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OFFLINE   Johnson28 #1

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Posted 25 June 2011 - 12:38 PM

Five Capital City Figures, 6pm-midnight
Total People (Week Progressive)


Networks

ABC - 13.9% (13.5%)
Seven - 29.2% (30.9%)
Nine - 30.3% (26.5%)
Ten - 20.0% (23.4%)
SBS - 6.5% (5.7%)

Channels

ABC1 - 10.9% (10.2%)
ABC2 - 2.0% (2.1%)
ABC3 - 0.6% (0.6%)
ABC News 24 - 0.4% (0.5%)
Seven - 21.9% (23.0%)
7TWO - 4.1% (4.1%)
7mate - 3.2% (3.8%)
Nine - 20.3% (19.7%)
GO! - 7.4% (4.3%)
GEM - 2.7% (2.5%)
Ten - 14.6% (17.9%)
One - 2.4% (2.3%)
Eleven - 3.1% (3.3%)
SBS One - 5.6% (5.0%)
SBS Two - 0.9% (0.7%)

Spoiler

Posted Image Program Rankings - Overnight Figures - Total People
Rank Description Network Sydney Melbourne Brisbane Adelaide Perth
1 Seven News Seven 1,196,000 296,000 306,000 250,000 135,000 208,000
2 Today Tonight Seven 1,157,000 330,000 302,000 205,000 138,000 183,000
3 Better Homes and Gardens Seven 1,075,000 284,000 353,000 176,000 117,000 146,000
4 The Block Nine 1,039,000 387,000 316,000 162,000 93,000 81,000
5 MasterChef Australia – MasterClass Ten 978,000 251,000 353,000 159,000 113,000 102,000
6 Nine News Nine 950,000 311,000 280,000 182,000 97,000 79,000
7 Home and Away Seven 895,000 262,000 248,000 163,000 107,000 115,000
8 A Current Affair Nine 839,000 290,000 243,000 155,000 69,000 82,000
9 Taggart ABC1 792,000 223,000 227,000 140,000 106,000 96,000
10 ABC News ABC1 773,000 209,000 232,000 125,000 91,000 116,000
11 The 7pm Project Ten 685,000 178,000 214,000 149,000 50,000 93,000
12 Hot Seat Nine 625,000 171,000 188,000 151,000 69,000 47,000
13 Nine’s Live Friday Night Football Nine 614,000 409,000 *** 204,000 *** ***
14 Ten News at Five Ten 581,000 168,000 197,000 80,000 49,000 87,000
15 Deal or No Deal Seven 571,000 141,000 165,000 115,000 65,000 84,000
16 Seven’s AFL: Rnd 14: Hawthorn vs Essendon Seven 558,000 *** 382,000 *** 95,000 80,000
17 Collectors ABC1 499,000 122,000 158,000 93,000 64,000 61,000
18 7.30 ABC1 496,000 158,000 126,000 81,000 66,000 65,000
19 Nine’s Friday Night Football Nine 461,000 286,000 *** 175,000 *** ***
20 The Bold and the Beautiful Ten 423,000 116,000 149,000 74,000 44,000 40,000
21 Hustle ABC1 412,000 117,000 106,000 72,000 59,000 58,000
22 Seven’s AFL: Rnd 14: Hawthorn vs Essendon – After The Game Seven 403,000 *** 292,000 *** 63,000 48,000
23 Burn Notice Ten 403,000 139,000 100,000 74,000 42,000 48,000
24 6.30 with George Negus Ten 393,000 94,000 136,000 90,000 23,000 50,000
25 Minuscule ABC1 350,000 104,000 100,000 64,000 38,000 45,000
26 Movie: Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire Rpt GO! 346,000 81,000 112,000 57,000 40,000 56,000
27 Sunrise Seven 342,000 72,000 88,000 101,000 43,000 37,000
28 Coast SBS ONE 340,000 76,000 118,000 75,000 30,000 41,000
29 Today Nine 326,000 109,000 108,000 65,000 21,000 23,000
30 Neighbours Eleven 297,000 57,000 108,000 64,000 40,000 28,000
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Posted Image Program Rankings - Consolidated Figures - Total People
Ranking / Network / Program / Overnight Audience / Consolidated Audience / Audience Increase / Audience Increase %

