BARB overnights - Malaysian GP

BARB overnights - Malaysian GP

Post by Mower Ma » Tue, 26 Mar 2013 21:58:52


"BBC1's highlights of the Malaysian Grand Prix had 4 million viewers, a
27.2% share, between 2.30pm and 4.30pm.

Sky's live coverage it now has all the live rights, with the BBC
showing around half of the races live had 773,000 viewers (11.6%) from
6.30am with a five-minute peak of 1.35 million."
--
Chris

'Fashion is a form of ugliness so intolerable that we have to alter it
every six months.'

(Oscar Wilde.)

 
 
 

BARB overnights - Malaysian GP

Post by Noj » Wed, 27 Mar 2013 00:11:01

Mower Man wrote ...

Quote:

> "BBC1's highlights of the Malaysian Grand Prix had 4 million viewers, a
> 27.2% share, between 2.30pm and 4.30pm.

> Sky's live coverage ? it now has all the live rights, with the BBC
> showing around half of the races live ? had 773,000 viewers (11.6%) from
> 6.30am with a five-minute peak of 1.35 million."

A share of what ?

Me - I watched Sky live on a dodgy website and a bit of BBC 'cos I was
watching the bicyles.

 
 
 

BARB overnights - Malaysian GP

Post by Mower Ma » Wed, 27 Mar 2013 00:28:50


Quote:
> Mower Man wrote ...

>> "BBC1's highlights of the Malaysian Grand Prix had 4 million viewers, a
>> 27.2% share, between 2.30pm and 4.30pm.

>> Sky's live coverage ? it now has all the live rights, with the BBC
>> showing around half of the races live ? had 773,000 viewers (11.6%) from
>> 6.30am with a five-minute peak of 1.35 million."

> A share of what ?

> Me - I watched Sky live on a dodgy website and a bit of BBC 'cos I was
> watching the bicyles.

I watched live on RTL - with R5 Live english commentary. Nice civilised
start at 8:00. (And the ciclista volta a Catalunya on a web stream later.)

The "share" is the percentage of the total UK audience watching at that
time.

--
Chris

'Fashion is a form of ugliness so intolerable that we have to alter it
every six months.'

(Oscar Wilde.)

 
 
 

BARB overnights - Malaysian GP

Post by Bigbir » Wed, 27 Mar 2013 02:09:47

Quote:

> Mower Man wrote ...

> > "BBC1's highlights of the Malaysian Grand Prix had 4 million
> > viewers, a 27.2% share, between 2.30pm and 4.30pm.

> > Sky's live coverage ? it now has all the live rights, with the BBC
> > showing around half of the races live ? had 773,000 viewers (11.6%)
> > from 6.30am with a five-minute peak of 1.35 million."

> A share of what ?

> Me - I watched Sky live on a dodgy website and a bit of BBC 'cos I
> was watching the bicyles.

I watched using Sky Go, so I guess I wouldn't count as a Sky viewer,
but also watched some of the BBC highlights. Truth is a lot more people
watch the Sky feed than pay or are recorded as doing so.
 
 
 

BARB overnights - Malaysian GP

Post by Noj » Wed, 27 Mar 2013 02:38:29

Bigbird wrote ...

Quote:


> > Mower Man wrote ...

> > > "BBC1's highlights of the Malaysian Grand Prix had 4 million
> > > viewers, a 27.2% share, between 2.30pm and 4.30pm.

> > > Sky's live coverage ? it now has all the live rights, with the BBC
> > > showing around half of the races live ? had 773,000 viewers (11.6%)
> > > from 6.30am with a five-minute peak of 1.35 million."

> > A share of what ?

> > Me - I watched Sky live on a dodgy website and a bit of BBC 'cos I
> > was watching the bicyles.

> I watched using Sky Go, so I guess I wouldn't count as a Sky viewer,
> but also watched some of the BBC highlights. Truth is a lot more people
> watch the Sky feed than pay or are recorded as doing so.

Same goes for BBC F1 programme, there are several sites that charge to
enable foreign viewers to access the BBC website.
 
 
 

BARB overnights - Malaysian GP

Post by Bigbir » Wed, 27 Mar 2013 02:42:04

Quote:

> Bigbird wrote ...


> > > Mower Man wrote ...

> > > > "BBC1's highlights of the Malaysian Grand Prix had 4 million
> > > > viewers, a 27.2% share, between 2.30pm and 4.30pm.

> > > > Sky's live coverage ? it now has all the live rights, with the
> > > > BBC showing around half of the races live ? had 773,000 viewers
> > > > (11.6%) from 6.30am with a five-minute peak of 1.35 million."

> > > A share of what ?

> > > Me - I watched Sky live on a dodgy website and a bit of BBC 'cos I
> > > was watching the bicyles.

