- One News: 778,910 (TV ONE, 6:00pm – 7:00pm)
- Seven Sharp: 606,190 (TV ONE, 7:00pm – 7:30pm)
- Border Security: 578,820 (TV ONE, 7:30pm – 8:00pm)
- The Force: 534,460 (TV ONE, 8:00pm – 8:30pm)
- Shortland Street: 431,710 (TV2, 7:00pm – 8:05pm)
They might have the most watched TV news bulletin in the country but when it comes to your online news source during the rest of the day, TVNZ are well behind the New Zealand Herald and Stuff. Queue the introduction of a new news website from TVNZ.
Yesterday, TVNZ sent out a news release announcing the arrival of One News Now:
TVNZ’s new digital-first offering ONE News Now (ONN) is live from today. Continue reading »
TVNZ’s new digital-first offering ONE News Now (ONN) was launched yesterday.
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Top 20 most time shifted shows
For the third consecutive week, TV3’s new late night news program Newsworthy, dropped from the previous week. The average audience was down another 3% to 63,486 viewers per night.
TV3’s efforts to drive away viewers at 7pm saw Come Dine With Me take the network to a new low last week with an average audience of 135,388 viewers per night, down another 1% on the previous week’s earlier record.
Thursday and Friday saw Come Dine With Me hit an average audience lower then any episode from Campbell Live’s ten year history. Last week’s average audience was 49% lower than 2014 and 61% lower than 2013.