• Big Spartan Sunday for Edwina

    In a landscape of copycat formats, the obvious question facing Australian Spartan has got to be, how is this show not an Australian Ninja Warrior clone, and how will the audience react?
    Ninja Warrior began in Japan as Sasuke in 1997 before one of its adaptations, American Ninja Warrior hit NBC in 2009. To date there have been more than 20 different territorial versions, including the TV mega-hit for Nine in 2017.
    Marathon obstacle course event Spartan Race began in 2010 in Vermont by founder Jo
  • Brenda & Ron the sitcom?

    Amongst some of the more peculiar and sometimes mundane scenes of I’m a Celebrity Get Me Out of Here is the banter between Peter Rowsthorn and Fiona O’Loughlin’s alter egos “Brenda & Ron.”
    Acting up as a jaded marital couple, the chemistry between the two has not gone unnoticed by viewers, prompting some to wonder if there is a sitcom in the making? Many comedy ideas have begun as sketches, short films and slimmer starts than this.
    Rowsthorn, of course, is
  • Aussie TV on show at Berlin

    Picnic at Hanging Rock, Romper Stomper and Safe Harbour (pictured) are flying the Aussie flag at the 68th Berlin International Film Festival.
    This year there is no drama feature but Australian TV is well represented with one Australian feature-length documentary, five TV shows or web episodes and four short films. Four emerging Australian directors – all women – have been selected to participate in the Berlinale Talents program.
    The premiere of the Australian series "Picnic at
  • Airdate: Mute

    New Netflix sci-fi film Mute, from filmmaker Duncan Jones (Moon, Source Code, Warcraft) begins on Friday.
    It stars Alexander Skarsgård and features Paul Rudd and Justin Theroux.
    Berlin, the future, but close enough to feel familiar: In this loud, often brutal city, Leo (Alexander Skarsgård) – unable to speak from a childhood accident – searches for his missing girlfriend, the love of his life, his salvation, through dark streets, frenzied plazas, and the full spectrum of
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  • Airdate: Maigret in Montmartre

    The latest Rowan Atkinson detective telemovie, Maigret in Montmartre, screens tomorrow on BBC First.
    Joining him are Shaun Dingwall, Lucy Cohu, Kevin McNally, Tom Wlaschiha & Mia Jexen.
    This aired in the UK in December.
    Rowan Atkinson returns as legendary French detective Jules Maigret for this gripping crime story set in 1950s Paris.
    In Maigret in Montmartre, Maigret investigates the random murders of a Countess and a Showgirl and discovers a dark secret that links their past lives at
  • FOX Sports to screen Super W matches

    FOX Sports has announced a partnership with the inaugural Super W season, featuring five female clubs aligned to each of the Super Rugby franchises, plus a Western Force side.
    Wallaroo Mollie Gray said: “This is such an exciting time for women’s rugby – both the new competition and the fact that rugby fans will be able to watch every game on FOX Sports. Exposure is really important to grow the game and I can’t wait for the girls to show everyone what they can do on the f
  • Winter Olympics: Feb 21

    On Wednesday, Kailani Craine makes her Olympics debut in the Women’s figure skating, Greta Small takes on American superstar Lindsey Vonn in the Downhill Alpine Skiing, plus Anton Grimus in the Ski Cross and Men’s Snowboard Big Air makes it’s Olympic debut.
  • Timeshifted: Monday 12 February 2018

    Report:  
    Top 20 Consolidated 7 Programs
    Channels:
    All Free-to-Air
    Market: 
    5 City Metro (aggregate figure)
    Demographics: 
    Total People
    Day-part: 
    02:00 – 26:00
    Day:
    Monday
    Date:
    12/02/2018
    Deliverable:
    Consolidated 7 v Overnight
     
    Rank
    Description (grouped)
    Channel\Network
    Consolidated 7
    Overnight
    Increase
    000s
    1
    MY KITCHEN RULES – MON
    Seven Network
    1,259,000
    1,097,000
    162,000
    2
    MARRIED AT FIRST SIGHT -MON
    Nine
    1,247,000
    1,152,000
    95,000
    3
    SEVEN NEWS
    S
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  • Timeshifted: Sunday 11 February 2018

