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|Location: ||New York USA|
Of course, ad rev isn't the only source of income for Fox News. More income comes from cable subscribers. So, that really helps them. However, the younger generation is cutting the cord, at least much more than my generation (I won't myself) and the market is responding with some level of customization. If this takes hold and accelerates that could pose big trouble for FNC given their difficulties attracting younger viewers. Some thought MSNBC had the same issue until more was learned on how the younger set is streaming that channel. Interesting stuff.
Until the last few years, I always thought that FNC clearly represented traditional conservatives and that was a voice that was needed. Now, with a couple of exceptions, they have become a shill for Trump. Even Hannity was all over Bush about the deficit. Trump? What deficit? A house organ now. Nothing more.
The funny thing is, if you go on Fox's Facebook page it's nothing but a long stream of angry rants from Trump supporters who don't think Fox News is pro-Trump enough.
This thread was great before AA ruined it.