CNN’s Numbers In The Can: Plans To Dump Cooper For Chris Cuomo Under-Way

CNN Makes Schedule Change In Hopes Of Getting Better Ratings.

It’s tough to be a news organization that isn’t fair and balanced. You have to find a way to deceive the American people on the regular and maintain the irrational Liberal Narrative. But among the many Liberal Broadcasting companies, MSNBC and CNN are rivals, vying for the centrist and left-leaning American’s attention. CNN is having a tough time competing with MSNBC, so much so that they are changing up their nightly lineup in hopes of pulling viewers back to their twisted version of the news.

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As Reported By Brian Flood With Fox News:

In an embarrassing setback for Vanderbilt family scion Anderson Cooper, CNN announced Thursday that Cooper’s in-house rival, Chris Cuomo, will be taking over its ratings challenged 9 p.m. hour.

The shake up — coming as CNN struggles badly in its ratings war with MSNBC — cuts Cooper’s airtime in half. Cooper will now only host between 8 and 9 p.m. ET.

“This move is likely hard for Anderson Cooper to accept. He is the face of CNN and is now being downsized while CNN brass looks for a magic solution,” Media analyst Jeff McCall told Fox News.

Cooper and Cuomo, who intersected as undergraduates at ultra-exclusive Yale University and later as anchors at ABC News, are both children of enormous privilege and fame. Cooper is the son of socialite Gloria Vanderbilt and part heir to the family’s colossal fortune. Cuomo is the son of Democrat icon Mario Cuomo and younger brother of New York’s powerful governor, Andrew. Both men made the jump to CNN after their careers had foundered at ABC.

CNN will slash Cooper’s “AC 360” into a one-hour program, as opposed to airing from 8-10 p.m. Cuomo will shift from CNN’s struggling morning show “New Day” to the 9 p.m. slot where he will go head-to-head with liberal ratings behemoth Rachel Maddow on MSNBC.

CNN hasn’t made changes to its prime-time lineup since 2014 despite regularly finishing behind MSNBC by most measures. CNN finished the month of February as the 12th most-watched cable network, averaging 979,000 prime-time viewers…

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