CBS #1 Thursday in the U.S. BBC One #1 in the UK. Seven #1 in Australia.

‘It’s All About Screens.’ This is the Daily Diary of Screens. On Thursday, October 15, 2015, CBS finished #1 as ‘‘Thursday Night Football’‘ was the top program. BBC One #1 in the UK as ‘The Apprentice UK’ was the top program. Seven finished #1 in Australia as Ten’s ‘The Bachelorette Australia’ was the top programs. There are 3.734 Billion Unique Mobile Users as of this quarter, accounting for a 51% worldwide penetration. Direct uploads of user videos to Facebook now exceed YouTube. 88% of Twitter users are on mobile. The Google+1 button is hit 5 billion times per day. 80% of Internet users on Pinterest are female. LinkedIn has 347 million registered members. 600 million users on Whatsapp. FRIDAY AUSTRALIAN OVERNIGHT TV RATINGS (*SEE BELOW)

Today, traditional TV still accounts for the lion’s share of video viewing, but online and mobile are where the growth is. When managed together, TV/digital/mobile hold the potential to drive real impact for advertisers—enabling them to maximize the customers they reach and/or reinforce key messaging across screens. After all, ‘It’s all about screens’.

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For Thursday, October 15, 2015 (Posted on October 16, 2015)

CBS #1 Thursday as 'Thursday Night Football' top program.

CBS #1 Thursday as ‘Thursday Night Football’ top program.


CBS

The Tiffany Network had pro football and that won the evening. At 8P, ‘Thursday Night Football Kick Off’ finished with an average 8.25 million viewers and a 4.5/8. At 830P, ‘Thursday Night Football’ with the New Orleans Saints defeating the Atlanta Falcons, 31-21, in New Orleans, delivered the Atlanta Falcons their first defeat of the season, and averaged 14.78 million viewers and an 8.4/14 .

TBS

Ted’s Baseball Station finished as the #1 cable network on Thursday because it had the big baseball game in the two biggest markets in America. In a winner-take-all game m Game 5 of the Mets/Dodgers National League Division Series scored an average 7.4 million viewers a 4.5 overnight HH rating on TBS Thursday night, the highest of the postseason thus far (21 telecasts). The previous high was a 5.7 for the Astros/Yankees A.L. Wild Card Game on ESPN. The Mets’ narrow win ranks as the highest rated baseball game on cable in the metered markets since 2011. This postseason has already included the top three games over that span, Thursday’s game, Astros/Yankees, and the Cubs/Pirates N.L. Wild Card Game (5.5). Game 5 had an 18.4 rating in New York, the highest for a Mets game in the market since the team’s NLCS run in 2006. It drew an 11.0 in Los Angeles. As for the game itself, all the money in Magic Johnson’s coffers couldn’t bring a division series win to the LaaLaa Dodgers as they simply did not have the pitching (yes, poor Mr. Greinke) nor hitting (where did all that money go?) or fielding (if you can’t cover third, you deserve to lose). It was the biggest baseball game on cable in four years.

ABC

The Alphabet Network warmed up its case to be #1 after football is over on CBS in a couple of weeks with its solid female centric programming block. At 8P, ‘Grey’s Anatomy’ finished with an average 6.74 million viewers and a 6.3/10. Then at 9P, ‘Scandal’ finished with an average 8.06 million viewers and a 6.4/10. At 10P, ‘How To Get Away With Murder’ finished with an average 6.81 million viewers and a 5.4/9.

NBC

The Peacock Network brought out what it hopes will be a programming block that will grow with fans after football ends. And there was some glimmer of hope. At 8P, ‘Heroes Reborn’ finished with an average 4.01 million viewers and a 2.6/4. At 9P, the powerful ‘The Blacklist’ was as good as it gets on Thursday as Red and Liz battled all night long to prove to the FBI that Liz is good, while Liz does not believe that to be true. It finished with an average 6.93 million viewers and a 4.8/7. Great episode which was Must See TV ON DEMAND. Then at 10P, ‘The Player’ finally got writing, acting and plot correct and could prove to be a superb series if given the chance and an audience that follows. On Thursday, it drew an average 3.99 million viewers and a 2.8/5. Thursday’s episode was a Must See TV ON DEMAND episode and with it is a primer to the first four episodes with some exciting action. While ‘HR’ does not really fit into the mix, ‘The Player’ after ‘The Blacklist’ makes a lot of sense. Now, the decision is up to the viewers. ‘The Blacklist’ is a horse. Is ‘The Player’ an adequate cart.

