ABC News tops in weekly offline & online news reach: Reuters Institute

Credit- Reuters Institute & Oxford University.

MELBOURNE, 23 June, 2024: The Reuters Institute’s Digital News Report 2024, released recently charts the weekly news ecosystem in Australia. With a population of 26 million and 90 %  internet penetration, the offline and online stats for Australia are revealing. They speak for themselves. Let’s have a look.

In weekly offline stats (TV, Radio, Print), ABC News is no. 1 with 36 %, Ch-7 is no 2 with 34%, Ch-9 is no-3 with 32%, both Ch-10 and SBS (TV, Radio) are no-4  each with 14 % reach. (SEE BELOW STATS FOR ALL OUTLETS)

Source- Reuters Institute & Oxford Institute.

In weekly online stats, news.com.au & abcnews.com.au both have 24 % each, 9 News online has 16 %, 7news.com.au has 13 % and Guardian Australia online has 13% reach.

(SEE BELOW STATS FOR ALL OUTLETS)

 

 

 

Source- Reuters Institute & Oxford Institute.

For other stats on sources of news, devices for news, how much people pay for online news, listen to a podcast in the last month, trust in news overall, public opinion on brand trust, RSF World Press Freedom Index, Top social, messaging, and video networks, access through link below:

https://reutersinstitute.politics.ox.ac.uk/digital-news-report/2024/australia

https://www.slideshare.net/slideshow/reuters-institute-digital-news-report-2024/269666724

Source and credit- Text content and graphs Reuters Institute & Oxford University, 17 June 2024.

By Neeraj Nanda

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