> > I watched using Sky Go, so I guess I wouldn't count as a Sky viewer,
> > but also watched some of the BBC highlights. Truth is a lot more
> > people watch the Sky feed than pay or are recorded as doing so.

> Same goes for BBC F1 programme, there are several sites that charge
> to enable foreign viewers to access the BBC website.

...but that has nothing to do with the quoted UK figures.
 
 
 

BARB overnights - Malaysian GP

Post by Noj » Wed, 27 Mar 2013 04:02:32

Bigbird wrote ...

Quote:


> > Bigbird wrote ...


> > > > Mower Man wrote ...

> > > > > "BBC1's highlights of the Malaysian Grand Prix had 4 million
> > > > > viewers, a 27.2% share, between 2.30pm and 4.30pm.

> > > > > Sky's live coverage ? it now has all the live rights, with the
> > > > > BBC showing around half of the races live ? had 773,000 viewers
> > > > > (11.6%) from 6.30am with a five-minute peak of 1.35 million."

> > > > A share of what ?

> > > > Me - I watched Sky live on a dodgy website and a bit of BBC 'cos I
> > > > was watching the bicyles.

> > > I watched using Sky Go, so I guess I wouldn't count as a Sky viewer,
> > > but also watched some of the BBC highlights. Truth is a lot more
> > > people watch the Sky feed than pay or are recorded as doing so.

> > Same goes for BBC F1 programme, there are several sites that charge
> > to enable foreign viewers to access the BBC website.

> ...but that has nothing to do with the quoted UK figures.

IPlayer viewers are included in the figures, to the point that they add
their numbers until the programme is taken off iPlayer.
 
 
 

BARB overnights - Malaysian GP

Post by WrongWayWad » Wed, 27 Mar 2013 04:04:32

Quote:


>> Mower Man wrote ...

>>> "BBC1's highlights of the Malaysian Grand Prix had 4 million
>>> viewers, a 27.2% share, between 2.30pm and 4.30pm.

>>> Sky's live coverage ? it now has all the live rights, with the BBC
>>> showing around half of the races live ? had 773,000 viewers (11.6%)
>>> from 6.30am with a five-minute peak of 1.35 million."

>> A share of what ?

>> Me - I watched Sky live on a dodgy website and a bit of BBC 'cos I
>> was watching the bicyles.

> I watched live on RTL - with R5 Live english commentary. Nice
> civilised start at 8:00. (And the ciclista volta a Catalunya on a web
> stream later.)
> The "share" is the percentage of the total UK audience watching at
> that time.

A 'rating' is the percentage of the total possible households watching your
show.  The 'share' is the percentage of the TVs watching SOMETHING that are
watching your show.  But I think that's what you were saying...
 
 
 

BARB overnights - Malaysian GP

Post by Bigbir » Wed, 27 Mar 2013 04:06:55

Quote:

> Bigbird wrote ...


> > > Bigbird wrote ...


> > > > > Mower Man wrote ...

> > > > > > "BBC1's highlights of the Malaysian Grand Prix had 4 million
> > > > > > viewers, a 27.2% share, between 2.30pm and 4.30pm.

> > > > > > Sky's live coverage ? it now has all the live rights, with
> > > > > > the BBC showing around half of the races live ? had 773,000
> > > > > > viewers (11.6%) from 6.30am with a five-minute peak of 1.35
> > > > > > million."

> > > > > A share of what ?

> > > > > Me - I watched Sky live on a dodgy website and a bit of BBC
> > > > > 'cos I was watching the bicyles.

> > > > I watched using Sky Go, so I guess I wouldn't count as a Sky
> > > > viewer, but also watched some of the BBC highlights. Truth is a
> > > > lot more people watch the Sky feed than pay or are recorded as
> > > > doing so.

> > > Same goes for BBC F1 programme, there are several sites that
> > > charge to enable foreign viewers to access the BBC website.

> > ...but that has nothing to do with the quoted UK figures.

> IPlayer viewers are included in the figures, to the point that they
> add their numbers until the programme is taken off iPlayer.

How is that the same then?
 
 
 

BARB overnights - Malaysian GP

Post by Bigbir » Wed, 27 Mar 2013 04:17:33

Quote:



> > > Mower Man wrote ...

> > > > "BBC1's highlights of the Malaysian Grand Prix had 4 million
> > > > viewers, a 27.2% share, between 2.30pm and 4.30pm.

> > > > Sky's live coverage ? it now has all the live rights, with the
> > > > BBC showing around half of the races live ? had 773,000 viewers
> > > > (11.6%) from 6.30am with a five-minute peak of 1.35 million."

> > > A share of what ?

> > > Me - I watched Sky live on a dodgy website and a bit of BBC 'cos I
> > > was watching the bicyles.

