Nine and Seven have shared the honours in the 2012 ratings year which officially came to an end at the weekend.
Nine won the year in the key advertising demographics of 16-39, 18-49 and 25-54 while Seven won across total viewers.
Because of lower ratings over the summer and during easter, the networks agree to only officially do battle for 40 weeks of the year.
Seven won 30 of the 40 weeks in total people, leaving Nine to claim 10 weeks across the five city metro markets, according to consolidated data from OzTAM.
Excluding the Olympics, Nine and Seven tied in the 25-54 demo.
Nine also claimed year-on-year audience growth of 3.3% in total people while Seven dropped 0.8% and Ten dropped 12.8%.
- Colin Delaney
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