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All data excludes subscription and regional television ratings unless otherwise stated. "Overnight" figures include "Live" (Programs broadcast during the 2am-2am broadcast day and "As Live" (Programs recorded and then watched within the same broadcast day). "Consolidated" figures include Live, As Live and "Time Shift" (Programs recorded and then watched within seven days of the initial broadcast) Ratings for Media Spy are sourced from various companies and organisations, including OzTam, RegionalTAM, Mediaweek, The Sun Herald 'Who We Are', TV Tonight and the various networks.


OFFLINE   Johnson28 #2

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Posted 25 June 2011 - 12:41 PM

In a close finish, Seven beat Nine in primary channels, but a massive 7.4% share from GO! (thanks to the screening of Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire) helped Nine clinching the night in combined shares. As we get closer to the release of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hollows Part 2, expect more big audience shares from GO! with one HP movie each Friday night.
The presence of George's mum Mary helped MC posting one of its highest Friday figures this year. But Burn Notice returned with shocking figures.
The Block easily won the 7pm timeslot.

Edited by Johnson28, 25 June 2011 - 12:54 PM.


OFFLINE   CJM #3

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Posted 25 June 2011 - 12:56 PM

With AFL in Melbourne, Adelaide and Perth and NRL in Sydney in Brisbane helping both Seven and Nine...here are the main channel shares for Seven, Nine and Ten in each capital city (based on 15 channel shares 6pm-midnight):

SYDNEY

Seven - 16.2%
Nine - 31.2%
Ten - 14.4%

MELBOURNE

Seven - 28.3%
Nine - 11.8%
Ten - 15.4%

Brisbane

Seven - 16.6%
Nine - 26.5%
Ten - 14.2%

Adelaide

Seven - 25.0%
Nine - 12.7%
Ten - 14.3%

Perth

Seven - 24.7%
Nine - 12.5%
Ten - 13.9%

(Oztam)

OFFLINE   parano1a #4

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Posted 25 June 2011 - 12:57 PM

22 Seven’s AFL: Rnd 14: Hawthorn vs Essendon – After The Game Seven 403,000 *** 292,000 *** 63,000 48,000

Not sure what these figures are for, as 7 crossed to the tennis about 5 seconds after the final siren...

OFFLINE   Tracker #5

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Posted 25 June 2011 - 01:00 PM

The Block has held up fairly well throughout the week, especially in the demos. However it hasn't brought a very significant increase to the 7pm slot. Could it have been better for the network if placed elsewhere?

Footy a bit low for both codes. And ABC very low on a night that used to be one of their strengths.

OFFLINE   J Bar #6

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Posted 25 June 2011 - 01:04 PM

The Block retains a lot of its viewers on a Friday night. Home & Away and 7pm Project are harder hit with many of their younger demographic viewers out on Friday nights.

Truly awful ratings for 6.30 without George Negus.
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OFFLINE   Racer25 #7

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Posted 25 June 2011 - 01:09 PM

The Block retains a lot of its viewers on a Friday night. Home & Away and 7pm Project are harder hit with many of their younger demographic viewers out on Friday nights.

Look like many of their younger viewers have jumped ship to Nine this week. 'H&A' hasn't slipped below 1mil in weeks and did so twice this week whilst '7PM' fell away altogether.

OFFLINE   parano1a #8

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Posted 25 June 2011 - 03:03 PM

Will be interesting to see how live AFL on 7mate did? Not too badly judging by the channel's share.

OFFLINE   ben78 #9

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Posted 25 June 2011 - 04:23 PM

Pretty good result for the late NRL game 9.45 - 12 am to average 461 k that late is a great result.

Will add weight to Perth's bid for a RL team....

Second game live on the East Coast at 9.30 is a ratings winner, and this game was 30 min delayed...

