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Seven and 7plus seize summer

By 7plus, SEVEN

#1 in prime time, all day and BVOD

The winning combination of 7NEWS, Sunrise, Test cricket and Australia’s newest smash hit family entertainment show – Holey Moley – saw Seven Network take the #1 spot across summer.

With the 2021 “official” ratings kicking off, the summer audience numbers reveal Seven took the crown in prime time with a total people network commercial share of 36.9%, ahead of Nine Network on 36.2% and Network 10 on 26.9%. Seven was also #1 in 16 to 39s and grew its audience share in that age group by 1.8 points over the summer months.

From 6.00am to midnight, Seven scored a total people commercial share of 40.3%, ahead of Nine on 35.8% and 10 on 23.9%, and ranked #1 in 25 to 54s and 16 to 39s.

7NEWS at 6.00pm had an average national audience of 1.39 million across the summer, compared with Nine News’ 1.1 million. Sunrise’s national audience of 442,000 put it well ahead of Nine’s Today (291,000).

Across the summer, 7plus was the #1 commercial free to air BVOD service, securing a share of 40.6%, ahead of 9Now on 40.2% and 10play on 19.2%. 7plus’ growth far outstripped the competition, growing viewership 49% year-on-year, compared to 35% for 10play and just 4% for 9Now.

Across the day, from Sunrise at breakfast through to 7NEWS in the evening and into prime time, we owned summer TV.

7NEWS, Sunrise and The Morning Show kept viewers informed and engaged, while the Australia-India Test series kept them on the edge of their seats.

Our success over summer gave us a great platform to launch our 2021 prime time content line up. That kicked off with Holey Moley, which was an out-of-the-box hit this week, delivering an average national audience of 1.18 million, huge year-on-year timeslot growth and sweeping all key age groups. Its first three episodes helped secure us the week, including wins in all key age groups.

We’re fully loaded and ready to go for 2021, with the biggest and best prime time content including Ultimate Tag, Big Brother, Dancing With The Stars: All Stars, Farmer Wants A Wife, The Voice and SAS Australia; the best sport with the AFL, Supercars and of course the Tokyo Summer Olympics; and constant hits including 7NEWS, Sunrise, The Chase, The Morning Show, Home and Away and Better Homes and Gardens.

Angus Ross, Seven’s Director of Network Programming

The success and growth year-on-year of 7NEWS, 7NEWS.com.au, Sunrise, Holey Moley and other great content over the summer months is the perfect start to the year for Seven and 7plus.

Our entertainment line-up for 2021 for Seven and 7plus is the freshest and most disruptive content slate we have ever created. It has been developed and acquired to ensure we maintain the audience growth and momentum from the second half of 2020 in the key demographic of 25 to 54.

Our sport content will be the largest marketing platform ever created across broadcast and digital, including what will be the most watched event in the past 20 years – the Tokyo Summer Olympics in July and August – the 2021 AFL Premiership Season, horse racing and Supercars.

Seven will help bring brands closer to and integrated in the largest and most anticipated cultural moments of 2021. We will also offer the most comprehensive and exciting data opportunities in market, supported by new innovations to drive enhanced viewer and advertiser engagement.

Kurt Burnette, Seven West Media Chief Revenue Officer

Source: OzTAM (Metro Broadcast, National BVOD), RegionalTAM (Comb. Agg Markets). Summer 2020/21: 29/11/2020-6/2/2021. Summer 2019/20: 1/12/2019-8/2/2020. National: Metro + Regional. Overall: 0600-2400, Primetime: 1800-2400. Metro Broadcast Commercial Network Shares. National BVOD (Live + VOD) CFTA Shares (24 hour day). 6pm News (Seven/Nine M-F 1800-1830), Sunrise/Today (Seven/Nine M-F 0700-0900). Holey Moley Australia: 1-3/2/2021 broadcasts national average overnight audience, excludes encores/repeats.

Sunrise and The Morning Show

Sunrise and The Morning Show on top

By 7NEWS, SEVEN

#1 in ratings year and #1 as summer starts

Fresh from winning the 2020 ratings battle, Sunrise and The Morning Show’s dominance of breakfast and morning TV is rolling into summer.

Last week Sunrise was the #1 breakfast TV program with an average 448,000 viewers nationally and a big lead over its nearest rival. The Morning Show also claimed the #1 spot, with 215,000 viewers nationally.

Eleven share points greater than its nearest commercial rival. A staggering result for Sunrise in 2020, maintaining the record ratings of 2019, reflecting how Australia chose to wake up and get their news and information.

