Last night’s tv ratings data and audience measurement for free to air and subscription TV channels for Wednesday 25 August 2021 using Oztam data.
Top 20 TV ratings for Free To Air programs
Seven News remains on number one on the free-to-air channels, with 1,368,000 viewers. Replay of the Day 5 of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games lands number two, with 1,367,000 viewers. Nine News takes on number five with 1,101,000 viewers. The Chase Australia also makes it again to the top ten, this time at number eight, with 735,000 viewers. The last on the top ten is another news program is ABC News with 693,000 viewers.
Top 20 TV ratings for Subscription TV programs
Credlin reclaims the number one spot on subscription TV, with 60,000 viewers. The Bolt Report follows with 53,000 viewers. Newsday appears on the top ten, landing at number four with 41,000 viewers. Bluey remains in the top ten and is at number five with 40,000 fans. This kicks Alan Jones and The Kenny Report to six and seven, respectively. On the other hand, Peppa Pig takes on three spots — eight, nine and ten.
Where is this audience measurement ratings data obtained from?
This Oztam data obtains audience measurements across both free to air and pay-tv subscriptions. Subscription TV ratings are for national STV in both the Metropolitan and Regional areas, while FTA reports cover the Syndey, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide, and Perth. The result is the latest tv ratings for top ratings for Australian television.