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TV News audiences for Fri 26 - Sun 28 Aug

TV News audiences for Fri 26 - Sun 28 Aug

Television Current Affairs Audience (W/E 28th August)

TV ONE
Q+A (9-10am Sun): 90,690
186,550*
Sunday (7:30pm Sun): 616,350
1,219,590*

TV 3
The Nation (10:30am Sat): 6,680
37,910*
60 Minutes (7:30pm Sun): 225,330
724,790*

TV ONE
Marae Investigates (10am Sun 14th): 51,950

MTS
Native Affairs (8:30pm Mon 8th): 8,620

Television News Viewership for Friday 26th August 2011

TV ONE
AMP Business: 39,950
Breakfast: 136,090
ONE News Midday: 123,480
ONE News @ 4:30: 88,690
ONE News: 684,360
Close Up: 493,140 Tonight: 136,770
Te Karere (Weekdays4pm): 51,860

TV3
Firstline: 22,660
3 News at Twelve: 39,550
3 News: 294,470
Campbell Live: 268,190
Nightline: 86,700

MTS
Te Kaea (Weeknights 5:30pm): 5,050

Source: Nielsen TAM (Measurement: All people 5 years and over – average daily audience nationwide)

* Source: Nielsen TAM (Measurement: All people 5+ nationwide - average daily reach). Because of the diverse range of topics and interest on these shows this measurement recognises that viewers may tune in just for one interview/story and shows the total number of viewers who tune in across the hour.

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