Vancouver 2010 Audience Day 13 Recap: 10.5 Million Viewers Watch Team
Canada Defeat Russia
- 8.2 million watch Canada win silver and gold in Women's
Bobsleigh on CTV -
- Men's Hockey delivers Games-high 1.2 million viewers to V/CPAC -
- OLYMPIC PRIME TIME averages 6.7 million viewers -
- OLYMPIC MORNING grows day-to-day -
- CTVOlympics.ca and RDSolympiques.ca surpass 155 million page views -
VANCOUVER, Feb. 25 /CNW/ - Nearly two-thirds of the Canadian population watched some part of Team Canada's 7-3 win over Russia last night. Reaching 21.6 million viewers, the game was watched on average by 10.5 million viewers (peaking at 13.3 million), making it one of the most-watched sporting events in Canadian history and just shy of Sunday's historic audience for the CAN/USA game (10.6 million). The game was watched by 9.3 million viewers on CTV alone, and also delivered the highest Vancouver 2010 audience yet for V/CPAC, with 1.2 million viewers. After Day 13, 98.5% of the population - or 32,985,000 Canadians - have engaged with Vancouver 2010 coverage, according to Canada's Olympic Broadcast Media Consortium's CUME index.
Day 13 Average Audiences
OLYMPIC MORNING/LE RÉVEIL OLYMPIQUE 847,000
OLYMPIC DAYTIME/JEUX OLYMPIQUES EN JOURNÉE 2.7 million
OLYMPIC PRIME TIME/
JEUX OLYMPIQUES AUX HEURES DE GRANDE ÉCOUTE 6.7 million
Additional Day 13 Highlights - Television
- Immediately following Men's Hockey, 8.2 million viewers on CTV
watched Kaillie Humphries and Heather Moyse win gold and Helen
Upperton and Shelley-Ann Brown win silver in Women's Bobsleigh. The
full 50-minute event averaged 3.6 million viewers (including
1.1 million on Rogers Sportsnet) before peaking at 13 million viewers
at 10:06 p.m. ET, when Canada's gold and silver placements were
announced. Bobsleigh also delivered 837,000 viewers for RDS.
- On TSN, Short Track Speed Skating was watched by 858,000 viewers for
the Ladies' 3000m Relay Finals and 848,000 viewers for the Men's 500m
- Vancouverites are watching Games coverage more than any other market
in the country. The average hours consumed so far by those reached in
Vancouver is 32.3 hours/week, compared to 29.3/week in Calgary and
26/week in Toronto.
- Men's Hockey pushed OLYMPIC PRIME TIME's average audience to 6.7
million viewers, its second highest of the Games.
- OLYMPIC MORNING has seen its audience increase for two days in a row.
Wednesday's show was 8% higher than Tuesday, and 30% higher than
Monday. The early morning show is averaging 1.05 million viewers
through Day 13 of the Games.
- JEUX OLYMPIQUES AUX HEURES DE GRANDE ÉCOUTE delivered 727,000 viewers
for V/CPAC, RDS and RIS, while JEUX OLYMPIQUES EN JOURNÉE was watched
by 414,000 viewers.
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SOURCE CANADA'S OLYMPIC BROADCAST MEDIA CONSORTIUM - OLYMPIC WINTER GAMES - ENGLISH
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