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OFFLINE   TJ. #1

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Posted 14 December 2011 - 10:16 AM

Five City Metro Figures, 6pm-12am
Total People (Week Progressive)

Networks

ABC - 18.6% (%)
Seven - 26.9% (%)
Nine - 27.0% (%)
Ten - 21.0% (%)
SBS - 6.5% (%)

Channels

ABC1 - 14.2% (%)
ABC2 - 2.4% (%)
ABC3 - 0.9% (%)
ABC News 24 - 1.1% (%)
Seven - 17.9% (%)
7TWO - 5.5% (%)
7mate - 3.5% (%)
Nine - 16.7% (%)
GO! - 5.6% (%)
GEM - 4.7% (%)
Ten - 15.1% (%)
One - 2.2% (%)
Eleven - 3.6% (%)
SBS One - 5.1% (%)
SBS Two - 1.4% (%)

Posted Image Top 20 Program Rankings - Free-to-Air - Overnight Figures - Total People
Rank / Description / Channel / Five City Metro / Sydney / Melbourne / Brisbane / Adelaide / Perth
1 SEVEN NEWS Network 7 1,129,000 262,000 312,000 240,000 125,000 190,000
2 THE BIG BANG THEORY -TUE Network 9 982,000 288,000 297,000 207,000 73,000 118,000
3 TODAY TONIGHT Network 7 980,000 218,000 241,000 204,000 117,000 201,000
4 NINE NEWS Network 9 909,000 287,000 289,000 175,000 69,000 90,000
5 ABC NEWS-EV Network ABC1 871,000 263,000 302,000 105,000 87,000 113,000
6 A CURRENT AFFAIR Network 9 824,000 256,000 281,000 152,000 45,000 89,000
7 THE BIG BANG THEORY -RPT Network 9 779,000 226,000 266,000 151,000 55,000 80,000
8 MODERN FAMILY TUES RPT Network TEN 747,000 231,000 226,000 130,000 75,000 85,000
9 ABC NEWS UPDATE-LE Network ABC1 728,000 180,000 257,000 118,000 93,000 80,000
10 7.30-EV Network ABC1 699,000 219,000 218,000 114,000 54,000 94,000
11 THE GRUMPY GUIDE TO THE EIGHTIES-EV Network ABC1 668,000 150,000 225,000 120,000 78,000 97,000
12 THE MIDDLE Network 9 662,000 191,000 204,000 121,000 53,000 93,000
13 NIGELLA KITCHEN-EV Network ABC1 652,000 166,000 227,000 117,000 53,000 89,000
14 RULES OF ENGAGEMENT TUES Network TEN 624,000 184,000 193,000 111,000 71,000 65,000
15 THE PROJECT Network TEN 599,000 165,000 192,000 138,000 57,000 47,000
16 NCIS: LOS ANGELES TUES RPT Network TEN 595,000 177,000 165,000 116,000 72,000 66,000
17 TWO AND A HALF MEN -TUE Network 9 594,000 154,000 180,000 111,000 71,000 78,000
18 MEGASTRUCTURES-TUE Network 7 590,000 135,000 165,000 120,000 62,000 108,000
19 TEN NEWS AT FIVE Network TEN 590,000 152,000 176,000 103,000 60,000 99,000
20 ABC NEWS UPDATE-EV Network ABC1 589,000 137,000 197,000 104,000 57,000 94,000

