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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
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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
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