Champions League Ratings Fail To Set Record On German Pay-TV Channel Sky
German pay-TV channel Sky has failed to set another season-ratings record with its broadcast of Tuesday's Champions League matches, according to Manuel Weis of QUOTEN METER. During the first half, "a total of 610,000 viewers tuned in to Sky's Champions League simulcast on Tuesday, which is about 400,000 fewer than two weeks ago." The number "equaled a market share of 1.9%." In the target demographic 14-49, Sky's share was 2.4%. At 9:45pm CET, the viewing number increased to 720,000. Sky's market share increased to 2.6% overall and to 3.6% in the target demographic (QUOTEN METER, 12/5).
SPAIN: EUROPA PRESS reported La 1's broadcast of Real Madrid's 4-1 victory over Ajax registered an average audience of 4.8 million and a market share of 24.7%. The "golden minute" occurred at 10:31pm when 5.6 million people were tuned in for a 26.5% share (EUROPA PRESS, 12/5).
FRANCE: Pay-TV channel Canal+'s broadcast of Paris St. Germain's 2-1 win over Porto was watched by an audience of 1.6 million (BRL TV, 12/5).