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Deep Dive into July Cable News Ratings: The Five Scores Big, CNN’s Demo

Total156 This past month, Fox News recorded its highest-rated July on record. In addition, its competitors, MSNBC and CNN, saw significant year-over-year gains. Here are the 10 most viewed cable news show in July, via Nielsen Media Research: Hannity, Fox News – 4.1M Tucker Carlson, Fox News – 4M Ingraham Angle, Fox News – 3.4M More

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Written by Bobby Burack

Bobby Burack covers any news story that deserves attention but focuses on media. His interests include reading Stephen King novels, avoiding traffic on the road, and pretending to solve true-crime mysteries. He still believes Cersei should've won and encourages everyone to always question the news.

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  1. Tucker actually sounds like he thinks about stuff. He also seems to care about the country. He seems to be a genuinely nice guy, not whetted to a straitjacketing ideology. I like the description of the political spectrum as a circle, and that the extreme of each polar opposites are actually next to one another. Hence, the Antifa Children are right next to the Skin Head White Supremacist types, in similar rigid belief structure and violent behavior. Us civilized people are way further around the wheel. I am a suburban type who is comfortable retired and follows politics. But honestly it’s gotten so fricking exhausting lately that I sticking to the basics: like, in pandemic, which good burger joint puts the bag in my trunk the best. Now, I’ve totally gotten lazy and everything is delivered to my door. I only see the delivery folk virtually. They all seem to be nice people. I’m an insomniac so people delivery at all times of the day. Most of the rush comes with the ordering. The food never feels as good as the thrill of ordering. Oh well, maybe when we get back to going to ballgames and other stuff, the act of eating will be better. I usually go to Ravinia, outside of Chicago, this time if the year. Summer nights with music in the air is something. I saw Aretha Franklin a couple of years ago, the year before her death. She still glowed. She still had magic. She still had pipes. It was something. She did 20 minutes, and she had to take a break. It was cute. She probably needed a cold one. We all ran out of the pavilion to get a quick one. Life was magical then. I hope the magic comes back.

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