CBS #1 Network For Week Of 11.04.19

 

 

 

CBS Powers To The Top This Past Week with an average of 6.354 million viewers, led by Tuesday with ‘NCIS’ and the dominating Friday led by ‘Hawaii Five-0’ & ‘Blue Bloods’.

MONDAY

Net Millions

ESPN13.440 (#1 program ‘Monday Night Football’)

NBC 6.320 (#1 non-sport program ‘Voice’)

ABC 5.823

CBS 5.527

FOX 4.606

FNC 2.984

MSN 2.284

USA 2.136

CNN 0.920

CW 0.337

TUESDAY

Net Millions

CBS 8.679 (#1 program ‘NCIS’ 10.880)

NBC 7.196

ABC 7.145

FNC 3.233 (#1 cable program ‘Tucker Carlson Tonight’)

FOX 2.943

MSN 2.709

ESPN 2.480

CW 0.903

FX 0.840

WEDNESDAY

Net Millions

NBC 7.404 (#1 program ‘Chicago Med’ 8.089)

FOX 7.105

CBS 5.060

ABC 3.267

FNC 3.169

MSN 2.641 (#1 cable program ‘Rachel Maddow Show’)

ESPN 1.423

CW 0.686

THURSDAY

Net Millions

FOX   13.074 (#1 program ‘NFL Thursday Night Football OAK v LAC)

CBS 5.486 (#1 non-sport program ‘Young Sheldon 8.832)

ABC 4,274

FNC 3.382

NBC 2.656

MSN 2.599 

ESPN 2.389

NFL 2.120

CNN 1.045

CW 0.945

FRIDAY

Net Millions 

CBS  7.020 (#1 program ‘Blue Bloods’ )

NBC 3.655  

FOX 2.618

ABC 2.588

CW 0.497

For The Week Of 11/04-11/08/2019

Net Millions (Average)

CBS 6.354

FOX 6.069

NBC 5.446

ABC 4.619

CW 0.674

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FOX Wins Week With Sports. Facebook Ad Metric Changes.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

FOX dominated this past week with sports, averaging over 11.9 million viewers in the five weekdays.

MONDAY

Net                Millions

ESPN 9975 (NFL Football Top Program)

NBC   6640 (The Voice Top non-sport program)

CBS   5958

ABC   5280

FOX   5824

FNC   3186

TLC    2805

MSNBC 2352

USA   2133

CNN 1003

CW        615

TUESDAY

Net                Millions

FOX           15424 (World Series Gm#6 Top Program)

NBC 6620 (NCIS-Rerun Top non-sport program)

CBS 6376 

ABC 3517

FNC 2886

MSNBC 2432

CW 1121

CNN 1059

WEDNESDAY

Net                Millions

FOX           23013 (World Series Nat’s v Astros Gm#7 Top Program)

NBC 7231 (Chicago Med Top non-sport program)

CBS 4734

ABC 3174

FNC 2817

MSNBC 2215

CNN   977

CW   712

THURSDAY

Net                Millions

FOX           13025 (NFL Football (SF v AZ) Top Program)

ABC 4106

CBS 3548 (Young Sheldon-Rerun Top non-sport program)

FNC 3304

NBC 3045

MSNBC 2371

NFL 2095

ESPN 1126

CNN 1083

CW   756

FRIDAY

Net                Millions

CBS 6966 (Blue Bloods Top program)

NBC 3656

ABC 3163

FOX 2543

CW   527

For The Week (Oct 28-Nov 1, 2019)

 

 

 

 

 

For The Week (Oct 28-Nov 1, 2019)

Net                Millions

FOX           11966

CBS 5516

NBC 5438

ABC 3848

CW   824

Digital

Facebook Announced Changes to Ad Metrics, Including Removal of 10-Second Video Views.
Facebook is removing its 10-second video view metrics, which includes ’10-Second Video Views’, ‘Cost per 10-Second Video View’. For more, go to:https://www.facebook.com/CNASophis/
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Washington Nationals World Championship Win Dominates TV Wednesday

The deciding game of this year’s World Series pulled in huge numbers for FOX in the Wednesday primetime ratings.

The network’s Game 7 broadcast won the night with over 23,013 million viewers, with a 5.6 average rating in adults 18-49.

That makes it, by a wide margin, the highest-rated and most-watched game of the 2019 series.

It finished well ahead of the 4.6 rating and 17.63 million viewer audience that last year’s World Series closer scored.

The Nationals’ title-clinching win, peaked with 27.06 million viewers from 11-11:15 PM (EDT).

Game 7 ranks as the seventh-most watched Major League Baseball game in the past 15 years, and is tied as the eighth-highest rated.

It also ranks as the top non-football sporting event of the year, topping the previous marks of 11.6 and 19.63 million for the Virginia-Texas Tech men’s college basketball national championship. The World Series has delivered the top non-football audience in three of four years, each for a Game #7.

Locally, Game #7 averaged a 42.7 rating and 63 share in Houston — down 9% from Astros-Dodgers in ’17 (47.1).

