Thursday, August 28, 2008

KOAM July audience levels top competition

KOAM's news programming continued to dominate its competitors in July.

KOAM captured the lion's share of the audience at 6 a.m. 12 noon, 5 p.m., 6 p.m. and 10 p.m., with KSN finishing second at 12 noon (when KODE shows All My Children), 6 p.m. and 10 p.m.

Besides KOAM's dominance, the biggest stories are the continuing failure to KSN's Tiffany Alaniz and Gary Bandy to gain any traction at 5 p.m. and KODE's Alan Matthews and Shannon Bruffett slipping past KSN's Jeremiah Cook and Stefan Chase.

And as it did during the May sweeps, the 9 p.m. news at KFJX stayed a pleasant surprise, scoring more viewers than KODE's 10 p.m. newscast.

6 a.m.- KOAM 8,000 viewers, KODE 4,000, KSNF 3,000
12 noon- KOAM 16,000, KSNF 6,000
5 p.m.- KOAM 25,000, KODE 10,000, KSNF 6,000
6 p.m.- KOAM 29,000, KSNF 12,000, KODE 11,000
9 p.m.- KFJX 10,000
10 p.m.- KOAM 30,000, KSNF 13,000, KODE 7,000


Anonymous said...

I have lived here all my life and the sports guys at KSN and KODE are the worst that I can ever remember. Lazy Lazy Lazy

Anonymous said...

KSN and KODE are pretty much the same. They share everything including management. You'll likely see little difference in the two. They're news department is stuck dancing to the desires of the sales department. They also have Anchors acting as News Directors and have severely limited resourses. It isn't the fault of their news staffs. They do what they can with what they have.