From 5.30am through to 9am and then The Morning Show through to 11.30am, our teams delivered the most watched daily six hours of live television across the country every morning of every week. In television nothing can be taken for granted, least of all a trusting and expanding audience.

Craig McPherson, Network Director of News and Public Affairs

This has been a year like no other. Bringing breaking news to viewers has been a logistical challenge, but it has also never been more crucial. We are grateful to Australia for trusting Sunrise in even larger numbers during these times. I thank Kochie, Sam, Nat, Beretts, Eddy, Sam Mac and the entire team behind the cameras for their hard work and their dedication. Most importantly, thank you for watching.

Michael Pell, Executive Producer, Sunrise

In a trying year, the true test of a program is the loyalty of its viewers. To remain #1 for 13 years is more than an achievement – it’s a privilege, and one Larry, Kylie and the team don’t take for granted. We can’t wait to be back in 2021.

Sarah Stinson, Executive Producer, The Morning Show,

2020 highlights

SUNRISE:

  • • #1 breakfast TV program nationally and in Sydney, Melbourne, Queensland, Adelaide and Perth
  • • Won every day of the survey year, for the second year in a row
  • • Averaged 480,000 daily viewers nationally, 279,000 in the capital cities
  • • Reached over 2.5 million national viewers on average each week
  • • Increased audience year-on-year
  • • Double-digit audience growth in Sydney across key demographics
  • • Dominated key demographics including 25 to 54s, 18 to 49s and shoppers

THE MORNING SHOW:

  • • #1 morning TV program nationally and in all capital cities
  • • Won its timeslot for survey year
  • • Averaged 252,000 daily viewers nationally, 151,000 in the capital cities
  • • Reached 1.75 million national viewers on average each week
  • • Up 5% on 2019 in 25 to 54s, up 8% in 16 to 39s, up 13% in total people
  • • Dominated key demographics including 25 to 54s, 18 to 49s and shoppers

Get involved:
Facebook @Sunrise @morningshowon7
Twitter @sunriseon7 @morningshowon7
Instagram sunriseon7 morningshowon7
#SunriseOn7 #TMS7
7plus

Source: OzTAM (Metro), RegionalTAM (Comb. Agg Markets). Combined/National: Metro + Regional. W/C 29/11/2020. Network National Reach estimate based on Metro + Regional for minimum of 5 consecutive minutes of Sunrise/TMS (includes Early/Late/Weekends) viewed on Seven Network. Average audience based on Sunrise/Today, TMS/Today-Extra (excludes Early, Late, Weekends). Data: Overnight

Woolworths Carols In The Domain_Larry Emdur and Kylie Gillies

Have yourself a merry little Christmas

By SEVEN

Woolworths Carols in the Domain on Channel 7 and 7plus

Woolworths Carols In The Domain_Larry Emdur and Kylie Gillies

The stars of the Seven Network’s The Morning Show, Kylie Gillies and Larry Emdur, are honoured to co-host the 2020 Woolworths Carols in the Domain.

The 38th Carols in the Domain will this year be held at the Aware Super Theatre in a special made-for-television event to be broadcast on Channel 7 and 7plus on Wednesday, 23 December from 7.30pm.

The hosts of Australia’s #1 morning television program will be joined by Carols’ best-ever chorus of performers to ‘hang a shining star’ and celebrate Australia’s most-loved Christmas tradition, with special appearances from the jolly big man himself, Santa Claus, and family favourites The Wiggles and Mickey and Minnie Mouse.


Carols viewers will be treated to an exclusive performance from one of the world’s biggest-selling artists of all time, while Home and Away star Penny McNamee will take to the stage for her fourth Carols as a solo performer to sing some of her favourite holiday classics.

It’s the most wonderful time of the year! I know they’re the lyrics to a Christmas carol, but it seems appropriate to quote it. Now, more than ever, we realise the value of being together, of giving thanks and being in the moment. Carols is the perfect chance to celebrate that – whether you’re at the event or tucked up on the couch with your kids or loved ones.

Kylie Gillies

This is exactly what we need right now. It’s been such a complicated and trying year for so many families. We’re thrilled to be part of this wonderful tradition, the sole purpose of which is to spread love and happiness.

Larry Emdur

Other artists confirmed to perform on the 2020 Woolworths Carols in the Domain stage so far include:

  • Hugh Sheridan
  • Todd McKenney
  • Leo Sayer
  • Rachael Beck
  • Mark Vincent
  • Amber Lawrence
  • The Wiggles
  • The Tap Pack
  • Drummer Queens
  • Sydney Youth Orchestra
  • The Salvation Army Choir
  • Janice Breen Performance Studio
  • Ed5 International Dancers

More performers will be announced in the coming weeks.