FOX

The Animal Network of Broadcast had two programs which may not be along next season, provide the entirety of its schedule. At 8P, the great ‘Bones’ finished with an average 5.79 million viewers and a 3.6/6, which finished #3 on broadcast networks in the time slot on Thursday. It still has staying power. But at 9P, ‘Sleepy Hollow’ simply cannot hold any audience as it finished with an average 2.97 million viewers and a 1.8/3. It would be a better fit on The CW as a companion with ‘The Vampire Diaries’.

The CW

The Little Network That Couldn’t had two programs that probably shouldn’t have made it to this new season. At 8P, ‘The Vampire Diaries’ may have drunk all the blood it can fang into as it delivered an average 1.40 million viewers and a 1.1/2. Then at 9P, ‘The Originals’ are looking more like ‘The Copies’ as it finished with an average 1.12 million viewers and an 0.8/1.

Late Night

At 1135P, NBC’s ‘The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon’ with guest Tom Hanks, finished #1 with a 2.9 HH rating and a 7 HH share of the available audience. CBs’ ‘Late Show with Stephen Colbert, delayed by NFL overrun with guest Oprah, finished with a 2.2/7. ABC’s ‘Jimmy Kimmel Live’ with guest Justin Theroux finished with a 2.1/5. At 1235A, NBC’s ‘Late Night with Seth Meyers’ finished with a 1.3/5. CBS’ ‘Late Late Show with James Corden’ which was delayed by the late running NFL game, finished with a 1.2/5. ABC’s ‘Nightline’ finished with an average 1.2/4.

For The Record

CBS finished #1 on Thursday with an average 10.66 million viewers and a 7.8/13. TBS finished #2 overall and #1 cable network Thursday with an average 7.4 million viewers and a 4.5 HH rating. ABC finished with an average 7.64 million viewers and a 6.1/10. NBC finished with an average 4.94 million viewers and a 3.4/6. FOX finished with an average 4.39 million viewers and a 2.7/4. Univision finished with an average 1.70 million viewers and a 1.2/2. Telemundo finished with an average 1.30 million viewers and a 1.0/2. The CW finished with an average million viewers and a 1.0/2.

Today In TV History

On this date in 1957, Elvis Presley made his first appearance on ‘The Louisiana Hayride’.

Cable Television News

Top Cable Programs Thursday 15 October 2015
#1 MLB NLDS Mets v LA TBSC 7.384 million viewers @ 8P
#2 The O’Reilly Factor FOXNC 2.820 million viewers @ 8P
#3 NFL Thu NT Football NFL 2.660 million viewers @ 827P
#4 UCLA vs Stanford ESPN 2.226 million viewers @ 7P
#5 The Kelly File FOXNC 2.101 million viewers @ 9P
#6 WWE Smackdown SYFY 2.090 million viewers @ 8P

Social Media Research
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Social Media Trends From Adoption To Demographics
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More than three-quarters (76%) of internet-using adults – and almost two-thirds (66%) of American adults overall – use at least one social networking site, according to the latest social media adoption report from the Pew Internet & American Life Project. The 66% of adults using social media represents a slight uptick from 62% over the last couple of years, with increases in adoption seen for the 18-29 and 65+ groups, among others.

The following provides a brief overview of adoption trends by demographic group. The Pew report trends adoption rates back to 2005, when social networking use was nascent at just 7% of adults. However, this article takes a more recent look, measuring adoption trends from 2010 (46% of adults) onwards. (See the relevant charts for full trended data to 2005.)

Adoption by Age Group
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There continues to be a strong tilt in adoption towards younger age groups, but the gap has closed over the years. This year, 90% of adults aged 18-29 are social media users, up from 78% in 2010. Not far behind, some 78% of 30-49-year-olds count as social media users, with that figure up from 53% in 2010.

Interestingly, the percentage of 50-64-year-olds who use social networking has been stagnant over the past couple of years. This year, 51% report being social media users, down a point from 52% in 2013 and 2014. Nevertheless, that’s substantially higher than the 33% who reported social media use in 2010.

