AEG Seeks Extension On L.A. Stadium Project FCC Ends Its Sports Blackout Rule Arbitrator To Rule In Ray Rice Appeal "MNF" Sees Slight Overnight Ratings Dip SportsNet LA Impasse Could Be Turning Point Sportsnet Reveals New Hockey Central Studio New TV Show Shines Light On Giants Scouts App Review: Dan Patrick Show For iPhone Next For NFL In London: Back-To-Back Games NFL Week 4 Sunday Ratings Down
Upcoming Conferences and Events
SBD/January 7, 2014/Media
NFL Playoffs Off To Strong Start With Most-Viewed Wild Card Weekend On Record
Published January 7, 2014
FIT FOR A QUEEN CITY: In Charlotte, Erik Spanberg noted WJZY-Fox drew 639,950 local viewers for 49ers-Packers, "an audience that trails only" the 656,320 viewers for the Nov. 18 Patriots-Panthers "MNF" telecast. Meanwhile, Saints-Eagles drew 473,540 viewers on WCNC-NBC in Charlotte, with the local affiliate drawing 350,230 viewers for Colts-Chiefs. Charlotte-based WBTV-CBS drew 407,370 for Chargers-Bengals (BIZJOURNALS.com, 1/6).
EXPORT ASSISTANCE: CTV averaged 1.6 million Canadian viewers for 49ers-Packers, marking the fourth-largest Wild Card audience since CTV began airing NFL games in '07. The net averaged 1.1 million viewers for Saints-Eagles, 997,000 viewers for Colts-Chiefs, and 869,000 viewers for Chargers-Bengals (CTV).