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PBS signs up with Nielsen

22 December 2009 10:00 AM, PST | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

For the first time in nearly 40 years of broadcasting, PBS has signed on as a weekly Nielsen subscriber, a move that will allow the public television service to provide clients with a more accurate look into its audience deliveries.

PBS is not ponying up for overnight ratings, but the weekly Nielsen NPower data will offer sponsors a more timely read on programming performance.

Although PBS does not run traditional call-to-action advertising, it does solicit marketers to underwrite its programming expenses through sponsorships. Rather than a 30-second spot shilling a product or service, PBS sponsors are identified by short creative that runs immediately before and after the supported program.

In the past, sponsors backed PBS programs for a 52-week run. This spring, the broadcaster began accepting shorter commitments, some as brief as a week. The decision to loosen the sponsorship guidelines reflects clients' increasing desire for greater flexibility -- a phenomenon »

- By Anthony Crupi, Mediaweek

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13m tune in for Danyl's 'X Factor' exit

7 December 2009 1:49 AM, PST | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - Movie News news »

The X Factor continued to perform well for ITV1 last night, early viewing figures show. The semi-finals results show, which saw Danyl Johnson voted off the competition, pulled in 13.01m (46.2%) between 7.30pm and 8.30pm. Post-x Factor, 4.67m (20.1%) stayed with ITV1 for Batman Begins, which aired between 8.30pm and 11pm. Over on BBC One, Antiques Roadshow logged 6.16m (21.6%) at 8pm, then the audience dropped to 5.02m (20.7%) for Small Island, which aired between 9pm and 10.30pm. James May On The Moon put in 1.12m (4%) for BBC Two at 7.30pm, then 5.4m (19.7%) watched Top Gear at 8.30pm. Miranda followed at 9.30pm, drawing 2.12m (8.8%). Come (more) »

- By Dan French

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13.5m tune in for Lloyd's 'X Factor' exit

30 November 2009 6:19 AM, PST | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - Movie News news »

An average of 13.47m (45.9%) tuned in to see Lloyd Daniels voted off The X Factor last night, according to early figures. The latest results show, which also featured performances from Alicia Keys and Rihanna, was roughly on par with the ratings for Jedward's elimination, seen by 13.82m (46.5%) last week. Afterwards, the latest episode of I'm A Celebrity - during which Joe Bugner was eliminated - drew 8.63m (31.9%) between 9pm and 10.30pm. ITV2's spinoff shows The Xtra Factor and I'm A Celebrity, Get Me Out Of Here Now! pulled in audiences of 742k (2.7%) and 415k (3%) at 9pm and 10.30pm respectively. Countryfile notched up BBC One's highest audience of the day, with 6m (24%) tuning in at 7pm. Antiques Roadshow followed with 5.62m (19.1%), then a repeat episode of New Tricks was seen by (more) »

- By Neil Wilkes

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John & Edward's 'X Factor' exit draws 13.8m

23 November 2009 1:58 AM, PST | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - Movie News news »

John & Edward's X Factor exit was seen by 13.82m (46.5%) last night, according to early viewing figures. The 9pm live results show, which also saw Mariah Carey and Susan Boyle perform, was down slightly from last week's effort, which drew 14.3m (47.9%). I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here! followed at 10pm, pulling in 10m (34.1%). Over on BBC One, Antiques Roadshow and Garrow's Law: Tales From The Old Bailey put in 5.42m (18.3%) and 4.12m (14.1%) at 8pm and 9pm respectively. BBC Two's Ray Mears's Northern Eilderness had 1.63m (5.5%) at 8pm, then the audience climbed to 5.3m (18.1%) during the 9pm screening of Top Gear. Come Dine With Me attracted 1.33m (4.5%) to Channel (more) »

- By Dan French

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TV ratings - 15 November: Doctor Who and I'm A Celebrity make splash in high-rating 'Super Sunday'

16 November 2009 5:22 AM, PST | The Guardian - TV News | See recent The Guardian - TV News news »

Doctor Who draws 9.1 million viewers and I'm A Celebrity 9.8 million, while The X Factor draws second best ever audience

More than 9 million viewers saw the return of Doctor Who on BBC1, while nearly 10 million people saw the beginning of the ninth series of I'm A Celebrity, Get Me Out of Here! on ITV1 last night, Sunday 15 November.

