ABC #1 Saturday With Football in the U.S. BBC One #1 in the UK With Dancing. Nine #1 in AU.

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‘It’s All About Screens.’ This is the Daily Diary of Screens. For Saturday, September 3, 2016.
ABC finished #1 broadcast network as ‘NCAA College Football‘ was the top broadcast program.
In the UK, BBC One #1 broadcast network as ‘Strictly Come Dancing’ season premiere top program.
In Australia, ‘Nine‘ finished #1 broadcast network as ‘ABC News‘ was the #1 newscast as ABC’s ‘Agatha Raisin‘ finished as the #1 program.
Don’t Breathe‘ #1 at the U.S. box office on the weekend 2-4 September 2016.
Star Trek Beyond‘ #1 at the International box office weekend 2-4 September 2016.
Sales of movie theater ads jumped 13.4% in 2015 as it reached $716 million in advertising sales. There are 3.734 Billion Unique Mobile 68% Social Ad Clicks Are Now Mobile. Users as of this quarter, account for a 51% worldwide penetration. Direct uploads of user videos to Facebook now exceed YouTube.

The latest social media stats include Facebook having 1.7 billion monthly users watching 8 billion videos each day. Instagram has 400 million users. 88% of Twitter users are on mobile. An average of 500 million tweets are sent every day with 320 million active users. The Google+1 button is hit 5 billion times per day. 80% of Internet users on Pinterest are female. Pinterest has 100 million active users. LinkedIn has 347 million registered members with 100 million active users. Tumblr has 555 million users and Weibo has 100 million daily users. Skype has 300 million active users and there are 1.000 billion users on Whatsapp. With 900 million active users on Facebook Messenger, 60 billion messages are sent via Facebook Messenger and WhatsApp every day. Netflix now has 75 million streaming subscribers. QQ has 853 million active users. WeChat has 697 million active users while QZone has 640 million. Baidu Tieba has 300 million active users while Viber has 249 million. Sina Weibo has 222 million active users while Line has 215 million. Snapchat has 200 million users and 150 million users are active each day, watching 10 billion videos each day. YY has 122 million active users; VKontakte has 100 million active users as does BBM and Telegram.

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For Saturday, September 3, 2016 (Posted on September 4, 2016)

ABC #1 Saturday as 'Alabama's crushing victory over USC' finishes as the top program.

ABC #1 Saturday as ‘Alabama’s crushing victory over USC’ finishes as the top program.


ABC
The Alphabet Network drove to #1 as College football took over for the season.

8P ‘NCAA College Football‘ featuring #1 Alabama vs #20 USC finished with an average 7.798 million viewers.
9P ‘NCAA College Football‘ featuring #1 Alabama vs #20 USC finished #1 overall with an average 8.459 million viewers.
10P ‘NCAA College Football‘ featuring #1 Alabama vs #20 USC finished with an average 6.326 million viewers.

CBS
The Tiffany Network had Favre and 48 Hours to finished #2

8P ‘A Football Life:Brett Favre‘ finished with an average 1.908 million viewers.
9P ‘48 Hours‘ finished with an average 3.058 million viewers.
10P ‘48 Hours‘ finished with an average 3.711 million viewers.

NBC
The Peacock Network tried to push the Age of Aquarius and failed miserably.

8P ‘America’s Got Talent‘ rerun finished with an average 2.277 million viewers.
9P ‘Aquarius‘ finished with an average 1.221 million viewers.
10P ‘Aquarius‘ finished with an average 1.177 million viewers.

FOX
The animal Network of Broadcast had very little to compete on Saturday.

8P ‘Hotel Hell‘ rerun finished with an average 1.255 million viewers.
9P ‘Hotel Hell‘ finished with an average 1.534 million viewers.

For The Record

ABC finished with an average 7.528 million viewers.
CBS finished with an average 2.892 million viewers.
NBC finished with an average 1.558 million viewers.
FOX finished with an average 1.395 million viewers.

Today In Communication History

On this date in 2002, FOX aired the two-hour finale of ‘American Idol’. Kelly Clarkson was selected as the nation’s newest pop star.

So?

He said it first....'Television'.

He said it first….’Television’.


In 1900, the term ‘television‘ is coined by Constantin Perskyi at the International Electricity Congress, part of the 1900 Paris Exhibition.