Be sure to pick up a copy of New Idea – the official print partner of the 2020 Woolworths Carols in the Domain – on shelves from Monday, 14 December. The issue includes the official event guide featuring a free carols songbook and exclusive interviews with the hosts and performers.

2020 Woolworths Carols in the Domain
Wednesday, 23 December from 7.30pm on Channel 7 and 7plus

Get involved:
Facebook @Channel7 @CarolsDomain
Twitter @Channel7 @CarolsDomain
Instagram @Channel7 @CarolsDomain
#WoolworthsCarolsInTheDomain #CarolsInTheDomain #WeLoveChristmas

Home and Away

Home and Away: Australia’s #1 drama

By SEVEN
Home and Away

With its incredible 33rd season wrapping up last night, Home and Away has once again proven it has the heart of the nation by outrating all other Australian dramas on commercial TV this year.

Across its 2020 season, Home and Away delivered an average total video audience of 1,119,000. Broadcast averaged 989,000 including 610,000 in the capital cities and BVOD audience of 130,000.

On 7plus (Australia’s #1 commercial free to air BVOD platform), Home and Away has consistently delivered significant audiences across 2020, with over 560 million minutes of the drama streamed on VOD across the year.

Seven’s Network Director of Programming, Angus Ross, said the success of the much-loved series this year was even more remarkable than normal, given the impact of COVID-19 on production.

Home and Away’s success this year is a fantastic result given the nine-week production shutdown in March, April and May and the ongoing production challenges since then. The show’s amazing team ensured it didn’t miss a beat on air.

To close out the year as the #1 Australian drama given the circumstances is a well-deserved achievement for everyone involved in its production. It’s easy to see why all of us at Seven love Home and Away, and it is great to once again see that love reflected in our audience numbers.

Angus Ross, Seven’s Network Director of Programming

The place of Home and Away at 7.00pm, four nights a week, demonstrates its key role in our content spine. It keeps viewers engaged with Seven, helping deliver great results for our partners out of 7NEWS and into our 7.30pm programming.

Home and Away’s success on 7plus further amplifies its importance to our schedule and gives partners another great way to reach the dedicated and passionate audience that the show has built over the past 33 seasons.

Natalie Harvey, Seven’s Network Sales Director

Home and Away will return to Channel 7 and 7plus for its 34th season in early 2021.

Home and Away in 2020:

• #1 Australian drama series on commercial free-to-air TV
• Total video audience over 1.1 million
• #1 streamed drama series on BVOD
• Reached over 1 million people on 7plus
• BVOD audience grew 13% on 2019 season
• 1.9 million total social followers
• 229 million social impressions
• 20 million total social engagements
• 47.8 million social video views

Content spine

Seven in 2020: #1 in news, sport, digital

By 7plus, SEVEN

#1 program of 2020: AFL Grand Final
#1 winter sport: AFL, up 12% on 2019
#1 news program of 2020: 7NEWS
#1 breakfast TV program of 2020: Sunrise
#1 Australian drama of 2020: Home and Away
#1 commercial free to air BVOD platform: 7plus
#1 news website for 18 to 39s: 7NEWS.com.au
#1 network June to November
#1 multichannel group: 7two, 7mate, 7flix
And three new tentpole hits: Big Brother, Farmer Wants A Wife, SAS Australia

The most-watched TV program of the year, the #1 news and current affairs programs, the launch of three hit new tentpole shows – including the biggest new show of 2020 –and strong audience share growth in the second half of the year were among the highlights for the Seven Network across the 2020 ratings season.

Seven’s success on broadcast TV was matched by the remarkable growth of 7plus, which saw growth of 80% and ended the year as the #1 commercial free to air TV BVOD platform ahead of all its commercial rivals.

Thanks to an unbeatable regular content line-up that includes Sunrise, The Morning Show, The Chase, 7NEWS, Home and Away and Better Homes and Gardens; prime time hits including Big Brother, Farmer Wants A Wife, SAS Australia (the #1 new show of the year) and The All New Monty Guys and Gals; and the high-rating AFL season, Seven Network and Channel 7 were #1 from 6am to midnight.

In prime time, Seven Network increased its audience share during the June to November period, adding 3.8 share points in 25 to 54s, 6.5 points in 16 to 39s and 3.5 points in total people. From June to November, Seven Network was #1 in total people and 16 to 39s.

