HEMI_guy wrote: »
How many are DVR'ing it and watching it later? Do recorded shows get counted in the ratings?
twintownterror wrote: »
They do if they are watched inside a specific set of time. I thinks something like 48 or 72 hours...
Warren Evans wrote: »
Not trying to defend All Access, but I'm interested to know why you don't think you'll renew.
The number of cord cutters, those who cancel pay TV, is expected to climb 32.8 percent this year to 33 million. That’s higher than the 27.1 million (22 percent growth rate) cord cutters expected for 2018 in eMarketer's forecast last year.
And those decisions are thinning the ranks of those who inclined to pay companies such as Comcast, AT&T's DirecTV and others for entertainment. Overall, 186.7 million U.S. adults will watch cable, satellite or telco-delivered pay TV in 2018, down 3.8 percent over last year, according to eMarketer’s latest U.S. pay TV/over-the-top video forecast, based on 30 different research sources. That decline is higher than the 3.4 percent drop in 2017.
Also accelerating is viewership on YouTube, Netflix, Amazon and Hulu. YouTube retains the largest audience with an expected 192 million U.S. viewers, but Netflix is expected to hit 147.5 million viewers by the end of the year. Amazon is expected to hit 88.7 million viewers, with Hulu amassing 55 million, the research firm says.
"Another factor driving the acceleration of cord-cutting is the availability of compelling and affordable live TV packages that are delivered via the internet without the need for installation fees or hardware.”
OVERNIGHT NUMBERS: The @NHRA #USNats scored a Nielsen Overnight Rating of .8/2, up 14% from last year's .7/2 and the highest Overnight rating for the event since moving to @FOXSports in 2016 ... it was the highest metered-market rating for an #NHRA event this season #NHRAonFOX
luxexpress wrote: »
I don't know how they come up with the ratings but I rarely watch the Fox broadcasts since I got All Access but I do have them set to record them on the DVR.
slugbelch wrote: »
I put the links on the first post:
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