Fox = Top 13 of 15 cable news shows!!!!!

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    Still Rolling: Fox News Has Its Best January Ever | TV | Mediaite

    yet another loss for the k00ks!!!!

    I keep seeing bogus threads about "Fox Disinformation"............but the bottom line is, most ( ie: majority) seems to believe that the OTHER networks are providing the misinformation:lol::lol::lol:

    ANd all you have to do to know that is just look at the epic decline of the MSSNBC show "Countdown" which went from 1.9 million viewers/night in 10/08 to .8 million in 1/10!!! You cant even make that up:eusa_whistle: A loss of over 1 million viewers and a current rating that puts it in the area of being "off the aire" according to industry standards.

    Bottom line.........NOBODY is watching networks like MSNBC and CNBC and CNN.........except of course the k00ks ( or 21%ers)!!!!!

    And how much are conservatively minded people laughing?????


    Lots and lots...........as independents have made up their mind that the k00k lefty news outlets shovel far, far, far too much BS on a nightly basis!!!
     
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    It is very misleading to call those shows News shows.
     
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    Main Entry: news
    Pronunciation: \ˈnüz, ˈnyüz\
    Function: noun plural but singular in construction
    Usage: often attributive
    Date: 15th century
    1 a : a report of recent events b : previously unknown information <I've got news for you> c : something having a specified influence or effect <the rain was good news for lawns and gardens — Garrison Keillor> <the virus was bad news>
    2 a : material reported in a newspaper or news periodical or on a newscast b : matter that is newsworthy
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    Some are hard news side shows and some on the opiinion side. Either way Fox is doing pretty damned good.

    Guess quite a few people share their opinions and sure watch their news. Kinda funny since Fox is the only right leaning station out there.

    Guess the message the left leaning stations are putting out just ain't that appealing.
     
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    Lies are most always more appealing than the truth.
     
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    Don't forget that most liberals get their news from The Daily Show. That counts for something. :thup:
     
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    Reminds of the remark someone made about the funeral for Jack Warner of Warner Brothers, which was very well attended despite or because of his miserable personality.

    "You give people what the want, and they will come out for it"

    Fox gives folks what they want. The other networks gives folks what they don't want. It is the same for any free market competitive market. MSNBC sells half baked stuff, CBS and the NYT sell stuff well past the pull date, and CBS also charges you for the clerks's thumb.
    Fox news is fresh, well prepared, no short weight. Until the other outlets actually start competing with Fox in terms of quality, they will get stomped.
     
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    Strange that a comic parody show hits closer to the truth than the MSM does isn't it?
     
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    Yep spinning less of an increase job losses into recovery sells better than just reporting more job losses.

    The truth does not sell very well.
     
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    I am not sure but didnt project runway beat fox news last week?

    Fox news....capitalizing on white, over 60 uneducated folks who just simply does not know any better. Sad really.

    But continue on dumbing down America fox. Its all about ratings. Not content, its about telling what they think they want to hear.

    Hannity and Beck rules!
     
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