Why ‘America’s Got Talent’ is losing its audience: News & Info
National entertainment is in crisis.
It has lost the cultural capital it had in the 1980s and 1990s.
It’s no longer the place where millions of Americans are able to listen to their favorite TV shows, catch up on the latest movie news or watch a live stream of their favorite sporting events.
And in some cases, it’s not even getting the ratings it once did.
But that doesn’t mean entertainment is dying.
Instead, the nation’s top entertainment shows are getting smaller, even as they’re attracting audiences from all corners of the population.
We’ve heard that before, but now it’s coming to the news.
The national television audience is shrinking.
The decline is real.
That’s why the network television news shows are becoming less and less relevant to the people who watch them.
And the shows that remain relevant are the ones that get people to tune in.
News and Info is tracking the changes in national TV news ratings for more than 100 major U.S. news organizations.
They’re tracking a dramatic decline in the number of viewers who tune in to the most popular news programs and programs in the news and entertainment industries.
But this decline is even more pronounced in cable news, the primary source of news in the U.s.
The drop in the viewership of national TV News & Information is so significant that it’s the biggest change in the networks’ audience since they began tracking the data in 1984.
In the past, the decline in viewership was not that significant.
For years, it was almost the same, but as more people were tuning in to TV News shows, the drop became more pronounced.
In 2012, for example, national TV showed a decrease of 0.4 percent in total viewers.
In 2015, it dropped to a decline of 0,5 percent.
And by 2021, it is expected to drop further, to a 1.4-percent drop.
But it’s still not that big a drop.
The biggest drop in viewership is due to changes in the way people are consuming news.
People are viewing more and more information in a daily news cycle.
They are more likely to be reading, viewing and listening to a variety of news sources in a single day.
That is a very significant change.
News & info reports, which measure the amount of news a person consumes daily, show a decline in both total viewers and the number who tune into the shows.
The news shows that do not have enough viewers to keep up with all the information in the world have seen a dramatic drop in their viewership.
News, the news programs with the highest ratings, have also seen declines in their audience.
This is the news that matters.
But if you’re not watching News & information, you may not know it.
For example, News & a is still doing well with an audience of about 13.5 million people.
But the number is down from 14.4 million viewers in 2016.
News Now, a CBS affiliate in New York, has a similar audience of 12.7 million people, according to News & an analysis of its data.
NewsNow has shown a decline over the past few years.
In 2014, the number fell by 0.5 percent in viewership and 1.6 percent in the total audience.
In 2017, the ratings dropped by 0,6 percent and 1 percent, respectively.
But news is not the only source that is changing the way Americans consume news.
It is also changing how they are listening to news.
This new technology is increasingly becoming a part of how we listen to the latest news.
Today, the most watched news programs on cable are CNN and Fox News, according the Nielsen Company.
The number of people who tune out of News Now and listen to other news sources is much higher.
CNN has a much larger audience than Fox News.
CNN and other news programs that are not part of News & are on a national network are seeing a decline as well.
CNN’s audience has declined by 2 percent in viewers, while Fox News’ audience has dropped by 8 percent.
These two news networks have a lot in common.
They have an audience, and their viewers are not always in the same places.
For instance, a recent Nielsen report found that about 75 percent of Americans who have heard of Fox News are in the 10 percent of people in the population who are watching CNN.
The News & News stations that are doing well are doing so because their audiences are smaller and their ratings are higher than they were in the past.
But there are also other reasons that news is losing viewers.
This trend is not new.
News is losing people as news has lost people for years.
The Nielsen Company reports that the audience for news programs has been falling for more and longer than any other time in history.
This has been true since the 1990s, when it was a way to connect people with information.
But over time, that’s not the way we talk about news anymore.
It isn’t news.
We’re talking about politics.
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