    Report:  
    Top 20 Consolidated 7 Programs
    Channels:
    All Free-to-Air
    Market: 
    5 City Metro (aggregate figure)
    Demographics: 
    Total People
    Day-part: 
    02:00 – 26:00
    Day:
    Sunday
    Date:
    11/02/2018
    Deliverable:
    Consolidated 7 v Overnight
     
    Rank
    Description (grouped)
    Channel\Network
    Consolidated 7
    Overnight
    Increase
    000s
    1
    MY KITCHEN RULES – SUN
    Seven Network
    1,299,000
    1,162,000
    137,000
    2
    MARRIED AT FIRST SIGHT -SUN
    Nine
    1,239,000
    1,164,000
    75,000
    3
    SEVEN NEWS &
  • Timeshifted: Saturday 10 February 2018

    Report:  
    Top 20 Consolidated 7 Programs
    Channels:
    All Free-to-Air
    Market: 
    5 City Metro (aggregate figure)
    Demographics: 
    Total People
    Day-part: 
    02:00 – 26:00
    Day:
    Saturday
    Date:
    10/02/2018
    Deliverable:
    Consolidated 7 v Overnight
     
    Rank
    Description (grouped)
    Channel\Network
    Consolidated 7
    Overnight
    Increase
    000s
    1
    SEVEN NEWS – SAT
    Seven Network
    893,000
    889,000
    4,000
    2
    TWENTY/20 – AUSTRALIA V ENGLAND GAME 3
    Nine
    876,000
    872,000
    4,000
    3
    DEATH IN P
  • Timeshifted: Friday 9 February 2018

     Report:  
    Top 20 Consolidated 7 Programs
    Channels:
    All Free-to-Air
    Market: 
    5 City Metro (aggregate figure)
    Demographics: 
    Total People
    Day-part: 
    02:00 – 26:00
    Day:
    Friday
    Date:
    09/02/2018
    Deliverable:
    Consolidated 7 v Overnight
     
    Rank
    Description (grouped)
    Channel\Network
    Consolidated 7
    Overnight
    Increase
    000s
    1
    PYEONGCHANG 2018 WINTER OLYMPIC GAMES: OPENING CEREMONY
    Seven Network
    1,028,000
    983,000
    45,000
    2
    SEVEN NEWS
    Seven Network
    895,000
    888,000
    7,00
  • Seven returns to profit, further cuts to come.

    Seven West Media has posted a half-year profit of $100.7 million but suspended dividends in a move designed to pay down its debt and take part in media mergers.
    In its interim financial results for half year ended 30 December, the company reported earnings of between $220 million and $240 million, despite revenue in the last six months of 2017 dropping 10.4 per cent to $809 million. Operating expenses fell 13.8 per cent in the period and net debt was reduced to $711 million.
    Seven flagged a fur
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  • Matt Nable joins FOX League line-up for 2018

    Actor Matt Nable (Barracuda, Hide & Seek) is turning his hand to sports commentary as part of FOX League’s 2018 line-up.
    He will provide Live NRL game commentary and feature in Sunday Night with Matty Johns, as the face of FOX League feature stories.
    FOX League today launched its 2018 season at an event at Pier 2, Walsh Bay, Sydney.
    Four new shows were announced, The Big League Wrap with Yvonne Sampson, Mick Ennis, James Hooper and with regular appearances from Roosters recruit Cooper
  • Nadine Garner: Doctor Blake set was joyous, fun.

    Nadine Garner has defended Doctor Blake Mysteries co-star Craig McLachlan, describing the atmosphere on set as “the most joyous time I’ve ever had on a film set.”
    Appearing this morning on News Breakfast, she was asked whether news reports reflected “the Craig McLachlan you know?”
    “Not on our show, certainly not,” she replied. “We had an investigation into series five of The Doctor Blake Mysteries to clear the name of the show and the brand and of
  • Seven, Southern Cross renew regional deal.

