Ratings bingo at Spanish-lingo nets

Sutter, Mary
November 2005
Variety;11/7/2005, Vol. 400 Issue 12, p17
Trade Publication
This article reports on the performance of two U.S. Spanish-language networks as of November 2005. Television network Telemundo said primetime viewership in October 2005 among adults 1849 averaged a 3.3 rating, or 663,000 people, up 10% compared to the same period in 2004. Univision has not released numbers for October 2005, but in an earnings report on November 2, 2005 the broadcaster said that viewership of its flagship net increased during the third quarter ended September 2005. Its 1849 audience averaged 1.98 million viewers during primetime, up 19% over the third quarter of 2004.


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