Source: David Dale, Sun Herald blogs In theory, Masterchef was the number two most watched program in the mainland capitals last week. In fact, if you add together the three showings of Specks and Specks […] Read More
Source: David Dale, Sun Herald blogs Channel Ten went so well on Tuesday and Wednesday there was a possibility it could come in as number two station last week. But its programing falls apart on […] Read More
The Newcastle Ratings Week 20, week ending 16 May 2009 Only one program in Newcastle achieved an audience greater than 100,000 last week while the rest of the top 10 programs ranged between 84,000 and […] Read More
Source: David Dale, Sun Herald blogs Ten started last week with a big advantage, thanks to Merlin, Masterchef and Two Apostrophes. But then the biffo scandal played into the hands of Channel Nine, boosting numbers […] Read More
Newcastle Ratings Week 19 2009 For the Newcastle ratings last week it was a killer. NBN beating runner up Prime by pretty much a 10. point lead. It must be something about this time of […] Read More
Source: David Dale, Sun Herald blogs Channel Nine started the week with a massive advantage from the Logies and the Underbelly finale and managed to fritter most of it away by Saturday. In the […] Read More
The Newcastle Ratings, week 18 ending May 02 Just like our National Ratings, it seems Newcastle likes its Finales as well. Although we seem to be more interested in how much weight people can loose […] Read More
Digital Video Recorders seen as biggest threat to TV advertising effectiveness According to a recent study, Advertising in the DVR Age (available on www.DVRresearch.com), advertising executives believe DVRs represent the greatest challenge for TV advertising […] Read More
Source: David Dale, Sun Herald blogs A week that started so promisingly for Channel Ten, with huge numbers for finales of dancing and losing and reasonable numbers for cooking, ended this way: Seven got 26.7 […] Read More
The Newcastle Ratings, week ending April 25 Back to rating. Our local stations broke for the Easter holidays and now we are back in business. NBN is still embarrassingly smashing its competition, are you surprised? […] Read More
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