Meanwhile, the oldest group (65+) has seen the biggest recent spike in usage. This year, 35% of adults aged 65 and older report using social networking sites, a sizable jump from 27% last year, and triple the proportion (11%) from 2010.

Adoption by Gender
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While women are often said to be the more active gender on social media, adoption rates among men and women have remained fairly comparable over the years, with the gap in adoption never exceeding 8 percentage points. This year, 68% of female adults report using at least one social networking site, versus 62% of men. Women have consistently – albeit slightly – outpaced men in usage since at least 2008, though men appear to have been the earliest adopters, with slightly higher rates of usage in 2005 and 2006.

Adoption by Education Level
Over the years, Americans with lower levels of education (high school graduate or less) have been less likely to use social networking sites as those with some college or a college degree. In fact, those with college or graduate degrees and those with some college education (or an Associate degree) have been almost equally likely to be social media users since 2008, though a slight gap has opened up this year.

Specifically:

76% of Americans with a college or graduate degree use social media, up from 55% in 2010;
70% of those with some college or an Associate degree use social media, up from 56% in 2010; and
54% of American adults with a high school degree or less use social media, up from 35% in 2010.

Adoption by Household Income
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As with the age segmentation, there appears to be a trend in adoption when sorting by household income, with adoption increasing alongside household income.

This year, 78% of adults with household income of at least $75k use social networking sites, up from 58% in 2010. Among those with $50-75k in household income, adoption has grown from 52% to 72% over that period, while among the $30-50k group, social media use has increased from 49% to 69%.

The lowest-income group (less than $30k) actually reports a slight dip in social media usage this year, with the 56% adoption rate down slightly from 58% last year and 57% the year before. While adoption has – unsurprisingly – grown from 39% in 2010, the lowest-income group has consistently been the least likely to use social media over the past decade.

Adoption by Race/Ethnicity

As with the gender segmentation, there are few differences when sorting social media use by race and ethnicity. While Hispanics proved the earliest adopters – in being the most likely to social media from 2005 through 2008 – there have been fewer disparities since then. In 2010, for example, adoption was almost equal among non-Hispanics Whites (46%), Hispanics (45%) and non-Hispanic Blacks (43%).

However, the survey results this year show a dip in usage among non-Hispanic blacks, down 4 percentage points to 56% adoption. That now trails the adoption rate among White non-Hispanics (65%) and Hispanics (65%).

Adoption by Community Type

One demographic segment that has habitually lagged in social media adoption is the rural population. A majority 58% of rural Americans now use at least one social networking site, up from 37% in 2010. However, that trails usage among residents of other community types.

Interestingly, while the percentage of urban residents using social media has been flat over the past couple of years (64% this year, compared to 63% last year and 65% in 2013), adoption rates among suburban Americans has steadily increased. As such, suburban residents are now the most likely to be social media users, with 68% reporting use of at least one social networking site.

Mobile News
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New Research Provides Most Important Elements of the Overall Mobile Retail Experience
While loosely tossed around, the term ‘convenience’ is often misused. However when it comes to the mobile retail experience, it turns out that Convenience IS the most important element of the mobile retail experience, whether that experience is on the mobile web or in mobile apps, according to Adobe’s latest annual ‘Mobile Consumer Report’ that’s based on a survey of 1,025 US consumers. Price checking and the ability to achieve goals in a few steps are also important to both the mobile web and app experiences, though personalized content emerged as being a more important element to retail apps than mobile retail websites. The mobile phone was originally built around convenience.

Separately, almost 8 in 10 reported receiving online promotions, specials or coupons on their mobile devices at least monthly, and a similar proportion said they use keyword search for products on their mobile device with that frequency.

Television News

CBS To Delay ‘Angel From Hell’
CBS will hold Jane Lynch’s ‘Angel From Hell’ until midseason, according to Variety. The new sitcom will now premiere in February 2016. The comedy will be replaced on the fall schedule by the long-running ‘2 Broke Girls’ which will now begin with its fifth season during the 930P. time slot on Nov. 12, 2015. ‘Angel From Hell’ was scheduled to premiere after the network’s coverage of ‘Thursday Night Football’ which ends broadcast network coverage on Oct. 29, 2015. By holding ‘Angel From Hell’ until February, CBS will be able to promote the new comedy during the network’s coverage of the Super Bowl on Feb. 7, 2016.