The latest one-off Doctor Who special, the first of David Tennant's final three episodes in the role, averaged 9.1 million viewers and a 34% share between 7pm and 8pm, according to unofficial overnight figures.

I'm A Celebrity, Get Me Out of Here! returned with 9.8 million viewers and a 36% share between 9pm and 10.30pm on ITV1.

This was the reality show's highest-rating launch show since series three in 2004, which began with 10.1 million viewers, a 41% share. That series, won by Kerry Katona, went on to be the best-rating run of I'm a Celebrity.

The ITV1 series, »

- John Plunkett

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Record audience sees X Factor twins Jedward survive | TV ratings - Sunday 8 November

9 November 2009 4:31 AM, PST | The Guardian - TV News | See recent The Guardian - TV News news »

Peak of more than 15 million watch as Lucie Jones is voted off The X Factor – but Jedward are reprieved

Jedward's success damages the twins, Cowell and The X Factor

The X Factor powered to a record audience for a second successive week with a peak of more than 15 million viewers watching twins John and Edward Grimes survive at the expense of Lucie Jones last night, Sunday 8 November.

ITV1's hit reality talent show averaged 14.4 million viewers, 49% of the audience, between 8pm and 9pm – up from 13.9 million last week.

The X Factor hit a peak of 15.4 million viewers in its final 15 minutes, up from 14.7 million last week, according to unofficial overnight figures. ITV said the show's five-minute peak hit 16.6 million, its highest ever, and a 54% share of the audience between 8.50pm and 8.55pm.

Unsurprisingly the Simon Cowell show saw off all the opposition, including BBC1's Antiques Roadshow, which had 5.9 million viewers, »

- John Plunkett

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'The X Factor' hits new high of 13.9m

2 November 2009 4:53 AM, PST | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - Movie News news »

The X Factor hit a new series high last night, according to the latest viewing figures. The 8pm results show, in which Jls and Bon Jovi performed and Rachel Adedeji was voted off, pulled in a massive 13.87m (47.8%). Miss Frank's exit on last Sunday's show was the previous high for the series, drawing 13.38m (47.9%). Elsewhere during the hour, Antiques Roadshow managed 5.72m (19.7%) for BBC One, BBC Two's Ray Mears's Northern Wilderness put in 2.01m (6.9%), and 1.52m (5.2%) watched Celebrity Come Dine With Me on Channel 4. ITV1's Doc Martin led the 9pm hour, drawing 9.33m (35.1%) with its penultimate episode. Its nearest rival, the first episode of BBC One's Garrow's Law managed 4.46m (16.7%). Charley Boorman: Sydney To Tokyo By Any Means attracted (more) »

- By Dan French

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Miss Frank's 'X Factor' exit draws 13.4m

26 October 2009 8:41 AM, PDT | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - Movie News news »

The X Factor hit a new series high last night, overnight viewing figures show. The 8pm show, which saw Miss Frank become the third act to be eliminated from the series, drew an impressive 13.38m (47.9%), topping last week's previous high of 13.17m (46.7%). Post-x Factor, 8.62m (33.7%) tuned in for the latest instalment of the Martin Clunes-fronted Doc Martin. Over on BBC One, Antiques Roadshow and Emma put in 5.2m (18.6%) and 3.66m (14.3%) at 8pm and 9pm respectively. A new BBC Two series, Ray Mears's Northern Wilderness, interested 1.98m (7.1%) at 8pm, then 1.85m (7.2%) watched Charley Boorman: Sydney To Tokyo By Any Means during the 9pm hour. (more) »

- By Dan French

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'The X Factor' hits new series high

