Wednesday, August 24, 2016

KIII Corpus Christi wins every local newscast July 2016 sweeps

Corpus Christi, TX (August 24, 2016) – KIII-TV, a TEGNA Company, announced today that the results of the July Nielsen ratings period which ended July 27th, show the station’s “3News” telecasts are the most watched local newscasts in South Texas clearly growing viewership and again claiming the dominant position for local television stations.

“We are grateful to our viewers and very proud that KIII-TV maintains its legacy of local news leadership,” said Dan Robbins, President and General Manager, KIII-TV. “3News continues a tradition of being the #1-Rated local news in South Texas – topping the competition in ALL and EVERY local newscasts in shared time periods in total households, Monday through Sunday.”

Through the weeks of the official ratings period, KIII-TV’s 3News saw success in all local News programming for: 3News First Edition (Monday through Friday, 5–7 am including Saturday and Sunday 6-7 am), 3News at 5 pm (Monday through Friday, 5-5:30 pm), 3News at 6 pm (Monday through Saturday, 6-6:30pm), 3News at 5:30 (Sunday 5:30-6pm) and 3News at 10 pm (Monday through Sunday, 10-10:30 pm).

(This post was taken from a release sent to me by KIII)

1 comment:

  1. This is almost meaningless without the detail such as shares and age groups. If it is a bunch of retired old people watching KIII, then the demos are better and ad rates are higher at the other stations. If they are going to put a press release, give some facts. KIII is a news organization after all. Is it 1,000 viewers or 20,000 viewers? Are the viewer in their 20's, 30's, 40's, etc.? Is KIII neck and neck with the other stations and only a few viewers ahead?


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