Nine wins 4 cities last week

Nine managed a rare win in Adelaide last week.

It was the first time Nine won survey in the Seven stronghold in 12 months and comes as Seven’s company shares hit a low of just 14c (a month ago it was 25c).

Nine won on the back of MAFS again snaring the top 4 rankings. Nine won 4 metro cities.

But Perth remained loyal to Seven, with Seven News remaining dependable nationally. Seven still finished the week well ahead of 10, which trailed ABC.

Nine: 30.1
Seven: 25.6
ABC: 18.2
10: 17.9
SBS: 8.3

Primary channel:
Nine: 21.8
Seven: 17.1
ABC: 13.1
10: 11.4
SBS: 4.4

10 BOLD: 3.8
7TWO / 9GO!: 3.3
7mate: 3.2
9GEM: 2.9
ABC KIDS Comedy: 2.8
10 Peach: 2.6
9Life: 2.2
7flix: 2.0
ABC News: 1.8
SBS World Movies: 1.4
SBS Food: 1.1
ABC ME: 0.5
NITV: 0.1

Nine led the demos 16-39 and 25-54.

Nine won Sunday – Thursday. Seven scored Friday & Saturday. ABC bettered 10 on Sunday, Monday, Friday & Saturday and tied for Wednesday.

Best brands last week were:

Nine: Married at First Sight (Sun: 1.19m), Nine News (Sun: 836,000), 60 Minutes (793,000) and A Current Affair (696,000).

Seven: Seven News (Sun: 915,000), Home and Away (572,000), My Kitchen Rules (Wed: 501,000) and The Chase (499,000).

ABC: ABC News (Sun: 704,000), Doc Martin (684,000), 7:30 (628,000) and Australian Story (600,000).

10: Australian Survivor (Tues: 663,000), Gogglebox (645,000), Ambulance Australia (509,000) and Dancing with the Stars (417,000).

SBS: Great Australian Railway Journeys (341,000), Michael Palin in North Korea (257,000), Secrets of our Cities (223,000) and Insight (221,000).

Infograph supplied by Nine.

One Comment:

  1. Seven has fallen into a heap. It’s no wonder they tried to sell the Big Bash rights to Ten. Seven’s rating dominance ended when it lost those Tennis rights to Nine and signed the dud deal of the century for crap cricket coverage. The Olympics can’t come soon enough, however they may not come at all.

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