National TV Ratings
There’s been a decided shift in television viewing numbers already in 2010 and it seems to be a nationwide trend. Here in Newcastle we have been intrigued by the difference in audience numbers this year […] Read More
As the Australian television ratings season kicks off, many network executives will be nervously watching the results. OzTam has altered their measurement to include those with personal video recorders and it appears to be shaking […] Read More
Tim Burrowes at Mumbrella has just published a wrap of the year’s free-to-air television results. Perhaps the most interesting statistics though are those published by non-commercial broadcaster ABC regarding iView. Is this a strong indicator […] Read More
The National TV Ratings Week ending November 21 Source: David Dale, Sun Herald Blogs Channel Seven consolidated its victory for the year, averaging 30.0 per cent of the prime time audience last week (a figure […] Read More
The National TV Ratings Week ending November 14 Source: David Dale, Sun Herald Blogs As we race towards the silly season (only two weeks of normal programming to go), Seven draws further ahead of Nine, […] Read More
Amanda Meade From: The Australian November 16 WHEN the official ratings survey closes at the end of next week, Seven will hold on to its crown as the leading commercial free-to-air network. But it is […] Read More
The National TV Ratings Week ending November 6 Source: David Dale, Sun Herald Blogs Channel Seven won the week, needing no help from its offshoot 7TWO. Here’s how OzTAM says the prime time audience shares […] Read More
The National TV Ratings Week ending October 31 Source: David Dale, Sun Herald Blogs The prime time audience shares for the week were: Seven&7TWO 28.8 per cent, Nine&GO 26.4, Ten&ONE 20.8, ABC1&2 18.4, SBS1&2 5.7. […] Read More
Week ending October 24 Source: David Dale, Sun Herald Blogs Without doing anything special in the way of new programming, Channel Nine won the week. That’s because Ten is chipping away at Seven’s audience. It […] Read More
Week ending October 17 Source: David Dale, Sun Herald Blogs In a rare moment of full and frank disclosure, Channel Nine has released a rundown of how the stations have been attracting audiences this year. […] Read More
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