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Despite being a fine place to catch some classic Johnny Depp strangeness, the first-ever broadcast of the Hollywood Film Awards was far from a ratings success.

According to The Wrap, the CBS broadcast averaged a 0.5 rating/2 share in the all-important 18-49 year demographic — tying with the CW for fourth place behind the other broadcast networks. It fared slightly better in total viewers, racking up 3.7 million for the night… Continue reading Dismal ratings for the Hollywood Film Awards

One of the last new shows to debut this fall got off to a soft start Friday night.

NBC’s Constantine opened to 4.3 million viewers and a 1.4 rating among adults 18-49. While hardly hellish, the DC Comics supernatural drama series was edged out in the 10 p.m. hour by ABC’s 20/20. Plus, last year’s Dracula was 29 percent higher. Constantine‘s lead-in, the fourth season premiere of Grimm, had… Continue reading ‘Constantine’ has modest ratings debut

The fall season hasn’t even officially started, and already one heavily-hyped show is looking like a bomb: Fox’s Utopia continued its ratings slide during its Friday night premiere. The reality experiment fell to 2 million viewers and a 0.7 rating among adults 18-49.

Here is the Utopia trend so far: 2.0 demo rating for its Sunday NFL-fueled debut, down to 0.9 for its regular Tuesday time slot premiere, and now… Continue reading ‘Utopia’ ratings drop again: How long will it last?

It is the 4th consecutive year that Maxus stays on top of the RECMA ratings. Wins business upwards of Rs 300 crore in H1 of 2014

BestMediaInfo Bureau | Delhi | July 18, 2014

Maxus-Maxus, India’s leading integrated media agency, has retained the honour of being the most “dominant” agency yet again, according to the latest RECMA report, a qualitative assessment for all leading… Continue reading Maxus remains “dominant” in India in latest RECMA ratings

The 2014 FIFA World Cup is setting records for ESPN, which scored its highest-rated World Cup opener when 4.435 million viewers tuned into the Brazil-Croatia telecast on Thursday.

It marked the fourth-highest-rated match of all group play games dating back to 1994 for the network, and was ESPN’s best non-U.S. game. Brazil’s 3-1 victory also became the most-watched event on the digital platform WatchESPN, bringing in 1.1 million… Continue reading World Cup opener a ratings high for ESPN