FIA Looks To Make Cars Harder To Drive More Than 400K Watch MotoGP On Sport1 Nuvolari New Pro12 Broadcaster In Italy San Siro Not Enough Anymore For Milan Aluko Becomes First Female MOTD Pundit AFL Set For Record-Breaking Contract Polish FA Signs Deal With Okocim Brewery Transfers Fueled By Offshore Lending BV Sports To Distribute ISL Global Rights BT Sport's Petter Says Viewership Up
Enter amount in full numerical value, without currency symbol or commas (ex: 3000000).
Upcoming Conferences and Events
SBD Global/February 24, 2014/Media
ARD Obtains Top Ratings For Sochi Winter Games; Europa League Scores On Kabel Eins
Published February 24, 2014
OLYMPICS THURSDAY: QUOTENMETER's Elisabeth Saukel reported ARD "attracted 1.62 million viewers to its broadcast of the Nordic combined team event, which started at 9am on Thursday morning." The number equaled a market share of 29.8%. About an hour later, the men's ski cross final obtained a market share of 28.7% as 1.88 million viewers tuned in at 9:55am. Around noon, 3.41 million viewers tuned in to watch the German team win the Sliver Medal in the Nordic combined event. The women's free skate, which started at 6:50pm, was watched by 3.59 million viewers and had a 13.9% share (QUOTENMETER, 2/21).
AUSTRIA: DER STANDARD reported Austrian public broadcaster ORF 1 attracted 1.36 million viewers for its broadcast of the second run of the men's slalom on Saturday. ORF 2's sports news program, "Sportnachrichten," was watched by 1.06 million viewers shortly before 8pm. On Friday, the women's slalom competition attracted 902,000 viewers on ORF 1 (DER STANDARD, 2/23).
EUROPA LEAGUE: QUOTENMETER's Kevin Kyburz reported German private-TV channel kabel eins "obtained a market share of 5.2% during the first half of its Europa League broadcast on Thursday night." A total of 1.66 million viewers tuned in to watch the first leg of the round of 32 matchup between Eintracht Frankfurt and FC Porto. In the target demographic, the game's first half attracted 670,000 viewers and a 5.5% share. The second half of the game, which ended in a 2-2 draw, was watched by 1.98 million viewers including 810,000 in the target demographic. The corresponding market shares were 8.2% and 8.5%. The post-game analysis was watched by 1.69 million viewers and had a 8.4% market share. In the target demographic, the analysis attracted 800,000 viewers and had a 10.1% share (QUOTENMETER, 2/21).