Day four of the Australian Open Golf tournament brings 229,000 metro viewers to Seven

The fourth day of the Australian Open Golf has brought 229,000 metro viewers to Seven. The coverage, which ran from midday to 5pm on the network’s primary channel, saw world number 179 and local champion Matt Jones take the Stonehaven Cup title.

Elsewhere in sport, on 7Mate the Women’s Big Bash League wrapped with the Brisbane Heat securing another title win, giving the team back-to-back championships. 205,000 metro viewers tuned in for the second session of the match on the multi-channel.

The Brisbane Heat are the WBBL champions for a second year

842,000 metro viewers tuned in to watch Seven News last night, followed by 434,000 for Sunday Night’s Summer Series. The episodes are among the last that will air for the format, with its cancellation announced earlier in the year. Seven News was the most popular program for the evening, followed by Nine News with 746,000 and ABC News on 610,000.

Midsomer Murders on ABC took the top spot in entertainment programming, delivering 498,000 metro viewers. 468,000 tuned in for Grand Designs: House of the Year, also on ABC, while Love Actually on Seven delivered 404,000.

Ten’s most-watched was The Graham Norton Show with 380,000 metro viewers. The Sunday Project delivered 344,000 for its second half hour. On Nine, Boeing’s Killer Plane: What Went Wrong? brought in 335,000.

Nine News was the most popular option with two of the three key advertising demographics – 18-49s and 25-54s – while Love Actually was the most-watched in the 16-39s.

Overall the win for the night went to Seven, holding a network audience share of 28.3% and a winning share of 21.2% for its primary channel. Nine’s primary channel held 15.3%, while the network secured an audience share of 28.2% thanks to a boost from 9Go which was the most-watched multi-channel with 6.2%.

ABC secured a network audience share of 18.8% and a channel audience share of 14.1%, while Ten held 10.8% and 15.8%.


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