12 October 2009 2:10 AM, PDT | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - Movie News news »

X Factor hit a new series high last night, according to early viewing figures. Last night's show, which saw Kandy Rain become the first act to be voted off the reality show after landing in the bottom two alongside Rachel Adedeji, pulled in an impressive 13m (46.4%) for ITV1 in the 8pm hour. ITV2's The Xtra Factor then put in 1.37m (5.6%) at 9pm. The previous high of 12.38m (44.9%) was set by last Sunday's episode, in which the final 12 contestants were unveiled. After The X Factor, 8.65m (33.1%) stayed with ITV1 for Doc Martin. Over on BBC One, Antiques Roadshow interested 5.48m (19.5%) during the 8pm hour, (more) »

- By Dan French

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12.4 million see 'X Factor' top 12 unveiled

5 October 2009 8:03 AM, PDT | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - Movie News news »

The X Factor grew to its highest audience of the series to date last night (Sunday) as the identities of the final 12 contestants were revealed. The culmination of the judges' houses phase of the competition was seen by 12.38m (44.9%) in the 8pm hour. The figure represents an increase of over 2m night-on-night and is up almost 3m on the equivalent episode from last year's run. Last night the audience peaked with 13.86m (47.7%) at 8.50pm. At 9pm, the third episode in the new series of Doc Martin pulled in 8.15m (31.6%), a week-on-week growth of around 1m. BBC One's Antiques Roadshow mustered a not-unreasonable 5.16m (18.7%) opposite The X Factor at 8pm, then an hour later, a new adaptation of Jane Austen's Emma opened to 4.38m (17%). Stephen Fry's Last Chance To See, this week featuring a flightless parrot from New Zealand, (more) »

- By Neil Wilkes

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'Doc Martin' returns to 7.7 million

21 September 2009 2:42 AM, PDT | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - Movie News news »

Doc Martin made a decent return to ITV1 last night, according to early viewing figures. The show, which stars Martin Clunes as the disgruntled doctor, pulled in a respectable 7.67m (30.4%) during the 9pm hour. Earlier on ITV1, The X Factor logged 10.52m (41.4%) between 7.45pm and 9pm, improving slightly on the previous night's performance, which was affected by the clash with Strictly Come Dancing. Over on BBC One, 5.37m (20.9%) tuned in for the new series of Antiques Roadshow during the 8pm hour, then Waking The Dead took 6.36m (25.2%) at 9pm. The third episode of Last Chance To See had 1.98m (7.7%) for BBC Two at 8pm, then the audience dropped to 1.7m (6.7%) during the 9pm screening of Dragons' Den: On Tour. Celebrity Come Dine With Me, which featured Dane Bowers, Bobby Davro, Dani Behr and EastEnders (more) »

- By Dan French

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And the '61st Primetime Emmy Awards' Winners Are...

20 September 2009 6:00 PM, PDT | TheInsider.com | See recent The Insider news »

Did your favorite TV stars win? Read on to find out! (Winners' names are underlined below.) Outstanding Supporting Actor, Comedy Jack McBrayer, 30 Rock Tracy Morgan, 30 Rock Kevin Dillon, Entourage Neil Patrick Harris, How I Met Your Mother Rainn Wilson, The Office Jon Cryer, Two and a Half Men Outstanding Supporting Actress, Comedy Kristin Chenoweth, Pushing Daisies Jane Krakowski, 30 Rock Elizabeth Perkins, Weeds Amy Poehler, Saturday Night Live Kristen Wiig, Saturday Night Live Vanessa Williams, Ugly Betty Outstanding Supporting Actress, Drama Cherry Jones, 24 Chandra Wilson, Grey's Anatomy Sandra Oh, Grey's Anatomy Dianne Wiest, In Treatment Hope Davis, In Treatment Rose Byrne, Damages Outstanding Supporting Actor, Drama William Shatner, Boston Legal Christian Clemenson, Boston Legal Aaron Paul, Breaking Bad William Hurt, Damages Michael Emerson, Lost John Slattery, Mad Men Outstanding Actress, Mini-series or Movie Drew Barrymore, Grey Gardens Jessica Lange, Grey Gardens Shirley MacLaine, Coco Chanel Sigourney Weaver, Prayers for Bobby Chandra Wilson, »

- TheInsider

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2009 Emmy Nominations!