U.S. Adults Major Media Daily Consumption
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Television Viewing Still Leads
While there has been much talk about the impending death of television, the fact is that people do invest a considerable amount of team on a daily basis watching television. While dropping slightly from the previous year, the average American adult still watches 4 hours and 11 minutes of television each day. That can mean watching it live and/or DVR or ON DEMAND. That number is down 11 minutes since last year. Mobile is #2, as the average American adult spends 2 hours, 54 minutes spent on mobile. While the average adult uses their mobile devices throughout the day and night, it is for shorter periods. So accumulatively it is less than television. However, this total is up 17 minutes from last year and it will continue to rise, especially as the screens increase in size. The desktop/laptop is #3 with the average American adult spending 2 hours and 12 minutes on these devices. That is down by 2 minutes from the previous year.

The average American adult spend exactly 12 hours a day with major media consumption daily.

Surprising to some is that #4 is radio. The average American adult spends 1 hour 27 minutes daily listening to the radio. Obviously much of that is done during drive time in the morning and in the evening drive times. Regardless, it is a considerable amount of time.

The time spent on print is another matter. #5 is magazine. The average American adult spends 17 minutes a day reading magazines. However, that does not boast well for the fact that ‘Nobody Reads The Newspaper Anymore’ as the average American spends just 13 minutes a day reading the newspaper. To be perfectly clear, this study conducted by eMarketer does not include TV, radio and/or print digested on digital/mobile.

Television Viewing Still Leads
While there has been much talk about the impending death of television, the fact is that people do invest a considerable amount of team on a daily basis watching television. While dropping slightly from the previous year, the average American adult still watches 4 hours and 11 minutes of television each day. That can mean watching it live and/or DVR or ON DEMAND. That number is down 11 minutes since last year. Mobile is #2, as the average American adult spends 2 hours, 54 minutes spent on mobile. While the average adult uses their mobile devices throughout the day and night, it is for shorter periods. So accumulatively it is less than television. However, this total is up 17 minutes from last year and it will continue to rise, especially as the screens increase in size. The desktop/laptop is #3 with the average American adult spending 2 hours and 12 minutes on these devices. That is down by 2 minutes from the previous year.

The average American adult spend exactly 12 hours a day with major media consumption daily.

Surprising to some is that #4 is radio. The average American adult spends 1 hour 27 minutes daily listening to the radio. Obviously much of that is done during drive time in the morning and in the evening drive times. Regardless, it is a considerable amount of time.

The time spent on print is another matter. #5 is magazine. The average American adult spends 17 minutes a day reading magazines. However, that does not boast well for the fact that ‘Nobody Reads The Newspaper Anymore’ as the average American spends just 13 minutes a day reading the newspaper. To be perfectly clear, this study conducted by eMarketer does not include TV, radio and/or print digested on digital/mobile.

Social Media Research
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Adults Use Social Media
Pew Research Center, in an article by David Cohen in Social Times (101215) posted these findings on who uses social media platforms:
. 65% of American Adults use social media
. 35% of Americans 65 and older use social media, up from 11% in 2010 and 2% in 2005.
. 90% of young adults use social networks.
. 68% of all women use social media, versus 62% of all men.
. 56% of those in households earning less than $30,000 per year use social media, compared with 4% in 2005. Those figures are 78% and 12%, respectively, for households earning $75,000 or more.
. 54% of Americans with high-school diplomas or less, 70% with some college and 76% of college degrees use social networks, compared with 4%, 8% and 12%, respectively, in 2005.
. 65% of whites, 65% of Hispanics and 56% of African Americans use social media.
. 58% of rural residents, 68% of suburban residents and 64% of urban residents use social networks.
Why is it important to understand this? The average age of someone purchasing a new car is 56, and the average Mac owner is 54. Nuf said.