In victorious Washington D.C., it averaged a 31.8/53, the market’s highest for any MLB telecast since at least 1998. The local rating, which peaked at a 39.2/74 from 11:45 PM (EDT) through Midnight, exceeded the Capitals’ Stanley Cup Final clincher last year (25.2).

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Baseball Tops Football On Saturday In Prime Time. FOX Leads The Way.

The two power teams of the American League faced off against each other for the first game of the NLCS in Houston, TX, Saturday evening, and the New York Yankees demolished the home Astros 7-0 as Tanaka pitches a gem and Torres sets records hitting. This gave FOX the #1 spot on Saturday evening in prime time with an average 5,694 million viewers.

#1 FOX Baseball Yankees vs Astros 5.694 million viewers.                                                             #2 ABC Football Penn State vs Iowa 3.557 million viewers.                                                           #3 NBC Football USC vs Notre Dame 3.043 million viewers.                                                              #4 CBS Reruns (NCIS & All Rise) & 48 Hours 3.027 million viewers

Broadcast prime time on Saturday drew 15.321 million viewers.

Social Media Note

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Rise Of Social Commerce For Your Brand. The biggest movement in retail is social commerce…the use of social networking sites as a vehicle to sell your product and/or services. Considering over half of all shippers follow brands on social media to view new products, there is no denying the potential for social feeds to drive sales. It is critical for your business.http://bit.ly/2M9DcNr #cnasophis

 

 

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ABC Top Broadcast Network in the U.S. on Saturday. How Many People Use Facebook Messenger?

ABC won its first night in prime time of the new television season on Saturday with an average 5.544 million viewers who watched the Ohio State vs Nebraska Big Ten football game from Lincoln, NE. It was twice as large as any of the other networks for this evening.

CBS finished #1 with an average 2.593 million viewers with ’48 Hours’ as their top program drawing 3.288 million viewers. It was the top ‘non-sport’ program on Saturday.

NBC had a complete evening of reruns and finished with an average 2.509 million viewers.

FOX, presented the Chicago Cubs victory over the St. Louis Cardinals and drew an average 1.778 million viewers.

Overall, the broadcast networks finished with 12.423 million viewers in prime time on Saturday evening.

Late Night

Season 45 premiere of ‘Saturday Night Live’ drew a 4.1 rating in metered-market households. That is near the audience with “SNL’s” season finale in May. It is down from last year’s season 44 premiere.

Media Note

According to eMarketer, the number of US Facebook Messenger users in 2020 will be 117.6 million users. WhatsApp users will approximate 68.1 million. #cnasophis 💡📱📰

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CBS Top Broadcast Network on Friday in the U.S. Hawaii Blue Rules. Which Social Media Platform Generates the Most Return Visitors to Online Media Sites?

CBS was the top overall and broadcast network Friday as the two Hawaii based shows, ‘Hawaii Five-O’, ‘Magnum P.I.’ and the top rated show of the evening, ‘Blue Bloods’ drew an average 6,692 million viewers in prime time.

‘Blue Bloods’ topped all programs on television with an average 7,818 million viewers.

#1  CBS  6,692 million viewers

#2 NBC  3,307 million viewers

#3  ABC  3,135 million viewers

#4  FOX  1,328 million viewers

#5  The CW  801,000 viewers

Note: Cable network and program ratings for Friday will not be available until Monday.

The average Broadcast Network reach, Monday thru Friday for the first week of the season averaged 24,456 per evening in prime time.

For the week:

FOX 6,989 million viewers on average per day in prime time (M-F) Won Wednesday & Thursday

CBS  6,633 million viewers on average per day in prime time (M-F) Won Tuesday & Friday

NBC  5,634 million viewers on average per day in prime time (M-F) Won Monday

ABC 4,526 million viewers on average per day in prime time (M-F)

The CW 647,000 viewers on average per day in prime time (M-F)

Broadcast Television Audience for the Week (M-F)

Monday  26,486 million viewers in prime time.

Tuesday 25,045 million viewers in prime time.

Wednesday 24,882 million viewers in prime time.

Thursday 30,357 million viewers in prime time.

Friday 15,311 million viewers in prime time.

Which Social Media Platform Generates the Most Return Visitors to Online Media Sites? Facebook, of course. And what about the rest? http://bit.ly/2lX8f4T 💡

 

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FOX #1 Broadcast Network Thursday in the U.S. NFL Network #1 Cable Network.

FOX finished as the top network on Thursday as ‘NFL Thursday Night Football’ finished as the top program with an average 16,357 million viewers as the Philadelphia Eagles topped the Green Bay Packers at Lambeau Field.

NFL Network finished as the top cable network Thursday with an average 3,546 million viewers. FNC’s ‘Hannity’ was the top cable program with an average 4,002 million viewers.

#1  FOX  16,357 million viewers

#2  CBS  5,936 million viewers

#3  ABC  4,640 million viewers

#4  NFL  3,546 million viewers

#5  FNC  3,545 million viewers

#6  NBC  2,892 million viewers

#7  MSNBC  2,664 million viewers

#8  CNN  1,372 million viewers

#9  Food  791,000 viewers

#10 The CW 531,000 viewers

 

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