Tuesday 30 April 2013

By David Knox on May 1, 2013 / Filed Under Ratings 17
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:
Tuesday
Date: 30/04/2013
Deliverable: Overnight

Channel\Variable

FTA SHR %

Network ABC1

12.1%

Network ABC2

2.6%

Network ABC3

0.6%

Network ABC News 24

0.7%

Network ABC TTL

15.9%

Network 7

21.7%

Network 7TWO

3.3%

Network 7mate

2.5%

Network 7 TTL

27.6%

Network 9

28.8%

Network GO!

3.7%

Network Gem

2.3%

Network 9 TTL

34.8%

Network TEN

12.6%

Network ONE

1.7%

Network ELEVEN

2.1%

Network TEN TTL

16.4%

Network SBS ONE

4.3%

Network SBS TWO

0.9%

Network NITV

0.1%

Network SBS TTL

5.3%

 

Report:  Top 20 Programs
Channels: All Free-to-Air
Market: 5 City Metro (aggregate figure), Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide & Perth
Demographics: Total People
Day-part: 02:00 – 26:00
Day:
Tuesday
Date: 30/04/2013
Deliverable: Overnight

Rank

Description (grouped) Channel\Market

(r) 5 City Metro

Sydney

Melbourne

Brisbane

Adelaide

Perth

1

THE VOICE -TUE Network 9

2,024,000

598,000

711,000

360,000

183,000

172,000

2

SEVEN NEWS Network 7

1,269,000

279,000

367,000

298,000

121,000

203,000

3

NINE NEWS Network 9

1,267,000

359,000

430,000

278,000

95,000

104,000

4

TODAY TONIGHT Network 7

1,154,000

264,000

338,000

251,000

126,000

176,000

5

PACKED TO THE RAFTERS Network 7

1,081,000

298,000

351,000

171,000

138,000

124,000

6

CELEBRITY SPLASH-TUE Network 7

1,045,000

262,000

284,000

212,000

142,000

146,000

7

A CURRENT AFFAIR Network 9

1,034,000

283,000

367,000

215,000

83,000

86,000

8

ABC NEWS-EV Network ABC1

956,000

255,000

307,000

150,000

114,000

130,000

9

HOME AND AWAY Network 7

894,000

232,000

238,000

210,000

106,000

109,000

10

THE CELEBRITY APPRENTICE -TUE CHALLENGE Network 9

866,000

286,000

266,000

174,000

74,000

65,000

11

THE CELEBRITY APPRENTICE -TUE BOARDROOM Network 9

808,000

273,000

254,000

161,000

79,000

42,000

12

NCIS Network TEN

731,000

180,000

213,000

174,000

67,000

97,000

13

NEW TRICKS RPT Network ABC1

711,000

178,000

198,000

138,000

90,000

107,000

14

TEN NEWS AT FIVE Network TEN

710,000

174,000

234,000

97,000

84,000

120,000

15

7.30-EV Network ABC1

705,000

176,000

205,000

136,000

81,000

108,000

16

HOT SEAT Network 9

677,000

184,000

202,000

194,000

40,000

57,000

17

FOREIGN CORRESPONDENT-EV Network ABC1

642,000

164,000

204,000

112,000

84,000

79,000

18

ABC NEWS UPDATE-EV Network ABC1

641,000

172,000

196,000

116,000

76,000

81,000

19

NCIS: LOS ANGELES Network TEN

592,000

148,000

168,000

119,000

63,000

95,000

20

THE BIGGEST LOSER NEXT GEN TUES Network TEN

539,000

164,000

144,000

102,000

51,000

77,000

 

Report:  Top 20 Programs
Channels: All free-to-air Digital Multi Channels
Market: 5 City Metro (aggregate figure), Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide & Perth
Demographics: Total People
Day-part: 02:00 – 26:00
Day:
Tuesday
Date: 30/04/2013
Deliverable: Overnight

