CNN is reporting a loss of $2.2 million on advertising on Monday.
That was the second consecutive day the network lost money on advertising, as it is struggling to keep up with the rising number of viewers tuning in for live news.
CNN’s daily ad revenue declined 3.7 percent on the week, to $926 million.
The network also reported a $2 million drop in ad revenue per viewer.
Advertising for the week ended June 21 was up 8.7%, compared to the same week last year.
It was also down 14.5% on a year ago.
As the network struggles to attract viewers to its programming, CNN has cut the number of ad slots on its website.
In the past week, the network cut its ad slots from 2,000 to 800.
“The ad dollars we need to sustain the network are shrinking as our audience grows,” said CNN CEO Jeff Zucker in a blog post on Tuesday.
CNN is also losing money in its ad revenue streaming program.
Last week, CNN reported $1.5 million in ad revenues streaming across the network, but it is not clear how much of that was ad revenue from ads purchased on CNN’s website or ad revenue streamed from its ad inventory.
A CNN spokesperson said the company would “continue to evaluate its revenue and operating strategy.”
CNN also has reported a sharp drop in its online audience.
Its online audience is down by 13% in the past year, compared to a 13% increase in the same period last year, according to Nielsen data. More CNN: CNN AdWeek: What to Watch for: Advertisers are moving away from CNN to other sites as it struggles to compete with online rivals.
What they are buying: Online advertisers are looking for ways to get their ads on CNN, especially when the network is in a tight battle with Fox News for the coveted number two spot.
Fox News is buying a significant chunk of CNN’s advertising revenue from its online ad inventory, but CNN is struggling.
One way advertisers are shifting away from the network to other sources is by cutting ad slots.
For instance, The Wall Street Journal is buying ads on its Facebook page and Instagram account for $20,000 a month.
Also, in the last month, CNN lost its ad sales on its online channel for the first time since 2009, according the company.
Why CNN is facing trouble: In recent months, CNN executives have been trying to keep its brand name and the network’s brand relevant as it attempts to expand its reach into new areas and new demographics.
While CNN’s advertisers have grown in number, CNN is still losing money and advertisers are turning away.
There are a number of reasons why CNN is in trouble.
Here are some of the bigger ones.
Cable news is the biggest culprit.
If you look at CNN’s online ratings, CNN’s cable news network has been in a slump.
This has hurt the network in the ratings race.
According to the network and ad network tracking firm Kantar Media, CNN had its lowest ratings in 18 months on the cable news channel.
ABC News, CNN, CBS, NBC News, and PBS NewsHour all lost subscribers in the first quarter.
Some of those declines could be attributed to the loss of viewership to CNN’s flagship news network, which has seen a decline in viewers over the past two years.
But CNN’s ratings were also hit hard by the death of former anchor Brian Williams, who died last year of complications from pneumonia.
On top of that, CNN recently announced that it is going into bankruptcy protection and will need to restructure its debt.
At the same time, Fox News is facing a massive ratings slump, as its prime-time ratings have dropped significantly.
So, Fox has a lot of pressure on its ratings as well, which could hurt CNN in the coming months.
Meanwhile, cable news has also taken a hit in recent months.
MSNBC, the dominant cable news broadcast network, is down 23 percent in the year to date, and MSNBC’s ratings are down 31 percent.
NBC is down 22 percent.
The number of adults who watch cable news is up by 8.3% over the year, but that number is expected to drop as younger people stop watching TV.
Overall, the total number of people who watched cable news was up 9.7% last year to 2.9 million, according a Nielsen study.
However, the number who watched TV more than one hour a day fell 10.6 percent to 1.3 million, and adults who watched it less than one day fell 12.1 percent to 931,000.
And, those who watched online at least once a week fell by 16.2 percent to 4.9 billion.
Analysts are expecting that this drop in viewership will lead to lower advertising revenue and