TV Viewership Analytics

TV Viewership Analytics

Summary

In a bid to understand the acceptance, reaction, and behavioral pattern of the audience of TV programs, technology has been advanced to collect data such as statistics and demographics results relating to the audience of specific TV programs. The data collected on TV viewers and analyzed is what is known and referred to as TV viewership analytics.

Dictionary

In layman terms, Television (“TV”) Viewership refers to the audience a TV program has accumulated over a period of time.

TV Viewership Analytics refers to the act of collating data or the collated data on the audience of a TV program in order to determine their specific behavioral patterns in relation to their geographic location and reactions to the program. For instance, a good viewership analytics report will include the number of people that watched the program in a particular area or district in a week; how many viewers watched the full program; comparison with data collated from another district and so on.

Reactions to TV content may be acceptance, partial acceptance, outright rejection, a decline in acceptance, etc. While reactions to a program may be favorable in one district, it may be negative in another. TV viewership analytics helps to give an in-depth survey of the specific patterns.

TV Viewership Analytics can be used to:

  1. achieve better decisions in optimizing TV scheduling or programming
  2. create better content based on comments, ratings, and feedback
  3. make better data-driven decisions from the demographic results and statistics
  4. optimize adverts

There are several advanced technologies used in developed nations to collect the required data and also analyze it into charts, figures, diagrams, etc.

 

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