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F1 Qualifying Session Scores Solid Ratings On RTL; Bundesliga Again Strong On Sky
Published March 18, 2013
SKY HIGH: QUOTEN METER's Manuel Weis reported German pay-TV channel Sky "recorded strong ratings with its Bundesliga simulcast" on Saturday afternoon. The channel's simulcast, which started at 2:30pm German time, attracted 1.31 million viewers. The number translated into a 8.9% market share. In the target demographic, the broadcast was watched by 660,000 viewers and had a 12.7%. Sky's live broadcast of the day's top match between Bayer Leverkusen and Bayern Munich, which aired at 6:30pm, attracted an average of 1.05 million viewers, which equaled a 4.1% share. In the target demographic, Munich's 2-1 victory obtained a 6.3% share (QUOTEN METER, 3/17).