SEVEN WINS THE WEEK BY 10.7 SHARE POINTS

Seven Perth won last week's television ratings by a whopping 10.7 share points. The results were:

SEVEN 33.7

NINE 23.0

TEN 21.2

ABC 17.1

Official ratings period for 2006 commenced yesterday, but already this calendar year Seven Perth has now won 5 of the 6 weeks.

Seven had 9 of the top 10 programs telecast in Perth last week.

1

DESPERATE HOUSEWIVES

SEVEN

309,576

2

PRISON BREAK

SEVEN

233,750

3

SEVEN NEWS - SATURDAY

SEVEN

210,631

4

SEVEN NEWS - MONDAY-FRIDAY

SEVEN

206,813

5

TODAY TONIGHT

SEVEN

201,762

6

SEVEN NEWS - SUNDAY

SEVEN

198,647

7

NATIONAL NINE NEWS - SUNDAY

NINE

184,549

8

GHOST WHISPERER

SEVEN

183,234

9

THE GREAT OUTDOORS

SEVEN

182,616

10

BEYOND TOMORROW

SEVEN

181,162

NEWS - MONDAY TO FRIDAY

Seven News 206,813 47.3% share at 6.00pm

ABC News 147,218

Ten News 130,292

Nine News 104,046 24.0% share at 6.00pm

TODAY TONIGHT

Today Tonight 201,762 45.0% share

A Current Affair 95,472 21.4% share

DESPERATE HOUSEWIVES

The debut of Desperate Housewives Series 2 on Monday the 06 th of February drew 2,246,000 viewers across Australia.

Seven in Perth did a whopping 50.9 share and peaked at 319,000 viewers.

WINTER OLYMPICS

The re-broadcast of the opening of the 2006 Winter Olympics at 8:30pm on Saturday the 11 th of February did a 37% share in Perth

It averaged 113,873 viewers across the 3 hour telecast and peaked at 174,000 viewers.

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