Posted Image Top 20 Program Rankings - Free-to-Air Multichannels - Overnight Figures - Total People
Rank / Description / Channel / Five City Metro / Sydney / Melbourne / Brisbane / Adelaide / Perth
1 RUSH HOUR 2 -EV Network GO! 319,000 117,000 98,000 50,000 39,000 14,000
2 KEEPING UP APPEARANCES CHRISTMAS SPECIAL Network 7TWO 300,000 87,000 83,000 54,000 40,000 37,000
3 KEEPING UP APPEARANCES CHRISTMAS SPECIAL-EP.2 Network 7TWO 263,000 72,000 73,000 50,000 39,000 29,000
4 DAD'S ARMY Network 7TWO 219,000 54,000 65,000 32,000 30,000 37,000
5 OLIVIA-AM Network ABC2 194,000 68,000 47,000 43,000 21,000 14,000
6 THE WOTWOTS-AM Network ABC2 189,000 67,000 46,000 41,000 20,000 14,000
7 THE CLOSER -EV Network Gem 186,000 51,000 74,000 34,000 10,000 18,000
8 THE CLOSER -EV TX1 Network Gem 182,000 43,000 72,000 35,000 7,000 25,000
9 THE INBETWEENERS -LE Network GO! 175,000 58,000 72,000 15,000 13,000 16,000
10 ARE YOU BEING SERVED?-WEEKNIGHTS Network 7TWO 174,000 37,000 71,000 33,000 19,000 15,000
11 GIGGLE AND HOOT-AM Network ABC2 172,000 62,000 51,000 31,000 17,000 11,000
12 MIFFY AND FRIENDS-AM Network ABC2 171,000 86,000 63,000 10,000 9,000 3,000
13 PLAY SCHOOL-AM Network ABC2 171,000 75,000 73,000 8,000 10,000 5,000
14 YES MINISTER -EV Network Gem 170,000 31,000 58,000 29,000 23,000 29,000
15 FRANNY'S FEET-AM Network ABC2 166,000 74,000 72,000 7,000 9,000 4,000
16 BOB THE BUILDER: PROJECT BUILD IT-AM Network ABC2 164,000 75,000 73,000 1,000 11,000 3,000
17 WIGGLY WAFFLE-AM Network ABC2 162,000 71,000 70,000 7,000 11,000 3,000
18 PEPPA PIG-AM Network ABC2 161,000 67,000 61,000 17,000 11,000 5,000
19 DRIVER DAN'S STORY TRAIN-AM Network ABC2 161,000 44,000 46,000 38,000 21,000 11,000
20 POSTMAN PAT SPECIAL DELIVERY SERVICE-AM Network ABC2 160,000 72,000 62,000 9,000 8,000 10,000

Posted Image Top 20 Program Rankings - Subscription - Overnight Figures - Total People
Rank / Description / Channel / Five City Metro
1 FUTURAMA FOX8 99,000
2 2011 VICTORIA'S SECRET FASHION SHOW FOX8 87,000
3 FAMILY GUY FOX8 86,000
4 THE SIMPSONS FOX8 71,000
5 EASTENDERS UKTV 71,000
6 THE SIMPSONS FOX8 66,000
7 CORONATION STREET UKTV 65,000
8 THE REAL HOUSEWIVES OF BEVERLY HILLS ARENA 64,000
9 THE SAVOY LifeStyle Channel 64,000
10 DRAKE & JOSH XMAS MOVIE Nickelodeon 56,000
11 ICARLY Nickelodeon 56,000
12 SPONGEBOB SQUAREPANTS Nickelodeon 55,000
13 BUBBLE GUPPIES Nick Jr. 53,000
14 LIVE: FOOTBALL: EPL CHELSEA V MAN CITY FOX SPORTS 1 51,000
15 BEHIND MANSION WALLS Crime & Investigation 50,000
16 LAW & ORDER: CRIMINAL INTENT TV1 50,000
17 M*A*S*H FOX Classics 49,000
18 PRISONER 111 HITS 48,000
19 SEINFELD TV1 48,000
20 THE BACK PAGE FOX SPORTS News 48,000

Top 5 Program Rankings - Free-to-Air - Overnight Figures - 25-54
Rank / Target / Channel / Description / Five City Metro / Sydney / Melbourne / Brisbane / Adelaide / Perth

Top 5 Program Rankings - Free-to-Air - Overnight Figures - 18-49
Rank / Target / Channel / Description / Five City Metro / Sydney / Melbourne / Brisbane / Adelaide / Perth

Top 5 Program Rankings - Free-to-Air - Overnight Figures - 16-39
Rank / Target / Channel / Description / Five City Metro / Sydney / Melbourne / Brisbane / Adelaide / Perth

Posted Image Top 20 Program Rankings - Free-to-Air - Consolidated Figures - Total People
Rank / Description / Channel / Overnight Audience / Consolidated Audience / Audience Increase / Audience Increase %
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Ratings are provided by and copyright © OzTAM Pty Ltd 2011. "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).

OFFLINE   BJT #2

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Posted 14 December 2011 - 10:44 AM

Yes all the main channels are dropping off… people are heading for the multichannel!

OFFLINE   Johnson28 #3

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Posted 14 December 2011 - 11:05 AM

I think Seven's main channel share is incorrect??? Seven beat Nine in main channels but lost in combined shares.

OFFLINE   MillerT1 #4

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Posted 14 December 2011 - 11:39 AM

Yes all the main channels are dropping off… people are heading for the multichannel!


