A report at the link below says:
Cable news ratings are out for January 2014, and boy, do things look shaky for CNN.
Numbers compiled by Nielsen Media Research show that Fox News is towering over the competition.
Total Fox News viewership surpassed CNN and MSNBC combined, with the gap increasing even further during prime time.
The big story, however, is CNN’s precipitous drop in viewership. While MSNBC slowly bled viewers between last January and now, CNN hemorrhaged an astonishing 29 percent of its total viewers. And its prime time numbers are utterly abysmal, with 41 percent of its audience jumping ship in the space of just 12 months.
Maybe if CNN would bring back the capable and affable Aaron Brown (pictured above), who they fired in November, 2005 in favor of the stammering Anderson Cooper (pictured below), they would have a chance to regain some of their viewers.
Replacing Wolfgang Blitzer, newscastings answer to cold oatmeal, would also go a long way to gain new viewers and lose fewer current viewers.