Monday 8 July 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:
Monday
Date:08/07/2013
Deliverable:Overnight

Channel\Variable

FTA SHR %

Network ABC1

16.4%

Network ABC2

2.6%

Network ABC3

0.6%

Network ABC News 24

1.1%

Network ABC TTL

20.7%

Network 7

18.2%

Network 7TWO

3.5%

Network 7mate

3.6%

Network 7 TTL

25.2%

Network 9

27.0%

Network GO!

3.6%

Network Gem

2.2%

Network 9 TTL

32.8%

Network TEN

11.8%

Network ONE

2.4%

Network ELEVEN

2.8%

Network TEN TTL

17.0%

Network SBS ONE

3.4%

Network SBS 2

0.7%

Network NITV

0.1%

Network SBS TTL

4.2%

 

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:
Monday
Date:08/07/2013
Deliverable:Overnight

Rank

Description (grouped)Channel\Market

(r) 5 City Metro

Sydney

Melbourne

Brisbane

Adelaide

Perth

1

HAMISH & ANDY’S GAP YEAR ASIANetwork 9

1,566,000

465,000

516,000

281,000

118,000

185,000

2

THE BLOCK SKY HIGH -MONNetwork 9

1,485,000

411,000

492,000

323,000

115,000

143,000

3

NINE NEWSNetwork 9

1,395,000

398,000

498,000

290,000

97,000

112,000

4

SEVEN NEWSNetwork 7

1,298,000

314,000

335,000

272,000

165,000

212,000

5

A CURRENT AFFAIRNetwork 9

1,230,000

364,000

437,000

243,000

88,000

97,000

6

TODAY TONIGHTNetwork 7

1,164,000

267,000

300,000

226,000

149,000

223,000

7

ABC NEWS-EVNetwork ABC1

992,000

315,000

306,000

134,000

102,000

136,000

8

HIGHWAY PATROLNetwork 7

951,000

244,000

273,000

189,000

77,000

168,000

9

HOME AND AWAYNetwork 7

945,000

225,000

247,000

212,000

94,000

167,000

10

THE BIG BANG THEORY -RPTNetwork 9

931,000

280,000

290,000

171,000

78,000

110,000

11

7.30-EVNetwork ABC1

870,000

292,000

253,000

126,000

96,000

103,000

12

FOUR CORNERS-EVNetwork ABC1

863,000

258,000

301,000

115,000

87,000

102,000

13

THE BIG BANG THEORY -RPT EP2Network 9

841,000

227,000

280,000

147,000

79,000

108,000

14

MEDIA WATCH-EVNetwork ABC1

841,000

251,000

291,000

115,000

83,000

100,000

15

BORDER SECURITY: INTERNATIONALNetwork 7

839,000

236,000

298,000

163,000

0

141,000

16

AUSTRALIAN STORY-EVNetwork ABC1

819,000

237,000

244,000

129,000

100,000

109,000

17

HOT SEATNetwork 9

808,000

236,000

227,000

209,000

58,000

78,000

18

Q&A-LENetwork ABC1

768,000

252,000

246,000

110,000

76,000

83,000

19

MASTERCHEF AUSTRALIA MONNetwork TEN

737,000

235,000

229,000

108,000

72,000

92,000

20

ABC NEWS UPDATE-EVNetwork ABC1

732,000

221,000

238,000

98,000

81,000

93,000

 

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:
Monday
Date:08/07/2013
Deliverable:Overnight

Rank

Description (grouped)Channel\Market

(r) 5 City Metro

Sydney

Melbourne

Brisbane

Adelaide

Perth

1

PETER RABBIT-PMNetwork ABC2

415,000

124,000

150,000

72,000

32,000

37,000

2

SHAUN THE SHEEP-PMNetwork ABC2

405,000

116,000

143,000

72,000

35,000

40,000

3

PEPPA PIG-PMNetwork ABC2

370,000

106,000

130,000

68,000

32,000

33,000

4

CHARLIE AND LOLA-PMNetwork ABC2

343,000

92,000

118,000

62,000

37,000

34,000

5

BANANAS IN PYJAMAS-PMNetwork ABC2

341,000

98,000

116,000

69,000

29,000

29,000

6

MOFY-EVNetwork ABC2

274,000

78,000

93,000

45,000

33,000

25,000

7

NEIGHBOURSNetwork ELEVEN

271,000

57,000

88,000

52,000

36,000

39,000

8

CLOUDBABIES-EVNetwork ABC2

270,000

84,000

98,000

38,000

22,000

27,000

9

MIFFY AND FRIENDS-EVNetwork ABC2

261,000

77,000

92,000

42,000

24,000

25,000

10

PLAY SCHOOL-PMNetwork ABC2

244,000

61,000

91,000

41,000

24,000

28,000

11

GIGGLE AND HOOT-EVNetwork ABC2

236,000

67,000

86,000

36,000

23,000

25,000

12

IN THE NIGHT GARDEN-EVNetwork ABC2

231,000

65,000

83,000

40,000

22,000

21,000

13

LITTLE CHARLEY BEAR-AMNetwork ABC2

224,000

102,000

47,000

29,000

19,000

29,000

14

LITTLE TED’S BIG ADVENTURE-AMNetwork ABC2

223,000

97,000

54,000

25,000

19,000

28,000

15

SPICKS AND SPECKS-EVNetwork ABC2

217,000

48,000

85,000

42,000

21,000

20,000

16

THE BIG BANG THEORY -EVNetwork GO!