Quote Of The Day
‘So my idea of neurotic is spending too much time trying to correct a wrong. When I feel that I’m doing that, then I snap out of it.’.
Gene Wilder,
Actor

Jerome Silberman passed today to run and meet up with Gilda...then smile.

Jerome Silberman passed today to run and meet up with Gilda…then smile.

Social Media News
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The Typical Millennial Age Range is Fairly Wide. Within It Are Varying Social Media Preferences.
There’s no consensus view of the Millennial age bracket, but most research simply describes them as being 18-34-years old (though that doesn’t seem to change from one year to the next!). But an 18-24-year-old might have a very different lifestyle and outlook than a 30-34-year-olds, and new research from Fluent suggests that social media preferences differ within the wider Millennial bracket.

Based on a survey of 1,769 Millennials, Fluent found that of 7 social networks identified, 43% reported using Facebook the most often. However, that result masked a significant discrepancy among narrower age brackets: 30-34-year-olds were far more likely to cite Facebook than 18-24-year-olds (50% vs. 36%), while the youngest bracket was likewise much more likely to point to Instagram than the oldest set (24% vs. 13%).

So while Facebook is the most-used platform across each of the Millennial age groups, its appeal appears to be lower among the younger brackets. This fits with recent research from the Temkin Group, in which 18-24-year-olds demonstrated the biggest drop in Facebook use of all adult age groups, on both desktops and mobile phones. (We pause to remember the media frenzy of 2013, when there was a big fracas about Facebook and teens. Seems to have really hurt Facebook’s bottom line… /sarcasm.)

Nevertheless, there’s reason to believe that other platforms simply have more appeal with youth. The 18-24 set, for example, are about as likely to say they use Snapchat (30%), Instagram (34%) and YouTube (36%) each day as they are to say the same about Facebook (38%). By contrast, the 30-34 group is more than twice as likely to use Facebook each day as Snapchat (48% and 20%, respectively).

One more result:

    Facebook was the only social platform of the 7 identified in which Millennials were less likely than non-Millennials (35+) to report everyday usage

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Lessons? Not all Millennials are created equal. And for parents, if you want to get your kids off a social platform, start by creating an account on it.
About the Data: The Fluent survey was conducted online among 2,960 US adults, including 1,769 Millennials (18-34) and 1,191 adults aged 35 and up.

A Couple Of Things You Should Know About Millennials

► Millennials were born between approximately 1977 and 1995.
The birth years for Millennials in the United States stop at 1995 because those born later cannot process the significance of September 11, 2001 in the way those born before 1995 do. In other words, if 9/11 has always been history, then you are not a Millennial.

► When you think about how to market to Millennials, start with their life stage.
Millennials are approximately 20 to 37 years old. This age range covers a broad range of key life events, from earning an education and moving into your own apartment (with three roommates) to being married with two kids. The subgroups within the generation are key for marketing and sales.

► Millennials are breaking into two different generational groups.
a. One group of Millennials is reaching all the traditional markers of adulthood, just a few years later than previous generations. This group is entering their wealth accumulation life phase and commanding more power in the marketplace.
b. The other group of Millennials, however, is not creating “real-world traction.” It is important to identify which group represents the ideal customer for your products, services and solutions because each group has different purchasing criteria.

► Millennials are the most consistent generation in the world.
Whether you work in Texas, London, Sydney, South Africa, Japan, Chile, Egypt, India or elsewhere, Millennials are the most consistent group of all the generations. This is due to many factors, including inexpensive mobile technology.

► Millennials are primarily visual buyers and learners.
This generation has been conditioned to make purchases while looking at a screen, skipping blocks of marketing and advertising text. One needs to increase conversion with Millennial customers by improving visual layout, overall copy and specific calls-to-action.

► Millennials communicate differently than other generations in the market.
It has been found that Millennial customers prefer to communicate in this order:
a. Text—in many cases, IM apps such as WhatsApp are used more than texting
b. Email, with the subject line being most important
c. Social media
d. Phone call
e. In-person

► Millennials are paying for products and services differently than other generations.
If companies, salespeople and brands don’t adapt, Millennials will simply not buy from them—they’ll go to the next guy who has adapted. For example, in a recent national study, it was discovered how shockingly little cash Millennials actually carry on a daily basis. What does this mean for you? If you want to attract and keep Millennial buyers—especially for small transactions where a couple of dollars can make all the difference (i.e., tipping)—make it easy to pay with a card.

