Thursday, September 5, 2013

2200 households watched the Astros/Twins

2,200 households watched yesterday's Twins/Astros game, according to Nielsen (and via David Barron).

This generated a 0.1 rating, since 0.1% of the possible 2.2m households in what is considered the 20-county local market watched the game. Seeing as how only 40% of those 2.2m households can actually get CSN Houston, that's 880,000 households. Still, 2,200 out of 880,000 is not good, but it's at least a 0.25 rating. But yeah, not good.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Now that is a lucrative tv deal. It must be paying millions back to the club making us super rich.