214,000

50,000

78,000

41,000

25,000

20,000

17

AMERICAN RESTORATION-ALL NEW MONNetwork 7mate

213,000

38,000

82,000

34,000

20,000

39,000

18

PLAY SCHOOL-AMNetwork ABC2

205,000

60,000

83,000

26,000

12,000

23,000

19

EVERYBODY LOVES RAYMOND EP 2 RPTNetwork ELEVEN

203,000

45,000

66,000

39,000

26,000

26,000

20

KIOKA-AMNetwork ABC2

203,000

84,000

62,000

21,000

16,000

20,000

 

Free to Air:  25-54 demographics (Overnight)

Rank

Description (grouped)Channel\Market

(r) 5 City Metro

Sydney

Melbourne

Brisbane

Adelaide

Perth

1

HAMISH & ANDY’S GAP YEAR ASIANetwork 9

884,000

268,000

270,000

169,000

60,000

118,000

2

THE BLOCK SKY HIGH -MONNetwork 9

787,000

221,000

249,000

184,000

53,000

79,000

3

NINE NEWSNetwork 9

555,000

158,000

179,000

134,000

36,000

47,000

4

THE BIG BANG THEORY -RPTNetwork 9

550,000

166,000

160,000

103,000

37,000

83,000

5

A CURRENT AFFAIRNetwork 9

510,000

156,000

161,000

110,000

37,000

47,000

 

Free to Air:  18-49 demographics (Overnight)

Rank

Description (grouped)Channel\Market

(r) 5 City Metro

Sydney

Melbourne

Brisbane

Adelaide

Perth

1

HAMISH & ANDY’S GAP YEAR ASIANetwork 9

929,000

277,000

299,000

166,000

61,000

126,000

2

THE BLOCK SKY HIGH -MONNetwork 9

763,000

222,000

246,000

176,000

48,000

71,000

3

THE BIG BANG THEORY -RPTNetwork 9

554,000

161,000

171,000

109,000

38,000

75,000

4

THE BIG BANG THEORY -RPT EP2Network 9

483,000

125,000

156,000

85,000

48,000

69,000

5

NINE NEWSNetwork 9

461,000

127,000

152,000

127,000

21,000

33,000

 

Free to Air:  16-39 demographics (Overnight)

Rank

Description (grouped)Channel\Market

(r) 5 City Metro

Sydney

Melbourne

Brisbane

Adelaide

Perth

1

HAMISH & ANDY’S GAP YEAR ASIANetwork 9

715,000

219,000

229,000

126,000

47,000

93,000

2

THE BLOCK SKY HIGH -MONNetwork 9

549,000

164,000

178,000

121,000

36,000

50,000

3

THE BIG BANG THEORY -RPTNetwork 9

416,000

127,000

134,000

75,000

29,000

51,000

4

THE BIG BANG THEORY -RPT EP2Network 9

350,000

96,000

114,000

60,000

30,000

49,000

5

MASTERCHEF AUSTRALIA MONNetwork TEN

278,000

88,000

105,000

30,000

19,000

36,000

 

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

08/07/2013
Deliverable:Overnight

Rank

Description Channel\Market

(r) National STV

1

LIVE: NRL SEA EAGLES V EELSFOX SPORTS 1

244,000

2

LIVE: MONDAY NIGHT WITH MATTY JOHNSFOX SPORTS 1

175,000

3

LIVE: AFL 360FOX FOOTY

131,000

4

LIVE: AFL: ON THE COUCHFOX FOOTY

129,000

5

AFL: OPEN MIKEFOX FOOTY

102,000

6

FAMILY GUYFOX8

93,000

7

FUTURAMAFOX8

90,000

8

THE SIMPSONSFOX8

78,000

9

THE SIMPSONSFOX8

73,000

10

THE SIMPSONSFOX8

66,000

11

ANGRY BIRDS TOONSFOX8

59,000

12

THE SIMPSONSFOX8

57,000

13

LIVE: LEAGUE CENTRAL MONDAYFOX SPORTS 1

56,000

14

LAW & ORDER: LOS ANGELESTV1

54,000

15

AFL 360FOX FOOTY

54,000

16

STORAGE WARSA&E

52,000

17

THE BIG BANG THEORYCOMEDY CHANNEL

50,000

18

EASTENDERSUKTV

50,000

19

ROMANCING THE STONEFOX Classics

49,000

20

CORONATION STREETUKTV

48,000

 

© 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.

