NBC Results: 'Sunday Night Football' up 13% vs. Same Night Last Year in Metered-Market Households

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via press release:

Sunday Results:

*	Currently available fast-affiliate ratings are not time
zone-adjusted and typically understate live NFL telecasts.

*	In time zone-adjusted metered-market results, NBC's
Eagles-Cowboys game was #1 in its time period and the #1 show of the
night (excluding NFL overruns) with a 13.5 rating, 21 share in
metered-market households from 8:30-11:30 p.m. ET.  That's a gain
versus the same night last year of 13 percent (13.5/21 vs. 11.9/18 for
Lions-Saints).  The rating peaked during the game's final half-hour
(14.1 from 11-11:30).

*	It's the ninth "Sunday Night Football" game this season to
achieve a 13.5 rating or higher in metered-market households, most
through 13 weeks in the seven-year history of "SNF."

*	Top markets for Eagles-Cowboys: Dallas 32.4/49, Philadelphia
26.3/38, San Antonio 22.8/34, Las Vegas 20.3/30, Albuquerque 20.3/31
and Austin 19.7/30.

*	Though fast-affiliate ratings are subject to significant upward
adjustment for "Sunday Night Football," they currently show NBC
winning Sunday night in all key ratings categories: adults, men and
women 18-34, 18-49 and 25-54, plus total viewers and households.

NOTE: All ratings are "live plus same day" from Nielsen Media Research
unless otherwise indicated.
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