The agreement includes local TV rating services, audio, and digital ratings for Entravision’s 22 predominantly Spanish-language markets.
A record 532 original scripted series aired on television in 2019, according to research from cable network FX. The network’s annual figure is the most commonly cited number to show how programming has mushroomed in the Peak TV era. In terms of the sheer volume of content, though, the FX figure understates what’s available — by a factor of more than 1,000, according to data from Nielsen.
Nielsen Voter Ratings combines advanced meter technology, big data, people-powered panels and voter registration data to provide persons-level, monthly voter-based insights.
A+E Networks, AMC Networks, CBS, Discovery, Fox, NBCUniversal, WarnerMedia and other media publishers double down on addressable TV initiatives ahead of the 2020 upfronts.
Nielsen will provide rating services for Nexstar’s 197 television stations, national unwired ratings, digital subchannels, Antenna TV and national distribution of WGN America.
Following news of its plan to split into two businesses, Nielsen announced that its chief financial officer and chief operating officer David Anderson will be leaving at the end of this year
Using Amobee 4Screen, it will now be possible for broadcasters, advertisers and agencies to 1.) Plan and forecast campaigns across all four screens — connected TV, linear TV, mobile and desktop. 2) Continuously measure audience exposure during a campaign. 3) Optimize the targeting and cross-channel allocation. 4.)Access pacing and reporting across four screens.
Martin Scorsese’s The Irishman drew 13.2 million total viewers over its first five days on Netflix, according to Nielsen. That average-minute audience is more than El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie (8.2 million) and less than Bird Box (16.9 million).
The compromised C3 metric and the slower-burning fuse of C7 have done next to nothing to offset the ravages of commercial avoidance, offering about as much protection from ratings erosion as an umbrella provides in the shadow of an earthbound boulder.
Two years after Nielsen rolled out its SVOD Content Ratings to measure viewership for Netflix programs, the company is expanding the service to also cover Amazon Prime Video. The SVOD Content Ratings tool will now measure audiences for Amazon Prime Video content through connected televisions and smart TV devices in the U.S., which accounts for about 75% of all viewing — but does not include mobile or computer streaming.
In regards to recent changes Nielsen has made to its TV market measurements, the Media Ratings Council says its accreditation of these markets has remained unchanged.
In another indication of changing viewing habits, shows are capturing viewers up to five weeks after they air. The Big Bang Theory got the biggest viewing lift from delayed viewing 8 to 35 days after it aired.
Hours after the local markets’ numbers should have come in, Nielsen’s much vaulted leap today into a greater ratings universe has turned into an embarrassing pratfall. “This is a joke, it’s been crickets,” said one network executive this afternoon of the lack of promised data from the measurement company on Friday. It was the first day without the early metrics from 56 markets that often kick off the ratings race every morning and often are the barometer for live events like last night’s Thursday Night Football NFL game.
Starting tomorrow, electronic delivery of data in the 71 remaining DMAs features the deployment of Portable People Meter measurement integrated with existing TV panels in all 25 Local People Meter markets and 19 Set-Meter markets.
In Nielsen’s latest annual ordering of its 210 Designated Market Areas, there are only five changes in the top 20 markets and three among the top 10: San Francisco is now 6, Washington is 7 and Houston is 8. But there is a lot of movement in markets 35 on down.
Same-day Nielsen ratings for network series have fallen precipitously in the past five years, and delayed and multiplatform viewing isn’t likely to get all of those losses back.
With audiences becoming consumers of video that streams from a panoply of screens, maneuvers to measure them are becoming commonplace. Simply put, the systems in place to calibrate couch-potato activity no longer meet the demands of the marketplace.
“In our current multiplatform world, everything is now being sold on an impression basis except linear TV,” says TVB President Steve Lanzano. “We want local TV stations and the ad agencies to be able to sell and buy that way, too. We have been working with the buying agencies for some time behind the scenes and now we are going public.”
Looking to improve TV/movie owners’ content tracking abilities and resolve consumers’ search/discovery program issues, Nielsen’s Gracenote has started a new ID system. Using the new ID system, studios and networks can register content with Gracenote’s video database for search and discovery in program guides, interfaces and OTT catalogs.