    Seven West Media and Southern Cross Austereo have extended their regional television affiliationagreement for Tasmania, Darwin, Spencer Gulf, Broken Hill, Central & Eastern Australia andMt Isa.
    The agreement will see SCA continue to broadcast Seven for another three years with an option for each party to extend for a further fourth year.
    SCA, which will continue to produce its local news bulletin, will pay Seven an affiliation fee of 50 per cent of its television revenue.
    SWM CEO Tim W
  • Airdate: Adel Karam: Live from Beirut

    Netflix will launch its first local production from the Middle East, comedy special Adel Karam: Live from Beirut, globally next week.
    The streaming giant this week announced it has signed an agreement with Dubai-based pay-TV OSN for subscribers to access Netflix content across the Middle East & North Africa.
    In this special, where Adel goes back to his hometown to appear at Beirut’s renowned Casino du Liban for the first time, he will tackle everything from relationships to socia
  • Winter Olympics: Feb 20

    Today in PyeongChang, Deanna Lockett and Andy Jung headline the speed skating action tonight, plus the Ice Dancing final and the USA in knockout Ice Hockey match v Slovakia.
  • Shane Delia’s Recipe for Life: update

    SBS has yanked this week’s episode of Shane Delia’s Recipe for Life in favour of more trains.
    It will now screen two episodes of Great British Railway Journeys at 7:30pm.
    But Shane Delia resumes in the 8pm timeslot on Thursday next week for his final episode, which pushes back a Luke Nguyen series as a result.
    The move appears to be to favour the second episode of Muslims Like Us at 8:30pm, by giving it a bigger lead-in via Michael Portillo.
  • Passionate Q&A speech a highlight on Monday

    Another day, another Reality TV face-off as Married at First Sight tops My Kitchen Rules by a cool 180,000 viewers.
    MAFS won with 1.3 over MKR‘s 1.12m and again topped the demos. That left I’m a Celebrity Get Me Out of Here in fourth place on 534,000 as the Oldfields entered the jungle.
    The Winter Olympics averaged 755,000 viewers, down from 922,000 last Monday but enough to defeat Travel Guides, Four Corners and Law & Order: SVU.
    Speech of the
  • Monday 19 February 2018

    Report:  
    Daily Free-to-Air Share
    Channels:
    All Free-to-Air Channels
    Market: 
    5 City Metro (aggregate figure)Demographics: 
    Total People
    Day-part: 
    18:00 – 24:00
    Day:
    Monday
    Deliverable:
    Overnight, Consolidated 7 and Consolidated 28Channel
    Overnight
    Consolidated 7
    Consolidated 28
    19/02/2018
    12/02/2018
    22/01/2018
    ABC
    12.0%
    10.6%
    9.6%
    ABC2
    2.2%
    1.9%
    3.3%
    ABC ME
    0.6%
    0.6%
    0.8%
    ABC NEWS
    1.0%
    0.9%
    0.9%
    ABC Network
    15.8%
    14.0%
    14.7%
    Seven
    24.8%
    26.5%
    23.8%
    7TWO
    3.5%
    3.5
  • The Resident

    Does TV have room for another hospital series, particularly one with a genius genius doctor on the same network? And just what is The Resident‘s point of difference in an already-crowded genre?
    These were the questions uppermost in my mind as I watched the first episode of the US drama starting next week on Seven.
    Matt Czuchry (The Good Wife) is the star of this new show -despite what local promos may suggest- as senior resident doctor Conrad Hawkins. At Atlanta’s teaching hosp
  • First photo of The Cry

    Filming of BBC-ABC psychological drama The Cry is currently underway in Melbourne, according to Variety.
    Jenna Coleman & Ewen Leslie star young parents travelling from Scotland to Australia to visit family and fight for custody of the husband’s daughter against his Australian ex-wife. But when they arrive they face a tragedy that changes their lives and marriage.
    The series from writer Jacquelin Perske and director Glendyn Ivin also features Asher Keddie & Stella Gonet.
  • Murray Gold departs as Doctor Who composer

    Doctor Who composer Murray Gold is leaving the series after 13 years.
    At the Gallifrey One convention in LA he confirmed he will not be back for series 11. There have been rumours of his exit since November.
    The reasons for his departure are not clear, although there is speculation new showrunner Chris Chibnall wants to bring in a lot of his own team behind the scenes.
    Murray Gold’s last episode will stand as the Christmas special, Twice Upon A Time.
    It’s unknown who will be taking
  • New Attenborough series, Dynasty, announced.

    BBC Natural History Unit has announced a new 5 part series, presented by Sir David Attenborough to be co-produced with BBC America and France Télévisions.
    With the working title Dynasty, each episode follows individual animals – lions, hunting dogs, chimpanzees, tigers, and emperor penguins – at the most critical period in their lives. Each is a ruler – a leader of their family, their troop, their pride – each determined to hold on to power and protect thei
  • Barnaby & Malcolm, Married at First Sight….

