News and Paramedics helps Nine to another nightly win

Another TV ratings win has gone to Nine with the network winning Wednesday night thanks to Nine News, A Current Affair and Paramedics. Nine News delivered 1.147m metro viewers and 1.527m nationally.

While it still took second place behind Seven News (1.285m metro viewers and 1.985m nationally), Nine News did manage to top all three of the key advertising demographics – 16-39s, 18-49s and 25-54s.

Paramedics had a metro audience of 663,000 and 938,000 nationally. This was well ahead of Seven’s Highway Patrol (462,000 and 693,000), and Ten’s Bondi Rescue (408,000 and 549,000).

Overall, Nine held an 18.6% audience share for its primary channel and 28.6% as a network. Seven secured second place with 17.6% and 25.2%. ABC sat in third place, holding a primary channel audience share of 16.1% and a network share of 21.9%, while Ten fell to fourth with 9.5% as a channel and 16.7% for its network.

ABC’s Hard Quiz brought in 821,000 metro viewers and 1.168m nationally. Shaun Micallef’s Mad As Hell delivered 752,000 and 1.070m, and You Can’t Ask That brought in 540,000 metro viewers and 776,000 nationally.

ABC News delivered 981,000 metro viewers and 1.429m nationally and 7.30 859,000 and 1.246m.

The most-watched multi-channel was 9Gem with 5.1%.


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