CBS #1 Wednesday in the U.S. ITV #1 in the UK. Seven #1 in AU. TEL #1 HDN


Reality and Drama topped the programming choices on Wednesday in the English Speaking World of television.
The Daily Diary Of Screens #dailydiaryofscreens 🇺🇸🇬🇧🇦🇺💻📱📺🎬. For Wednesday, December 14, 2016.

CBS #1 broadcast network as ‘Survivor‘ was the top broadcast program.
TEL #1 Hispanic network as ‘El Chema‘ top Hispanic program.
In the UK, ITV #1 as ‘In Plain Sight‘ was the top program.
In Australia, ‘Seven‘ finished #1 broadcast network as ‘Seven News|Today Tonight‘ was the #1 newscast as ‘Highway Patrol‘ finished as the #1 program.


Moana‘ #1 at the U.S. box office on the weekend 9-11 December 2016.
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Fantastic Beasts and Where To Find Them‘ #1 at the International box office weekend 9-11 December 2016.


This Weekend in 1942, ‘White Cargo‘ premiered directed by Richard Thorpe and starring Hedy Lamar and Walter Pidgeon.

This weekend in 1942, ‘White Christmas‘ featuring Big Crosby, was the #1 record.

Movie ticket prices fell 2.5% in Q3 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.
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The latest social media stats include this: Americans spend 25% of their time on social media. Facebook having 1.7 billion monthly users watching 8 billion videos each day. In addition, 81% of all shares come from Facebook. 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 110 million monthly 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 milllion 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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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 Wednesday, December 14, 2016 (Posted on December 15, 2016)

CBS #1 Wednesday as 'Survivor' season finale was the top program.

CBS #1 Wednesday as ‘Survivor’ season finale was the top program.


CBS
The Tiffany Network had the world’s longest running, original reality program all night Wednesday.

8P ‘Survivor‘ (‘Millennials v Gen X’) finished with an average 9.204 million viewers and a 5.5/9.
9P ‘Survivor‘ season finale finished with an average million 9.068 viewers and a 5.2/8.
10P ‘Survivor:Reunion‘ finished with an average 6.677 million viewers and a 4.0/7.

NBC
The Peacock Network had specials all night long.

8P ‘A Pentatonix Christmas‘ finished with an average 7.489 million viewers and a 4.7/8.
9P ‘A Saturday Night Live Christmas Special‘ finished with an average 6.222 million viewers and a 4.3/7.
10P ‘A Saturday Night Live Christmas Special‘ finished with an average 5.272 million viewers and a 3.6/6.

ABC
The Alphabet Network had comedy and another kind of survivor.

8P ‘The Goldbergs‘ finished with an average 6.130 million viewers and a 4.1/7.
830P ‘Speechless‘ finished with an average million 5.408 viewers and a 3.5/6.
9P ‘Modern Family‘ finished with an average 6.827 million viewers and a 4.7/8.
930P ‘Black-ish‘ finished with an average 5.514 million viewers and a 3.7/6.
10P ‘Designated Survivor‘ Fall Finale finished with an average 6.167 million viewers and a 4.6/8.

FOX
The Animal Network of Broadcast had singing of sorts.

8P ‘Empire‘ (‘A Furnace for Your Foe’) Fall finale finished with an average 7.573 million viewers and a 5.3/9.

9P ‘Star‘ series premiere finished with an average 6.725 million viewers and a 4.8/8.

The CW
The Little Network That Couldn’t

8P ‘The 12 Greatest Christmas Movies Of All Time‘ finished with an average 1.274 million viewers and a 1.0/2.
9P ‘The Victoria Secrets Fashion Show‘ rerun finished with an average 1.026 million viewers and an 0.8/1.

For The Record

CBS finished #1 Wednesday in prime time with an average 8.316 million viewers and a 4.9/8, DOWN -301,000 viewers (-3.5%) vs 8.617 million viewers SD 2015.
FOX finished with an average 7.149 million viewers and a 5.0/8, UP +4.384 million viewers (+158.6%) vs 2.765 million viewers SD 2015.
NBC finished with an average 6.328 million viewers and a 4.2/7, UP +2.600 million viewers (+69.7%) vs 3.728 million viewers SD 2015.
ABC finished with an average 6.036 million viewers and a 4.2/7, UP +1.989 million viewers (+49.1%) vs 4.047 million viewers SD 2015.
TEL finished with an average 1.600 million viewers and a 0.9/2.
UNI finished with an average 1.567 million viewers and a 0.9/2.
The CW finished with an average 1.150 million viewers and a 0.9/1, DOWN -95,000 (-9.0%) vs 1.055 million viewers SD 2015.

