Yes, old people (like me and you) still read the Police Gazette and Colliers magazine, and we always will. Because once something is popular, it stays that way forever.:-)<quoted text>
Just as when a lot of young people mature and become more conservative, the same holds true when people get older and wiser and look for new sources of information and entertainment.
That's why Fox is and will always be number one in cable news. Old people will die off, but those young people will become middle-aged and elderly too.
Fox News has had a good run as the most popular cable news source. But, most folks don't get their news from cable channels. Only 38% of Americans get their news from a cable channel. 71% watch local news. 65% watch network news.
You are part of a special breed that is a news junkie. I'm guessing that you watch/listen to a lot of TV & radio news/talk formats. Being a truck driver gives you a lot of time to listen to news/talk stations, and it's a pleasant way to pass the time. But don't think that most folks are that way.