Broadcast Network Website Traffic 11/17/07

Categories: TV Network Websites

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November 21st, 2007

Hitwise Table of Top Visited US Broadcast Network TV Websites:

Rank Network Website Market Share Of Visits
1 ABC www.abc.com 39.02%
2 NBC www.nbc.com 25.27%
3 CBS www.cbs.com 18.33%
4 FOX* www.fox.com 10.18%
5 The CW www.cwtv.com 6.60%
6 MyNetworkTV www.mynetworktv.com 0.11%

Source: Rankings based on market share of U.S. visits among custom category of broadcast networks websites (ABC, CBS, NBC, FOX, The CW and MyNetwork) for the week ending November 17, 2007 (Sunday to Saturday) from the Hitwise sample of 10 million US Internet users.

*Fox  includes traffic aggregated from stand alone websites americanidol.com, amw.com, familyguy.com, thelot.com and thesimpsons.com.

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  • Rena Moretti

    As with DVD sales, the big Hollywood conglomerates like to give market shares and rankings in lieu of actual data, which makes the whole effort rather meaningless.

    As an aside, it is that practice of claiming huge victories with no data to back it up that is partially the cause of the never-ending WGA strike. The writers want their “fair share” out of a “year of records” as the trades put it last week.

    What they, of course, didn't report on is that the biggest record was spending to make and promote movies and TV shows that, like Bionic Woman, generally left the audience cold.

    And that, somehow, never gets reported because it's not part of the PR releases.

  • Rena Moretti

    As with DVD sales, the big Hollywood conglomerates like to give market shares and rankings in lieu of actual data, which makes the whole effort rather meaningless.

    As an aside, it is that practice of claiming huge victories with no data to back it up that is partially the cause of the never-ending WGA strike. The writers want their “fair share” out of a “year of records” as the trades put it last week.

    What they, of course, didn’t report on is that the biggest record was spending to make and promote movies and TV shows that, like Bionic Woman, generally left the audience cold.

    And that, somehow, never gets reported because it’s not part of the PR releases.

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