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Australian free-to-air TV thread 2011


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Ratings for the week ending December 24
Audience share:
Nine 21.3%
Seven 19.3%
ABC1 12.6%
Ten 12.3%
SBSONE 5.6%
GO! 5.3%
7TWO 3.9%
Eleven 3.9%
Gem 3.8%
7mate 3.5%
ABC2 2.9%
One 2.4%
SBSTWO 1.2%
ABC News 24 1.1%
ABC3 0.9%

Huge ratings for Carols by Candlelight (average audience 1.66 million) helped Nine to a huge win, ending Seven's winning streak stretching to mid-January 2011. Nine had a whopping audience share of 47% in five capital cities thanks to CBC.
Nine again took all three demos 16-39, 18-49 and 25-54.
Nine won Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane but Adelaide and Perth again stayed true to Seven.
Nine was first on Sunday, Monday, Thursday and Saturday with Seven winning Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday. ABC beat TEN on Sunday and Wednesday.

Ratings for the week ending December 31
Audience share:
Nine 21.1%
Seven 19.0%
ABC1 15.0%
Ten 10.2%
SBSONE 5.6%
GO! 4.9%
7TWO 4.7%
Gem 3.8%
Eleven 3.6%
7mate 3.5%
ABC2 2.7%
One 2.5%
ABC News 24 1.4%
SBSTWO 1.2%
ABC3 0.7%

National top 20 programs:
1 NEW YEARS EVE 2011 - MIDNIGHT FIREWORKS Nine 1,259,000
2 CRICKET: FIRST TEST: AUSTRALIA VS INDIA - DAY 2 SESSION 2 Nine 1,250,000
3 NINE NEWS Nine 1,192,000
4 SEVEN NEWS Seven 1,014,000
5 A CURRENT AFFAIR Nine 931,000
6 CRICKET: FIRST TEST: AUSTRALIA VS INDIA - DAY 1 SESSION 2 Nine 899,000
7 THE CRICKET SHOW Nine 879,000
8 TODAY TONIGHT Seven 876,000
9 THE BIG BANG THEORY -RPT TUE Nine 872,000
10 ABC NEWS ABC1 865,000
11 NINE NEWS SATURDAY Nine 821,000
12 THE BIG BANG THEORY -RPT MON Nine 794,000
13 SEVEN NEWS SATURDAY Seven 785,000
14 MIDSOMER MURDERS RPT ABC1 782,000
15 THE BIG BANG THEORY -RPT MON EP1 Nine 776,000
16 BETTER HOMES AND GARDENS SUMMER Seven 774,000
17 EDINBURGH MILITARY TATTOO 2011 ABC1 770,000
18 BORDER SECURITY RPT MON Seven 750,000
19 DOCTOR WHO: THE DOCTOR, THE WIDOW AND THE WARDROBE ABC1 749,000
20 THE BIG BANG THEORY -RPT MON EP2 Nine 747,000
(OzTAM mainland capitals)
Sources: tvtonight.com.au, TV Week magazine

Nine finished a dismal 2011 on a high by claiming the final two weeks of ratings year (week 52 and 53). Helped by Test cricket from the MCG, Nine News and repeats of Big Bang Theory, Nine won every night except Friday (which went to Seven). Nine also smashed the demos 16-39, 18-49 and 25-54.
In week 53, ABC bettered Ten on Sunday, Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday. Nine won Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane with Seven still first in Adelaide and Perth.






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