I suppose as long as they perform
- High Ratings
- Good ad sales
Then Nine won’t interfere with the Formula NBN has.
I suppose as long as they perform
NBN NNSW and 7 Tasmania are still the highest rated stations (Highest share) in the nation I think, Even more so than 7 Perth
We don’t know how NBN is rating in comparison to the other stations. I haven’t been able to access the Regional TAM reports all this year. They had in the past been publicly available, the same as OzTAM. I wonder why Regional TAM has effectively put all their reports behind their paywall. Surely, you would think, Nine and Seven would want to promote the success of the regional stations they own - NBN and Seven Qld?
here you go my friend
Ratings Success for NINE NBN in 2019
The 2019 official ratings year ended yesterday and for the 27th consecutive year NINE NBN is again the year’s Number 1 Television Network across Northern NSW and the Gold Coast.
NINE NBN secured a total people network share of 34.4% ahead of Prime’s network share of 26.1% and Win’s 16.3%. NINE NBN has again claimed the top position in all key demographics and this dominant share represents an increase of 2.5% on last year. This success across Northern NSW and the Gold Coast is even stronger when compared to Prime’s decrease in share of 4.8%.
This year NINE NBN won all 40 weeks of official survey and secured all of the top ten programs for 2019.
NBN News, the only local News service each and every day of the year, continues to lead the ratings with NBN News Sunday being crowned the Number #1 News program for 2019 . The dominance of NBN News along with the reliable slate of family-friendly programs confirmed we are again the preferred destination for viewers.
NINE NBN ’s highlights for the 2019 ratings year include;
In 2020 viewers will enjoy a year-round schedule of premium content that will continue to deliver proven consistency. Returning programs Married at First Sight, Lego Masters, The Voice, The Block, Australian Ninja Warrior, Travel Guides and Doctor Doctor will join NBN News, 60 Minutes, A Current Affair and the Today Show .
New programs to join the schedule include;
Halifax: Retribution – Rebecca Gibney returns to reprise her role as psychiatrist Jane Halifax.
Informer 3838 – Based on the events involving gangland lawyer turned police informer, Nicola Gobbo.
Parent Jury – Opinionated mums and dads will judge each other’s parenting skills.
Emergency – A gritty new medical observational documentary series with unprecedented access to one of Australia’s busiest hospital emergency departments.
Source: Nielsen Regional TAM, Weeks 7-47- Consolidated 7, Week 48- Overnight, Excluding Easter. Nthrn NSW Total Individuals (unless specified).
Network Share% [FTA (excl Spill)] 6pm-MN Sun-Sat. Programmes ranked by AUD.
That’s not what I meant.
GWN might give them a run for their money
And 7QLD too.
I see that Nine use the callsign GCQ (or very similar) for its Gold Coast feed, which is basically an opt out of QTQ. I guess that’s not strictly even a station, is it?
To my knowledge that’s only used internally, but there’s an argument there - in much the same way that in a regional market, one station may have multiple advertising feeds
That’s a great find for a fellow Novocastrian like me! Thanks for sharing.
I wonder how many people on the Gold Coast actually watch Nine-NBN as opposed to the local Nine Gold Coast?
Not many. I read somewhere that Prime/9NBN/WIN on average command about 15% of the audience that the Brisbane stations get on the GC.
I would imagine that their Gold Coast stations wouldn’t be making much money. I also suspect that most people in the far north of the Tweed Coast from Tweed Heads down to Kingscliff are probably watching the Gold Coast metro stations rather than what comes out of Lismore.
I can’t imagine the regional stations on the NSW Central Coast (regional Australia’s most poorly served major market when it comes to local media IMO) being that big of a money spinner either. NRN under a number of ownership eras never bothering to turn on their relays in Gosford and Bouddi probably says something about how widely the relays of Sydney TV are watched in that region.
Except of course during Daylight Saving Time, when the Lismore stations might be more widely watched due to being an hour ahead of the Gold Coast metro ones North of the border!
But the Gold Coast transmitters are all on Queensland time.
Correct. Many on the border have two UHF antennas - one facing Mt Nardi near Lismore and the other, Mt Tamborine (the mian Gold Coast Transmitter). For 6 months of the year they would be enjoying programmes in 2 times zones from essentially, 3 different TV markets!