7two, 7mate and 7flix added to the success, ranking as the #1 multichannel group across 2020.

Our new content-led strategy of outsourcing proven international formats, coupled with our market-leading news and sport content, has produced strong results this year.

The great performance of Big Brother, Farmer Wants A Wife, SAS Australia, 7NEWS, the AFL and more drove strong growth in our audiences in the key demographics of 25-54s and 16-39s during the second half of 2020.

We’ve shown only glimpse of our best this year and that got us to about half a percentage point from being the most watched network in the country.

Next year we will have all our returning hits, big new shows, the content that was delayed this year because of COVID, our first-class Olympics coverage, our winning news and sport schedules, and a few surprises we haven’t revealed yet. Bring on 2021.

James Warburton, Seven West Media Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer

SEVEN’S SECOND HALF GROWTH

Commercial audience shares (%)

NetworkFebruary to MayJune to NovemberPercentage point change 
Total PeopleSeven35.238.8+3.5
 Nine39.137.3-1.8
 1025.723.9-1.8
25 to 54sSeven31.134.9+3.8
 Nine39.236.6-2.6
 1029.728.5-1.2
16 to 39sSeven30.236.6+6.5
 Nine37.933.4-4.5
 1031.929.9-2.0

NEWS AND PUBLIC AFFAIRS

7NEWS:

• 1.64 million viewers nationally, 1.06 million in the capital cities
• #1 news program
• Won every week of the survey year
• Up 8% on 2019 in 25 to 54s, up 10% in total people
7NEWS.com.au:
• #1 news website for 18 to 39s
• Up 40% in 2019 in average monthly reach

Sunrise:
• 480,000 viewers nationally, 279,000 in the capital cities
• #1 breakfast TV program
• Won every day of the survey year, for the second year in a row

The Latest:
• 366,000 viewers nationally, 240,000 in the capital cities
• Up 59% on 2019 in 25 to 54s and 16 to 39s, up 63% in total people

The Morning Show:
• 252,000 viewers nationally, 151,000 in the capital cities
• #1 morning TV program
• Won its timeslot for survey year
• Up 5% on 2019 in 25 to 54s, up 8% in 16 to 39s, up 13% in total people

7NEWS SPECIALS

7NEWS Presents – Murder In The Outback: The Falconio & Lees Mystery:
• 1.72 million viewers nationally, 1.1 million in the capital cities
• #1 in timeslot in total people
• Lifted timeslot audience 22% in 25 to 54s, 12% in 16 to 39s, 43% in total people

7NEWS: Coronavirus Special:
• 1.42 million viewers nationally, 955,000 in the capital cities
• Lifted timeslot audience 9% in 25 to 54s, 6% in 16 to 39s, 14% in total people

7NEWS: Ben Cousins – Coming Clean:
• 1.16 million viewers nationally, 811,000 in the capital cities
• Lifted timeslot audience 8% in 25 to 54s

7NEWS Presents – Cruising, The Biggest Storm:
• 1.07 million viewers nationally, 703,000 in the capital cities
• Lifted timeslot audience 29% in 25 to 54s, 70% in 16 to 39s, 20% in total people

7NEWS Spotlight – The Lindy Tapes:
• 1.02 million viewers nationally, 637,000 in the capital cities
• #1 in timeslot in total people
• Lifted timeslot audience 18% in 25 to 54s, 19% in 16 to 39s, 9% in total people

SPORT

AFL Grand Final:
• 3.86 million viewers nationally, 3.01 million in the capital cities
• #1 program of 2020
• Up 41% on 2019 in 25 to 54s, 48% in 16 to 39s, 36% in total people
• #1 in timeslot in 25 to 54s, 16 to 39s and total people
• 17.6 million streaming minutes streamed, up 257% on 2019

AFL Grand Final Presentations:
• 2.88 million viewers nationally, 2.29 million in the capital cities
• Up 19% on 2019 in 25 to 54s, 24% in 16 to 39s, 15% in total people
• #1 in timeslot in 25 to 54s, 16 to 39s and total people

AFL Grand Final On The Ground:
• 2.8 million viewers nationally, 2.19 million in the capital cities
• Up 39% on 2019 in 25 to 54s, 56% in 16 to 39s, 36% in total people
• #1 in timeslot in 25 to 54s, 16 to 39s and total people

