Friday 8 March 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:08/03/2013
Deliverable:Overnight

Channel\Variable

FTA SHR %

Network ABC1

14.6%

Network ABC2

3.3%

Network ABC3

1.0%

Network ABC News 24

1.1%

Network ABC TTL

19.9%

Network 7

21.2%

Network 7TWO

4.8%

Network 7mate

2.5%

Network 7 TTL

28.6%

Network 9

24.0%

Network GO!

6.0%

Network Gem

2.7%

Network 9 TTL

32.7%

Network TEN

8.9%

Network ONE

1.9%

Network ELEVEN

3.2%

Network TEN TTL

14.0%

Network SBS ONE

4.0%

Network SBS TWO

0.7%

Network NITV

0.1%

Network SBS TTL

4.8%

 

 

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:08/03/2013
Deliverable:Overnight
TV ItemDescription (grouped)Channel\Market(r) 5 City MetroSydneyMelbourneBrisbaneAdelaidePerth
1NINE NEWSNetwork 9

1,081,000

296,000

353,000

264,000

97,000

71,000

2SEVEN NEWSNetwork 7

968,000

209,000

254,000

236,000

121,000

149,000

3BETTER HOMES AND GARDENSNetwork 7

927,000

239,000

300,000

162,000

95,000

131,000

4THE DOCTOR BLAKE MYSTERIES-EVNetwork ABC1

883,000

220,000

287,000

155,000

94,000

128,000

5A CURRENT AFFAIRNetwork 9

858,000

252,000

286,000

198,000

68,000

54,000

6TODAY TONIGHTNetwork 7

830,000

200,000

210,000

201,000

92,000

127,000

7HOME AND AWAYNetwork 7

807,000

233,000

211,000

173,000

92,000

97,000

8ABC NEWS-EVNetwork ABC1

766,000

172,000

252,000

145,000

81,000

116,000

9FRIDAY NIGHT NRL LIVENetwork 9

740,000

420,000

320,000

10THE BLOCK: ALL STARS UNLOCKEDNetwork 9

716,000

301,000

278,000

68,000

70,000

11QI RPTNetwork ABC1

652,000

137,000

209,000

99,000

86,000

122,000

12TEN NEWS AT FIVENetwork TEN

644,000

194,000

185,000

107,000

63,000

96,000

13HOT SEATNetwork 9

622,000

171,000

188,000

186,000

30,000

47,000

147.30-EVNetwork ABC1

533,000

128,000

176,000

84,000

62,000

83,000

15FRIDAY NIGHT NRL LIVE -POST MATCHNetwork 9

532,000

305,000

227,000

16FRIDAY NIGHT NRL LIVE -PRE MATCHNetwork 9

489,000

309,000

180,000

17M-THE ADJUSTMENT BUREAUNetwork 7

461,000

141,000

143,000

80,000

45,000

53,000

18DEAL OR NO DEALNetwork 7

408,000

98,000

124,000

88,000

54,000

45,000

19THE BOLD AND THE BEAUTIFULNetwork TEN

405,000

118,000

116,000

84,000

32,000

55,000

20THE PROJECTNetwork TEN

403,000

108,000

120,000

98,000

29,000

48,000

 

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:08/03/2013
Deliverable:Overnight

Rank

Description (grouped)Channel\Market

(r) 5 City Metro

Sydney

Melbourne

Brisbane

Adelaide

Perth

1

A CINDERELLA STORY -EVNetwork GO!