    #MAFS #MalcolmTurnbull and #BarnabyJoyce edition #auspol #bonkban #BarnabyGate #MAFSAU pic.twitter.com/jgg8olvL0C
    — Andrew Fyfe (@Fyfetoons) February 19, 2018A brilliant synergy from cartoonist Andrew Fyfe, fusing politics and entertainment.
  • Dateline: Feb 20

    Tonight’s Dateline story “From Manus Island to Missouri” explores the effects of Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull’s refugee swap deal with former US President Barack Obama – a deal labelled “rotten” by current President Donald Trump.
    With the Manus Island processing centre shut down and 135 refugees arriving in the US to date, Dateline reporter Dean Cornish looks at the swap deal and what it means for the refugees involved.
    He speaks to Abdul-Azzi Tirab
  • Hughesy, We Have a Problem: Feb 20

    Guests tonight on Hughesy, We Have a Problem are Dave Thornton, Susie Youssef, Anthony “Lehmo” Lehman, Fiona O’Loughlin and ex-Bachelor Matty J.
    This episode, Hughesy is joined by some of the biggest names in Australian comedy in order to solve the nation’s problems: Dave Thornton, Susie Youssef, The Project’s Anthony “Lehmo” Lehman and I’m A Celebrity…Get Me Out Of Here!’s Fiona O’Loughlin.
    Problems to dissect this week include
  • Airdate: Corporate

    New US comedy Corporate begins this week on the Comedy channel.
    The series features Matt Ingebretson, Jake Weisman, Anne Dudek, Adam Lustick, Aparna Nancherla and Lance Reddick and has been well-received.
    It debuted in the US in January.
    Hampton DeVille is a massive, soulless conglomerate that sinks its rapacious claws into everything from arming clandestine wars to exploiting protesters. This is a comedy about working there.
    Thursdays from February 22 at 8.30pm on Comedy.
  • Marvel’s Runaways

    A group of high school students join forces when they discover that their parents are evil. 8:30pm Tuesday on FOX8.The Checkout
    The Miniaturist
    Hughesy, We Have a Problem
    Who Do You Think You Are?
    Catalyst
  • Geoffrey Rush vs Daily Tele case returns to court

    The defamation case between actor Geoffrey Rush and the Daily Telegraph was back in the Federal Court today.
    Rush is suing over articles published in November & December, surrounding a performance of King Lear at the Sydney Theatre Company.
    The hearing held in Sydney is in relation to a subpoena by publisher Nationwide News Pty Ltd to the Sydney Theatre Company to obtain access to a file detailing the complaint.
    Rush’s legal team argued earlier this month that publishing such details
  • Airdate: 2018 BRIT Awards

    The BRIT Awards 2018 will be fast-tracked to UK on Thursday, hosted by Jack Whitehall.
    Performers include Dua Lipa, Ed Sheeran, Foo Fighters, Justin Timberlake, Rag’n’Bone Man and Jorja Smith, Rita Ora, Sam Smith and Stormzy.
    If we can be sure of one thing, it’s that when it comes to the BRIT Awards – Britain’s star-studded music celebration – anything can happen. From glorious fashion hits and misses, to onstage rivalries and outrageous on-stage antics, the
  • Returning: Hollywood Medium with Tyler Henry

    It’s not just Jackie Gillies channelling the famous from beyond….
    The third season of Hollywood Medium with Tyler Henry will air on hayu on Thursday 1st March, same day as the US.
    It will also screen on E! on March 5th.
    This season, Tyler helps Jim Parsons connect with his deceased father, provides Kristin Cavallari with revelations from beyond about her brother’s death, reunites Teresa Giudice with her late mother, and connects La Toya Jackson with her brother, pop legend Mi
  • Sara-Marie visits Studio 10

    💥ALERT ALERT ALERT ALERT💥
    It’s 2018 and Sara Marie is doing the bum dance on Studio 10 pic.twitter.com/8TbjVkhD60
    — Hunter Smith (@MrHunterSmith) February 19, 2018Original Big Brother star Sara-Marie Fedele returned to TEN today as a guest of Studio 10.
    She told panelists she created the ‘bum dance’ as a way of signalling to her sisters that she was happy and ok.
    Fedele did very nicely after the ground-breaking show after being signed by Harry M. Miller.
    V
  • Report: Seven & Nine offer 50c each for TEN share in TX Australia

