The verdict so far on Fox News North:
So who does watch Sun News Network?
“The vast majority of the few viewers SNN does get are way over 50, outside the demo advertisers want. So SNN draws enough on a nightly basis to fill a senior’s mall,” says Brioux
He went on to say that after the top two shows, Sun News Network gets even fewer viewers.“Beyond Lilley and Levant’s shows—the two highest rated SNN offerings by far—everything else stiffs,” says Brioux. “Charles Adler has bombed from the beginning, drawing 8,000 at 8 p.m. and 2,000 at 11 p.m. on the 28th—and zero in the 25–54 demographic both hours, across Canada.”
As for David Akin’s Daily Brief, Brioux says 6,000 viewers tuned in over the supper hour. But the late-night slot tanked. “Daily Brief at midnight got zip and zip—so few viewers, BBM Canada could not measure them. The same night, CBC News Network peaked at 198,000/60,000 viewers.”
Poor David Akin. The rest of them, on the other hand, can get bent.
Akin needs to quit that place yesterday while people still remember his earlier good work, before he is forever associated with Ezra Levant's antics.
Whoa with those numbers, you've got to wonder if the audience is made up of people whose batteries in their remote died.
Ok, to be fair there are a number of 18-35 year olds who watch sun but mostly for jokes and not really for news. It is like watching the Colbert Report but longer and more low budget/pathetic.
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