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Pew Research Center surveyed more than 1,000 teens (aged 13 through 17) to determine the impact of technology on their dating and romantic life, and its findings included:
. 35% are dating or have dated someone, with fewer than one-quarter (8%) having met a significant other online.
. 59% of those with relationship experience (31% of the overall population) say social media makes them feel more connected to what is happening in their significant other’s life—65% of boys and 52% of girls.
. 47% say social media allows them to show how much they care for their significant others.
. 44% say social media helps them feel emotionally closer to their significant others—50% of boys, 37% of girls. However, . . 27% say social media makes them feel jealous or unsure about their relationship.
. 55% of all teens have flirted or spoken with someone in person to let them know they were interested.
. 50%t have done so by friending them on Facebook or other social media sites.
. 47% have expressed attraction by liking, commenting or interacting with their crush on social media.
. 46% have shared something funny or interesting online with their romantic interests.
. 37% of teens with relationship experience have used social media to let their partners know how much they like them in a way that was visible to other people.
. 92% of teens with romantic relationship experience have spent time text messaging with their partners, followed by: talking on the phone (87%), being together in person outside of school hours (86%), social media (70%), instant or online messaging (69%), video chat (55%), messaging applications (49%), email (37%) and talking while playing video games (31%).
. 85% of teens who have been in romantic relationships expect to hear from their significant others at least once per day, and 11% expect to hear from them hourly.
. 88% of teens who have been in romantic relationships said their current or former partners expected to hear from them at least once per day, while 15% said hourly.
. 25% of all teens have unfriended or blocked someone on social media because their flirting was making them feel uncomfortable—35 percent of girls, and 16 percent of boys.
. 11% of teen daters have accessed a current or former partner’s mobile or online accounts.
. 10% have modified their partner’s or ex-partner’s social media profile.
. 10% have impersonated a boyfriend, girlfriend or ex in a message.
. 8% have sent embarrassing pictures of a current or former partner to someone else.
. 4% have downloaded GPS or tracking programs to their partners’ devices without their knowledge.
. 31% of teens with dating experience said current or former partners have checked up on them multiple times per day via the Internet or cell phone.
. 22% say partners have used the Internet or cell phones to call them names, put them down or say mean things to them.
. 21% have had their text messages read without permission.
. 16% have been required by current or former partners to remove exes from their friends lists on Facebook, Twitter or other social networks.
. 15% say current or former partners used the Internet or text messaging to pressure them into engaging in sexual activity that they did not want to have.
. 13% say current or former partners demanded that they share their passwords for email and Internet accounts.
. 11% have been threatened by current or former partners via the Internet or cell phones.

Cinema News
MovieTickets.com is leveraging mobile technology for both moviegoers and studios. The advance ticketing company has pacted with MovieQu to enable ticket purchases within the app and with Mobiquity Networks to provide location-based messaging opportunities for advertisers. Launched on iOS in July, New York City-based MovieQu is like Shazam, only for trailers, using audio-recognition technology to identify movie ads. Users can then add titles to their calendars as well as view additional previews based on their preferences, search for trailers and view what movies their friends on the app are planning to see. Now they’ll be able to go ahead and buy tickets as well right in the app courtesy of MovieTickets.com.


Top Ten Movie Box Office 9-11 October 2015 (Domestic)
#1 The Martian $37,000,000
#2 Hotel Transylvania2 $20,300,000
#3 Pan $15,530,000
#4 The Intern $ 8,660,000
#5 Sicario $ 7,350,000
#6 Maze Runner $ 5,250,000
#7 The Walk $ 3,650,000
#8 Black Mass $ 3,130,000
#9 Everest $ 3,031,600
#10 The Visit $ 2,418,625

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BBC One #1 Thursday in the UK as 'The Apprentice UK' was the top program.

BBC One #1 Thursday in the UK as ‘The Apprentice UK’ was the top program.


BBC One

The Big One had the old hatchet out Thursday. At 8P, ‘Watchdog’ brought in an average 3.91 million viewers (19.2%). At 9P, ‘The Apprentice’ proved that brutes are not loved and Lord Alan Sugar is one cup of vinegar of a brute. The firing of Dan on Wednesday obviously upset viewers as on Thursday, it lost 800,000 viewers to finished with an average 5.52 million viewers (25.9%). Yet, it finished as the #1 program outside of soaps. Following the News, at 1035P, ‘Question Time’ finished with an average 2.38 million viewers (23.3%).

ITV

The Independent One had at 830P, ‘Paul O’Grady’s For the Love of Dogs’ and it finished with an average 4.24 million viewers (20.5%). AT 9P, ‘Unforgotten’ finished with an average 3.87 million viewers (17.9%).