Nielsen and Morris Network Inc. today reached a long-term agreement for local TV measurement in all RPD+ markets including Chattanooga, Tenn.; Columbus-Tupelo Miss.; Wilmington, N.C.; Gulfport-Biloxi Miss.; Lexington, Ky.; and Macon, Ga. Morris Network Inc.’s parent company, Morris Multimedia Inc., based in Savannah, Ga., is one of the largest privately held media companies in the […]
Nielsen says the change will begin next September, when it begins accounting for people who watch outside of their homes. That news means that people who watch in bars, airports, offices or anywhere on their phones or tablets will be accounted for in the measurements used to set advertising rates. Last week, NBC dominated with an average of 8.8 million viewers. CBS was second with 3.7 million, ABC had 3.5 million, Fox had 3.3 million, Ion Television had 1.3 million, Univision had 1.2 million, Telemundo had 1.1 million and the CW had 610,000.
Nielsen has been prepping the networks for significant changes in the way it reports “overnight” numbers starting this fall, according to insiders at two major broadcast networks. On Oct. 3, the “metered-market ratings” for primetime TV shows are expected to be sent to networks at 1 p.m. ET the following day, or four-and-a-half hours later than they currently are.
Web-based TV continue to grow with 56% of U.S. adults classified as streamers, up from 48% last year and 40% in 2017, according to a new report from Nielsen. The percentage of households that can stream TV programming has grown to 65% in 2019 from 59% in 2918 and 51% in 2017, Nielsen says in its new Local Watch Report
Net income rose 71% to $123 million, or 34 cents per share, from $72 million, or 20 cents per share a year ago. The company says it expects its strategic review to be completed by the time it releases its third-quarter financial results.
An auction to sell Nielsen Holdings appears to be a bust — but the ratings giant has not given up and is now looking to sell itself in pieces. The Manhattan company, known for its television ratings business, has started to contact buyers about acquiring parts of its business, two sources with direct knowledge of the discussions said.
Nielsen said it reached an agreement with Quotient Technology that lets Nielsen use Quotient’s omni-channel purchase information to support data-driven marketing.
“Big Brother” held the top spot on Wednesday’s ratings, the only show on the broadcast nets to reach a 1.0 in the adults 18-49 demographic. “Masterchef” tied its season high in adults 18-49 at 0.8.
Nielsen’s core national TV measurement processing modernizes its traditional on-premise servers to a cloud-based infrastructure.
The group’s WVNC in Watertown, N.Y., and WLTZ in Columbus, Ga., will have access to Nielsen’s local TV measurement services.
Today, Nielsen launched the Nielsen Podcast Listener Buying Power Service from Nielsen Scarborough, with charter clients that include iHeartMedia, Cadence13, Midroll-Stitcher’s advertising arm, Westwood One and Cabana. Clients will be able to profile shows using program titles collected from Nielsen subscribers to connect specific types of listeners with particular advertisers and specific program-level insights. Nielsen […]
In an age of peak TV, the decision about what to watch has become so difficult that 21% of streaming service users decide to do something else before they can find a program that interested them. Making program navigation and discovery easier for consumer is increasingly important to TV providers and in its new first quarter […]
The station group reups for Nielsen Local TV measurement services at six stations.
With no common measurement data, OTT services are playing by multiple rule books, broadcast executives say at TVNewsCheck’s OTT News Summit.
Evertz, a global provider of media and entertainment technology solutions, announces the integration and official certification of Nielsen watermarking technology within its portfolio of file-based products, which includes both Mediator-X and OvertureRT-LIVE. Mediator-X is Evertz’ media asset management, content supply chain and playout automation solution. OvertureRT-LIVE is the company’s linear playout solution. Nielsen watermarking technology […]
Nielsen said it will be measuring the viewing of advertising on YouTube’s mobile app in an additional 26 markets. In-app YouTube viewing started being measured by Nielsen’s Digital Ad Ratings in 2017.
Nielsen’s cross-platform media planning solution includes advanced audience segments and enables cross-channel optimization.
The sooner we get to a fully measured consumer experience the better for everyone — stations, advertisers and consumers. Nielsen is the leading candidate to do that, but, make no mistake, someone will make it happen.