Fox News has never seen a competition like Newsmax

Newsmax and One America News – which Trump claimed Trump won the 2020 election – are two of the biggest beneficiaries of Trump and his supporters. The ratings of the channels have increased in recent times.
Although Biden won the election – a fact that Trump acknowledged on Sunday – supremely in-class host Greg Kelly on Newsmakes claims Trump will prevail and he will be president for four years. The network for Kelly’s show has gone from about 100,000 viewers a day to about one million viewers a day.

“Fox has never seen such competition,” CNN’s chief media correspondent Brian Stelter said Sunday. “The fictional universe demands …. Reliable news sources are mostly moving to cover President-Elect Biden. There’s a whole constellation of websites and talk shows that are in denial just like Trump’s.”

While helping to raise the ratings of Fox News’ rivals, Trump is telling his Twitter followers to try Newsmax and One America News. In A sunday tweet, Trump criticized Fox and said, “Try @OANN & @newsmax among others!”

However, this weekend, Trump continues to promote Fox News and the host he admires, including Jessie Waters, Jeanine Ferris Piro and Sean Hannity, all of whom have doubts about the election results . He also tweeted that people should see Fox, his lawyer Rudy Giuliani.

TV anchors are pressuring viewers in ways that never happened in the 80s or 90s, Julie Rosinski, a former Fox News contributor and Democratic strategist, “credible source.”

“You have a tremendous impact on the information that you receive,” she said.

Fox has maintained its dominance over right-wing TV for more than a decade, but monopoly control of the network has begun to break. Viewers of the right-wing media began to express their frustration with Fox during the election to a network called Arizona for Biden.

“Donald Trump has actually become more important to these people than what they are watching on TV,” Rosinski said. “It’s a drug,” he said. “They are literally giving their audience a medicine.”

Former ABC News White House correspondent Sam Donaldson said right-wing media viewers are searching to tell them what they want to hear.

“It doesn’t have to be a reality,” he said. “Someone will supply them with a false narrative that does not exist.”


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