Rank

Description (grouped) Channel\Market

(r) 5 City Metro

Sydney

Melbourne

Brisbane

Adelaide

Perth

1

NEIGHBOURS Network ELEVEN

311,000

65,000

96,000

50,000

50,000

50,000

2

LITTLE PRINCESS-PM Network ABC2

270,000

66,000

70,000

76,000

20,000

38,000

3

PEPPA PIG-PM Network ABC2

268,000

64,000

79,000

73,000

22,000

31,000

4

OCTONAUTS-PM Network ABC2

265,000

71,000

63,000

74,000

22,000

35,000

5

SHAUN THE SHEEP-PM Network ABC2

264,000

82,000

64,000

73,000

20,000

24,000

6

BANANAS IN PYJAMAS-PM Network ABC2

256,000

66,000

68,000

73,000

31,000

18,000

7

THE BIG BANG THEORY -EV Network GO!

250,000

68,000

58,000

63,000

26,000

36,000

8

HUMF-EV Network ABC2

236,000

65,000

77,000

58,000

23,000

14,000

9

STORYTREE-EV Network ABC2

235,000

67,000

81,000

58,000

21,000

8,000

10

GIGGLE ART-PM Network ABC2

235,000

50,000

70,000

59,000

20,000

36,000

11

GUESS HOW MUCH I LOVE YOU-EV Network ABC2

231,000

58,000

75,000

61,000

24,000

12,000

12

IN THE NIGHT GARDEN-EV Network ABC2

209,000

62,000

55,000

49,000

25,000

19,000

13

GIGGLE AND HOOT-EV Network ABC2

209,000

56,000

64,000

51,000

24,000

14,000

14

PLAY SCHOOL-PM Network ABC2

207,000

50,000

78,000

33,000

19,000

26,000

15

BANANAS IN PYJAMAS-AM Network ABC2

206,000

70,000

58,000

39,000

22,000

16,000

16

FIREMAN SAM-AM Network ABC2

199,000

74,000

58,000

39,000

18,000

9,000

17

HIGHWAY PATROL (R) Network 7TWO

195,000

44,000

75,000

34,000

18,000

23,000

18

LITTLE CHARLEY BEAR-AM Network ABC2

190,000

70,000

59,000

24,000

25,000

13,000

19

LITTLE TED’S BIG ADVENTURE-AM Network ABC2

181,000

83,000

49,000

14,000

24,000

12,000

20

MOTORWAY PATROL (R) Network 7TWO

180,000

40,000

61,000

37,000

17,000

25,000

 

Free to Air: 25-54 demographics (Overnight)

Rank

Description (grouped) Channel\Market

(r) 5 City Metro

Sydney

Melbourne

Brisbane

Adelaide

Perth

1

THE VOICE -TUE Network 9

989,000

272,000

367,000

175,000

77,000

97,000

2

PACKED TO THE RAFTERS Network 7

539,000

164,000

162,000

78,000

54,000

81,000

3

CELEBRITY SPLASH-TUE Network 7

506,000

135,000

133,000

104,000

54,000

80,000

4

THE CELEBRITY APPRENTICE -TUE CHALLENGE Network 9

489,000

157,000

146,000

107,000

42,000

38,000

5

NINE NEWS Network 9

477,000

152,000

134,000

111,000

34,000

46,000

 

Free to Air: 18-49 demographics (Overnight)

Rank

Description (grouped) Channel\Market

(r) 5 City Metro

Sydney

Melbourne

Brisbane

Adelaide

Perth

1

THE VOICE -TUE Network 9

955,000

271,000

351,000

168,000

77,000

87,000

2

THE CELEBRITY APPRENTICE -TUE CHALLENGE Network 9

504,000

162,000

161,000

111,000

38,000

32,000

3

PACKED TO THE RAFTERS Network 7

488,000

139,000

144,000

73,000

53,000

79,000

4

THE CELEBRITY APPRENTICE -TUE BOARDROOM Network 9

478,000

158,000

153,000

113,000

37,000

17,000

5

CELEBRITY SPLASH-TUE Network 7

468,000

125,000

113,000

105,000

53,000

73,000

 

Free to Air: 16-39 demographics (Overnight)

