I also think that just as Jonathan Ross and Danny Baker spent the 80s trying to emulate David Letterman, all these channels are assuming there's a British appetite for Fox News beyond a few thousand obsessives.
Youngian wrote: ↑Thu Apr 28, 2022 9:39 amBecause OAN and other such micro-networks in the US show that it's a viable, if difficult business model as the TV marketplace becomes more fragmented. Murdoch (famously) can't do internet, but this kind of thing is right up his street. The costs are minimal, and the well-intentioned think pieces are free advertising.I also think that just as Jonathan Ross and Danny Baker spent the 80s trying to emulate David Letterman, all these channels are assuming there's a British appetite for Fox News beyond a few thousand obsessives.
ITV tried the late night US chat show slot more recently than that (Bradley Walsh, IIRC doing the honours). For some reason UK audiences haven’t taken to that schedule. Neither do they watch a broadcast version of the Sun as Murdoch discovered in the early days of Sky. Why he’s having another go, I don’t know. Bit late for a platform to slag off Tom Watson and Max Mosley.
Piers Morgan has suffered another blow to his new show on TalkTV, losing nearly half its viewers overnight.https://metro.co.uk/2022/04/28/piers-mo ... -16551583/
The former Good Morning Britain host made a decent start to his tenure on Monday, with a peak audience of nearly 400,000 tuning into his Donald Trump debate.
His second show saw a massive decline in viewers overnight, with 216,000 opting for the Tuesday edition of Uncensored.
However, he’s lost yet more of the audience share, with just shy of 100,000 switching off.
The BARB figures for Wednesday night’s viewership have almost halved, this time from 215,900 to 123,000...
...Sharon Osbourne’s show, which airs straight after, pulled in a crowd of just 10,000 in the 9pm slot.
Tom Newton Dunn’s The News Desk at 7pm crashed to just 15,300, the night after an interview with Prime Minister Boris Johnson.
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