Top 10 TV shows for August 2020 deciphered by Richard Lord.
by Richard Lord. The highs of TV viewing that we saw in April and May 2020 have come and have gone.
by Richard Lord. With more of the economy open and more people back at work in June 2020, we saw even further declines in TV audiences and time spent viewing.
by Richard Lord. With a slow return to economic activity in SA, we’re seeing some of the TV-viewing trends that we’ve been tracking over the last few months start to shift downwards.
by Richard Lord. The massive spikes in TV viewership across the country continued in April 2020, what with people being forced to stay home during lockdown.
by Richard Lord. Before we get to the March 2020 TV numbers, let’s discuss the broad effects that covid-19 is having on media consumption in South Africa.
by Richard Lord. The first two months of 2020 have brought with them their fair share of uncertainty, so how’s this all impacted on our nation’s favourite pastime, TV viewing? Let’s find out…
by Richard Lord. Now that 2020 is back in full swing, are consumers settling into their normal viewing behaviour on TV?
by Richard Lord. Let’s wrap up 2019 and look at what December last year had in store for us from a TV-viewing perspective!
by Richard Lord. November 2019 was all about the 2019 Rugby World Cup final between South Africa and England.