Ratings/Measurement | News
By continuing to use this site you consent to the use of cookies on your device as described in our privacy policy unless you have disabled them. You can change your cookie settings at any time but parts of our site will not function correctly without them. [Close]
After passing 50% for the first time in Q4 2019, the proportion of UK homes with a subscription to at least one of Netflix, Amazon Prime Video or Now TV increased to 53% in Q1 2020 according to the latest tracker of the on-demand sector by Broadcasters’ Audience Research Board (BARB).
BARB 28May2020
Research from Ofcom has revealed that the continued lockdown in the country has not produced not just a surge in streaming but also seen viewers flock back to broadcast TV channels with such  viewing in May at higher levels than in the previous four years.
Ofcom viewing 27May2020
Research from UKTV has revealed a 55% volume increase in 16-34 viewers during lockdown with April marking the British pay-TV provider’s best share of commercial impacts (SOCI) performance for this demographic in six years.
UKTV 22Feb2018
In what is the tenth year of the talent show, 2020 is looking to be a big year for singing format The Voice despite the challenges currently faced by production teams.
The Voice Logo 26May2020r
Much to the relief of football fans from around the world, Germany’s Bundesliga returned to action on 16 May and even though the action was witnessed by no fans in the respective stadiums, the action was enjoyed by strong audiences on UK TV for BT Sport.
BTSport Bundesliga 18May2020
Research by the Reelgood film and TV streaming search engine service, into what content categories are being demanded by on-demand users, has found that animation, family and cult programming have shown the highest gains in popularity among streaming users in the US.

Claiming to have attracted record numbers of viewers in April 2020 by new commissions combined with hit series from the US, A+E Networks UK’s HISTORY channel has noted its best ratings increases in years, indeed more than four times the 8% growth seen in total TV.

Sky original drama Gangs of London has made a smash and grab on Spring ratings drawing a seven-day cumulative audience of 2.23 million viewers for its opening episode, making it second biggest original drama launch ever for the pay-TV provider’s drama channel Sky Atlantic.
GangsOfLondon 15May2020