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Television News Viewership for Tuesday 6th September 2011

Television News Viewership for Tuesday 6th September 2011

TV ONE

AMP Business: 31,510
Breakfast: 128,440
ONE News Midday: 137,760
ONE News @ 4:30: 121,740
ONE News: 766,280
Close Up: 594,820
Tonight: 210,570

TV3
Firstline: 30,800
3 News at Twelve: 22,520
3 News: 373,860 66,590
Campbell Live: 254,780
Nightline: 106,540

TV ONE
Te Karere (Weekdays 4pm): 66,590

MTS
Te Kaea (Weeknights 5:30pm): 2,120

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

* Number has been checked and is correct

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