MTV’s 2009 Movie Awards Hosted by Adam Samberg improves P12-34 rating 92% from 2008
via MTV press release:
MTV’S 2009 MOVIE AWARDS HOSTED BY ANDY SAMBERG
DELIVERS 4.8 P12-34 RATING UP 92% FROM 2008
Based on preliminary Nielsen Research figures:
The 2009 MTV Movie Awards delivered a 4.8 P12-34 rating, up 92% from 2008 and its strongest rating since the 2004 MTV Movie Awards. The show also delivered an average audience of 5.3 million viewers, up 78% year-to-year, and the largest audience since the 2004 Movie Awards. The 2009 MTV Movie Awards is MTV’s highest rated telecast since the 2008 VMAs (9/7/08) and the show improved its time period by over 500%. Finally, simulcast on MTV2, the Movie Awards delivered the network’s strongest P12-34 ratings since the 2008 VMAs and improved its time period by 287%.
MTV.com has also experienced a surge over the 2008 MTV Movie Awards. On Sunday, unique visitors to the Movie Awards site nearly doubled versus the date of the 2008 show (6/1/08), with a 205% increase in the Awards show’s page views, and a 110% increase in Movie Awards-specific video streams. Movie Awards focused content comprised over half of MTV.com’s total traffic on Sunday with overall MTV.com unique visitors, page views, and video streams all experiencing nearly 100% growth year-over-year.
Bigger traffic numbers have historically come the day after and so far this year is no exception. As of mid-day on Monday, 6/1/09, the Movie Awards have already surpassed 2008’s ‘day-after’ stream traffic by a significant margin. There have been 3.5M streams, compared to 2008’s 2.9M on its full day-after (6/2). The Brüno/Eminem clip is the top clip, delivering 800K streams, followed by the ‘New Moon’ trailer, which has generated 510K today thus far.
Mark Burnett serves as Executive Producer for the 2009 MTV Movie Awards. Audrey Morrissey is Co-Executive Producer. Lee Rolontz is Executive Producer for MTV, Garrett English is Executive in charge for MTV and Jane Mun serves as Producer. Robin Reinhardt-Locke is Celebrity Talent Executive, Amy Doyle and Joanna Bomberg are Music Talent Executives for MTV.
Official sponsors of the 2009 MTV Movie Awards include Coca-Cola®, Kia Motors, Nikon, Orbit® gum, Taco Bell®, T-Mobile USA, and Venus. Orbit is a registered trademark of the Wm. Wrigley Jr. Company.
MTV is the dynamic, vibrant experiment at the intersection of music, creativity and youth culture. For over 27 years, MTV has evolved, challenged the norm, and detonated boundaries — giving each new generation a creative outlet and voice that entertains, informs and unites on every platform and screen. On-air, MTV is the number one rated full-day ad-supported cable network for P12-24. Online, MTV.com averaged 8.5 million monthly unique visitors during the first quarter of 2009 — up +6% from Q4/2008 and up +6% year-over-year. Total video streams for the first quarter of 2009 increased 21% over the same time period last year. And MTV’s successful sibling networks MTV2, mtvU and MTV Tr3s each deliver unprecedented customized content, super-serving music fans, college students and young American Latinos like no one else. MTV is part of MTV Networks, a unit of Viacom (NYSE: VIA, VIA.B), one of the world’s leading creators of programming and content across all media platforms. Wanna know more? Come on in… www.mtvpress.com
About Mark Burnett Productions:
Mark Burnett is a leading executive producer for primetime television, cable and the internet, and has produced over 1,100 hours of television programming which regularly airs in over 70 countries around the world. Mark Burnett (President of Mark Burnett Productions) has revolutionized television with continuing hits such as Survivor (CBS), The Apprentice (NBC), Are You Smarter Than a 5th Grader? (FOX), which is currently being produced in 52 countries, and the daytime syndicated hit Martha. In the summers of 2007 and 2008, MBP entered the world of award shows, when Mark Burnett served as executive producer for the MTV Movie Awards. Since 2001, MBP has garnered a total of 51 Emmy nominations with Mark receiving 2 wins, along with 4 People’s Choice Awards. Mark Burnett has been named one of the most influential people in the world by TIME magazine and named TV Guide’s most valuable player. He has won both BRANDWEEK’S Marketer of the Year Award and the prestigious ROSE D’OR FRAPA Format Award. In 2007, Mark Burnett was inducted into the Broadcasting and Cable Hall of Fame. In 2008, Mark was honored with the announcement that he is to receive a star on the Hollywood walk of fame. In 2009, MBP has garnered new series, including Shark Tank (ABC), StarMaker (MTV), Bully Beatdown (MTV), How’d You Get So Rich (TV Land), Expedition (History), Wedding Day (TNT), Toughest Cowboy (Spike) as well as new pilots for FOX and CBS.