Rank

Description (grouped) Channel\Market

(r) 5 City Metro

Sydney

Melbourne

Brisbane

Adelaide

Perth

1

THE VOICE -TUE Network 9

605,000

189,000

212,000

96,000

47,000

61,000

2

PACKED TO THE RAFTERS Network 7

352,000

102,000

112,000

47,000

37,000

55,000

3

CELEBRITY SPLASH-TUE Network 7

332,000

88,000

81,000

75,000

35,000

53,000

4

THE CELEBRITY APPRENTICE -TUE CHALLENGE Network 9

322,000

106,000

106,000

67,000

21,000

23,000

5

THE CELEBRITY APPRENTICE -TUE BOARDROOM Network 9

289,000

94,000

97,000

68,000

20,000

10,000

 

Report:  Top 20 Programs
Channels: National STV
Market: National STV
Demographics: Total People
Day-part: 02:00 – 26:00
Day: Tuesday
Date:
30/04/2013
Deliverable: Overnight

Rank

Description Channel\Market

(r) National STV

1

THE SIMPSONS FOX8

83,000

2

LIVE: AFL 360 FOX FOOTY

80,000

3

FAMILY GUY FOX8

76,000

4

THE SIMPSONS FOX8

70,000

5

FUTURAMA FOX8

66,000

6

PAUL MURRAY LIVE SKY NEWS

62,000

7

CORONATION STREET UKTV

53,000

8

SELLING HOUSES AUSTRALIA EXTREME LifeStyle Channel

53,000

9

EASTENDERS UKTV

52,000

10

GAME OF THRONES showcase

47,000

11

LAW & ORDER: CRIMINAL INTENT TV1

47,000

12

THE GRAHAM NORTON SHOW UKTV

47,000

13

ADVENTURE TIME Cartoon Network

45,000

14

THE REAL HOUSEWIVES OF OC ARENA

43,000

15

STORAGE WARS A&E

41,000

16

LIVE: THE BACK PAGE FOX SPORTS 1

40,000

17

REGULAR SHOW Cartoon Network

40,000

18

AFL INSIDER FOX FOOTY

40,000

19

THE AMAZING WORLD OF GUMBALL Cartoon Network

40,000

20

SEINFELD TV1

39,000

 

© OzTAM Pty Limited 2013. The Data may not be reproduced, published or communicated (electronically or in hard copy) without the prior written consent of OzTAM. Program performance and ranking information subject to change when not based on final program logs. Ranking information is for individual episodes.

17 Comments »

  1. methix May 2, 2013 at 10:18 am -

    @JB

    Maybe people watch it because it is a entertaining show, There are many Australia artists who never make it like the people who came out of the voice did , i dont even like the type of music they sing on that show yet i still watch it so that says something and i watch it because it is entertaining , the judges are hilarious and awsome , it has good suspense and most of the people on the show are half decent singers and you watch it to see if the one you like wins and also not to mention it has ” delta goodrem”.

  2. JB May 1, 2013 at 6:10 pm -

    @methix i check the ARIA charts each week. Karise Eden’s “stay with me baby” debuted at #1, a week later it was out of the top 50. The biggest drop from #1 in history and the first #1 to not make the end of year top 100 chart. Reece Mastin joined that list the same year.
    2xPlatinum is 140,000 albums sold. 4 million watched the finale. I don’t expect 4 million to buy, but the shows meant to be about music, and people don’t buy the music.
    Karise Eden has had 8 singles in the top 50. The longest stay was 4 weeks in the chart.

    My mum watches The Voice. I asked if she would buy the music, without hesitation she said no. I don’t understand why people invest their time watching if it’s not for the music.

  3. methix May 1, 2013 at 5:08 pm -

    @JB , I think you are someone who doesnt actually check if the artist sell there music after the show finishes , if you did and if you also checked the ARIA charts , you would no after singers perform on the show there songs are in the top singles in Aria charts , The winner from last years voice sold 2xplatinum on her album which is 140,000units + , And second people watch it cause it is a good show. Which is why it is #1 atm.

  4. mycreations May 1, 2013 at 1:52 pm -

    I was just reading an article and it said nine was happy with Celebrity Apprentice’s figures last night considering the late start but I think next week when it’s on earlier it may rate a bit better. I enjoyed it anyways.

