Friday 3 February 2012

 

Report: Daily Free-to-Air Share
Channels:All Free-to-Air Channels
Market:5 City Metro (aggregate figure)
Demographics:Total People (incl. guests)
Day-part:18:00 – 24:00
Day:
Friday
Date:03/02/2012
Deliverable:Overnight

Channel\Variable

FTA SHR %

Network ABC1

11.4%

Network ABC2

2.6%

Network ABC3

0.8%

Network ABC News 24

0.5%

Network ABC TOTAL

15.4%

Network 7

16.3%

Network 7TWO

3.3%

Network 7mate

2.3%

Network 7 TOTAL

21.9%

Network 9

29.4%

Network GO!

3.6%

Network Gem

2.8%

Network 9 TOTAL

35.8%

Network TEN

14.1%

Network ONE

2.5%

Network ELEVEN

4.0%

Network TEN TOTAL

20.6%

Network SBS ONE

5.8%

Network SBS TWO

0.6%

Network SBS TOTAL

6.4%

 

Report: Top 20 Programs
Channels:All Free-to-Air
Market:5 City Metro (aggregate figure), Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide & Perth
Demographics:Total People
Day-part:02:00 – 26:00
Day:
Friday
Date:03/02/2012
Deliverable:Overnight

RNK

Description

STN

Network

Sydney

Melbourne

Brisbane

Adelaide

Perth

1

TWENTY/20 – AUSTRALIA V INDIA GAME 2Nine

1,450,000

479,000

436,000

257,000

153,000

124,000

2

SEVEN NEWSSeven

1,114,000

285,000

271,000

249,000

127,000

182,000

3

NINE NEWSNine

1,050,000

293,000

341,000

230,000

85,000

102,000

4

TODAY TONIGHTSeven

994,000

276,000

244,000

193,000

115,000

166,000

5

BETTER HOMES AND GARDENSSeven

898,000

284,000

211,000

184,000

108,000

111,000

6

HOME AND AWAYSeven

833,000

259,000

193,000

178,000

104,000

97,000

7

ABC NEWS-EVABC1

816,000

241,000

273,000

108,000

93,000

101,000

8

MIDSOMER MURDERS RPTABC1

753,000

222,000

222,000

140,000

92,000

79,000

9

A CURRENT AFFAIRNine

751,000

283,000

282,000

90,000

96,000

10

TEN NEWS AT FIVETen

648,000

189,000

175,000

102,000

74,000

107,000

11

THE SOUND OF MUSICTen

571,000

161,000

192,000

100,000

61,000

57,000

12

EXCESS BAGGAGE -ENCORENine

568,000

176,000

177,000

107,000

71,000

37,000

13

GLEETen

567,000

167,000

184,000

101,000

42,000

73,000

14

QI-EVABC1

549,000

175,000

153,000

106,000

48,000

68,000

15

HOT SEATNine

540,000

174,000

134,000

164,000

27,000

42,000

16

TWENTY/20 – AUSTRALIA V INDIA GAME 2 – PRE MATCHNine

539,000

205,000

253,000

81,000

17

7.30-EVABC1

468,000

130,000

152,000

76,000

55,000

55,000

18

DEAL OR NO DEALSeven

456,000

103,000

133,000

114,000

53,000

53,000

19

THE PROJECTTen

428,000

118,000

128,000

102,000

41,000

39,000

20

THE BOLD AND THE BEAUTIFULTen

369,000

111,000

106,000

64,000

37,000

51,000

 

Free to Air: 25-54  demographics (Overnight)

RNK

Description

STN

Network

Sydney

Melbourne

Brisbane

Adelaide

Perth

1

TWENTY/20 – AUSTRALIA V INDIA GAME 2Nine

699,000

243,000

202,000

126,000

66,000

62,000

2

BETTER HOMES AND GARDENSSeven

395,000

130,000

99,000

75,000

43,000

49,000

3

SEVEN NEWSSeven

373,000

114,000

84,000

82,000

41,000

51,000

4

HOME AND AWAYSeven

364,000

138,000

86,000

74,000

40,000

27,000

5

NINE NEWSNine

363,000

101,000

110,000

93,000

35,000

24,000

 

Free to Air: 18-49  demographics (Overnight)

RNK

Description

STN

Network

Sydney

Melbourne

Brisbane

Adelaide

Perth

1

TWENTY/20 – AUSTRALIA V INDIA GAME 2Nine

642,000

219,000

186,000

115,000

62,000

60,000

2

BETTER HOMES AND GARDENSSeven

345,000

108,000

90,000

65,000

40,000

42,000

3

HOME AND AWAYSeven

339,000

132,000

77,000

66,000

36,000

29,000

4

EXCESS BAGGAGE -ENCORENine

322,000

96,000

106,000

63,000

35,000

22,000

5

GLEETen

315,000

88,000

97,000

66,000

23,000

41,000

 

Free to Air: 16-39  demographics (Overnight)

RNK

Description

STN

Network

Sydney

Melbourne

Brisbane

Adelaide

Perth

1

TWENTY/20 – AUSTRALIA V INDIA GAME 2Nine

402,000

135,000

114,000

85,000

35,000

34,000

2

GLEETen

236,000

71,000

63,000

56,000

12,000

34,000

3

EXCESS BAGGAGE -ENCORENine

222,000

57,000

81,000

49,000

21,000

13,000

4

HOME AND AWAYSeven

205,000

80,000

49,000

30,000

21,000

24,000

5

BETTER HOMES AND GARDENSSeven

197,000

59,000

48,000

41,000

25,000

25,000

 

Data © OzTAM Pty Limited 2012. The Data may not be reproduced, published or communicated (electronically or in hard copy) without the prior written consent of OzTAM. Program performance and ranking information subject to change when not based on final program logs. Ranking information is for individual episodes.

15 Comments:

  1. Chris, Seven are smart people and I think that every year they try and get things that are going to broaden their audience appeal. Last year, they secured the AFL. Surely with all the money they have inevitably made over the last year, they are wanting to buy the rights to something else but I’m not entirely sure that it’s the NRL. Make no mistake though, NRL is what Seven should be going after. NRL is most popular in Brisbane and Sydney, the two cities that are the most loyal to Nine at the moment. But Seven could be looking to grab the rights to the Olympics back.

  2. Big win to Nine thanks to the cricket. Remarkably Nine could still win the week if the NRL All-Stars match rates very well tonight, after Seven dominated much of the week with the tennis and My Kitchen Rules. It also goes to show that Nine relies so much on sports this week to shore up its ratings.
    Better Homes and Gardens did OK over 90 minutes.

  3. Wow great figures for the cricket. I wonder how the 50 over games will rate? Me thinks that there will be pressure from cetain people at Ch9 to add a few more T20 games to next season’s calendar.

  4. Although i think moving Glee to Fridays is still a silly decision, i think Ten’s musical double (with the Sound of Music) did better than what Friday’s was doing last year. Not setting the ratings on fire, but it is an improvement.

    The cricket did well last night

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