December 13, 2005

Was Dropping Aaron Brown a Mistake?

Posted by Eric Jaffa
Thursday November 17th 2005, 7:13 pm
Filed under: Media Watch, TV

A couple of weeks ago, CNN replaced Aaron Brown with Anderson Cooper.

From the Internet Movie Database:

CNN’s decision to air Anderson Cooper 360 in the 10:00 p.m.-to-midnight time period appeared wrong-headed Tuesday as ratings indicated that it was drawing almost 20 percent fewer viewers than Aaron Brown’s program, the previous occupant of the time period, which the cable news network dumped. Audience erosion continued on Monday, with the show drawing its lowest numbers yet.

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