Total People watching Tuesday in prime time finished with an estimated average 56.483 million viewers.
Broadcast (English Speaking) Networks finished Tuesday in prime time with an estimated average 28.979 million viewers (51.3% share), UP +8.767 million viewers (+43.4%) vs 20.212 million viewers SD 2015.
Cable (Among the top 150 programs) finished Tuesday in prime time with an estimated average 24.337 million viewers.

Today In Communication History

On this date in 1994, ‘Elvis-The Tribute’ aired on ABC-TV.

Quote Of The Day
‘Heard melodies are sweet, but those unheard are sweeter.’
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Marketing Research

Millennials v Boomers:Shopping Attitudes
Retailers focus much of their efforts on Millennials, but could be ignoring the generation with the most “clout,” according to a report from COLLOQUY that uncovers some differences in the shopping habits of these generations. The research suggests that Millennials (22-35) are more likely to approach shopping as fun and relaxing, whereas Boomers (52-65) are more interested in convenience. According to the report, Boomers have higher expectations of the shopping experience than Millennials, being less likely to return to a store if they felt under-appreciated by sales associates, if making a return was too much hassle, or if the store was too messy or disorganized.

Rather than see shopping as a great way to relax (45% of Millennials strongly agreed with this statement, compared to 27% of Boomers), the older generation prioritizes convenience, evidenced by the importance they place on easy-to-access locations and stores that are easy to navigate.

Reflecting their more relaxed approach to shopping, Millennials seem more likely to make impulse purchases. In fact, more than twice as many Millennials (33%) as Boomers (13%) strongly agreed that they tend to shop and buy without thinking, making impulse purchases. Millennials were also less likely than Boomers to say that they know the price they pay for most of the foods and packaged goods they buy (57% vs. 64%), and more likely to say that if they like something, they’ll buy it regardless of price (38% vs. 29%). At the same time, Boomers could be the more brand-loyal generation: while 46% of Millennials said they value price over brand name, only 36% of Boomers shared that sentiment.

The report finds the younger generation to be be more digitally-oriented, being more likely to prefer shopping online to avoid stores and to use mobile devices when shopping. One-third also take to social media to voice feelings after a bad experience with a store, compared to slightly fewer than 1 in 5 Boomers.

Finally, the results support a growing body of evidence suggesting that word-of-mouth is more important to Millennials than to Baby Boomers. Indeed, Millennials (32%) responding to the study were almost 3 times as likely as Boomers (12%) to strongly agree that they rely on friends and family for advice on what to purchase.

About the Data: The results are based on a survey of almost 4,500 North American shoppers (2,251 in the US and 2,242 in Canada) fielded from February 4-20.


How Mobile Millennials Buy & Why
In an article by Chuck Martin in Mobile Insider, Like most consumers, almost all Millennials shop in person, but they also turn to their smartphones for all kinds of commerce. Millennials in the U.S. who shop in person do it because of a sense of immediacy and the ability to touch the product, and to see if it fits, based on a new global study.

The majority (66%) of Millennials overall shop in a store rather than online in order to get the product right away and 66% because they are able to see, touch and try the merchandise. The study is based on a survey of 2,800 Millennials across seven markets (U.S., U.K., Germany, Mexico, Brazil, Hong Kong and Malaysia) conducted by LexisNexis Risk Solutions.

More (77%) of Millennials in the U.S. have that sense of immediacy and 74% want to be able to see and try the merchandise.

However, American Millennials also are turning to their smartphones for a range of transactions, most notably banking. Here is where U.S. Millennials conduct transactions via mobile:

74% — Banking, financial
53% — Online, mobile app purchases
51% — Music, video downloads
44% — Retail purchases
This is consistent with numerous studies that find most shoppers make their final purchase in a physical store, although mobile devices are used throughout the entire Mobile Shopping Life Cycle.

For U.S. consumers, activities that involve higher risk, such as opening a bank account, are done in person. But mobile is involved in conducting activities in a number of them. Here’s where Millennials use mobile:

38% — Check order status
26% — Get or reset a password
23% — Renew a subscription
15% — Open an account with a retailer
7% — Open a credit card account
5% — Open an account with a bank
In yet another area that mobile payments may be being held back, many Millennials are not feeling confident that they can trust those who provide them.

For example, a large majority (87%) of American Millennials use cash, 78% use a debit card, 77% use a credit card, and 55% use a gift card, but only 12% use a mobile wallet. The largest country use of mobile wallets is Mexico, with 19% of Millennials.