► Millennials don’t just spend their own money.
It’s important to remember that their Baby Boomer parents often provide access to more money and credit. Millennials are entering adulthood later, and as a result, many Baby Boomers are providing financial resources and a financial backstop to their grown children, sometimes well into their 30s. Or maybe it’s the other way around: Baby Boomers continue to offer financial support, so Millennials don’t need to enter adulthood. In either case, this expands the spending and economic power of the Millennial generation. Even if they don’t personally have the funds, they can direct money from other sources. Thanks Mom and Dad for the “emergency” credit card!

► Winning Millennials is not just about Millennials. You need to keep all generations of customers in mind.
Gen Xers and Baby Boomers are starting to communicate, shop and buy similarly to Millennials. Thus, if you win Millennials, you are in a strong position to attract and keep other generations—but if you lose or miss Millennials as customers, you increase your risk of losing your Gen X and Baby Boomer customers as well.

Digital/Mobile News

Hey! Millennials Are NOT Ignoring Your eMail.
There’s been some talk about the death of email among America’s youth. But there is data to contradict that notion. According to a new Fluent study: Millennials (18-34) are 63% more likely than their older counterparts to say that promotional emails impact their purchase decisions most or all of the time.

Did you hear that? A solid 26% of 18-34-year-olds said that was the case, compared to just 16% of Americans aged 35 and older.

Looking at this from another angle, Millennials were almost as likely to say that promotional emails impact their decisions most or all of the time (26%) as they were to say they never impact their decisions (32%). By comparison, Americans aged 35 and older were more than twice as likely to say they’re never impacted by email (36%) as to claim an impact most or all of the time (16%). In fact, Millennials ascribe more influence to email than to other digital channels: almost half (48%) say that promotional emails impact their purchase decisions at least some of the time, topping that level of impact for social media ads (44%), ads on news and entertainment websites (44%) and promotional text messages (42%).

These results align with MarketingCharts’ primary research into purchase influencers. In the latest edition of our popular study, Advertising Channels With the Largest Purchase Influence on Consumers, more Millennials say they had been influenced to make a purchase in the prior 6 months as a result of opt-in emails than of social media ads. On a generational basis, Millennials were close behind Gen Xers as the cohort most influenced by email marketing, with Baby Boomers and Silents bringing down the average for the overall 35+ crowd.

Perhaps now it’s worth shelving the concerns over email. As one report put it last year, B2C email marketing is very much “alive and kicking.” And as a new study from Brightwave notes, Millennials prefer email over all other channels for brand communications.

According to a Harvard Business Review study released in November 2015, written by Kristin Naragon (111215), Millennials have become every brand’s coveted customer. But what’s the best way to reach them? The answer is email. eMail remains the standard for digital communication. In fact, Millennials check email more than any other age group, and nearly half can’t even use the bathroom without checking it, according to a recent Adobe study.

That same study found nearly 98% of Millennials check their personal email at least every few hours at work, while almost 87% of Millennials check their work email outside of work. Email is not only relevant for Millennials, it also happens to remain the channel where direct marketers get the highest ROI ($39 for every dollar spent, according to the Direct Marketing Association). But that doesn’t mean the same old email marketing will work on Millennials. Instead, marketers need to adjust, or run the risk of that dreaded swipe to the trash bin. Consider these ideas the next time you’re planning an email campaign and Millennials are a key part of the audience:

Mobile is a must. Millennials are more likely than any other age group to check email on smartphones, with 88% reporting that they regularly using a smartphone to check email. If you’re not mobile first, you’re not putting your Millennial customers first. Responsive design has been a mantra for some time, but if you’re not employing it, you’re alienating an important generation of consumers who live, breathe, and sleep with their mobile devices.

Timing is everything. Looking at opens and clicks won’t get you anywhere without analyzing the day of week and time of day those emails are opened and clicked. For example, we found that Millennials are more likely than any other age group to check email while in bed (45.2%). Why not experiment with sending emails first thing in the morning or late in the evening with content relevant to that time of day?