OFFLINE   duke #10

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Posted 25 June 2011 - 04:32 PM

Will be interesting to see how live AFL on 7mate did? Not too badly judging by the channel's share.


Pretty poorly according to TV Tonight.

"AFL was 21,000 in each city"

Pretty good result for the late NRL game 9.45 - 12 am to average 461 k that late is a great result.

Will add weight to Perth's bid for a RL team....

Second game live on the East Coast at 9.30 is a ratings winner, and this game was 30 min delayed...


15,000 at an uncovered stadium that ban umbrellas in pouring rain would also help.

Perth fits in nicely for East Coast TV. Even 5:30pm starts would work well.

OFFLINE   turdall #11

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Posted 25 June 2011 - 05:56 PM

The Block is doing well, very well. Good move from 9. Could Top Design go there next?

OFFLINE   Reuder7 #12

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Posted 25 June 2011 - 08:27 PM

The Block is doing well, very well. Good move from 9. Could Top Design go there next?


If 1 million is doing 'very well, then Ten with Masterchef, and everything on Seven is doing exceptionally, out of this world well!

OFFLINE   turdall #13

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Posted 25 June 2011 - 08:45 PM

For a 7PM show it has done wonders for 9. A risk that has paid off so far.

ONLINE   The Sifon #14

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Posted 25 June 2011 - 08:47 PM

Days Of Our Lives Nine 120,000 48,000 28,000 17,000 17,000 10,000
The Ellen Degeneres Show Nine 112,000 37,000 37,000 19,000 17,000 2,000
The View Nine 111,000 44,000 32,000 16,000 15,000 4,000


Days powering on after so many years. Nine's highest rating daytime program.

OFFLINE   Reuder7 #15

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Posted 25 June 2011 - 08:52 PM

For a 7PM show it has done wonders for 9. A risk that has paid off so far.


Big Bang was doing about 850-900k, and cost ALOT less.

OFFLINE   turdall #16

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Posted 25 June 2011 - 09:08 PM

And your point is? i understand the block is a lot more expensive but it has the advertisers and is getting an extra 200-300k more than repeats. Great decision and good for australian tv.

OFFLINE   InTheWild #17

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Posted 25 June 2011 - 09:08 PM

For a 7PM show it has done wonders for 9. A risk that has paid off so far.


It has done well at 7pm but I know that Nine were hoping that it would feed viewers through to its post-7:30 offerings. Based on what I have seen this week it has not had the biggest effect on those figures. Some of the increases week-on-week were minimal but nothing to write home about.

Monday - New Big Bang, Come Fly With Me and Rescue (though started 30 mins late) were down week-on-week
Tueday - Big Bang rpt down week-on-week
Wednesday - Big Bang repeat hour down since last time they aired (as SOO last week)
Thursday - I would hardly call Hot Property a big winner and down significantly on its last airing, and the doco didn't do amazingly either.

They would want more retention out of The Block IMO otherwise it will finish in 8 weeks and Nine will be back where they started.

OFFLINE   J Bar #18

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Posted 25 June 2011 - 09:35 PM

i understand the block is a lot more expensive but it has the advertisers and is getting an extra 200-300k more than repeats. Great decision and good for australian tv.

Even though I hate reality shows with a vengeance, I'd rather see Nine showing a new Australian show than endless repeats of unfunny American sitcoms.

I can't help thinking that Nine could have done a lot better overall if they scheduled The Block directly against Masterchef in the 7.30 slot across the week. God knows they don't have much else worth showing at 7.30pm and their new eps of Big Bang, RBT and Hot Property could still have been on at 8pm. Maybe next year or maybe they should try it for one week and if it works, keep it that way for the rest of the run.

Edited by J Bar, 25 June 2011 - 09:36 PM.

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OFFLINE   parano1a #19

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Posted 26 June 2011 - 12:21 AM

I can't help thinking that Nine could have done a lot better overall if they scheduled The Block directly against Masterchef in the 7.30 slot across the week. God knows they don't have much else worth showing at 7.30pm

Friday night rugby in NSW and QLD might make that idea difficult...