AFL Grand Final Pre Match Entertainment:
• 1.95 million viewers nationally, 1.49 million in the capital cities
• Up 91% on 2019 in 25 to 54s, 106% in 16 to 39s, 92% in total people
• #1 in timeslot in 25 to 54s, 16 to 39s and total people

AFL Finals Series:
• 1.21 million viewers nationally, 932,000 in the capital cities
• Up 8% in 2019 in 25 to 54s, 21% in 16 to 39s, 11% in total people
• #1 in timeslot in footy markets in 25 to 54s, 16 to 39s and total people

AFL Premiership Season:
• 723,000 viewers nationally, 548,000 in the capital cities
• #1 winter sport on TV
• Up 10% on 2019 in 25 to 54s, 22% in 16 to 39s, 7% in total people
• #1 in timeslot in footy markets in 25 to 54s, 16 to 39s and total people

The Front Bar:
• 469,000 viewers nationally, 360,000 in the capital cities

Horse Racing:
100th Cox Plate Race:
• 600,000 viewers nationally, 436,000 in the capital cities
• Up 87% on 2019 in total people
Golden Eagle:
• 227,000 viewers nationally, 137,000 in the capital cities for the race.

ENTERTAINMENT

Farmer Wants A Wife:
• Finale: 1.59 million viewers nationally, 1.01 million in the capital cities
• Series: 1.42 million viewers nationally, 903,000 in the capital cities
• Series: Lifted timeslot audience 28% in 25 to 54s, 28% in 16 to 39s, 14% in total people
• Reached 941,000 people on digital
• 142 million minutes streamed

Fire Fight Australia (Concert/Final Performance):
• 1.56 million viewers nationally, 1.0 million in the capital cities
• #1 in timeslot in total people
• Lifted timeslot audience 79% in 25 to 54s, 71% in 16 to 39s, 81% in total people

Big Brother:
• Finale – Winner Announced: 1.29 million viewers nationally, 905,000 in the capital cities
• Finale: 1.17 million viewers nationally, 798,000 in the capital cities
• Series: 1.15 million viewers nationally, 816,000 in the capital cities
• Series: Lifted timeslot audience 69% in 25 to 54s, 90% in 16 to 39s, 26% in total people
• Reached 1.4 million people on digital
• Biggest launch of entertainment program on commercial free to air BVOD
• 290 million minutes streamed
• Over 101 million total social media impressions
• #BBAU or Housemates trended nationally on Twitter during every episode
• 8.3 million social engagements
• 25.4 million social video views

The All New Monty Guys and Gals:
• 1.21 million viewers nationally, 820,000 in the capital cities
• Lifted timeslot audience 16% in 16 to 39s
• Reached 210,000 people on digital
• 13 million minutes streamed

SAS Australia:
• Biggest new show of 2020
• 1.12 million viewers nationally, 791,000 in the capital cities
• Lifted timeslot audience 85% in 25 to 54s, 91% in 16 to 39s, 58% in total people
• Reached 925,000 people on digital
• Premiere episode recorded a BVOD audience of 414,000, a new record for 7plus
• 127 million minutes streamed
• 92 million social impressions
• 34 million social video views

Beat The Chasers:
• 1.03 million viewers nationally, 647,000 in the capital cities
• Lifted timeslot audience 37% in total people
• 5.5 million minutes streamed

Home and Away:
• 1.0 million viewers nationally, 617,000 in the capital cities
• #1 Australian drama on commercial free-to-air
• Reached 1.1 million people on digital
• Most streamed drama series on BVOD
• BVOD audience up 13% on 2019
• 1.9 million total social followers
• 229 million social impressions
• 20 million total social engagements
• 47.8 million social video views

The Chase:
• 965,000 viewers nationally, 593,000 in the capital cities
• Won every week of the survey year
• Up 4% on 2019 in total people

Better Homes and Gardens:
• 870,000 viewers nationally, 533,000 in the capital cities
• #1 lifestyle show
• #1 in timeslot for total people and grocery shoppers
• Reached 506,000 people on digital
• BVOD streaming minutes up 62% on 2019

7PLUS

• #1 commercial free to air BVOD platform
• 42.7% share of commercial free to air BVOD market
• Up 80% on 2019 in streaming minutes

7TWO, 7MATE, 7FLIX

• #1 multichannel combination
• 7two: #1 multichannel in target market of women 25 and older
• 7mate: #1 multichannel in target markets of 25 to 54s and men 18 to 54

