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Articles by Glenn Dyer

Business bites: Greece not the word … airline lines blurred … one of the herd …

In which financial markets stop caring about Greece and start making money again.

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Glenn Dyer’s TV ratings: nothing but Masterchef

Yet another split viewing night. Seven won all people in metro markets, but Nine did better in the main channels and in the main demos. Ten was a clear third and the ABC was fourth. But in the regions, Seven was again a big winner from Nine, with Ten third and the ABC fourth. Masterchef […]

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Glenn Dyer’s TV ratings: The Voice rules the night

Thanks to The Voice and the silly annual Ted Whitten memorial kick and giggle exhibition game in Melbourne, Nine won metros easily last night. It is hard to believe that Seven still managed to get up in regional markets with such a weak performer as Houdini, which bombed badly in the metros with just 310,000 viewers […]

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Glenn Dyer’s TV ratings: a big Monday night in

On the metro ratings last night, you’d be entitled to think that’s Nine’s big win would have been repeated in the regionals. Far from it. In fact Seven won — clearly, but not as big a margin as on Sunday night. As a result of the undoubted popularity of The Voice in most metro markets and the […]

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Glenn Dyer’s TV ratings

The Voice did it for Nine, but only in metros and really only in Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane which were won by Nine. Seven won Adelaide and Perth. In the regionals Seven was an easy winner as The Voice failed to strike the right note with viewers. Ten’s recent solid performance came to a halt […]

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Glenn Dyer’s TV ratings: footy and cooking

Seven’s night in metros and regional markets last night, with the AFL game between Freo and Collingwood doing the job in Melbourne, Adelaide and Perth. Ten’s move to run two episodes of Masterchef Australia back-to-back pushed it up into second place in the main channels and a very close third in total people, and great demos […]

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Glenn Dyer’s TV ratings: Mid-week footy shows fail to entice viewers

A close night in the metros. Seven finished just in front of Nine and Ten in Total People and the main channels, but Masterchef Australia’s performance gave Ten a whack of the best demo viewers. But in the regionals, it was a very easy win for Seven. In fact so easy was it that daylight was […]

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Glenn Dyer’s TV ratings: cooking and Killing

Nine and Ten’s night in the metros, but not for Seven whose heavily promoted Houdini sank (like one of his tricks), but unlike the great illusionist, the program didn’t re-emerge — it drowned. As a result Seven finished third in the metros in total people and the main channels. A night that will prompt more than one or […]

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Glenn Dyer’s TV ratings: Nine romps it in

A rare win in metro and regional markets last night for Nine as Reno Rumble and Married At First Sight finished up.  Nine’s programs did well in both metro and regional markets and it was an easy win. Married At First Sight topped the night in nationally and metro markets with 1.862 million viewers (and 572,000 in […]

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Glenn Dyer’s TV ratings: footy and renovations

A mixed night.Thanks to a strong performance in Melbourne by Ten and Masterchef Australia (it was the most watched program in Melbourne last night) the night’s outcome was skewed. Seven won Total People in the metros and lost the main channels to Nine. Nine won Sydney (by a big margin), Ten won Melbourne and Seven won Brisbane, […]

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Glenn Dyer’s TV ratings: Masterchef still dominates

Seven’s night in metro and regional markets, thanks to the AFL game from Adelaide won by Hawthorn over the Crows, Cats in Sydney and Brisbane and weak programming on Nine. There was nothing to support Masterchef Australia on Ten which was the most watched program in metro markets, along with Nine News. Masterchef Australia though […]

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Glenn Dyer’s TV ratings: State of Origin rules all

Game 2 of the State of Origin was the only show in town and on TV last night that mattered for the bulk of the audience and as usual it dominated viewing — even in Perth, which is an AFL heartland (and it did well in Melbourne, helping Nine win the night, along with The AFL Footy Show). […]

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Glenn Dyer’s TV Ratings: a killer of a night

