Digital news rankings released today by Nielsen revealed there was no change to the top four news entities when compared with the prior month.
News.com.au (5.9 million) remained on top, however was down three per cent from the previous month. ABC News Websites (4.9 million) but were down five per cent.
Nine.com.au (4.6 million) came in third sport, but posted an impressive rise of six per cent. While Smh.com.au (4.3 million) rose an impressive 10 per cent from the previous month.
In comparison with September 2017, there was some movement in the ranking order for the next six news rankings. The Guardian (2.8 million, +7 per cent) jumped from eighth to fifth place, followed by Daily Mail Australia (2.8 million, +2 per cent), which remained in sixth place.
Yahoo7 News Websites (2.8 million, -9 per cent) moved back to the previously held seventh place from fifth place in September, followed by The Daily Telegraph (2.5 million, +13 per cent) who jumped from tenth place to eighth place.
Next was Herald Sun (2.5 million, -9 per cent) who dropped from seventh to ninth and BBC (2.3 million, +3%) which moved into tenth place from ninth place.