Millennials also have a sense of distrust with retailers and communications companies, along with payment providers. Here’s where U.S. Millennials have no trust at all:

26% — Mobile wallets
26% — Retailers
22% — Telecom service providers
13% — Financial institutions
So it still looks like some effort and time will have to be involved for Millennials to fully embrace mobile commerce across the board.

These are not the only concerns among Millennials. Here’s a breakdown of some of the statements around identity or debit or credit information being compromised:

69% — I worry about having my identity stolen in a data breach
69% — When companies ask for my personal information, I think twice before providing it
67% — I worry about having my credit card information stolen
65% — I worry about having my identity stolen through online, app and mobile activities
54% — I am required to remember too many passwords
54% — I would be willing to provide a summary of my shopping habits in exchange for free products or services
36% — I would be willing to provide access to my geographic location in exchange for targeted goods or services

These issues reflect the same as those facing the masses.

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Box Office Weekend 9-11 December 2016 (Domestic)

#1 ‘Moana’ $18,842,000 in 3,875 theaters
#2 ‘Office Christmas Party’$17,500,000 in 3.210 theaters
#3 ‘Fantastic Beasts’ $10,785,000 in 3,626 theaters
#4 ‘Arrival’ $ 5,600,000 in 3,115 theaters
#5 ‘Dr. Strange’ $ 4,631,000 in 2,763 theaters
#6 ‘Allied’ $ 4,000,000 in 3,018 theaters
#7 ‘Nocturnal Animals’ $ 3,193,685 in 1,262 theaters
#8 ‘Manchester By-The-Sea’ $ 3,155,300 in 366 theaters
#9 ‘Trolls’ $ 3,110,000 in 2,786 theaters
#10 ‘Hacksaw Ridge’ $ 2,300,000 in 2,277 theaters

Box Office Weekend 9-11 December 2016 (International)

#1 ‘Fantastic Beasts’ $ 33,100,000 in 67 territories
#2 ‘Moana’ $ 23,500,000 in 54 territories
#3 ‘Office Christmas Party’$ 16,400,000 in 51 territories
#4 ‘Hacksaw Ridge’ $ 15,000,000 in 36 territories
#5 ‘Your Names’ $ 14,750,000
#6 ‘Sully’ $ 13,600,000
#7 ‘Suddenly Seventeen’ $ 9,800,000
#8 ‘Sing’ $ 9,600,000
#9 ‘Underworld Blood Wars’ $ 9,200,000
#10 ‘Arrival’ $ 5,600,000

COMING SOON
Miss Sloane‘ December 9, 2016

La La Land‘ December 16, 2016

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

Passengers‘ Decembr 21, 2016

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ITV #1 Wednesday in the UK as 'In Plain Sight' top program.

ITV #1 Wednesday in the UK as ‘In Plain Sight’ top program.


ITV
The Independent One

8P ‘This Time Next Year
9P ‘In Plain Sight‘ finished with an average 3.9 million viewers and a 19.2% share.

BBC One
The Big One

8P ‘Watchdog
9P ‘Six Wives of Lucy Worsley‘ finished with an average 3.1 million viewers and a 15.3% share.

BBC Two
The Little Two

8P ‘MasterChef:The Professionals‘ finished with an average 2.7 million viewers and a 12.6% share.
9P ‘The Big Fix with Simon Reeve‘ finished with an average 1.3 million viewers and a 6.2% share.

Channel 4
The Big Four

8P ‘Kristie’s Handmade Christmas‘ finished with an average 1.5 million viewers and a 7.4% share.
9P ‘24 Hours in A&E

Channel 5
The Viacom Five

8P ‘GPs:Behind Closed Doors
9P ‘The Trafford Centre:Countdown To Christmas


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 inside or outside of this period except in special periods.

Seven #1 Wednesday in Australia as 'Highway Patrol' top program.

Seven #1 Wednesday in Australia as ‘Highway Patrol’ top program.


Seven
The Second Commercial Network in Australia finished with a 31.0% share.

7P ‘Home and Away‘ finished with an average 713,000 viewers.
730P ‘Highway Patrol‘ finished with an average 728,000 viewers.
8P ‘Air Rescue‘ finished with an average 602,000 viewers.
830P ‘Gold Coast Medical‘ finished with an average 519,000 viewers.
930P ‘The Blacklist‘ did not finish in the top 20 programs.

Nine
The First Commercial Network in Australia finished with a 23.4% share.

