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Glenn Dyer’s TV ratings: Ten back to its post-Games figures

Seven and Nine tied the All People (overall) result in metro markets last night and in the regions, Seven won from Nine. But in the main channels (the real battle), Nine won both. For Ten the post Masterchef Australia/Commonwealth Games slide pushed it back to fourth spot behind the ABC, with a substantial gap between the pair. Ten’s regional main channel share was only 8.8%, which was lower than its main channel share in the metros of 10.4%.

The X Factor had 1.695 million national/ 1.055 million metro/ 640,000 regional viewers (the regional audience lifted from Sunday night). The Block had 1.667 million national/ 1.111 million metro/ 556,000 regional viewers. The return of the local version of The Amazing Race (this one is a trans-Tasman battle) on Seven had a less than stunning return — on paper. The 885,000 national/ 589,000 metro/ 296,000 regional viewers ran from 9pm to 11pm, so the actual audience was quite solid for that time of night   — especially past 10 pm. For Seven it was another weak performance from The X Factor —   Nine’s The Block Glasshouse did better in the metros, but both were not well supported by the viewers.

Network channel share:

  1. Seven, Nine (30.7%)
  2. ABC (18.3%)
  3. Ten (15.7%)
  4. SBS (4.6%)

Network main channels:

  1. Nine (22.0%)
  2. Seven (21.2%)
  3. ABC (13.7%)
  4. Ten (10.4%)
  5. SBS ONE (?%)

Top 5 digital channels: 

  1. 7TWO (5.0%)
  2. GO (4.8%)
  3. 7mate (4.5%)
  4. Gem (3.9%)
  5. Eleven (2.9%)

Top 10 national programs:

  1. Nine News  — 1.749 million
  2. The X Factor (Seven) — 1.695 million
  3. The Block Glasshouse (Nine) — 1.667 million
  4. Seven News  — 1.555 million
  5. Home and Away (Seven) — 1.385 million
  6. House Husbands (Nine) — 1.373 million
  7. A Current Affair (Nine) — 1.252 million
  8. ABC News  — 1.242 million
  9. Nine News 6.30  — 1.149 million
  10. 7.30 (ABC) — 1.144 million

Top metro programs:

  1. Nine News — 1.171 million
  2. Seven News — 1.156 million
  3. Nine News 6.30 — 1.149 million
  4. Seven News/ Today Tonight — 1.134 million
  5. The Block Glasshouse (Nine) — 1.111 million
  6. The X Factor (Seven) — 1.055 million
  7. A Current Affair (Nine) — 1.026 million

Losers: Ten — back to the future again, this time for how long?Metro news and current affairs:

  1. Nine News  — 1.171 million
  2. Seven News  — 1.156 million
  3. Nine News 6.30  — 1.149 million
  4. Seven News/ Today Tonight  — 1.134 million
  5. A Current Affair (Nine) — 1.026 million
  6. ABC News — 844,000
  7. 7.30 (ABC) — 806,000
  8. Australian Story (ABC) — 784,000
  9. Ten Eyewitness News — 644,000
  10. The Project 7pm (Ten) — 631,000

Morning TV:

  1. Sunrise (Seven)  —  342,000
  2. Today (Nine)  —  289,000
  3. The Morning Show (Seven) — 168,000
  4. Mornings (Nine) — 132,000
  5. News Breakfast (ABC  88,000 + 44,000 on News 24) — 128,000
  6. Studio 1o (Ten) — 81,000

Top pay TV channels:

  1. FoxSports 1 (3.1%)
  2. Fox 8  (2.5%)
  3. Foxtel Movies Premiere (2.0%)
  4. Fox Footy, TVHITS!, LifeStyle,  (1.7%)
  5. UKTV (1.6%)

Top five pay TV programs:

  1. NRL: Wests v Melbourne  (Fox Sports 1)  —  223,000
  2. Monday Night With Matty Johns (Fox Sports 1) —  144,000
  3. AFL: On The Couch (Fox Footy) —  105,000
  4. AFL: 360 (Fox Footy)  —  87,000
  5. AFL: Open Mike (Fox) —  85,000

*Data © OzTAM Pty Limited 2013. The data may not be reproduced, published or communicated (electronically or in hard copy) in whole or in part, without the prior written consent of OzTAM. (All shares on the basis of combined overnight 6pm to midnight all people.) and network reports.

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