Pictures are worth a thousand words. They’re also an important mechanism for Millennials to filter messages. Why send an email survey asking for written feedback when all you need to do is provide a choice between a smiley face and a frown? Images are an integral part of Millennial language, even in the workplace. A third of Millennials believe it is appropriate to use an emoji when communicating with a direct manager or senior executive, so it’s a safe bet they’re even more comfortable when it comes to emoji from brands. Millennials are thinking and communicating in images, so marketers need to optimize emails for images and allow for quick feedback through emoji.

Less is more. Email marketing to Millennials isn’t about sending more of the same. Many Millennials want to see fewer emails (39%) and fewer repetitive emails from brands (32%). Marketers take note — stop spamming your lists and start marketing to individuals by understanding who they are first.

Not every Millennial communicates the same way, of course. And digital communication is constantly evolving. Nonetheless, for now it seems safe to say that email is here to stay and will remain a critical channel even for reaching mobile customers. Just don’t expect the same old email tactics to work.
About the Data: The Fluent survey was conducted online among 2,960 US adults, including 1,769 Millennials (18-34) and 1,191 adults aged 35 and up.

Some Social Media Behaviors Are Turning Off Your Followers

It’s a tough world out there: a recent study from Sprout Social shows that brands need to strike a very delicate balance with their social media promotions or risk losing their followers. Case in point: posting too many promotions is considered the most annoying action taken by brands on social media. But at the same time, consumers say they need to see a product multiple times on social media before they’ll buy it.
Let’s get into more specifics.

Far and away the most annoying action a brand can take is posting too many promotions, cited by 58% of respondents to Sprout Social’s survey, which was fielded among more than 1,000 Facebook, Instagram and Twitter users. Further back, around one-third or more said it’s annoying when brands use slang and jargon (38%), lack personality on their accounts (35%) and try to be funny when they’re not (32%). Let’s deconstruct that for a second: some of your followers want you to have more personality, but you can’t try too hard and you can’t use certain terms. So good luck with that.

Moving on to the actions that really hurt…unfollows…the survey indicates that overdoing it on promotional messages (46%) is again the biggest culprit. Tweeting too much (35%) is also in the mix, though irrelevant information is a bigger turn-off (41%). Yet, you can’t be too quiet either: almost 1 in 5 say this would make them unfollow your brand.

So be active, but not overly promotional. However, some repetition appears to be necessary. About 85% of survey respondents said they need to see a product or service multiple times on social media before they purchase it, with most of those (61% overall) wanting to see it 2-4 times. (If you’re promoting something only organically on Facebook, this means you’ll need to post it about 6,000 times in the hope your audience sees it 2-4 times…)

There are some interesting stats surrounding social media’s influence on purchase behavior:
► 58% are more likely to buy from a brand that they follow on social media
► Three-quarters have purchased something because they saw it on social media.
Social’s influence is indeed rising as a paid advertising medium: social ads are now second only to TV ads in purchase influence among Millennials, according to MarketingCharts research.

In other results from the survey,
► Almost 6 in 10 respondents said they follow brands because they’re interested in promotions, trailing only interest in the brand’s product or service (73%)
► Retail edges media/entertainment and consumer goods as the most-liked industry on social media
► Government and banking/finance are the most annoying industries on social media, with marketing and advertising close behind.
About the Data: The consumer survey was conducted by Survata, an independent research firm. Survata interviewed 1,022 online respondents between July 05, 2016 and July 11, 2016.

Cinema News

Sean Hanish's film 'Sister Cities' opens in Los Angeles  & New York Labor Day Weekend

Sean Hanish’s film ‘Sister Cities’ opens in Los Angeles & New York Labor Day Weekend


Sean Hanish’s film ‘Sister Cities’, starring Jacki Weaver, Stana Katic, Jess Weixler, Michelle Trachtenberg, and Troian Bellisario, will be premiering on the silverscreen in two major US cities. The Sean Hanish-directed film will open in Hollywood on 2 September at the Ahrya Fine Arts cinema. Tickets will be on sale starting 30 August at 7p. For more information, you can visit the movie page at LAEMMLE.

The film will also open in New York at the Cinema Village theatre on the same day. You can purchase tickets at the cinema’s official website.

