CTV show strong ratings in new fall season

Four weeks into the 2004 fall season and CTV is still showing strong numbers with its programs taking eight of Canada's top 10 shows and 15 of the top 20 according to BBM Canada. Among adults 25-54, CTV programs are eight of 10 and 16 of 20 with the 18-34 demo. When compared to the same time period last year, CTV gained two and three spots respectively in the top 20 spots in the adult demos 18-49 and 25-54.
Survivor: Vanuatu stayed its course last Thursday, earning 1.835 (A18-49) million viewers nationally, with a total 2 + audience of 2.977 million. According to BBM People Meter Data, the sixth episode earned a 10.6 rating (18 to 49 year olds) in the Toronto market and a 20.6 rating in Vancouver.

Four weeks into the 2004 fall season and CTV is still showing strong numbers with its programs taking eight of Canada’s top 10 shows and 15 of the top 20 according to BBM Canada. Among adults 25-54, CTV programs are eight of 10 and 16 of 20 with the 18-34 demo. When compared to the same time period last year, CTV gained two and three spots respectively in the top 20 spots in the adult demos 18-49 and 25-54.

Survivor: Vanuatu stayed its course last Thursday, earning 1.835 (A18-49) million viewers nationally, with a total 2 + audience of 2.977 million. According to BBM People Meter Data, the sixth episode earned a 10.6 rating (18 to 49 year olds) in the Toronto market and a 20.6 rating in Vancouver.