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Big Brother host Sonia Kruger (Image: Seven)

Ratings hack cruels Seven’s chance to boast about Big Brother final

If Big Brother goes to air but there are no ratings, can Seven say it succeeded?

End-of-year ratings figures don’t give networks much reason to boast

In an era of falling revenues and cost-cutting, the annual ratings numbers leave a lot to be desired.

(Image: Ten/MasterChef)

Why Ten’s MasterChef play failed to pay off

Ten announced the departure of MasterChef's long-running judges in a bid to bolster the show's sinking ratings. Was it worth it?

Will Today unseat Karl as TV industry moves into annual renewals season?

It's the start of renewal time for TV networks, and of all the changes in commercial TV none will be watched more closely than Nine's Today, where Karl Stefanovic and Georgie Gardner have presided over falling ratings and a widening gap behind Sunrise.

World media may have gone overboard on royal wedding coverage

The marriage of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle drew tens of millions of viewers and an absurd number of newspaper lift-outs. Here's how it went down around the globe.

Networks need to kill the silly season if they want viewers to stick to traditional TV

The traditional summer lull of non-ratings television has long been in place to offset costs for the year ahead, but could it be turning viewers away for good?

10,000 households will take part in Australia's TV ratings measurement system from next year.

Double the ratings boxes: more accurate OzTAM figures?

10,000 households will take part in Australia's TV ratings measurement system from next year.

What ever happened to our love affair with Sorkin's writing? For starters, the world is a very different place to when Jed Bartlet ran the White House, explains <em>Daily Review</em> writer <b>Peter Green</b>.

Breaking up with Aaron: it’s not The Newsroom, it’s us

What ever happened to our love affair with Sorkin's writing? For starters, the world is a very different place to when Jed Bartlet ran the White House, explains Daily Review writer Peter Green.

Seven won the night with <em>My Kitchen Rules</em>, crushing Ten's line-up which is setting new lows each night.

Glenn Dyer’s TV ratings: Seven’s Kitchen crushes Ten

Seven won the night with My Kitchen Rules, crushing Ten's line-up which is setting new lows each night.

Last night was competition central, with brave warriors battling it out in cricket, tennis and weight loss.

Glenn Dyer’s TV ratings: Winners and Losers kick off 2014

Last night was competition central, with brave warriors battling it out in cricket, tennis and weight loss.

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