    Network TEN is locked in a legal battle with Seven & Nine over its share of transmission operation TX Australia.
    TX Australia is a joint venture of the three networks to broadcast signal around the country.
    The Australian Financial Review reports that under the shareholders’ agreement, a partner going into administration can trigger the other members buying it out.
    Sources said TX Australia, encouraged by Seven, brought in PwC to value the business, coming up with a number of scenario
  • Blue Bloods: update

    Blue Bloods fans were just a tad confused last week when a repeat episode screened instead of a new episode.
    A TEN spokesperson told TV Tonight, “The original schedule was a double episode of Blue Bloods (S8, Ep2 followed by S7, Ep12) however there was a late change last Thursday with programming.
    “Blue Bloods S8, Ep2 will be aired this coming Thursday night at 10pm AEDT followed by Blue Bloods S7, Ep13 at 11pm AEDT.”
    tenplay has now pulled S8E2 online until it screens this we
  • Ashleigh Gillon leaves politician struggling to spin

    Minister for Veterans' Affairs @M_McCormackMP: This has been unfortunate, but there is no spill, there is no vacancy, @Barnaby_Joyce will continue to be the leader as long as he gets the support of @The_Nationals party.
    MORE: https://t.co/WOGIaWN1R0 #SkyLiveNow pic.twitter.com/BNHxlLB44q
    — Sky News Australia (@SkyNewsAust) February 19, 2018SKY News political reporter Ashleigh Gillon elicits some first rate spin from Michael McCormack, from the Nationals Party, about ‘support’ f
  • Annie Jones returns to Neighbours

    Actress Annie Jones has been filming a Neighbours return some 29 years after she departed.
    Jones played “Plain Jane Superbrain” Harris from 1986 to 1989 who would become friends with Charlene Mitchell (Kylie Minogue), Scott Robinson (Jason Donovan) and boyfriend Mike Young (Guy Pearce). She went on to win a Silver Logie for Most Popular Actress and made brief appearances for the 20th and 30th anniversary specials.
    “I was absolutely thrilled to be asked to return to Neighbours.
  • Airdate: The Resident

    New US drama The Resident will debut on Seven next Monday night.
    The series is described as is “a powerful new medical show focusing on a young doctor’s final years of training that rips back the curtain to reveal the truth of what really happens, both good and bad, in hospitals across the country.”
    It stars Matt Czuchry (The Good Wife), Manish Dayal (Halt and Catch Fire), Emily VanCamp (Revenge), Moran Atias (24: Legacy), Merrin Dungey (Big Little Lies), Shaunette René
  • Logie Awards brings back Live voting for Gold Coast

    TV Week will re-introduce Live voting for the 60th Logie Awards, expanding it for the 10 Most Popular awards – including the Gold Logie.
    Sunday July 1st will be TV’s “night of nights” this year with the annual event held at The Star, Gold Coast.
    Voting will open on Monday March 5 at www.tvweeklogieawards.com.au and close on Sunday April 1st.
    A shortlist of nominees will be announced on Sunday, May 27.
    Live voting for the 10 Most Popular awards will reopen on Friday, June
  • Married at First Sight affair tops Sunday

    Lies and cheating on Married at First Sight ensured Nine’s reality show topped Sunday night viewing with 1.35m viewers.
    The fallout of a Dean, Tracey and Davina triangle delivered a season high for Nine and a win in the demos, ahead of My Kitchen Rules at 1.14m -down slightly on last Sunday’s 1.16m.
    That left I’m a Celebrity Get Me Out of Here with 618,000 viewers for the ‘elimination’ of Kerry Armstrong but 544,000 for the bulk of the show, alb
  • Sunday 18 February 2018

    Report:  
    Daily Free-to-Air Share
    Channels:
    All Free-to-Air Channels
    Market: 
    5 City Metro (aggregate figure)Demographics: 
    Total People
    Day-part: 
    18:00 – 24:00
    Day:
    Sunday
    Deliverable:
    Overnight, Consolidated 7 and Consolidated 28Channel
    Overnight
    Consolidated 7
    Consolidated 28
    18/02/2018
    11/02/2018
    21/01/2018
    ABC
    12.3%
    12.1%
    9.2%
    ABC2
    1.8%
    1.8%
    2.3%
    ABC ME
    0.6%
    0.5%
    0.8%
    ABC NEWS
    0.9%
    0.7%
    0.8%
    ABC Network
    15.6%
    15.2%
    13.1%
    Seven
    27.2%
    27.7%
    31.4%
    7TWO
    2.7%
    2.3
  • SBS pushes for local quota

