Let's remind: the 19:00 segment of before the news is considered the most critical for the channels, since it is the one that leads the mass of viewers towards the main edition - the beginning of prime time
Despite the decline in the important 19:00 slot, Channel 14 news continues to produce good viewership data: the channel's main edition achieved 5.7% last night (Wednesday) and by a margin overtakes the evening news at Khan 11 (4.8%), while it is breathing in the back of News 13 (6.3%) ).
News 12 leads with 12.4% viewership.
Channel 14's figure is re-validated since precisely in pre-prime, in the strip before the news, it seems that the channel continues to suffer from a built-in disadvantage: "Sheva Arab" with Yaakov Berdugo wins only 3.3% - compared to the "constituency" of a network with 5.6% and "Sheva with Ayla Hasson" in the corporation with 4.8%.
News 12's savings plan leads with 8.7%.
Let's remind: the 19:00 before-the-news slot is considered the most critical for the channels, as it is the one that leads the mass of viewers towards the main edition - the beginning of prime time.
In prime time: Great Land leads by a margin with 17.8%, followed by Survival with 11.2%.
On Channel 14, the Patriots with 6.3%.
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Sharon Gal (photo: screenshot, Channel 14)
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Barangay last week suggests that last night's figures are no coincidence: according to the data, the "constituency" of Network 13 after the departure of Ayala Hasson weakened by 1 point in the last month compared to last month - and correspondingly - Hasson in Khan 11 with an increase.
Opposite, Bardogo on channel 14 did experience a slight increase attributed to the general rise on the channel, but on some days it weakened even compared to the already low lead it receives from presenter Shimon Meriklin, probably as a result of the switch of viewers from 14 to Ayla Hasson.
Be that as it may, Bardogo is considered to be the weaker link in the viewing evening at the moment, and the one that has strengthened the least as a result of the recent months' explosion in viewing habits.