Bashir to Replace Phil Griffin as President of MSNBC NBC News”

  1. […] The Butcher In a surprise move, controversial commentator Martin Bashir has been tapped to lead NBC in 2014 as […]

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  3. cynthia says:

    I do not believe this, but would like to see Martin Bashir on the network again…


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