BBC Two

The Little Two at 9P presented ‘Cradle to Grave’ as it concluded with a two-part episode that brought in an average 1.32 million viewers (6.1%). At 930P, it finished with a slightly smaller audience of 1.19 million viewers (5.6%). At 10P, ‘You’re Fired!’ was seen by an average 1.67 million viewers (10.1%) to make it as the top program of the evening on the Little Two.

Channel 4

The Big Four at 8P had ‘Amazing Spaces’ and it finished with an average 1.60 million viewers (7.8%) as it was the top program of the evening on the network. It was followed at 9P by the finale of ‘Hunted’ which drew an amazingly small amount of hunted viewers with an average 988,000 viewers (4.6%). At 10P, ‘First Dates’ followed with an average 971,000 viewers (6.9%).

Channel 5

The Viacom Five at 9P presented ‘Chris Tarrant’s Extreme Railways’ and it finished with an average 1.02 million viewers (4.8%).

ITV2

The Indy Two at 10P had ‘Celebrity Juice’ and it brought in an average 653,000 viewers (4.3%).

Down Under

Seven #1 Thursday in Australia but Ten's 'The Bachelorette' top program.

Seven #1 Thursday in Australia but Ten’s ‘The Bachelorette’ top program.


Seven

The Second Commercial Network in Australia finished #1 Thursday with a 26.4% share of the available audience. And it only had the #3 program to lead the network which was ‘Seven News’ which finished with an average 918,000 viewers. #6 was ‘Seven News/Today Tonight’ with an average 869,000 viewers. And, #10 was ‘Home and Away’ the network’s top prime time program with an average 719,000 viewers.

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The Third Commercial Network in Australia finished second with a 25.7% share. It had the #1 prime time program as ‘The Bachelorette Australia’ finished with an average 930,000 viewers.

Nine

Network Nine finished #3 with a 25.5% share of the available audience even though it finished with five programs in the Top Ten Thursday. #2 was ‘Nine News 6:30’ which was the nation’s leading newscast with an average 925,000 viewers. #4 was ‘Nine News’ with an average 903,000 viewers. #5, ‘A Current Affair’ finished with 898,000 viewers. #7 was a rerun of ‘RBT’ which finished with an average 795,000 viewers. Then #8 was an original airing of ‘RBT’ with an average 755,000 viewers.

ABC

The Alphabet Network in Australia finished fourth with a 15.9% share. It had the #9 program, ‘ABC News’ which delivered 733,000 viewers.

SBS

The Special Broadcast Service in Australia finished #5 with an average 6.4% viewers.

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Seven #1 in Australia on Friday as 'Seven News' was the  top program.

Seven #1 in Australia on Friday as ‘Seven News’ was the top program.


Seven

The Second Commercial Network moved up to #1 on Friday as it blasted the competition with a 30.5% share of the available audience. Forgetting that it had the #1 program and the nation’s leading newscast on Friday with ‘Seven News’ drawing an average 897,000 viewers on a slow television viewing night, it did have the #1 non-news program as #4 was ‘Better Homes and Gardens’ with an average 818,000 viewers. #5 was ‘Seven News’Today Tonight’ with an average 814,000 viewers. Then #10 was ‘The Chase Australia’ which finished with an average 532,000 viewers.

Nine

Network Nine finished second with a 27.6% share. #2 was ‘Nine News’ which finished with an average 875,000 viewers. #3 was ‘Nine news 6:30’ with an average 832,000 viewers. #6, ‘A Current Affair’ finished with an average 644,000 viewers, some 300,000 less than normal.

Ten


The Third Commercial Network in Australia finished #3 with a 20.1% share of the available audience. It’s top program was ‘The Project 7PM’ which finished with an average 550,000 viewers.

ABC

The Alphabet Network in Australia finished fourth with 15.1% share on Friday. #7 was ‘ABC News’ which finished with an average 623,000 viewers. Also, #8 was ‘The Living Room’ with an average 612,000 viewers.

SBS

The Special Broadcast Service finished #5 with a 6.8% share of the available audience.

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50th Anniversary of Vince Guaraldi Jazz Mass Part One
Sacramento-based pianist Jim Martinez and his quartet lead a 50th anniversary concert presentation of Guaraldi’s Jazz Mass at Grace Cathedral. The Fair Oaks Presbyterian Church Choir, directed by John McDaniel, and several members of the original St. Paul’s Church Choir who performed alongside Guaraldi and his trio in 1965, perform alongside Martinez.

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