Scoop has an Ethical Paywall
Work smarter with a Pro licence Learn More

Video | Agriculture | Confidence | Economy | Energy | Employment | Finance | Media | Property | RBNZ | Science | SOEs | Tax | Technology | Telecoms | Tourism | Transport | Search

 

Prime Breaks Sunday Night Record

Mon, 4 Oct 2004

Prime Breaks Sunday Night Record

Prime Television last night broke another viewing record with a 9.5 share in the 6.00pm - 10:30pm time slot (25 -54 demographic). Its highest ever Sunday night viewership thanks to its flagship motoring programme Top Gear and the family favourite movie, Crocodile Dundee in LA

Prime's top performing programs last night included Top Gear, featuring motoring guru Jeremy Clarkson and Crocodile Dundee in LA, starring legendary Australian Paul Hogan. Top Gear peaked at 200,600 viewers, with a share against the core demographic 25- 54 of 10.8. Crocodile Dundee in LA peaked at 182,700 viewers and obtained an average share of 12.1 against the 25 - 54 demographic.

The continued growth of Prime Television is clearly reflected in September's figures. Prime achieved its highest year to date share 6.00pm - 10.30pm of 5.6 for all people 5+ and 25 - 54 demographics.

Additionally, the 3rd quarter average prime time audience against 25-54 finished up 20% year on year.

ENDS

Advertisement - scroll to continue reading

Are you getting our free newsletter?

Subscribe to Scoop’s 'The Catch Up' our free weekly newsletter sent to your inbox every Monday with stories from across our network.

© Scoop Media

Advertisement - scroll to continue reading
 
 
 
Business Headlines | Sci-Tech Headlines

 
GenPro: General Practices Begin Issuing Clause 14 Notices

GenPro has been copied into a rising number of Clause 14 notices issued since the NZNO lodged its Primary Practice Pay Equity Claim against General Practice employers in December 2023.More

SPADA: Screen Industry Unites For Streaming Platform Regulation & Intellectual Property Protections

In an unprecedented international collaboration, representatives of screen producing organisations from around the world have released a joint statement.More

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Join Our Free Newsletter

Subscribe to Scoop’s 'The Catch Up' our free weekly newsletter sent to your inbox every Monday with stories from across our network.