Multichannel figures aren't really that much different to normal. It's just that people are leaving the main channel and not watching TV at all, which gives the regular figures on the multichannels higher shares.

OFFLINE   J Bar #5

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Posted 14 December 2011 - 11:55 AM

The main channels need to lift their game. Having a non-ratings period is ridiculous these days. Why turn viewers away for eight weeks over summer and then work twice as hard to make them come back?
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OFFLINE   KICK-IT #6

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Posted 14 December 2011 - 01:01 PM

The main channels need to lift their game. Having a non-ratings period is ridiculous these days. Why turn viewers away for eight weeks over summer and then work twice as hard to make them come back?


Not really. People have different patterns in December and January. A lot of travel, nights out, family, Xmas parties, work events, late nights outside.... people have less time for and are interested less in TV - and the networks have taught them there is nothing on in the summer.

OFFLINE   J Bar #7

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Posted 14 December 2011 - 01:06 PM

and the networks have taught them there is nothing on in the summer.

That's exactly the problem. They've taught them to switch off and stay away and then beg them to come back at the end of January. We need to have ratings measured all year round like the UK do.

Edited by J Bar, 14 December 2011 - 01:06 PM.

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OFFLINE   MillerT1 #8

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Posted 14 December 2011 - 01:07 PM

The main channels need to lift their game. Having a non-ratings period is ridiculous these days. Why turn viewers away for eight weeks over summer and then work twice as hard to make them come back?


I think that the channels would have a more difficult job of keeping viewers interested in TV if Seven didn't have the Australian Open and if Nine didn't have the cricket. Ten always does okay when everything returns at the start of the year, but there is no doubt that if they had something over summer to keep viewers interested, they would have a much better shot.

You would think that with all the money that Seven have inevitably made over the last year, they would inject some of it into some quality summer programming, but no. Obviously, they want to save as much money as possible whilst still winning ratings weeks and just hope that they will return to the 30+% weekly wins that shows like MKR and Rafters would give them.

OFFLINE   KICK-IT #9

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Posted 14 December 2011 - 02:15 PM

We need to have ratings measured all year round like the UK do.


The ratings are measured 52 weeks a year.

But 10 weeks of summer are not counted to set advertising rates. That's all.

OFFLINE   J Bar #10

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Posted 14 December 2011 - 05:26 PM

But 10 weeks of summer are not counted to set advertising rates. That's all.

It's eight weeks in summer and two at Easter. What's the point of excluding them? They're all in the same boat at these times so what's the point of excluding them? It's just an excuse for them to show rubbish for ten weeks and have a bit of a bludge :tongue:.
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OFFLINE   Racer25 #11

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Posted 14 December 2011 - 06:07 PM

It's eight weeks in summer and two at Easter. What's the point of excluding them? They're all in the same boat at these times so what's the point of excluding them? It's just an excuse for them to show rubbish for ten weeks and have a bit of a bludge :tongue:.

Fairly sure advertisers set rates and when they are to be recorded, not the networks, unless I'm mistaken? If so, it would make perfect sense for them to give up.

OFFLINE   joshie_j #12

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Posted 14 December 2011 - 08:35 PM

Impressive numbers for The Closer and Yes Minister on Gem, which unfortunately seems to only really pick up during summer.

Unsurprisingly, Seven's 7pm episode of Megastructures is struggling even more than RSPCA did last week. Very strange choice for a typical 'light family viewing' slot on a main channel.

Good to see The Middle steady week on week, should be fit to screen on the main channel during ratings by the end of the year. Don't know why Nine took it off in the first place, if I remember correctly when it premiered two summers ago it was steady at around the 900k mark.

OFFLINE   Reuder7 #13

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Posted 14 December 2011 - 10:53 PM

Good to see The Middle steady week on week, should be fit to screen on the main channel during ratings by the end of the year. Don't know why Nine took it off in the first place, if I remember correctly when it premiered two summers ago it was steady at around the 900k mark.


So at 900k it sunk, but somehow on 600k it will fire during ratings...while we're at it let's try New Adventures of Old Christine again! :unsure:

OFFLINE   ryaneco #14

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Posted 15 December 2011 - 07:56 AM

The Middle - it's a good show but I think Nine should just leave it to Go! It's nice to have some original (and should be exclusive) content on the multichannels - The Middle does decent numbers on Go and I think it should just stay over there - I really like the show - it takes a bit to warm to it; but it is a good sitcom.