21 Comments:

  1. Thanks David for the link.
    I used to see the full Oztam data each day when I worked for Ten network until 30th of November 2012, so very happy I can still see some daily data on this webpage. Keep up the good work – it is very much appreciated. 🙂

  2. Sorry David but I have looked over and over the figures for Sunday night and ONE is not even mentioned. Just wanted the total for the formula 1 race at 9.30 on Sunday 7th. If you can find them, that would be very much apprexiated – thanks in advance. 🙂

  3. Agree with Wolfieboy, channel 9 put on repeat after repeat after repeat of BBT as they don’t have anything else to show that the public will watch, I don’t watch 9 very often now as is owned by the Hedge Funds in the US so I would say all or most of the profits go there, would prefer to give the Australian channels my vote as I would suspect that most of their profits stay in Australia, lets try and keep it that way.

  4. The problem WolfieBoy is not enough of those remote control users are tuning into TEN. If you like something, watch it, but don’t criticise those who don’t like it and say so.

  5. Sorry to be a bit cynical here but when repeats of Big Bang Theory beat good new shows it may be time to shift the metering boxes to new homes. Are those homes channel Nine lovers or something? If Nine stays on top after that – well maybe we have to consider that viewers like made up drama like The Block. As one poster says here one hour wasted on dramatics instead of decorating.

    Seven did a similar thing with MKR with the two younger women constantly bitching about everyone. The viewers have to wake up to that made up false stuff or our TV’s might as well be used as anchors. I hope Ten and ABC as well as SBS stick with trying new programming.

    I am sick and tired of some posters trying to put down every new program that is not on 7 or 9. Some people do know how to use their remote control after all and choose programs with a difference. 🙂

    Watched a replay of the F1 racing in Germany & it was exciting right to the end. Tonight Tour De France – hurray & thanks SBS ( 30 ).

    Also David – what were the ratings for the German F1 Grand Prix please.

  6. The Other Adam

    I hadn’t heard of Wanted until today! So I am watching it on catchup right now.

    So far it looks pretty good! I was a fan of the old Australias Most Wanted… Will tune in next week, as long as I don’t forget.

  7. Secret Squirrel

    I don’t know about anyone else but a rest day on Le Tour allowed me to catch-up on some viewing from the past week. The last two eps of Breaking Bad (on FTA) have been fantastic – epic television.

    I also really enjoyed last week’s The Americans. It’s picked up and I’m hoping that level of writing is maintained.

    Elementary was good, too. Looking fwd to the season finale – just a shame that, yet again, Aus TV is unwilling to broadcast a double-ep as it was intended.

  8. @ David
    I have to agree with you about wanted, 649,000 is a good number for tens Monday night slot at 8:30. My favorite part of Wanted was the 3 main stories. Wanted did a good job of presenting the facts about each story in order. Whenever i watch TT or ACA their stories always start with a the subject of the story being confronted publicly, then the reporter explains everything from the beginning. I hope word of mouth and social media this week help wanted to reach at least 800,000 next week.

  9. I enjoyed wanted. The segment with Xanthe (?) really added to the authenticity of it. And the interviews with family members was handled really well.

    I am a sucker for true crime though, so last night was an easy decision for me as I’ve never understood the Hamish and Andy hype.

    I’ll be watching next week.

  10. I had the great misfortune to be forced to watch the block last night….I had thought it was a renovation show, instead there was an hour of arguing and complaining about two of the participants relationship and what being on the show has done to it….hello people, dont go on the show if you dont think you can handle it ! Not one bit of renovation was done in the hour, it is beyond me how this show rates so highly. As for Hamish and Andy, well my 10 yr old grandson thought it was hilarious…thankfully I didnt bother.

    • Not so fast. That timeslot has been dire for TEN lately. 649,000 is a big improvement on Biggest Loser Makeovers (last 395,000) and Can of Worms (last 246,000). Yes some of the cops were a bit awkward, but that’s understandable (bit of a shame John Sylvester isn’t in the cast). The stories from the victims of crime was its most compelling element and I think it’s good TV is giving them airtime. Didn’t think it was helpful to say “Live” when an interview with one cop showed daylight reflected in the window. Oops. Hopefully it will be a slow burn for TEN, nobody else is making this genre.

  11. I did watch Wanted and found it unintentionally hilarious despite its subject matter. I love Sandra sully and do like these sorts of shows and this one does serve a good community purpose. Just found the retired copper Terry with such sayings as the guys who stole cancerous copper pipes “the crooks will get crook”

  12. bettestreep2008

    Looks like a lot of people stayed home and watched TV last night – and the majority were glued to Nine.

    Congrats to ABC for almost coming in second for the night.

    Ten once again fourth – despite MC doing average numbers.

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