For July Sweep-to-Date, UniMás Reporting Strong Year-Over-Year Audience Growth Among Both Adults 18-49 and Young Adults 18-34
UniMás Broadcast Prime Highlights – Week of July 20, 2015 to July 26, 2015
UniMás’ continued coverage of the 2015 Copa Oro on Wednesday night drove them to the No. 1 network ranking among young Adults 18-34 and Adults 18-49, regardless of language. The semifinal match between Mexico vs. Panama averaged 4.3 million Total Viewers 2+, 2.5 million Adults 18-49 and 1.2 million young Adults 18-34.
For July sweeps-to-date, UniMás is delivering year-over-year double-digit audience growth in primetime among Adults 18-49 (+78% to 521,000) and young Adults 18-34 (+91% to 242,000). In addition, UniMás is:
- Delivering its 2nd highest-rated July Sweep primetime performance among Adults 18-49.
- Doubling its primetime audience versus the May 2015 sweep among both key demographic groups, Adults 18-49 (+103%) and young Adults 18-34 (+116%).
- Out-delivering CW in primetime by +48% among Adults 18-49 and +64% with young Adults 18-34.
UniMás, on average, delivered more than triple the Adults 18-49 (+215%) and young Adults 18-34 (+258%) viewers than the combined audience of Estrella, Azteca and MundoFox. UniMás also averaged more than double the viewers than the combined audience of Estrella, Azteca and MundoFox among Total Viewers 2+ (+113%).
Versus the same week a year ago (07/21/14 – 07/27/14), UniMás reported growth among Total Viewers 2+ (+61%), Adults 18-49 (+82%) and young Adults 18-34 (+92%) viewers.
Click here to see the broadcast primetime rankers for the week of July 20 through July 26, 2015.
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Source: The Nielsen Company, NPM (07/20/2015-07/26/2015) , Prior Week (07/13/2015-07/19/2015), July Sweep-to-Date (07/02/2015-07/26/2015). Mon-Sat 8pm-11pm/Sun 7pm-11pm, Live+SD. Program ranking excludes program with duration <29 min. Season to-date averages based on Most Current.
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