258,000

84,000

76,000

51,000

32,000

15,000

2

DOC MARTIN (R)Network 7TWO

238,000

49,000

87,000

37,000

33,000

32,000

3

NEIGHBOURSNetwork ELEVEN

234,000

46,000

65,000

44,000

37,000

41,000

4

JOE & JACK-PMNetwork ABC2

224,000

65,000

76,000

55,000

9,000

18,000

5

PINGU-PMNetwork ABC2

219,000

64,000

73,000

45,000

14,000

23,000

6

ESCAPE TO THE COUNTRY-EP.2Network 7TWO

218,000

57,000

79,000

30,000

33,000

19,000

7

OLIVIA-PMNetwork ABC2

209,000

64,000

65,000

54,000

13,000

13,000

8

THE HIVE-AMNetwork ABC2

208,000

58,000

56,000

26,000

37,000

31,000

9

TIMMY TIME-PMNetwork ABC2

207,000

62,000

72,000

35,000

15,000

22,000

10

MR MOON-EVNetwork ABC2

204,000

72,000

58,000

30,000

18,000

25,000

11

BANANAS IN PYJAMAS-PMNetwork ABC2

193,000

58,000

65,000

29,000

21,000

20,000

12

THE WOTWOTS-EVNetwork ABC2

192,000

74,000

43,000

34,000

15,000

27,000

13

ESCAPE TO THE COUNTRYNetwork 7TWO

192,000

53,000

63,000

35,000

26,000

15,000

14

PEPPA PIG-PMNetwork ABC2

187,000

71,000

59,000

36,000

13,000

8,000

15

LITTLE CHARLEY BEAR-EVNetwork ABC2

185,000

81,000

50,000

27,000

13,000

14,000

16

FIREMAN SAM-AMNetwork ABC2

183,000

51,000

59,000

26,000

16,000

32,000

17

MIKE THE KNIGHT-AMNetwork ABC2

183,000

42,000

68,000

21,000

18,000

34,000

18

GASPARD AND LISA-AMNetwork ABC2

183,000

40,000

52,000

30,000

25,000

37,000

19

IN THE NIGHT GARDEN-EVNetwork ABC2

180,000

55,000

69,000

25,000

10,000

22,000

20

GIGGLE AND HOOT-EVNetwork ABC2

179,000

62,000

57,000

28,000

15,000

18,000

 

Free to Air:  25-54 demographics (Overnight)

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

408,000

108,000

128,000

100,000

44,000

28,000

2BETTER HOMES AND GARDENSNetwork 7

405,000

101,000

138,000

70,000

37,000

59,000

3FRIDAY NIGHT NRL LIVENetwork 9

369,000

203,000

166,000

4THE BLOCK: ALL STARS UNLOCKEDNetwork 9

359,000

148,000

132,000

39,000

40,000

5HOME AND AWAYNetwork 7

341,000

97,000

89,000

73,000

35,000

47,000

 

Free to Air:  18-49 demographics (Overnight)

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

356,000

89,000

119,000

62,000

33,000

52,000

2FRIDAY NIGHT NRL LIVENetwork 9

355,000

203,000

152,000

3HOME AND AWAYNetwork 7

317,000

83,000

90,000

67,000

34,000

43,000

4NINE NEWSNetwork 9

316,000

79,000

96,000

90,000

28,000

23,000

5THE BLOCK: ALL STARS UNLOCKEDNetwork 9

312,000

120,000

124,000

29,000

38,000

 

Free to Air:  16-39 demographics (Overnight)

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

225,000

56,000

62,000

48,000

29,000

30,000

2FRIDAY NIGHT NRL LIVENetwork 9

225,000

131,000

93,000

3BETTER HOMES AND GARDENSNetwork 7

214,000

59,000

66,000

38,000

18,000

32,000

4FRIDAY NIGHT NRL LIVE -POST MATCHNetwork 9

182,000

93,000

90,000

5THE BLOCK: ALL STARS UNLOCKEDNetwork 9

180,000

77,000

73,000

11,000

19,000

 

