Nine’s ratings snapshot: Australian Open – day 3

•De Minaur’s five-set victory peaks with 1.517 million

Wednesday, january 16 2019

Breakout match

Alex De Minaur v Henri Laaksonen
• National peak audience on nine – 1.517 million (metro: 1.074 million / regional: 443,000)
• National average audience on nine – 1.002 million (metro: 748,000 / regional: 254,000)

Free-to-air-shares
• The Nine Network’s free-to-air share of total people was 1.1 share points higher than day three of the 2018 Australian Open.
• The Nine Network’s free-to-air share of people 25-54 was 5.6 share points higher than day three of the 2018 australian open.

The Nine Network was No. 1 on Wednesday across the 5 City Metro with:
• People 25-54: 34.3%
• People 16-39: 36.1%
• TGS + Child: 32.9%
• Total People: 33.1%

Nine’s primary channel was No. 1 on Wednesday across the 5 City Metro with:
• People 25-54: 24.5%
• People 16-39: 27.3%
• TGS + Child: 24.4%
• Total People 25.3%

Night Session – Day Three

Total People:
• National total audience across nine & 9gem of 1.123 million (metro: 811,000 / regional: 312,000)
• National average audience on nine of 983,000 (metro: 726,000 / regional: 257,000)
• National peak audience on nine of 1.490 million (metro: 1.052 million / regional: 438,000)

People 25-54:
• National total audience across nine & 9gem of 393,000 (metro: 307,000 / regional: 86,000)
• National average audience on nine of 337,000 (metro: 270,000 / regional: 67,000)
• National peak audience on nine of 549,000 (metro: 403,000 / regional: 146,000)

Source: oztam metro total tv & regional tam regional fta + wa. Nine/nine content affiliates/9gem/gem/9go!/go!, 5 city metro/sydney/melbourne/brisbane/adelaide/perth/combined agg mkts [& submarkets].

9Now (days 1–2)
• Total stream starts: 945,000
• Total minutes streamed: 14.451 million

Source: Oztam live vpm, 2019 Australian open, 14-15th jan. Based on post-log times

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