12 August 2009 11:35 AM, PDT | WeAreMovieGeeks.com | See recent WeAreMovieGeeks.com news »

The Emmys are once again almost upon us and there is nothing I find more satisfying than looking down a list of nominees.  I don’t know, I just really like it.  Anyway, I know many people might not care too much about the Emmys, I’m more of a Golden Globe man myself, but you do have to give it to them for giving 30 Rock the Emmy for best comedy two year in a row, if you don’t know that show Rocks!! So here’s the list and a few comments I thought I’d add to the nominees.

Best Comedy Series

Entourage

Family Guy-Really hope this show doesn’t win, not a big fan as so many others are.

Flight of the Conchords-i’d really like to see this show win, but it definitely won’t.

How I Met Your Mother-I’d also like to see this one win too. »

- Nick K

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2009 Emmy Nominees

17 July 2009 8:40 AM, PDT | ScreenRant.com | See recent Screen Rant news »

The Emmys are once again approaching, meaning it’s time to highlight those shows that made the often-unbearable experience of TV watching worth your while, if only for a short while.

Take a look over the list of this year’s Emmy Nominees then head on down to the comment section to give your two cents.

 

The 2009 Emmy Nominees (Abridged Version):

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Drama Series:

“Big Love,” HBO

“Breaking Bad,” AMC

“Damages,” FX

“Dexter,” Showtime

“House,” Fox

“Lost,” ABC

“Mad Men,” AMC

Comedy Series:

“Entourage,” HBO

“Family Guy,” Fox

“How I Met Your Mother,” CBS

“Flight of the Conchords,” HBO

“The Office,” NBC

“30 Rock,” NBC

“Weeds,” Showtime

Actor, Drama Series:

Simon Baker, “The Mentalist”

Gabriel Byrne, “In Treatment”

Bryan Cranston, “Breaking Bad”

Michael C. Hall, “Dexter”

Jon Hamm, “Mad Men”

Hugh Laurie, “House”

Actress, Drama Series:

Glenn Close, “Damages”

Sally Field, “Brothers and Sisters”

Mariska Hargitay, “Law and Order: Special Victims Unit”

Holly Hunter, »

- Kofi Outlaw

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2009 Emmy Award Nominations Are Revealed

16 July 2009 9:33 AM, PDT | OnTheFlix | See recent OnTheFlix news »

It's that time of the year again. The 2009 61st Annual Emmy Awards are scheduled to take place on September 20,2009, and will be hosted by Neil Patrick Harris from CBS' "How I met Your Mother" sitcom.They will air at 7pm central time on CBS. Now, with no further ado, the nominees for "Outstanding Reality Competition Program" are : The Amazing Race, American Idol, Dancing with the Stars, Project Runway, and Top Chef. The nominations for "Outstanding Reality Program" are : Antiques Roadshow, Dirty Jobs, Dog Whisperer, Intervention, Kathy Griffin: My Life on the D-List, and Mythbusters. »

- Andre@ontheflix

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Emmy 2009 Breakdown: Reality TV

16 July 2009 7:07 AM, PDT | E! Online | See recent E! Online news »

Now we'll never know who Jon Gosselin would bring as his Emmy date… Jon & Kate Plus 8 rated zero Emmy nominations, as the awards show's reality categories were dominated by somewhat more functional fare, including The Amazing Race, American Idol and Kathy Griffin: My Life on the D-List. In the Reality Competition category, perennial winner The Amazing Race will try to stick it again to Idol, Dancing With the Stars, Project Runway and Top Chef. In the far-flung Outstanding Reality Program race, My Life on the D-List, comic Kathy Griffin's two-time winner, will go up against the sedate Antiques Roadshow, the occassionally sedated Intervention, the always smelly Dirty Jobs, the »

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Emmy nominations unveiled

16 July 2009 3:00 AM, PDT | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

Seth MacFarlane's gamble paid off. His Fox hit "Family Guy" on Thursday became the first animated series in nearly 50 years, and the second ever, to land a best comedy series nomination, following "The Flintstones" in 1961.

