Quarter century decline continues:
In 2010, the audience for network news programs continued its quarter-century decline.
In the evening, an average of 21.6 million people watched one of the three commercial broadcast evening news programs each night on ABC, CBS or NBC. That represents a drop of 752,000 viewers, or 3.4%, from the average the year before, according to PEJ analysis of data from Nielsen Media Research.
New York Times’s credit rating slashed to junk for years.
The thing is, the people who interpret design vs. Darwin for your neighbours just aren’t mainstream any more. That’s got to kick in sometime.