7P ‘A Current Affair‘ finished with an average 642,000 viewers.
732P ‘Wild New Zealand‘ finished with an average 460,000 viewers.
836P ‘Britain’s Biggest Super Yachts-Chasing Perfection‘ did not finish in the top 20 programs.
943P ‘Chicago Med‘ did not finish in the top 20 programs.

Ten
The Third Commercial Network in Australia finished with a 20.1% share.

7P ‘The Project‘ finished with an average 483,000 viewers.
730P ‘Jamie’s Night Before Christmas‘ finished with an average 398,000 viewers.
830P ‘X-Men: Days of Future Past‘ did not finish in the top 20 programs.

ABC
The Alphabet Network in Australia finished with a 18.7% share.

730P ‘7.30‘ finished with an average 557,000 viewers.
801P ‘Hard Quiz‘ finished with an average 582,000 viewers.
833P ‘The Yearly With Charlie Pickering‘ finished with an average 646,000 viewers.
935P ‘Please Like Me‘ did not finish in the top 20 programs.

SBS
The Special Broadcast Service in Australia finished #5 Wednesday with a 6.9% share.
730P ‘Tony Robinson’s Wild West‘ did not finish in the top 20 programs.
830P ‘24 Hours In Emergency‘ did not finish in the top 20 programs.
923P ‘24 Hours In Emergency‘ did not finish in the top 20 programs.

Top Newscasts In Australia Wednesday

#1 SEVEN News/TodayTonight Seven 951,000 viewers #1 in Brisbane & #1T Adelaide

#2 SEVEN NEWS Seven 908,000 219,000 #1 in Perth & 1T in Adelaide

#3 NINE NEWS Nine 843,000 viewers #1 in Sydney & Melbourne

#4 NINE NEWS 6:30 Nine 807,000 viewers Melbourne top market
#5 ABC NEWS-EV ABC 708,000 viewers Sydney top market
#6 EYEWITNESS NEWS 1st @5P Ten 426,000 viewers Sydney top market

*THURSDAY AUSTRALIAN OVERNIGHT TV RATINGS
*Thursday Australian Overnight TV Ratings
*THURSDAY AUSTRALIAN OVERNIGHT TV RAITNGS

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 inside or outside of this period except in special periods.


Nine
The First Commercial Network In Australia finished #1 Thursday with a 30.5% share.

658P ‘First Test-Australia v Pakistan‘ finished #1 Thursday in prime time with an average 652,000 viewers.
915P ‘The Last Samurai‘ did not finish in the top 20 programs.

Seven
The Second Commercial Network in Australia finished with a 28.3% share.

7P ‘Home and Away‘ finished with an average 627,000 viewers.
8P ‘Border Security:America’s Front Line‘ finished with an average 424,000 viewers.
830P ‘Ramsay’s Kitchen Nightmares‘ finished with an average 352,000 viewers.
930P ‘The Big Bang Theory‘ did not finish in the top 20 programs.

Ten
The Third Commercial Network in Australia finished wth a 18.8% share.

7P ‘The Project‘ finished with an average 417,000 viewers.
730P ‘David Attenborough’s Fabulous Frogs‘ finished with an average 335,000 viewers.
830P ‘Law & Order:SVU‘ finished with an average 324,000 viewers.
930P ‘Law & Order:SVU‘ rerun finished with an average 309,000 viewers.

ABC
The Alphabet Network in Australia finished with a 16.7% share.

730P ‘7.30‘ finished with an average 509,000 viewers
801P ‘Would I Lie To You?‘ finished with an average 434,000 viewers.
833P ‘Doctor Foster‘ finished with an average 466,000 viewers.
928P ‘Kevin Mccloud’s Man Made Home‘ did not finish in the top 20 programs.

SBS
The Special Broadcast Service in Australia finished #5 Thursday with a 5.6% share.

735P ‘Heston’s Great British Food‘ did not finish in the top 20 programs.
830P ‘Peter Kuruvita’s Coastal Kitchen‘ did not finish in the top 20 programs.
9P ‘Destination Flavour Down Under‘ did not finish in the top 20 programs.
935P ‘Outlander‘ did not finish in the top 20 programs.

Top Newscast In Australia Thursday

#1 SEVEN NEWS Seven 1,048,000 viewers #1 in Sydney & Melbourne

#2 SEVEN News/TodayTonight Seven 998,000 viewers #1 in Adelaide & Perth

#3 NINE NEWS Nine 824,000 viewers #1 in Brisbane

#4 ABC NEWS-EV ABC 664,000 viewers Sydney top market

#5 NINE NEWS 6:30 Nine 638,000 viewers Melbourne top market
#6 EYEWITNESS NEWS 1st @5P Ten 397,000 viewers Sydney top market

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