WREG Achieves Another Big Sweeps Victory In November, Winning Virtually All Local News Periods

WREG-news-set-640x360

Final household results released recently by Nielsen Media Research show that WREG News Channel 3 is the most watched station in Memphis in virtually all local news time periods as measured during the November survey period.

At 4:30 a.m., WREG wins with a 3.0 rating/9 share. Second place WMC edged out Fox 13 with a 1.9 rating/6 share and Fox 13 had a 1.8 rating/5 share . Winning for WREG continues at 5 a.m. where the station has a 4.7 rating/13 share. Second place WMC has a 3.3 rating/9 share.

At 6 a.m., WREG wins again with an 8.0 rating/18 share, second place WMC has a 7.4 rating/16 share, Fox 13 has a 5.5 rating/12 share, and Local 24 News has a 1.5 rating/3 share.

WREG’s Live at 9 beats Fox 13’s Good Morning Memphis. WREG has a 5.0 rating/12 share, Fox has a 4.7 rating/9 share. WMC airs the Today Show is in third place with a 4.0 rating/9 share.

At noon, WREG wins by a near two-to-one margin over second place. WREG scores an 8.2 rating/18 share vs. WMC’s 4.3 rating/9 share.

At 4 p.m., WREG takes the victory with a 7.1 rating/13 share vs. WMC’s 4.3 rating/8 share.

At 5 p.m., WREG wins with an 8.9 rating/15 share. Second place WMC has a 7.6 rating/13 share, Fox 13 has a 4.1 rating/7 share and Local 24 News has a 1.9 rating/3 share.

Only at 6 p.m. did WREG come in second place, and even at that, the margin of separation was slim. At 6 p.m., WREG has an 8.7 rating/13 share vs. WMC’s 9.1 rating/14 share. Local 24 News has a 1.4 rating/2 share.

At 10 p.m. WREG wins with an 11.5 rating/17 share, second place WMC has a 9.0 rating/14 share, Fox 13 has a 2.9 rating/4 share and LOCAL 24 News has a 1.9 rating/3 share.

Additionally, WREG won every weekend local news time period and won the Friday 10:15 p.m. sports show, defeating WMC substantially.

WREG-TV News Channel 3 is owned by Local TV LLC, a broadcast holding company created in 2007.  Local TV is owned by Oak Hill Capital Partners, a consortium of bankers and high yield lenders.

2 comments

  • Thomas H. Evans

    Now, if they would just take care of their technical problems during broadcast. It is the only channel I watch during the day and most of the evening/night, but at times there seem to be problems of a technical nature and suddenly there is no picture, or what’s on the screen doesn’t match the story presented. Congratulations on your achievement.

Comments are closed.


Related Stories


Follow

Get every new post delivered to your Inbox.

Join 10,808 other followers