Friday 1 February 2013

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:01/02/2013
Deliverable:Overnight

Channel\Variable

FTA SHR %

Network ABC1

18.0%

Network ABC2

3.9%

Network ABC3

1.2%

Network ABC News 24

1.1%

Network ABC TOTAL

24.2%

Network 7

23.8%

Network 7TWO

4.1%

Network 7mate

3.2%

Network 7 TOTAL

31.1%

Network 9

17.8%

Network GO!

3.6%

Network Gem

3.0%

Network 9 TOTAL

24.4%

Network TEN

8.2%

Network ONE

2.4%

Network ELEVEN

4.3%

Network TEN TOTAL

14.9%

Network SBS ONE

4.4%

Network SBS TWO

0.8%

Network NITV

0.1%

Network SBS TOTAL

5.3%

 

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:01/02/2013
Deliverable:Overnight
TV ItemDescription (grouped)Channel\Market(r) 5 City MetroSydneyMelbourneBrisbaneAdelaidePerth
1THE DOCTOR BLAKE MYSTERIES-EVNetwork ABC1

1,176,000

301,000

403,000

174,000

152,000

146,000

2NINE NEWSNetwork 9

1,129,000

360,000

408,000

218,000

93,000

51,000

3SEVEN NEWSNetwork 7

1,055,000

259,000

282,000

218,000

129,000

168,000

4BETTER HOMES AND GARDENSNetwork 7

1,035,000

304,000

332,000

175,000

104,000

119,000

5TODAY TONIGHTNetwork 7

971,000

288,000

247,000

189,000

121,000

126,000

6ABC NEWS-EVNetwork ABC1

912,000

263,000

302,000

140,000

98,000

108,000

7HOME AND AWAYNetwork 7

865,000

259,000

212,000

184,000

101,000

109,000

8QI RPTNetwork ABC1

739,000

184,000

248,000

133,000

83,000

90,000

97.30-EVNetwork ABC1

703,000

202,000

220,000

131,000

65,000

85,000

10TEN NEWS AT FIVENetwork TEN

673,000

228,000

167,000

95,000

77,000

106,000

11ABBA: BANG A BOOMERANG RPTNetwork ABC1

596,000

160,000

197,000

77,000

75,000

87,000

12ONE DAY CRICKET – AUSTRALIA V WEST INDIES GAME 1 SESSION 2Network 9

507,000

167,000

171,000

125,000

44,000

13DEAL OR NO DEALNetwork 7

507,000

156,000

169,000

73,000

50,000

58,000

14ONE DAY CRICKET – AUSTRALIA V WEST INDIES GAME 1 SESSION 1Network 9

466,000

148,000

142,000

83,000

53,000

39,000

15AMERICAN IDOL FRINetwork TEN

464,000

127,000

146,000

89,000

35,000

67,000

16THE PROJECTNetwork TEN

422,000

118,000

162,000

73,000

28,000

40,000

17MY KITCHEN RULES-ENCORENetwork 7

415,000

98,000

136,000

84,000

41,000

56,000

18LETHAL WEAPON 3Network 9

390,000

88,000

106,000

93,000

36,000

67,000

19SEVEN NEWS AT 4.30Network 7

354,000

105,000

94,000

93,000

25,000

37,000

20SUNRISENetwork 7

354,000

99,000

85,000

94,000

34,000

41,000

 

Report:  Top 20 Programs
Channels:All free-to-air Digital Multi Channels
Market: 5 City Metro (aggregate figure), Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide & Perth
Demographics: Total People
Day-part: 02:00 – 26:00
Day: 

Friday
Date:01/02/2013
Deliverable:Overnight

Rank

Description (grouped)Channel\Market

(r) 5 City Metro

Sydney

Melbourne

Brisbane

Adelaide

Perth

1

GASPARD AND LISA-PMNetwork ABC2

278,000

51,000

97,000

58,000

26,000

47,000

2

PEPPA PIG-PMNetwork ABC2

273,000

51,000

91,000

60,000

28,000

43,000

3

LADYBOYS-LENetwork ABC2

259,000

72,000

83,000

43,000

32,000

28,000

4

NEIGHBOURSNetwork ELEVEN

258,000

60,000

79,000

54,000

40,000

25,000

5

PLAY SCHOOL-PMNetwork ABC2

257,000

78,000

84,000

37,000

19,000

40,000

6

JUSTINE CLARKE: SONGS TO MAKE YOU SMILE-PMNetwork ABC2

249,000

57,000

86,000

47,000

24,000

36,000

7

DRIVER DAN’S STORY TRAIN-PMNetwork ABC2

246,000

47,000

86,000

42,000

28,000

44,000

8

OCTONAUTS-AMNetwork ABC2

244,000

56,000

69,000

74,000

13,000

32,000

9

ESCAPE TO THE COUNTRY (R)Network 7TWO

227,000

58,000

79,000

28,000

34,000

28,000

10

KIOKA-PMNetwork ABC2

217,000

42,000

78,000

34,000

24,000

38,000

11

BANANAS IN PYJAMAS-PMNetwork ABC2

210,000

76,000

64,000

14,000

18,000

37,000

12

OLIVIA-AMNetwork ABC2

207,000

44,000

85,000

50,000

11,000

18,000

13

GIGGLE AND HOOT-AMNetwork ABC2

201,000

47,000

57,000

60,000

11,000

26,000

14

ANGELINA BALLERINA: THE NEXT STEPS-AMNetwork ABC2

199,000

55,000

52,000

58,000

8,000

25,000

15

MIKE THE KNIGHT-AMNetwork ABC2

199,000

31,000

62,000

59,000

14,000

33,000

16

I’M A DINOSAUR-PMNetwork ABC2

198,000

59,000

69,000

22,000

10,000

39,000

17

LITTLE PRINCESS-AMNetwork ABC2

197,000

32,000

77,000

53,000

11,000

25,000

18

CHARLIE AND LOLA-PMNetwork ABC2

196,000

59,000

65,000

17,000

15,000

38,000

19

HUMF-EVNetwork ABC2

196,000

50,000

78,000

18,000

20,000

30,000

20

CLOUDBABIES-EVNetwork ABC2

191,000

44,000

83,000

17,000

17,000

30,000

 