TOP 30 OF 2020

RankProgram NameNetworkNationalMetroRegional
1Seven’s AFL: Grand Final: Richmond v GeelongSeven 3,859,0003,011,000848,000
2NRL Grand Final Day – MatchNine 2,984,0002,106,000878,000
3Seven’s AFL: Grand Final: PresentationsSeven 2,877,0002,290,000587,000
4Seven’s AFL: Grand Final: On the GroundSeven 2,802,0002,191,000611,000
5State of Origin Rugby League Qld v NSW 3rd – MatchNine 2,732,0001,894,000856,000
6State of Origin Rugby League NSW v Qld 2nd – MatchNine 2,446,0001,654,000792,000
7State of Origin Rugby League Qld v NSW 1st – MatchNine 2,404,0001,606,000798,000
8The Block – Winner AnnouncedNine 2,370,0001,792,000578,000
9Lego Masters – Winner AnnouncedNine 2,158,0001,630,000528,000
10MasterChef Australia – The Winner Announced102,062,0001,576,000486,000
11Seven’s AFL: Grand Final: Pre Match EntertainmentSeven 1,953,0001,487,000466,000
12The Block – Grand FinalNine 1,918,0001,431,000487,000
13Married At First Sight – The Final Dinner PartyNine 1,901,0001,432,000469,000
14Lego Masters – LaunchNine 1,875,0001,391,000484,000
15Melbourne Cup Carnival: Melbourne Cup  -Race101,869,0001,412,000457,000
16Lego Masters – FinaleNine 1,826,0001,386,000440,000
17The Masked Singer Australia – The Final Reveal101,730,0001,237,000493,000
187NEWS Presents – Murder In The OutbackSeven1,723,0001,095,000628,000
19Australian Ninja Warrior Winner AnnouncedNine 1,721,0001,272,000449,000
20MasterChef Australia – Grand Finale Part 2101,690,0001,300,000390,000
21NRL Grand Final Day EntertainmentNine1,628,0001,146,000482,000
22Fire Fight Australia Concert  LateSeven 1,599,0001,031,000568,000
23Farmer Wants A Wife – FinaleSeven 1,587,0001,010,000577,000
24Fire Fight Australia ConcertSeven 1,558,000991,000567,000
25Australian Ninja Warrior Grand FinalNine 1,545,0001,144,000401,000
26The Voice – LaunchNine1,536,0001,082,000454,000
27MasterChef Australia – Grand Finale Part 1101,505,0001,195,000310,000
28Seven’s AFL: Saturday Night Football Finals (Preliminary Final 2: Brisbane v Geelong)Seven 1,493,0001,154,000339,000
29Farmer Wants A Wife – LaunchSeven 1,492,000985,000507,000
30Fire Fight Australia Final PerformanceSeven 1,491,000947,000544,000

Source: OzTAM (Metro Broadcast, National BVOD), RegionalTAM (Comb. Agg Markets). Combined/National: Metro + Regional. 2020 Survey Year: Wks 7-48 (excludes Summer and Easter). Metro Network CShares, 1800-2400; 2nd half (Wks 2448), 1st half Wks 7-23 excl Easter). Program/timeslot growth year-on-year based on metro. Top event programs excludes regular series. AFL Grand Final match most watched program combined and metro. AFL growth based on Seven Network full seasons 2020 v 2019 average metro audience. #1 claims for News and Sunrise vs similar competitor programs airing in similar timezone. Home and Away #1 Aussie Drama for regular series (3 or more eps) nationally. The Chase Australia #1 game show for daily program. #1 multi-channel groups for prime time (1800-2400). Sunrise wins every day (0600-0900) vs Today, The Morning Show wins timeslot vs Today Extra, News Hour (M-F) and The Chase Australia wins every week vs Nine News Hour and Hot Seat. Program averages; News hour (M-F 1800-1900), The Chase Aust excludes 5pm, Sunrise (0700-0900), The Morning Show (excl Extra). Top 30 Events is for the 2020 Survey Year (excl Summer and Easter), FTA Programs, Total Individuals, Average Audience, Combined: Metro + Regional.

BVOD: OzTAM VPM 3.1, reach, total minutes (Live + VOD), YOY exclude co-viewing minutes. #1 commercial free to air BVOD share, 7plus growth 2020 v 2019 Wks 7-48 total (live + VOD) streaming minutes, excludes co-viewing for growth.

7NEWS.com.au: Nielsen DCR monthly tagged, digital C/M, avg monthly UA 2020 Jan-Oct, YOY based on Jun-Dec 2019 avg monthly UA (7NEWS launch date), Jan-Oct 2020 avg monthly UA.

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