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Monthly TV Report: November 2014
- People in the UK watched an average of 2 hours, 36 minutes of commercial linear TV a day during November
- Total linear TV viewing (including BBC) was 3 hours, 52 minutes a day
- Commercial TV’s share of linear viewing in November 2014 was 67%
- Total commercial impacts were down slightly by 1.1% year on year
The latest figures from the Broadcasters’ Audience Research Board (BARB) show that commercial TV accounted for 67% of total linear TV viewing in November.
Due in part to better weather this year and the improving economy, people have been encouraged out of the house more and so watched a little less linear TV as a result. The average viewer watched 2 hours, 36 minutes of commercial TV a day in November, 3 minutes less than last year. Commercial TV impacts were down slightly by 1.1% on the previous year.
Across the key advertiser audiences, men watched 2 hours, 36 minutes a day of commercial TV, 1 minute up from last year; 16-34s watched 2 hours, 2 minutes a day, down 7 minutes; and ABC1 adults watched 2 hours 9 minutes a day, up 1 minute on last year.
In total, linear TV viewing in November (including BBC channels) decreased by 9 minutes compared with last year; with the average viewer watching 3 hours 52 minutes of TV a day.
BARB measures all in-home viewing on the TV set. It doesn’t yet measure out of the home viewing or viewing on other devices but is working on adding more screens to the numbers.
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