Free to Air:  25-54 demographics (Overnight)

TV ItemDescription (grouped)Channel\Market(r) 5 City MetroSydneyMelbourneBrisbaneAdelaidePerth
1NINE NEWSNetwork 9

414,000

125,000

149,000

77,000

41,000

22,000

2BETTER HOMES AND GARDENSNetwork 7

399,000

114,000

130,000

71,000

36,000

48,000

3HOME AND AWAYNetwork 7

365,000

114,000

89,000

75,000

39,000

48,000

4SEVEN NEWSNetwork 7

348,000

74,000

95,000

75,000

36,000

67,000

5TODAY TONIGHTNetwork 7

320,000

88,000

84,000

64,000

36,000

48,000

 

Free to Air:  18-49 demographics (Overnight)

TV ItemDescription (grouped)Channel\Market(r) 5 City MetroSydneyMelbourneBrisbaneAdelaidePerth
1BETTER HOMES AND GARDENSNetwork 7

362,000

110,000

113,000

66,000

30,000

44,000

2HOME AND AWAYNetwork 7

356,000

110,000

94,000

72,000

33,000

47,000

3NINE NEWSNetwork 9

336,000

94,000

122,000

76,000

26,000

17,000

4SEVEN NEWSNetwork 7

266,000

62,000

75,000

52,000

26,000

51,000

5AMERICAN IDOL FRINetwork TEN

262,000

69,000

89,000

51,000

16,000

37,000

 

Free to Air:  16-39 demographics (Overnight)

TV ItemDescription (grouped)Channel\Market(r) 5 City MetroSydneyMelbourneBrisbaneAdelaidePerth
1HOME AND AWAYNetwork 7

235,000

63,000

70,000

52,000

27,000

23,000

2BETTER HOMES AND GARDENSNetwork 7

232,000

67,000

74,000

43,000

20,000

29,000

3NINE NEWSNetwork 9

192,000

52,000

78,000

36,000

14,000

12,000

4AMERICAN IDOL FRINetwork TEN

188,000

48,000

63,000

41,000

13,000

23,000

5TODAY TONIGHTNetwork 7

167,000

46,000

60,000

31,000

14,000

16,000

 

Report:  Top 20 Programs
Channels:National STV
Market: National STV
Demographics: Total People
Day-part: 02:00 – 26:00
Day:Friday
Date: 

01/02/2013
Deliverable:Overnight

Rank

Description Channel\Market

(r) National STV

1

GOOD LUCK CHARLIEDisney Channel

75,000

2

LIVE: FOOTBALL: A-LEAGUE BRIS V C COASTFOX SPORTS 1

67,000

3

STORAGE HUNTERSA&E

62,000

4

CSI: MIAMITV1

53,000

5

CAJUN PAWN STARSA&E

51,000

6

CORONATION STREETUKTV

51,000

7

THE SIMPSONSFOX8

50,000

8

GOOD LUCK CHARLIEDisney Channel

50,000

9

CSI: CRIME SCENE INVESTIGATIONTV1

47,000

10

JESSIEDisney Channel

47,000

11

MASTERCHEF: THE PROFESSIONALSLifeStyle FOOD

47,000

12

LIVE: FOOTBALL: KICK OFFFOX SPORTS 1

47,000

13

THE AMAZING WORLD OF GUMBALLCartoon Network

46,000

14

PAWN STARSA&E

45,000

15

DEATH BECOMES HERFoxtel Movies Comedy

44,000

16

CSI: CRIME SCENE INVESTIGATIONTV1

44,000

17

ADVENTURE TIMECartoon Network

43,000

18

AMERICAN PICKERSA&E

43,000

19

ENTERTAINMENT DAILYTV1

42,000

20

REGULAR SHOWCartoon Network

42,000

 

© OzTAM Pty Limited 2013. 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.

6 Comments:

  1. Jason, generally the ‘demo’ stuff in tv ratings doesn’t relate to the ‘worth’ of older people but to the difficulty in reaching younger consumers. There are more hours in the day to target 55+ aged people at cheaper advertising rates than primetime.

    Also, advertisers wouldn’t matter much to the ABC, having no ads. Which is probably why it’s a good thing that the ABC cater to a market that the commercials probably won’t.

  2. Wow at those lowly figures for 9News Perth.

    Out of curiousity for the new presenter, I have watched a little 9News this week and I sincerely hope he improves. He seems to be phoning it in and has no chemistry with other co-hosts. Hopefully this is just nerves and he quickly improves or 9News will be irrelevant in Perth.

  3. So what’s wrong with +55? Keep seeing these snide remarks all too often. Many advertisers prefer the +55 anyway. Generally, they’re the ones with more money, no McMansion mortgages, and no huge credit card debts. ABC1 pushes nine into 3rd spot, and ABC1 has more than double 9’s audience after 6:30.

  4. Yes you can top total people without appearing the youth demographics is your audience hold Seniors Cards. When New Tricks screened on Friday nights over 80% of its viewers were over 55.

    That is who the ABC is successfully targeting with Mrs Fisher and Dr Blake.

    It was well made and acted. Though the writers couldn’t help trying to show how cool their character was by having support the 2013 Green’s identity politics platform on 1959.

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