Media lateral’s latest survey reveals that most TV channels have not shown an increase in news in 2017, and that the majority of those who have did not see any news this year.
However, the survey, which surveyed more than 100 TV news outlets and their staffs, showed that a number of channels did show some news, such as Fox News, the Discovery Channel and CNN.
The survey also showed that several channels, such for the Discovery channel and CNN, showed news coverage that was “not entirely consistent”.
However, a number also did not show any news coverage, including a handful of channels which had been included in a “Top 100 TV News” report that was published in the media vertical’s June 2017 issue.
This is not the first time the media-dominated vertical has had issues with the ratings.
In 2016, it was revealed that the cable channel CNN had been airing a series of stories that included claims that President Donald Trump had engaged in sexual assault.
This prompted the network to retract the story and apologise to viewers.
Last month, the cable network CNBC also apologised for an article that falsely claimed that a Trump administration official had lied to Congress.