ABC News channel rises as invasion begins

News events in Europe saw the ABC News channel increase its share last night.

A week ago, the channel attracted a 1.9% share, but last night it topped multichannels at 159,000 and reached a 5.9% share.

Seven news remained No. 1 overall at 965,000 / 899,000 ahead of Nine News (870,000 / 823,000), ABC News who won his place at 661,000 and SBS World News also up to 202,000 / 196,000.

Meanwhile 7:30 a.m. led its slot to 569,000 subway viewers by beating Far from home (532,000 / 443,000 from 7 p.m.), RBT (447,000), the beginnings of First dates the 10th (334,000) and Foreign correspondent (330,000).

Later Australia behind bars led to 426,000 then Q+A (237,000), Test-show (223,000 / 169,000), Movie: Hustlers (170,000) and The long call (128,000).

The Nine network won Thursday with 28.3% then Seven 26.8%, ABC 20.0%, 10 16.0% and SBS 8.9%.

Elsewhere The hunt shot 491,000 / 292,000 for Seven.

A topical matter was then 582,000 harness (406,000 / 274,000) and A+E after dark (213,000).

The project drawn 344,000 / for 10. 10 news first was 288,000 / 196,000

On SBS it was Scenic Coastal Walks with Kate Humble (129,000), No bodies found (72,000) and Brain (70,000).

The morning show: 136,000 / 78,000
extra today: 134,000 / 81,000
Workshop 10: 39,000 / 33,000 /

The numbers from Total TV last Thursday were:
The long call: 385,000
Far from home: 970,000
Australia behind bars: 753,000
Foreign correspondent: 596,000

OzTAM nights: Thursday, February 24, 2022