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

08/03/2013
Deliverable:Overnight

Rank

Description Channel\Market

(r) National STV

1

LIVE: AFL: NAB CUP RND 3, ADEL V CARLFOX FOOTY

204,000

2

LIVE: SUPER RUGBY: REBELS V REDSFOX SPORTS 1

119,000

3

LIVE: AFL: NAB CUP RND 3, GWS V ESSENDONFOX FOOTY

85,000

4

THE SIMPSONSFOX8

51,000

5

FAMILY GUYFOX8

51,000

6

LIVE: SUPER RUGBY: HUR’CANES V CRUSADERSFOX SPORTS 1

49,000

7

CORONATION STREETUKTV

48,000

8

FUTURAMAFOX8

47,000

9

CORONATION STREETUKTV

46,000

10

NCIS: LOS ANGELESTV1

45,000

11

LIVE: FOOTBALL: A-LEAGUE NEWC V PERTHFOX SPORTS 3

44,000

12

THE SIMPSONSFOX8

42,000

13

PAWN STARSA&E

41,000

14

CSI: NYTV1

40,000

15

ADVENTURE TIMECartoon Network

40,000

16

LAW & ORDER: SVUTV1

40,000

17

ADVENTURE TIMECartoon Network

40,000

18

MODERN FAMILYFOX8

39,000

19

GRAND DESIGNS ABROADLifeStyle Channel

39,000

20

THE AMAZING WORLD OF GUMBALLCartoon Network

39,000

 

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12 Comments:

  1. Said it many times the project is not cutting the mustard. Ten’s news has a better lead in that its rivals on nine and seven but yet when the clock turns to 6pm the audience migrates. Ten has to find a competitive show to go up against the news. Andrew Bolt might be that answer. The bolt report has the balls to be a great current affairs show. They need to have their prime shows starting at 7pm not 7.30pm

    I would move the project to breakkie but keep it a 2 hour show to reduce repetition. Both Today and Sunrise get very boring due to repetition…..

  2. @RY Surely a wise move would be to shift Neighbours to 6:00pm on Ten to help build the audience for the night.

    Does the simpson at 6pm on take rate better than neighbours at 6.30pm on eleven? How much by? If they rate about the same then the logical thing to do would be to move it to channel 10. I think it would be forgotten by some on eleven.

  3. Imagine the ratings of Bold and the Beautiful if it had The Project time slot!!

    Anyone know why The Project no longer has two rating blocks from 6:30 – 7:00 and then 7:00 – 7:30?

    Surely a wise move would be to shift Neighbours to 6:00pm on Ten to help build the audience for the night. They did just invest a lot of money to upgrade their studios! And also gain those drama points too!

    If people are desperate for the 6:00pm tradition of The Simpsons then Eleven could do the job! Or on One it that fits their demographic? If they even have a demographic that is!

    I sense a lot of love for Ten reading the comments on here (me included) and with that we hold a hope they will slowly but surely begin to turn things around!

    C’mon Ten!

  4. To Bella04, it doesn’t where it’s head to head – have a close look at the figures for Sydney and Brisbane, the football annihilates it. Melbourne, Adelaide and Perth get it over the line because it’s not up against the football on Nine in those areas, just GEM.

  5. David,you’re not doing the rating breakdown on sat and sun i guess huh?btw,I wanted to check some old Judge Judy numbers(saw it got 54k in morning)…went into archive,and saw figures as high as 333k.But my point is…what a massive archive David has set up for us..and the tags,and search features.These aren’t just for decoration.the search feature is outstanding.So what I’m getting at..sometimes before asking about stuff,just look around the site using the tools he’s giving us…answer might be there already.

    • Nicks: no I don’t do ratings wraps on the weekend, so I can enjoy some free time. But thanks for the vote of confidence in the archive. I have always endeavoured to set up the site as a “self-serve” stop so that readers can source the information they need. Tags will always take you to recent (and historic) stories on shows, so that you can see how it rated, or see where it has been moved to by pesky programmers. Often people will ask me “how did my favourite show rate compared to last year’s premiere?” and I feel like saying “one of us can search the archive to check, and I vote you to do it!” I am literally using the same resources as you, the reader, to check this kind of data because as you correctly note I have sought to arm readers with all the resources possible. There are also other tools like the drop-down menu of current shows on the homepage and I recently began adding Timeshifted ratings too. The archive of 6 years of stories is now the most comprehensive, free archive of its kind in the country. It’s nice somebody sings its praises!

  6. so…. Nine is going to split their NRL coverage into 3 segments to best suit them? Last night, they had the game (9th), post-game (15th) and pre-game (16th), but on Thursday nights game, they put all ”3 segments” into the one (for the ratings!).

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