"Family Guy," which made it to the 10 finalists on the category last year but missed the final cut, might have been one of the beneficiaries of the TV Academy's decision to expand the number of nominees in the main categories from five to six.

Seven half-hours made it in to the best comedy series category, with two more first-timers, HBO's offbeat "The Flight of the Conchords," CBS' often overlooked "How I Met Your Mother" and Showtime's veteran "Weeds." They will compete against defending champ "30 Rock," previous winner "The Office" and HBO's "Entourage," which landed a third consecutive nomination in the top comedy category.

In its third year at the Emmys, "30 Rock" broke the record »

- By Nellie Andreeva

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Wimbledon final nets 11 mil viewers

6 July 2009 9:05 AM, PDT | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

London -- More than 11 million viewers watched Roger Federer's epic five-set victory over Andy Roddick in the Wimbledon men's final Sunday, giving the BBC its best viewing tally for the championships in five years.

The final scored even more viewers than the semifinal between Roddick and hot-favorite British contender Andy Murray, which drew 10 million viewers two days before.

The Wimbledon final saw Federer lift the coveted All England Club trophy for a record sixth time, but the five-set game -- which was eventually won 18 games to 16 in the marathon final set -- played havoc with BBC schedules as the match ran well over the anticipated time.

The BBC ran its early-evening news and then the Sunday evening edition of "Antiques Roadshow" on BBC2 to avoid breaking off from the game. On Friday, the home favorite Murray was beaten by Roddick in a four-set game that drew in 10 million viewers at its peak. »

- By Mimi Turner

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Madeley draws 3.7m for Piers Morgan show

6 April 2009 5:53 AM, PDT | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - Movie News news »

The final instalment of Piers Morgan's Life Stories drew 3.66m (19.7%) for ITV1 last night, according to overnight viewing figures. The 10pm show, which saw Richard Madeley reveal details about his love life and his abusive father, failed to beat the series high of 4.98m (28.4%), which saw Katie Price admitting to being sexually abused. Earlier, the penultimate episode of Lewis performed well for the channel, drawing 6.31m (25.3%) between 8pm and 10pm. Antiques Roadshow logged 5.69m (23.3%) for BBC One at 8pm. The audience then dropped to 3.46m (13.7%) during the screening of The No.1 Ladies' Detective Agency. BBC Two's Yes We Can! The Lost Art Of Oratory put in 760k (3.2%) between 7.45pm and 9pm, and drama Five Minutes Of Heaven - starring Liam Neeson and James Nesbitt - attracted 2.19m (9.1%) between 9pm (more) »

- By Dan French

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'Secret Millionaire' audience climbs 800k

30 March 2009 3:14 AM, PDT | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - Movie News news »

The second episode of Secret Millionaire pulled in 800,000 more viewers than the first, overnight ratings figures suggest. Last night's show - featuring multimillionaire scrap-metal merchant Gary Eastwood - drew 3.25m (12.5%) for Channel 4 during the 9pm hour. A further 289k (1.7%) watched the show on Channel 4+1. Earlier, at 8pm, Come Dine With Me pulled in 2.56m (9.9%) for the channel. Over on BBC One, 4.62m (17.9%) tuned in for Antiques Roadshow at 8pm. The audience then dropped to 3.45m (13.3%) during the third episode of The No.1 Ladies' Detective Agency. Lewis continued to perform well for ITV1, averaging 6.37m (24.6%) for the channel between 8pm (more) »

- By Dan French

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