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28 Apr, 2021 06:35

Collapsing cable news

Cable news networks – across the board – are hemorrhaging viewers. The political left hated and still hates Donald Trump, but cable news did well during his time in office. It was politics as spectacle and it was profitable. How much longer can cable news networks remain relevant?

CrossTalking with Rob Taub, Steve Malzberg, and Lauren Chen.

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