WCVB, Hearst’s ABC affiliate in Boston, is calling on Nielsen to investigate the accuracy of ratings dating back to 2016 after a single household in the market skewed the February sweeps, pushing Fox affiliate WFXT to late-night wins.
“I have never seen this before in my career,” WCVB president and general manager Bill Fine said in a letter to clients. we believe the circumstances in Boston to be more pronounced.” Fine’s letter comes on the heels of Nielsen reissuing Boston’s February ratings Monday after removing the data from the household in question.
"We became aware of irregular button pushing compliance patterns in a Local People Meter home in Boston," a Nielsen spokesperson said.
"The household was removed from measurement soon after the start of the March survey period." WFXT VP and general manager Tom Raponi indicated he was ready to put the ordeal to rest.
You can see the whole thing here, via the Hollywood Reporter, but here are six facts learned from the list: (Note: These numbers only represent Live 7 data from Nielsen, which accounts for live viewing, plus who watched a show for up to a week after it first aired.
This does not account for streaming or on-demand.) 1) Despite losing some high-profile shows, AMC ruled at basic cable ratings last year.
“My sense is that 2015 or 2016 will represent peak TV in America, and that we’ll begin to see declines coming the year after that and beyond.” “Peak TV” was again a theme at this month’s winter TCA press tour.
Their companies are in a race to become the gold standard for measuring video across digital and television platforms.Even though some will argue that it’s all about the demographic numbers these days, and total viewers don’t matter as much to advertisers, it’s still unusual to see this sheer amount of ratings data in one list — particularly a comprehensive look comparing broadcast, cable and premium cable series.It certainly sheds light on why there’s such a glut of TV lately.48, followed by none other than TNT’s unstoppable “Rizzoli & Isles” (6.5 million) at No. And even then, AMC’s “Better Call Saul” and “Talking Dead” aren’t far behind. It’s not always easy to find ratings data on the premium cable networks, but here you go.The US online dating market will reach 2 million in 2011, according to a latest report from Jupiter Research. , America’s largest free online dating site, has announced it has closed million in Series A funding.Com Score rolled out its own cross-platform tool this year after finalizing its merger with Rentrak.Nielsen and Com Score employ different methodologies, but both are trying to meet industry demand to bridge the measurement gap between linear television and digital. Simpson: American Crime Story” drew 259 billion views.The second are will be for actual dating services and be divided accordingly.This is an ongoing project that I plan to add to regularly.This page is an attempt by me to organize the vast majority of online dating related statistics and facts available on the Internet.Almost every week there seems to be a new statistic produced that tries to top the last one.