With the Australian Open underway this week in Melbourne, the Seven Network has been trumpeting ‘digital record’ views for its new online streaming service 7Tennis.
Seven wins the ratings year again, but the margin is narrowingNews, Ratings
The 2015 ratings year concluded over the weekend with the Seven Network taking the title of the most viewed network for Total People for the ninth consecutive year in a row, but the margin is narrowing
3.644 Million Viewers tune in as QLD wins game one. #OriginSport
The 2015 State of Origin Game 1 is now the highest rating show on Australian television for 2015, followed by the ICC Cricket World Cup final also broadcast on Nine.
ABC ends the 2014 ratings year in third place againNews
ABC iview is the number one TV streaming service in Australia with more than 20 million plays per month. Weekly program plays have increased by 29% compared to last year.
Sport once again dominates The Top 100 Shows of 2014News
With the 2014 ratings year now concluded, the Nine Network boasts three of the highest rating programs of the year.
4.650 Million watch NRL Grand Final on Nine #nrlSport
Last night’s NRL GRAND FINAL between the South Sydney Rabbitohs and the Canterbury Bulldogs was the highest rating NRL game ever. It secured a 5 City average audience of 2.597 million, with a peak of 3.098 million viewers.
A further 1.354 million regional viewers tuned in to the match (peaking at 1.552 million), giving a combined 5 City/regional average audience of 3.951 million and a massive national peak audience of 4.650 million.
In Sydney the game had an audience of 1.13m viewers, while in Brisbane 584,000 watched. Even in the AFL stronghold of Melbourne 475,000 viewers tuned in.
By comparison last weeks AFL Grand Final averaged a combined 3.718m viewers including regional areas, and peaked at 4.251m viewers.
4 Million Australians watch the AFL Grand Final on Seven #aflgf #aflNews
Over 4 million Australians watched the Hawks claim back-to-back premierships on Channel 7 in a convincing 63-point win over Sydney.
3.886 Million tune in for State of Origin Game 3Sport
State of Origin Rugby League Game 3 match was the No.1 program of the night across all key demos securing a peak of 2.410 million and averaging 2.141 million total viewers across the 5 City Metro.
The National (5 City Metro and Regional) audience for the State of Origin Rugby League Game 3 match saw the peak grow to 3.886 million and the average to 3.379 million viewers.
The Pre-Match was the night’s second most-watched program attracting a peak of 1.903 million and averaging 1.424 million total viewers across the 5 City Metro.
In Sydney, an average of 951,000 viewers watched the game on Channel Nine, with a peak of 1.061 million. It was the number one program for Total People and all key demographics: 25-54, 18-49 and 16-39. Game Three gave the Nine Network in Sydney a massive free-to-air audience share with Total People (50.6%), 25-54 (53.8%), 18-49 (54.9%) and 16-39 (57.9%) demographics all switching on to the coverage.
In Brisbane, an average audience of 742,000 watched the game, with a peak of 808,408. The Nine Network in Brisbane had an impressive free-to-air share last night with the Total People (54.7%), 25-54 (55.7%), 18-49 (58.8%) and 16-39 (59.4%) demographics.
In Melbourne, an average audience of 306,000 viewers watched for Total People, with a peak of 374,556. The Nine Network in Melbourne achieved a free-to-air share last night with the Total People (28.3%), 25-54 (29.4%), 18-49 (30.9%) and 16-39 (33.8%) demographics.
The Nine Network was No.1 on Wednesday night with People 25-54 (41.8%), 18-49 (43.2%), 16-39 (45.5%) and Total People (39.6%) across the 5 City Metro.
Ratings: Brazil and Chile commence the 'Round Of 16' on SBS #theworldcupSport
When host nation Brazil took on Chile in Belo Horizonte, the game was taken into extra time after a 1-1 draw.
Day 9 TV Ratings for the FIFA World Cup on SBS. #SBSWorldCupSport
Day nine clashes of the 2014 FIFA World Cup saw Italy vs. Costa Rica, Switzerland vs. France and Honduras vs. Ecuador.