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In the national radio and television arena it's all about your platforms; how many radio stations you're heard on and how good your time slot is on television.Nobody's suggesting Hannity's voice will soon be silenced.
On the Fox front, it appears that Hannity's aging viewers, made up largely of retirees, may be costing him his 9 p.m.[F]or six of the last eight years, Fox News has had a median age of 65-plus and the number of viewers in the 25-54 year old group has been falling consistently, down five years in a row in prime time, from an average of 557,000 viewers five years ago to 379,000 this year.In the second quarter this year, Fox scored its lowest ratings among 25-54 viewers since 2001.In total viewers, Fox had 1.2 million during the second quarter, compared to CNN's 475,000.Can you image the awkward phone calls that were recently made to discuss the fact Hannity's longtime 9 p.m.perch on Fox News had reportedly been given away to Megyn Kelly, and that Hannity's no longer going to be heard on 40 major market talk radio stations owned by Cumulus Media, including Hannity's flagship outlet, WABC-AM New York City.
Either one of those setbacks would qualify as a major career stumble for a right-wing media host who has enjoyed noted stability on radio and television over the last decade.
But for both of those to come in the same month, in the span of seven days?
position as the cable channel struggles to retain a younger audience.
As for his messy radio breakup with Cumulus, Hannity sources now insist he wanted to get taken off hallmark talk stations like WLS in Chicago, WJR Detroit, and KSFO San Francisco.
If he did, Hannity might be the first syndicated talk show host to ever wish to do so.
Fox News hasn't yet made public what its primetime lineup will look like with the addition of Megyn Kelly in the 9 p.m. Kelly's addition is seen as an attempt by Fox chief Roger Ailes to address the accelerated trend of Fox losing viewers between the ages of 25-54; the viewers advertisers most want to reach.