So, according to Hollywood, white isn't a color.In Hollywood, executives are notoriously reluctant to admit that they’re on the lookout for viewers of color. For some reason, it seems to be conventional wisdom that, say, the kind of content that African-American audiences are looking for overlaps in no way with anything any white viewer might be engaged by, ever. And so expressing a wish for a black, Latino, or Asian audience is apparently to express a wish to make a niche product.
So there’s something really refreshing about seeing MSNBC president Phil Griffin tout the fact that his network, which was already number one in cable news for African-American viewers, grew their African-American viewership in 2012 by 60 percent, in a year when CNN’s grew 23.7 percent and Fox’s declined by the same number.
i wonder why FOX declined?
Actually, they're looking for money. they will do what gets them money.
The viewers will tune in to listen to what they wish was true.
Here's a question for eveyone who thinks CNN is informing their audience:
Exactly where was Obama during the 7-hour battle between Al Qaeda and the stripped-down American security detatchment in Benghazi?
CNN kind of left you ignorant on that, didn't they?