> > I watched live on RTL - with R5 Live english commentary. Nice
> > civilised start at 8:00. (And the ciclista volta a Catalunya on a
> > web stream later.)
> > The "share" is the percentage of the total UK audience watching at
> > that time.

> A 'rating' is the percentage of the total possible households
> watching your show.  

I guess you are thinking 'rating points'. More generally rating can be
represented by estimates of viewers or even the relative popularity of
competing programmes.
 
 
 

BARB overnights - Malaysian GP

Post by Ar » Wed, 27 Mar 2013 05:50:08


Quote:
> "BBC1's highlights of the Malaysian Grand Prix had 4 million viewers, a
> 27.2% share, between 2.30pm and 4.30pm.

> Sky's live coverage it now has all the live rights, with the BBC
> showing around half of the races live had 773,000 viewers (11.6%) from
> 6.30am with a five-minute peak of 1.35 million."

What share of the live viewing figures did RTL Germany record from
British viewers :)
 
 
 

BARB overnights - Malaysian GP

Post by Mower Ma » Wed, 27 Mar 2013 07:29:17


Quote:


>>> Mower Man wrote ...

>>>> "BBC1's highlights of the Malaysian Grand Prix had 4 million
>>>> viewers, a 27.2% share, between 2.30pm and 4.30pm.

>>>> Sky's live coverage ? it now has all the live rights, with the BBC
>>>> showing around half of the races live ? had 773,000 viewers (11.6%)
>>>> from 6.30am with a five-minute peak of 1.35 million."

>>> A share of what ?

>>> Me - I watched Sky live on a dodgy website and a bit of BBC 'cos I
>>> was watching the bicyles.

>> I watched live on RTL - with R5 Live english commentary. Nice
>> civilised start at 8:00. (And the ciclista volta a Catalunya on a web
>> stream later.)
>> The "share" is the percentage of the total UK audience watching at
>> that time.

> A 'rating' is the percentage of the total possible households watching your
> show.  The 'share' is the percentage of the TVs watching SOMETHING that are
> watching your show.  But I think that's what you were saying...

Correct. ish. "Ratings" are the published figures, that's all. Though
there's also the RI - the index of audience appreciation that the BBC
uses. And which as I'm not currently working there and therefore not
hooked up to "Reith", the BBC in house network, I have no access to.

Watching "something" at that time is exactly what I said. As in
"watching at that time."

--
Chris

'Fashion is a form of ugliness so intolerable that we have to alter it
every six months.'

(Oscar Wilde.)

 
 
 

BARB overnights - Malaysian GP

Post by Mower Ma » Wed, 27 Mar 2013 07:31:27


Quote:
> Bigbird wrote ...


>>> Bigbird wrote ...


>>>>> Mower Man wrote ...

>>>>>> "BBC1's highlights of the Malaysian Grand Prix had 4 million
>>>>>> viewers, a 27.2% share, between 2.30pm and 4.30pm.

>>>>>> Sky's live coverage ? it now has all the live rights, with the
>>>>>> BBC showing around half of the races live ? had 773,000 viewers
>>>>>> (11.6%) from 6.30am with a five-minute peak of 1.35 million."

>>>>> A share of what ?

>>>>> Me - I watched Sky live on a dodgy website and a bit of BBC 'cos I
>>>>> was watching the bicyles.

>>>> I watched using Sky Go, so I guess I wouldn't count as a Sky viewer,
>>>> but also watched some of the BBC highlights. Truth is a lot more
>>>> people watch the Sky feed than pay or are recorded as doing so.

>>> Same goes for BBC F1 programme, there are several sites that charge
>>> to enable foreign viewers to access the BBC website.

>> ...but that has nothing to do with the quoted UK figures.

> IPlayer viewers are included in the figures, to the point that they add
> their numbers until the programme is taken off iPlayer.

Yea, i-Player figures are added after the tx date. The raw BARB data
doesn't include them when first published.

--
Chris

'Fashion is a form of ugliness so intolerable that we have to alter it
every six months.'

(Oscar Wilde.)

 
 
 

BARB overnights - Malaysian GP

Post by Mower Ma » Wed, 27 Mar 2013 07:32:09


Quote:

>> "BBC1's highlights of the Malaysian Grand Prix had 4 million viewers, a
>> 27.2% share, between 2.30pm and 4.30pm.

>> Sky's live coverage it now has all the live rights, with the BBC
>> showing around half of the races live had 773,000 viewers (11.6%) from
>> 6.30am with a five-minute peak of 1.35 million."

> What share of the live viewing figures did RTL Germany record from
> British viewers :)

:-)

--
Chris

'Fashion is a form of ugliness so intolerable that we have to alter it
every six months.'

(Oscar Wilde.)