Then finally, the television premiere will be on the Lifetime Network on 17 September at 8/7c. The rights of the film was acquired by the network a few weeks ago. ‘Sister Cities’ is a story of a mother and her four children, fathered by four different men, and named after four different cities. The four estranged sisters are reunited when they learned of their mother’s passing only to be threatened by past familial issues. It is directed by Sean Hanish and written by Colette Freedman, based on her internationally acclaimed play. The film also stars Alfred Molina, Amy Smart, Tom Everett Scott, and Kaia Gerber.

The film was first seen on 29 July at the Traverse City Film Festival in Michigan to a sold-out audience.

Box Office Weekend 2-4 September 2016 (Domestic)

#1 Don’t Breathe $15,700,000 in 3,051 theaters
#2 Suicide Squad $10,005,000 in 3,292 theaters
#3 Pete’s Dragon (2016) $ 6,471,000 in 3,272 theaters
#4 Kubo and the 2 Strings $ 6,467,000 in 2,985 theaters
#5 Sausage Party $ 5,300,000 in 2,766 theaters
#6 Light Between Oceans $ 4,984,000 in 1,500 theaters
#7 Bad Moms $ 4,740,000 in 2,306 theaters
#8 War Dogs $ 4,705,000 in 2,848 theaters
#10 Mechanic: Resurrection $ 4,276,000 in 2,258 theaters

Box Office Weekend 2-4 September 2016 (International)

#1 Star Trek Beyond $39,500,000
#2 Suicide Squad $21,800,000
#3 Don’t Breathe $21,000,000
#4 Secret Life Of Pets $20,800,000
#5 Jason Bourne $16,000,000
#6 Mechanic: Resurrection $11,900,000
#7 Sausage Party $ 9,900,000
#8 Pete’s Dragon $ 9,800,000
#9 Bad Moms $ 9,700,000
#10 Ice Age:Collision Course $8,900,000

COMING SOON
Morgan‘ September 2, 2016

Doctor Strange‘ November 4, 2016

Rogue One:A Star Wars Story‘ December 16, 2016

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Across The Pond

BBC One #1 in the UK Saturday as 'Strictly Comes Dancing' top program

BBC One #1 in the UK Saturday as ‘Strictly Comes Dancing’ top program



BBC One
The Big One had the big one come back for a record breaking new season debut.

650P ‘Strictly Come Dancing‘ season premiere finished with an average 9.3 million viewers and a whopping 46.4% share. It peaked with 10.1 million. Note: Last year’s average was 8.7 million viewers.
815P ‘The National Lottery:Five Star Family
910P ‘Casual+y

BBC Two
The Little Two

650P ‘Proms Extra
730P ‘Greece with Simon Reeve’
830P ‘Dad’s Army’
9P ‘War Horse

ITV
The Independent One

715P ‘Go For It
815P ‘The X-Factor‘ finished with an average 8.3 million viewers and a 39.0% share. It peaked with 9.2 million viewers.
915P ‘Newzoids

Channel 4
The Big Four

7P ‘Hidden Britain by Drone
8P ‘First Contact:Lost Tribe of the Amazon
9P ‘Lone Survivor

Channel 5
The Viacom Five

7P ‘Adolf & Eva:Love & War
9P ‘NCIS

Down Under
NOTE: While Australian considers Prime Time 6P-Midnight, we use the US prime time system to measure television effectiveness in Australia. Thus 7P-10P is the standard from which this rating is based. Newscasts are considered only as newscasts and not television programs outside of this period.

Nine Takes Saturday

Nine #1 Saturday in AU as ABC's 'Agatha Raisin' top program.

Nine #1 Saturday in AU as ABC’s ‘Agatha Raisin’ top program.


Nine
The First Commercial Network in Australia finished #1 Saturday with a 29.0% share.

7P ‘Transformers: Age of Extinction‘ finished with an average 516,000 viewers.

ABC
The Alphabet Network in Australia finished #2 Saturday with a 20.5% share.

731P ‘Agatha Raisin‘ finished #1 overall with an average 686,000 viewers.
819P ‘Agatha Christie’s Partners In Crime‘ rerun finished with an average 445,000 viewers.
918P ‘The Doctor Blake Mysteries‘ finished with an average 346,000 viewers.

