Hollywood Clobbered by Weak Advertising as Bidenflation Weighs on Consumer Spending

Hollywood went whole-hog for Joe Biden in 2020, with celebrities, entertainment executives, and network news divisions working overtime to stump for the candidate. Now the industry is feeling the consequences of its actions as advertising revenue is cratering across the board as a result of consumer fears tied to Bidenflation and the prospect of a prolonged recession.

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ViacomCBS Slams Georgia Voter Integrity Law, Claims It Impedes ‘Equal Right to Vote’

ViacomCBS is the first major Hollywood studio to speak out against Georgia’s voter integrity law, claiming without citing evidence that the legislation intended to fight voter fraud actually impedes the “equal right to vote.” The media conglomerate, which owns Paramount Pictures and the CBS network, stopped short of endorsing the left’s demands to boycott the state.

A man enters CBS headquarters, Thursday, Dec. 6, 2018, in New York. (AP Photo/Mark Lennihan)