SEVEN WINS WEEK SEVEN

Seven Perth won week seven of the 2006 official television ratings period last week by 3.1 share points. The results were:

SEVEN 29.4

NINE 26.3

TEN 22.9

ABC 16.5

This is a particularly pleasing result considering the week included the Commonwealth Games Closing Ceremony and West Coast versus St Kilda game in prime time.

Already this calendar year Seven Perth has won 11 of the 13 calendar weeks.

Seven also had 5 of the top 10 programs telecast in Perth last week. * Worth noting that National Nine's News on Sunday (in position 2) was at 8:00pm straight after the 2006 Commonwealth Games Closing Ceremony telecast and before the Highlights of the 2006 Commonwealth Games. The non-Commonwealth Games News and Today Tonight figures are below.

1

NINE ' S THURSDAY NIGHT FOOTBALL

NINE

228,142

2

NATIONAL NINE NEWS SUNDAY *

NINE

223,190

3

SEVEN NEWS (MONDAY - FRIDAY)

SEVEN

221,277

4

DESPERATE HOUSEWIVES

SEVEN

219,406

5

TODAY TONIGHT

SEVEN

211,549

6

MELBOURNE 2006 COMMONWEALTH GAMES - CLOSING CEREMONY

NINE

205,086

7

SEVEN NEWS - SATURDAY

SEVEN

204,524

8

DANCING WITH THE STARS 4

SEVEN

199,008

9

THE BIGGEST LOSER (AUS) - ELIMINATION

TEN

189,480

10

LAW AND ORDER: SVU RPT

TEN

178,471

NEWS - MONDAY TO FRIDAY

  • Seven News 221,277 viewers 50.3 % share
  • ABC News 139,081
  • Ten News 124,249
  • Nine News 87,276 20.0% share

TODAY TONIGHT versus A CURRENT AFFAIR

  • Today Tonight 211,549 viewers 45.4% share
  • A Current Affair 89,870 18.9% share

* Figures supplied by AGB Nielsen for w/c 26 March 2006 . Figures represent Total Individuals on All Free to Air Networks.