  5. Jason May 1, 2013 at 1:36 pm -

    “ABC2 – Mummy’s free babysitter”. Has been referred to as that since it started.

  6. nik c May 1, 2013 at 1:17 pm -

    @ David. I had to laugh!
    I think splitting numbers is generally poor form. I know peak audiences are appreciated by Networks as a spike figure and help promote shows and advertising.
    During non finals is even worse, poor David, let alone baby Jesus!

  7. David Knox May 1, 2013 at 1:16 pm -

    Not only you that is frustrated by the methodology.

  8. DansDans May 1, 2013 at 1:09 pm -

    @nick – oh yes I remember your comment and I appreciate the work David does here as well, this site is a morning staple for me with my coffee (I havent commented in a while since David changed the format to registration only) – it was more feedback to go to OzTam to highlight how in-effectual these multichannel ratings are

  9. wwenrl May 1, 2013 at 11:33 am -

    I don’t know what you guys are talking about, but i thought Celebrity Apprentice rated pretty good for a 9:00pm start to a 10:30pm finish! But yes it did drop a lot from The Voice, and it will drop even more next week, but it’s still pretty good for now.

  10. nicks May 1, 2013 at 11:20 am -

    @DanDans…I brought up the same point a while ago..suggested maybe establishing a 6pm to midnight time frame for the numbers,but David said he could only relay what oztam gives him.And for the incredible amount of time and work he puts into giving us the figures he does,I can certainly accept that.

  11. Chris B May 1, 2013 at 10:52 am -

    The Voice is a well produced, cleverly targeted piece of television. But, it’s a reality show designed only for ratings. It is not about discovering and developing artists. Tom Waterhouse might have some odds on whether the makers of The Voice actually care if anyone succeeds. 100-1? Ratings and share rule. Why else do Networks squeeze the life out of The Voice, MKR, Celebrity Splash, Celebrity Apprentice, Last D-List Celebrity Standing and split episodes etc? TV is a business and right now 7 and 9 are getting very satisfying early evening numbers. They might be speeding up the demise of FTA in the process, but they will remain driven by overnight ratings. So, yes a they are a business, but a very shortsighted one.

  12. David Knox May 1, 2013 at 10:28 am -

    Splitting numbers in a non-final makes baby Jesus cry.

  13. Mr. J May 1, 2013 at 10:22 am -

    The ABC2 shows are mostly 15 minutes long, ABC2 should really code them as blocks of shows, like how the commercial networks code Saturday Disney, kids WB, and toasted tv.

    on the topic of ratings pollution, apprentice splitting episodes again? can we take a stand and not report those figures at all, or only report the lower rating one?

  14. bettestreep2008 May 1, 2013 at 10:21 am -

    Hilarious.

    Almost all of the 300K viewers that deserted Celebrity Water Bombs went to The Voice.

    Yep- people prefer to watch 5 minutes of singing in 90 minutes or so than any other program.

    C’mon – I think Ricky Martin is absolutely gorgeous but I wouldn’t waste my time watching this show.

    As for CS and TBL – ditto.

    I dug out my DVD collections last night -just like every night this year.

    Australian TV has gotten worse and worse

  15. simmo3 May 1, 2013 at 10:21 am -

    Can only assume Nine wasn’t happy with the Celeb Apprentice numbers.

  16. JB May 1, 2013 at 10:07 am -

    The numbers for The Voice in Melbourne are ridiculous. I just don’t understand why so many people watch it. First, the singing is really not that great. Then, so many people watch it, yet no one buys the music once the show is over. So the whole show is really pointless since the idea is to find artists.

    Celebrity Apprentice was a flop on arrival. Surely 9 would’ve wanted at least 1 million especially with a 2 mil lead in

  17. DansDans May 1, 2013 at 9:57 am -

    David – i know this is a moot point and I know there is nothing you can do about it, but those Digital multichannel ratings really are pointless… 16 of the 20 programs are on ABC2, they dont really tell us anything about the habits of mulitchannels viewers other than the fact they are used as a babysitting tool during the day

    Is there anything that can be suggested or done to improve the qualty of the information?

    Also, when the whole of Australia is digital only, will the multichannel category disappear?

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