Nutroots Network MSNBC Plans To Corner Market on Hate

MSNBC aims to corner the market on hate.
And, with nearly half of democrats believing that Bush was behind 9-11, it may be a strategy that works.
Less Facts-More Deranged Rants.

Inside Cable News has the latest cable news ratings from last week:

Cable News Daily Live Ratings for November 2, 2007
P2+ Total Day

FNC – 822,000 viewers
CNN – 441,000 viewers
MSNBC – 286,000 viewers
CNBC – 236,000 viewers
HLN – 228,000 viewers

P2+ Prime Time

FNC – 1,454,000 viewers
CNN – 590,000 viewers
MSNBC- 549,000 viewers
CNBC –193,000 viewers
HLN – 386,000 viewers

With crappy ratings like these, MSNBC announced that they aim to steal the remaining nutroots crowd from CNN and corner the market on hate.

With about a third of the country leaning Far Left “the hate news niche” may be a winner for MSNBC.
The New York Times has a glowing review on their favorite nutroots network:

Riding a ratings wave from “Countdown With Keith Olbermann,” a program that takes strong issue with the Bush administration, MSNBC is increasingly seeking to showcase its nighttime lineup as a welcome haven for viewers of a similar mind.

Note: Crazy

Having a prime-time lineup that tilts ever more demonstrably to the left could be risky for General Electric, MSNBC’s parent company, which is subject to legislation and regulation far afield of the cable landscape. Officials at MSNBC emphasize that they never set out to create a liberal version of Fox News.

Yeah, that sounds like a winning strategy for GE.
Put on 4 hours of the hate America loons each night… That will make Americans want to run out and buy your products.
Good luck, MSNBC. We’re hoping Truther Rosie takes you up on the offer.

HotAir reports that The New York Time’s is doing their best to promote this brave stance by MSNBC.

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