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Wednesday, June 27, 2012

KAPAMMILYA GOLD OVERTAKES AFTERNOON PRIME!

Here are the comparative Household Ratings of ABS-CBN, TV5, and GMA-7 programs from June 22, 2012 based on the overnight ratings of Kantar Media/TNS among Total Philippines (Urban & Rural) households:

June 22, Friday
Morning:

Umagang Kay Ganda (ABS-CBN) 4.6%; Unang Hirit (GMA-7) 3.7%
Kris TV (ABS-CBN) 8%; Hunter X Hunter (GMA-7) 6.2%; Pokemon (GMA-7) 7.6%; Inuyasha (GMA-7) 7.7%
2012 NBA Finals (ABS-CBN) 22.1%; Slam Dunk (GMA-7) 7.2%; One Piece (GMA-7) 7.6%; Cooking With The Stars (GMA-7) 5.1%; Kapuso Movie Festival: Fantastic Man (GMA-7) 8%; Chef Boy Logro: Kusina Master(GMA-7) 8.8%



Afternoon:

It’s Showtime (ABS-CBN) 11.6%; Eat Bulaga! (GMA-7) 15.3%
Mundo Man Ay Magunaw (ABS-CBN) 10.9%; Hiram Na Puso (GMA-7) 12.3%
Kung Ako’y Iiwan Mo (ABS-CBN) 15.3%;Kasalanan Bang Ibigin Ka? (GMA-7) 11.3%
PBB Teen Edition 4 Uber 2012 (ABS-CBN) 10.2%; Faithfully (GMA-7) 11.2%
Hiyas (ABS-CBN) 10.6%; It Started With A Kiss 2 (GMA-7) 8.8%
                                          
Evening:

Aryana (ABS-CBN) 21.3%; My Daddy Dearest (GMA-7) 9.3%
TV Patrol (ABS-CBN) 30.7%; 24 Oras (GMA-7) 15.4%; Wil Time Bigtime (TV5) 6.3%
Princess And I (ABS-CBN) 39.4%; Luna Blanca (GMA-7) 14.8%
Walang Hanggan (ABS-CBN) 43.2%; Makapiling Kang Muli (GMA-7) 14.1%; Valiente (TV5) 3.3%
Dahil Sa Pag-ibig (ABS-CBN) 28.8%; One True Love (GMA-7) 12.9%; Lie To Me (GMA-7) 9.5%; Runaway (TV5) 3.6%
Pinoy Big Brother Teen Edition 4 (ABS-CBN) 15%; Bubble Gang (GMA-7) 8.2%; Super Sine Prime: The Spirit (TV5) 3%
Bandila (ABS-CBN) 4.5%; Saksi (GMA-7) 3.7%; Pilipinas News (TV5) 1.1%
SOCO (ABS-CBN) 3.6%; Tunay Na Buhay (GMA-7) 2.3%; Bitag (TV5) 0.9%; Juicy! (TV5) 0.4%
Storyline (ABS-CBN) 1.5%; Cge TV In Da Loop (ABS-CBN) 0.8%;Just For Laughs Gags (GMA-7) 1.4%;The Medyo Late Night Show With Jojo A. (TV5) 0.2%

11 comments:

FOR SALE said...

WOw gling nman ng ABS..primetime s knila n at pti nrin s afternoon....MORNING nlng med u mhina sila....gling nman ng ABS...
GOOD year s knila un 2012

44.5percent n ANG WANGLNGHANGGAN nila yan n un pinakmtaas mula 2000 to 2012....

Anonymous said...

eat bulaga na nga lang bumubuhay sa syete eh ...naku pano bayan palubog na pati noontime ng mga kanguso!!!

Anonymous said...

WOW HUMAHABOL ANG PRINCESS AND I SA WALANG HANGGAN AH...


GOOD JOB ABS-CBN!!!!!!!

TIGNAN NIYO DUMIDIKIT ANG SHOWTIME SA EAT BULAGA.....

Anonymous said...

@2 EB bumaba na ang ratings sa Kantar... Naungusan na rin ng 24 Oras...

Anonymous said...