    SBS is seeking local content quotas and wants the ability to “second window” titles that attract government funding on Subscription TV such as Wentworth and No Activity.
    In its submission to the Environment and Communications References Committee last month, SBS called for a 30% primetime Australian content on its primary channel, to deliver more Charter-aliqned content to audiences.
    It follows the 2012 Convergence Review noting that public broadcasters have a mission to support Aus
  • Record start to ratings year for Seven

    The combo of My Kitchen Rules and the Winter Olympics has helped Seven claim the biggest opening week to a ratings year on record.
    Seven scored a whopping 39.8 share, light years in front of Nine’s 25.8 share.
    Angus Ross, Seven’s Director of Programming, said, “To win every night, every market, every demo with 40+ share is a roaring start to the year.
    “Full credit for these extraordinary results should go to our production teams on the entertainment shows,
  • Kerry Armstrong out as Oldfields ready for jungle rumble

    Actress Kerry Armstrong is the second cast member to have been publicly ‘eliminated’ from I’m a Celebrity Get Me Out of Here.
    The former Seachange & Prisoner star said she despite 3 weeks of extreme challenges and a hungry appetite she learned new things about herself and her cast mates.
    “When you’re an actor you disappear into other people, instead of being you,” she said.
    “On set I always clown because you have to be dead on and serious.
  • Erin Molan recovers after fall

    Nine presenter Erin Molan has recovered after a fall on Friday at Nine saw her taken to Royal North Shore Hospital.
    Molan, who is expecting her first child in July, said her fall was the result of low blood pressure, and confirmed both she and he expectant child have been given the all clear.
    “I’m 100 percent healthy and baby is 100 percent healthy,” Molan said.
    “Early morning flight and a bit of low blood pressure — it’s very common in pregnancy,” she
  • Airdate: Australian Spartan

    Seven is playing a programming wildcard with Australian Spartan set to begin at 7pm on Sunday night.
    The move is months ahead of plans revealed to advertisers at Seven Upfronts last October and Angus Ross indicating “…the Commonwealth Games would certainly be a pretty smart launch pad for a show like that.”
    The move is clearly designed to pre-empt Australian Ninja Warrior and capitalise on viewing numbers out of the Winter Olympics.
    Whilst Seven is yet to
  • Australian Story: Feb 19

    Tonight Australian Story profiles dancers Steven McRae and Alexander Campbell who both perform for the Royal Ballet in London.
    This episode is introduced by Li Cunxin, artistic director of the Queensland Ballet, who wrote “Mao’s Last Dancer.”
    From humble beginnings in Western Sydney to London’s Covent Garden, two Australian men have beaten the odds and leapt to the pinnacle of world ballet.
    Steven McRae, 32, and Alexander Campbell, 31, have been competing against each ot
  • Axed: Disjointed

    Kathy Bates’ pot sitcom Disjointed has been axed by Netflix after 1 season of 20 episodes.
    Produced by Chuck Lorre, the series starred Bates as the head of an L.A.-based weed dispensary. The cast also featured Aussie Dougie Baldwin (Nowhere Boys, Upper Middle Bogan).
    Reviews for the series were disappointing with a 23% rating on Rotten Tomatoes.
    The series first debuted last August and concluded in January.
    Source: AV Club
  • Winter Olympics: Feb 19

    On Monday’s Winter Olympics are snowboarder Jess Rich, bobsledders David Mari & Lucas Mati, while Speed Skater Daniel Greig flies the flag for Australia in a bid for medal.
  • Saturday 17 February 2018

    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:
    Saturday
     
     
    Deliverable:
    Overnight and Consolidated
     
     
     
     
     
     
    Overnight
    Consolidated 7
    Consolidated 28
    Channel\Date
    17/02/2018
    10/02/2018
    20/01/2018
    ABC
    12.7%
    14.3%
    12.0%
    ABC2
    2.6%
    2.3%

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