Once considered immune to the audience erosion plaguing the television industry, ratings for the National Football League have tumbled through the first four weeks of the season.
Look at that goy run! Away from the talmudvision, that is. The ugly third world spectacle is being rejected. A nationalist candidate is about to be elected president. If this is a dream, I have no interest in waking up.
TV networks have bet heavily on sports in general, and the NFL in particular, because of the must-see value of their content.
If you don't watch you won't get to see evolutionary dead-ends slamming into each other and mounting each other in giant tar piles. Talk about "must-see!" You want to see the noble savages from Red defeat those dastards from Blue, right?
Combined, ESPN, Fox, NBC and CBS are spending an average of $5 billion a year for football rights through 2021. The games not only score big ratings and ad sales, but are crucial platforms to promote other programming.
We'll sucker you in with the promise of watching athletic excellence, then present a sickening spectacle of living fossil grab-ass interspersed with lectures on why Whites are evil and endless commercials for the latest jewish bowel movements. You'll sit there and take it because you're a pathetic cuck, right?
So far this season, viewership on those networks is down about 10% from last season, according to Nielsen, with steeper declines for prime-time games on Sunday, Monday and Thursday.
The drop has caught advertisers and rights holders off guard and left them scrambling to find a cause.
We just can't figure it out! Is it possible that there's limits to how much anti-White drivel we can force down your throat?
“We’re scratching our heads,” said Andy Donchin, chief domestic investment officer at Amplifi US, an ad-buying unit of Dentsu Aegis Network, whose clients include General Motors Co. “We cannot pinpoint any specific reason why the numbers are down. It is probably being caused by a confluence of events.”
There doesn't seem to be any specific cause...
“The election is probably the biggest factor that you could point to,” said Fox Sports President Eric Shanks.
Whites aren't finally rejecting the monkey-shines of a failed race and they're certainly not fed up with the jewish zookeepers, that isn't it all, you can be sure of that.
CBS Chief Executive Leslie Moonves also cited the presidential election, but said the declines haven’t hurt advertising “one iota.”
Everything is fine, the unclean meat is still in a pathetic stupor, please keep paying your geld for advertising.