Nielsen Twitter TV Ratings w/c 06/03

The ABC, I’m A Celebrity and the NRL dominated Twitter engagement last week

ABC has again demonstrated the engageability and social strength of its Q&A and Four Corners programs – both taking the top two spots in last week’s Nielsen Twitter TV Ratings. With a panel featuring Alan Jones alongside the likes of Penny Wong and Mia Freedman, last Monday’s Q&A was always going to cause a stir, and it did, garnering 2.2m impressions with a unique audience of 71.6k. 

The only commercial program to make the top five was three eps of TEN’s Celebrity.

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In sport, the kickoff of the NRL season has kept the Twittersphere active, with the Rabbitohs’ demolition of the Roosters last Sunday seeing 568k impressions for a unique audience of 77.3k. 

Source: Nielsen Australia. Rankings based on Unique Audience for relevant Australian Twitter activity and includes live/new episodes only.

Source: Nielsen Australia. Rankings based on Unique Audience for relevant Australian Twitter activity and includes live/new episodes only.

Source: Nielsen Australia. Rankings based on Unique Audience for relevant Australian Twitter activity and includes live events only. For simulcast events, the metrics reflect the highest Unique Audience across all airing networks, denoted with an asterisk.

Source: Nielsen Australia. Rankings based on Unique Audience for relevant Australian Twitter activity and includes live events only. For simulcast events, the metrics reflect the highest Unique Audience across all airing networks, denoted with an asterisk.

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