44.5percent n ANG WANGLNGHANGGAN nila yan n un pinakmtaas mula 2000 to 2012...
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i dont think so?..kasi ung may bukas pa at agua bendita at mara clara eh mataas din ang rtaing...

Anonymous said...

Grabe naman...bumagsak bigla ang afternoon prime....average of 15-22% dati dati ngayon nasa 10-15% na lang....tas sa primetime, nasa 15-20% tas ngayon nasa 10-15% na lang....nangangamoy isda ang kantar....tapos school day pa ngayon..noong summer nga eh hindi tumaas ang rating ng kapamilya gold at primetime. ngayon pa kaya na busy ang mga students..

Anonymous said...

agb ang nangagamoy isda...dahil sa kantar...kahit talo ang abs-cbn 2 inilalabas nila....

at ang kantar wala pang issue about fraud maging sa ibang bansa...

eh ang agb hindi lang dito may issue ng fraud, even in athens, greece.

Anonymous said...

nasa peak kasi ng story ang KUNG AKOY IIWAN MO...KUNG SAAN NAKAKULONG AT NILALATIGO SA BANSANG QATAR, SI JAKE AT BANGS GARCIA....BAWAL KASI DUN ANG MGKARELASYON NG HINDI KASAL...at bago ito sa mga televiewers...hindi gaya ng paulit ulit na drama ng syete....

kaya tumaas ang kapamilya gold ng dos.....

Anonymous said...

TURKEY— The Turkish TV ratings industry is in a state of confusion after police raided the offices of ratings provider AGB Nielsen and two TV production companies amid claims that panel members’ details were leaked to third parties who sought to bribe them.

Local media have reported that TV audience research body TIAK has terminated AGB Nielsen’s contract early, although the company said it has received no confirmation of this.

Seven people were reportedly detained by Istanbul Police’s organised crime bureau as part of the raids, including AGB Nielsen’s production director Hilmi Berkoz and Cemal Orcun Koktuna, who used to work at AGB but is now financial director at TNS Turkey. Four have been released following questioning but three – including Berkoz and Koktuna – are said to have been referred to a court demanding their arrest.

An AGB Nielsen spokesperson told Research: “There were media reports last week alleging fraud in TV audience ratings that referred to a police investigation, Nielsen, and certain of its personnel. The media reports were misleading because they did not clearly indicate that Nielsen had also referred an incident of data theft to the police in September for investigation.

“We are gratified to see the police pursuing its investigation for the benefit of our clients, the TV industry and the general public. Nielsen and its personnel are cooperating with the police investigation but we can’t comment further on it. Nielsen continues to place the highest priority on integrity in its TV audience ratings and its entire management team is dedicated to that objective.”

As reports emerged of the raids, TIAK is reported to have pulled the plug early on its contract with Nielsen – which was to end soon anyway after a new contract was won by TNS.

TIAK chief executive Hidayet Karaca was quoted as saying: “The reliability of the measurement system that constituted the basis for the distribution of advertisements and conducted by [AGB Nielsen] has ceased to be.”

Nielsen said, it has “not received official confirmation of this yet” and it is unclear whether TNS’s contract will now commence sooner than expected. A TNS spokesperson said that the company was “in discussions with TIAK” and that conversations were ongoing, but could not comment further.

TIAK could not be reached for comment.

Allegations about panellists being offered money by TV companies to alter their viewing habits previously surfaced in 2009, when it was claimed that a small number of AGB Nielsen’s 2,500-strong panel had been offered cash to watch certain programmes or switch off during ad breaks. AGB Nielsen and TIAK asked a local prosecutor to investigate the matter.
http://www.research-live.com/news/legal/police-raid-throws-turkish-tv-ratings-into-chaos/4006601.article

Anonymous said...

Aruy.. Kawawa nmn ang kapuso.. Paano ba yan, dali ipasok na ulit ang utang ng Dos issue... At pagiging worst performer among the 38 top companies. Nganga mga kapuso...

Anonymous said...

BROOOM BROOOM BROOOM!!!!

TABI KAYO MGA KAPUCHU!!!

SASAGASAAN NAMIN KAYO EH!!!

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