Seven
The Second Commercial Network in Australia finished #3 Saturday in prime time with a 32.7% share of the available audience.

7P ‘Pirates Of The Caribbean:Dead Man’s Chest‘ finished with an average 224,000 viewers.

Ten
The Third Commercial Network in Australia finished #4 with a 11.5% share.

7P ‘David Attenborough’s Big Birds‘ did not finish in the Top 20 programs in prime time.
730P ‘We Bought A Zoo‘ rerun finished with an average 234,000 viewers.

SBS
The Special Broadcast Service in Australia finished #5 with a 6.2% share of the available audience.

735P ‘Million Dollar American Princesses‘ did not finish in the Top 20 programs in prime time.
830P ‘You Will Meet A Tall Dark Stranger‘ did not finish in the Top 20 programs in prime time.

Top Newscasts in Australia Saturday

#1 ABC NEWS-SA ABC 867,000 viewers Melbourne top market

#2 SEVEN NEWS – SAT Seven 851,000 viewers #1 in Brisbane, Adelaide & Perth

#3 NINE NEWS SATURDAY Nine 827,000 viewers #1 in Sydney & Melbourne
#4 TEN EYEWITNESS NEWS SAT TEN 321,000 viewers Melbourne top market

SUNDAY AUSTRALIAN OVERNIGHT TV RATINGS
Sunday Australian Overnight TV Ratings
SUNDAY AUSTRALIAN OVERNIGHT TV RATINGS
NOTE: While Australian considers Prime Time 6P-Midnight, we use the US prime time system to measure television effectiveness in Australia. Thus 7P-10P is the standard from which this rating is based. Newscasts are considered only as newscasts and not television programs outside of this period.

Nine finished #1 in Australia on Sunday in prime time with an average 831,500 viewers.

Nine #1 Sunday in Australia but Ten's 'The Block' top program.

Nine #1 Sunday in Australia but Ten’s ‘The Block’ top program.


Nine
The First Commercial Network in Australia finished #1 Sunday with an average 831,500 viewers and a 29.4% share.

7P ‘The Block‘ finished #1 overall on Sunday with an average 1.071 million viewers.
830P ‘60 Minutes‘ finished with an average 722,000 viewers.
937P ‘Killer On The Line‘ finished with an average 332,000 viewers.

Seven
The Second Commercial Network in Australia finished #2 Sunday with an average 658,000 viewers and a 30.4% share.

7P ‘The Big Music Quiz‘ finished with an average 930,000 viewers.
8P ‘Sunday Night‘ finished with an average 631,000 viewers.
9P ‘Criminal Minds‘ finished with an average 413,000 viewers.

ABC
The Alphabet Network in Australia finished #3 Sunday with an average 690,000 viewers and a 18.1% share.

742P ‘Grand Designs New Zealand‘ finished with an average 612,000 viewers.
829P ‘Vera‘ finished with an average 716,000 viewers.

Ten
The Third Commercial Network in Australia finished #4 Sunday with an average 402,500 viewers and a 15.8% share.

7P ‘Modern Family‘ finished with an average 397,000 viewers.
730P ‘Australian Survivor‘ finished with an average 560,000 viewers.
840P ‘Bondi Rescue‘ finished with an average 328,000 viewers.
910P ‘Bondi Rescue‘ finished with an average 285,000 viewers.

SBS
The Special Broadcast Service in Australia finished #5 on Sunday in prime time with an average 7.2% share of the available audience.

735P ‘Search For Atlantis‘ did not finish in the Top 20 programs in prime time.
830P ‘World’s Biggest Sea Battle‘ did not finish in the Top 20 programs in prime time.
940P ‘Curing Alzheimer’s’ did not finish in the Top 20 programs in prime time.

Top Newscasts In Australia Sunday

#1 NINE NEWS SUNDAY Nine 1,112,000 viewers #1 in Sydney, Melbourne & Brisbane

#2 SEVEN NEWS – SUN Seven 1,004,000 viewers #2 in Adelaide & Perth
#3 ABC NEWS SUNDAY-EV ABC 763,000 viewers Melbourne top market
#4 TEN EYEWITNESS NEWS SUN TEN 292,000 viewers Melbourne top market

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Jon Batiste ‘What A Wonderful Life’

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