Thursdays aren’t usually a big night for television; even The Block took a hit pulling in 670,000 viewers – but we doubt Nine is worried the network won the night again…
According to OzTAM metro numbers, Nine won Thursday with 30.1 per cent of all of last night’s eyeballs (all channels). Seven did 26.9 per cent, 10 had 17.3 per cent, ABC did 16.7 per cent, and SBS did 9.1 per cent.
In the news and current affairs, Seven’s 6 pm bulletin did 831,000, and rival Nine’s had 709,000. ACA pulled 570,000 – How can we convince Grimshaw to stay? A flash mob. Surely, the answer is a flash mob.
Nine’s The Block brought in 670,000 viewers – I’m ready for the auction! Will Hughesy buy a Melbourne treat? Surely, if he won’t, Peter Helliar might.
Paramedics brought in 379,000 viewers.
The ABC’s 7 pm news did 539,000. 7.30 posted just 464,000.
ABC’s Foreign Correspondent did solid numbers with 349,000 viewers.
Early evening viewers enjoyed Seven’s Home And Away (438,000), Seven’s The Chase (439,000) and Nine’s Hot Seat (292,000).
10’s best were The Project with 288,000 and Gogglebox with a neat 415,000.
Everyone’s favourite tech brand, Apple, has stymied the current rush of Christmas ads with cute new work promoting the Personal Voice feature of its latest operating system iOS 17. And no expense has been spared either, with none other than Academy award winning director and the world’s most famous New Zealander, Taika Waititi, drafted in […]
Clean Up Australia today reveals a refreshed brand identity to coincide with registrations opening for Clean Up Australia Day 2024. The work was created by Sydney creative agency, uberbrand, and is in the market from this week across TV, radio, outdoor, print and digital platforms. “We are one of the nation’s longest-running environmental charities continuing […]
Elon Musk has told advertisers who are considering pulling their spend from X to “Go fuck yourselves” in an on-stage interview. It’s a pretty frank statement for the company’s owner and chief technology officer which, until recently, received 90 per cent of its revenue from advertising partners. Musk was chatting to journalist Andrew Ross Sorkin […]
It’s the station the Gold Coast grew up with, and in a local nod to its heritage, Triple M today has been officially renamed to 92.5 Triple M Gold. 92.5 Triple M Gold has brought the good times and greatest hits back to the Gold Coast with Flan, Ali & Spida for Breakfast, South East Queensland’s very own […]
As Australia counts down to the launch of Taylor Swift’s much anticipated The Eras Tour in February 2024, Nova Entertainment Network has launched a new station dedicated to the pop superstar. Nova (Taylor’s Version) will be available to stream 24/7 on the Nova Player App or on novafm.com.au up until February 2024. The dedicated station […]
The new Children’s Advertising Code comes into effect today following the completion of a wide-ranging public review by Australian Association of National Advertisers (AANA). The new Children’s Advertising Code extends safeguards to all advertising directed at children, addressing concerns from the community, government and industry. AANA CEO Josh Faulks said the new Code recognises the […]
Australian property site realestate.com.au has announced the extension of its partnership with the Sydney Swans for two further seasons. Lead image: Tom Harley, Owen Wilson and Tom McCartin realestate.com.au has partnered with the Swans since 2016 and has called the back of the club’s iconic guernsey home since becoming a major partner in 2020. This […]
Leading independent media agency, Avenue C, is thrilled to announce the appointment of Paula Lopes as Digital Director. Paula, a seasoned professional with over 17 years experience in the media industry, joins Avenue C from her role as Chief Operations Manager of KINESSO (merger of Reprise, Matterkind, and Kinesso specialities).