David Dale The Tribal Mind
David Dale How Australia watched in the week ending November 24.
David Dale The Tribal Mind
David Dale What Australia watched and timeshifted in the week ending November 17, on both free-to-air and Pay TV.
David Dale Channel Ten claims victory in the first week of The Battle of the Bulge, proving we'd rather see fat commoners than fat royalty, but Seven knows gaining weight makes better viewing than losing weight.
David Dale Tennis, news and The Big Bang Theory were what Australia watched in the week ending January 21, including Pay TV, where 310,000 watched The Golden Globes.
David Dale When SBS gets a show in the week's top 50 ... You can tell that nobody's watching television. But we are going to the flicks and this forum's readers are sharing their judgements.
David Dale A vintage Tribal MInd: Cast aside your guilt. Stop being ashamed of enjoying commercial TV shows, big budget movies, and fast computer games.
David Dale Well, we knew they loved The Big Bang Theory -- Australians under 55 stayed up for the fireworks.
David Dale It was only six years ago, but it seems like another country, where James Blunt was the sound, Anikin became Darth and Kim Beazley jumped the shark
David Dale The sci-fi fans must have been out seeing Ghost Protocol, since they didn't tune in to Terry Pratchett's Going Postal on Saturday. How Australians watched the box in the week ending December 17.
David Dale How Australia watched TV in the week ending December 4
David Dale What are your hopes for the silly season? I want new eps of 30 Rock and Parks and Recreation.
David Dale Why did millions wilfully shorten their lives by sticking with old media? Downton Abbey, The X-Factor, Paper Giants, The Block, Underbelly, The Big Bang Theory ...
David Dale What Australia watched in the week ending November 19, including Pay TV. The ABC beat Channel Ten.
David Dale In times of social turmoil, Australians seek out television which is comforting, and avoid television which is challenging. But not this month.
David Dale Pay TV sets a viewing record with the rugby. Or, look at how many viewers didn't trust Channel Nine.
David Dale When a network chooses Friday night to schedule new episodes of a once-successful US series, clearly that network thinks the show has jumped the shark. Look at how the new House performed on Friday.
David Dale Car racing and posh rugby. Just when you hoped programming could return to normal, the networks found more sport to clutter their schedules.
David Dale Here's how Australia's capital cities watched free TV and pay TV in the weed ending October 1
David Dale And will you fall for Ten's trick and watch The MasterVators' meat in the sandwich?
David Dale THE PHRASE “Show me what you eat and I will tell you who you are” no longer works for Australians, since our eating habits vary on a daily basis from Italian to Thai to Mexican to Chinese...