Seven’s night in metro and regional markets. Nine was second, Ten third and the ABC fourth, but in the metros that disguised some mixed results in the various capitals. Seven won Sydney, Brisbane, Adelaide (the main channels) and Perth. Nine won Melbourne, won Total People in Brisbane and that was that. But the ABC (thanks […]

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Glenn Dyer’s TV ratings: attack of the ABC

Bad luck Ten. For all the brave talk of the rebound in audience numbers (which is still happening, such as the appalling mess of the network’s 2014 performance), last night will not go down as the one of the Network’s best Monday nights, easily beaten for third spot by the ABC (which came  very close […]

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Foxtel-Ten deal gives the Murdochs yet more power

Foxtel is buying a 14.9% stake in the beleaguered Ten Network, with the Murdochs again holding all the cards.

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Glenn Dyer’s TV ratings: at war with reality

An easy win to Seven in both metros and the regional markets. Nine however is looking to the second State of Origin on Wednesday night to win the week for it, as game one did three weeks ago. House Rules easily won the battle of the “reality” programs last night with what can only be […]

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Glenn Dyer’s TV ratings: a quiet night for all

In terms of the audience’s reaction to last night, it was a thumbs down except for Masterchef Australia which remains in the part of its season where there’s a solid program for viewers to watch on Thursday nights. They did,  even in regional markets — nearly 1.5 million national viewers for the program last night, with 370,000 in […]

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Why you should be worried about fishy WA unemployment numbers

The ABS has admitted there is a flaw with the way its jobs numbers are compiled, and the numbers might not mean what you think they mean.

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Glenn Dyer’s TV ratings: House Rules edges out Reno Rumble

A surprisingly solid win for Seven in the metros and the now usual easy victory in the regions as Nine’s Reno Rumble ended its season and headed for Grand Finals Week next week, vanquished by House Rules on Seven, the program Reno Rumble was scheduled against as a spoiler to wreck. Instead Reno Rumble was […]

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Glenn Dyer’s TV ratings: killing it

A mixed night. Nine and Ten did the best, sharing the metro Total People (Nine) and main channels (Ten), with Seven having a weak night with the exception of House Rules which again easily beat Reno Rumble on Nine. Seven won the regionals fairly easily from Nine, with Ten third and the ABC fourth. Did […]

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Glenn Dyer’s TV ratings: the divide widens between metro and regional

Nine’s night in the metros in a close battle, with Seven second, Ten third and the ABC fourth.  But Seven was a clear winner in the regionals, where Ten was beaten into third by the ABC. Ten’s Masterchef Australia was the most watched non news program nationally, with 1.496 million viewers last night, but it was let […]

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Business bites: retail not so bad … a boomlet to be had … Metcash mad …

Are the retail figures really so dire for the economy? Plus other business tidbits of the day.

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Glenn Dyer’s TV ratings

Just a waste of a night really, except for Masterchef Australia (don’t like eliminations on a Thursday night though) and the Masterclass. The Footy Show (NRL) on Nine was weak. Arnold Schwarzenegger as all round the place (isn’t he a spruiker for REA.com as well as a former governor of California and a movie thingie?). Talk about free kicks […]

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Glenn Dyer’s TV ratings: Seven wins again

Seven’s night in metro and regional markets. Seven won Sydney, Brisbane, Adelaide and Perth. Nine won Melbourne. Seven’s win the metros was again large, thanks to another solid effort from House Rules. It was the second most watched program nationally 1.450 million viewers, of which 594,000 were in the regions. In contrast, Masterchef Australia had […]

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Glenn Dyer’s TV ratings: soccer fails to excite

A close night in the metros, but Nine won and Ten’s main channel slipped past Seven’s into second place. Did Seven’s broadcasting of the exhibition soccer game between Chelsea and Sydney FC on 7mate (411,000 national viewers) drain viewers away from its main channel? In regional markets Seven was a clear winner from Nine, Ten […]

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