WKBW-TV stays in 3rd position in all time classes that it competes in, with all however the 6 p.m. newscast getting rankings best within the 2s. Its perfect rated newscast is at 6 p.m., anchored via Jeff Russo and Ashley Rowe, averaging a 4.4 ranking.
Now on to a few explanations and highlights:
The transfer to broadband is actual. Nielsen now says 20.1% of all Western New York families – 128,400 in all – watch by way of the web (broadband) best quite than cable, the satellite tv for pc dishes or over the air. With the ones properties added, every ranking level is value extra families, which makes comparisons to earlier years unimaginable. A newscast may have a decrease ranking however have extra families staring at.
In 2021, there have been 528,500 families measured right here. With the addition of broadband families, there at the moment are 637,520 families.
The brand new newscasts added not too long ago on Fox associate WUTV and WIVB’s sister station, WNLO-TV, aren’t getting a lot traction.
The hourlong WUTV newscast at 10 p.m. anchored in Syracuse averages an 0.7 ranking at 10 p.m., which is significantly less than the previous part hour 10 p.m. newscast within the time slot that have been equipped via WGRZ in most cases won.
WNLO’s new 7 p.m. hourlong newscast anchored via Dave Greber and Jordan Norkus isn’t doing any higher than its former 6:30 pm. newscast did. It averages a zero.6 ranking, which is ready 1 / 4 of the ranking that WKBW’s 7 p.m. newscast anchored via Hannah Buehler receives.