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'TODAY' CONTINUES TO CLOSE RATINGS GAP WITH GMA

TODAY Cut the Total Viewer Gap with GMA by Double Digits in Triple Measures: Week to Week, Versus the Same Week Last Year and Versus the Season to Date Average TODAY Placed First in Rating A25-54 for the Week TODAY Posted Its Narrowest Total Viewer Gap with GMA in More Than Three Months Year-To-Date, TODAY is #1 A18-49

NEW YORK - December 11, 2014 - NBC's TODAY continues to gain momentum and tighten the morning ratings race. For the week of December 1, TODAY narrowed the total viewer gap with GMA by 33% versus the prior week, by 32% versus the same week last year, and by 39% versus the season-to-date average. TODAY also placed first in rating 25-54 and posted its narrowest total viewer gap with GMA in more than three months (since week of 8/18/2014).

 

TODAY posted the largest across-the-board gains among the morning news shows versus the 4Q'14 and season-to-date levels. Year-to-date, TODAY places first in all 18-49 demo ratings.

**PLEASE NOTE - This press release does not contain information based on or compared to any Nielsen ratings data from March 2014 through September 2014, as Nielsen will be revising that data.  Therefore, no milestone or historical points are included in this release, as they will certainly change.  

TODAY HIGHLIGHTS:

Week of December 1

TODAY posted it closest total viewer margin with GMA since the week of 8/18/2014 (451,000)

For the week, TODAY placed first in rating A25-54 with a 1.7 rating

 

TODAY narrowed the gap with GMA:

  • Versus the prior week by 33% in total viewers
  • Versus the same week last season by 32% in total viewers
  • Versus 4Q'14/STD levels by 39% in total viewers and 55% among A25-54 viewers

 

Compared to the current 4Q'14/STD average, TODAY posted the biggest gains in total viewers (+7%, or +317,000), A18-49 viewers (+7%, or +105,000), and A25-54 viewers (+7%, or +135,000)

 

In calendar year 2014-to-date, TODAY is the #1 morning news program among A18-49 viewers

 

For the second consecutive week and the first time in a year, TODAY's demo viewer finished under 100,000 viewers versus GMA (excludes Sochi Olympics wins)

 

TODAY averaged 5.127 million total viewers for the week, leading CBS This Morning by +57% (+1.854 million)

 

TODAY placed first in rating delivering 1.7 A25-54 GMA posted a 1.7 CBS posted a 0.8

 

TODAY averaged 1.989 million A25-54 viewers, +103% (+1.007 million) more than CBS

 

TODAY averaged 1.565 million A18-49 viewers, topping ABC by +4% (+55,000) and CBS by +132% (+889,000)

 


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