Posts Tagged ‘WRBW’

Orlando market Dec 2015 ratings…

Check out the ratings numbers for the December 2015 viewing time period in the Orlando market, c/o the OrlandoSentinel.com:

6 a.m. in the 25-to-54 age group: WESH with 19,231 viewers, WFTV with 19,173, WOFL with 8,676, WKMG with 6,602 and WKCF (WESH simulcast) with 1,441.

6 p.m. in the 25-to-54 age group: WFTV with 20,401, WESH with 15,627, WKMG with 12,132 and WOFL with 5,088.

6 p.m. in viewers 2+: WFTV with 152,551, WESH with 72,276, WKMG with 63,071 and WOFL with 17,275. Read the rest of this entry →

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01 2016

WFTV, WOFL, WKMG post July wins…

(edited from OrlandoSentinel.com) – WESH-Channel 2 made the biggest headlines Thursday by announcing that anchor Martha Sugalski had departed.

But WKMG-Channel 6, WOFL-Channel 35 and especially WFTV-Channel 9 could point to ratings victories for July.

Speculation that Sugalski could land at another local station a year from now reflected the intense competition among stations.

In the ratings period that ended Wednesday, WFTV was tops with the 25-to-54 age group in early morning, from 4 to 6:30 and at 11 p.m.

WKMG scored a victory at noon, and WOFL remained the leader at 10 p.m.

These news ratings races are determined by the 25-to-54 age group, which is most important to news advertisers, and the numbers in this post reflect that demographic unless otherwise noted….Cont…..

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08 2014

A photo finish in the May ’14 Orlando books…

(from OrlandoSentinel.com) – Fans of close ratings races can study the May results for photo finishes.

At 6 p.m. weekdays, WESH-Channel 2 beat WFTV-Channel 9 by 28 viewers — 28 viewers in the 25-to-54 age group that is most important to news advertisers.

When you hear the stations bragging about ratings in promotional spots, keep those numbers in mind. These finishes are essentially ties, but stations are happy to claim any victory against usual market leader WFTV.

At 6 a.m. weekdays, WESH beat WFTV by 16 viewers — 16 viewers in the age group. (All these numbers refer to 25-to-54.)

At 6 a.m., WESH averaged 22,019 viewers to WFTV’s 22,003, WOFL-Channel 35’s 10,622 and WKMG-Channel 6’s 7,266. But WESH was seen by far more viewers because its news was simulcast on sister station WKCF-Channel 18, where an additional 3,215 viewers watched….Cont….

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05 2014

Allyson Meyers named VP/GM at WOFL/WRBW/WOGX…

(from TVNewsCheck.com) – Allyson Meyers today was named vice president and general manager of Fox-owned WOFL (Fox)-WRBW (MNT) Orlando, Fla. (DMA 19), and WOGX Gainsville, Fla. (DMA 163).

She replaces Dennis Welsh, who was recently named VP-GM of Fox O&O WFLD Chicago. Effective Thursday, Jan. 17, Meyers will oversee all editorial, business and administrative functions for the stations.

Most recently, Meyers was VP-general sales manager of Fox O&O WTXF Philadelphia. Previously, she spent nearly nine years with Tribune Broadcasting….Cont….

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01 2013

Naft to director of sales at CFL Fox O&O’s…

(from TVNewsCheck.com) – Jason Naft has been named director of sales for three Fox Television-owned stations: WOFL Orlando, WRBW Orlando and WOGX Gainesville. He reports to Dennis Welsh, vice president and general manager.

Most recently, Naft served as local sales manager at Post-Newsweek’s WPLG Miami, a position he held for four years. Prior to that, Naft was national sales manager at WSFL-TV Miami (then WBZL-TV). – (from TVNewsCheck.com)

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03 2011