Film & TV

Jul 14, 2014

Glenn Dyer’s TV ratings: Seven wins, despite Ten’s star interview

Ten's interview with Ian Thorpe wasn't enough to topple Seven from the top spot.

Glenn Dyer — <em>Crikey</em> business and media commentator

Glenn Dyer

Crikey business and media commentator

Seven’s night in metro markets and regional markets. In fact, A Place To Call Home finally cracked the million dollar mark in metro markets on its final outing last night. Regional viewers have always been stronger supports of the program, but Seven, like its commercial rivals, is more driven by the ratings in the five metro markets than how regional viewers support their programs. A Place To Call Home had 1.696 million national/ 1.049 million metro/ 647,000 regional viewers. The proportion of regional to metro viewers for the program was higher than normal. Regional viewers are also stronger supporters of Seven’s Sunday Night which last night had 1.913 million national/ 1.165 million metro/ 748,000 regional viewers and was the most-watched program in regional markets.


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