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## [豆知识] 【整理】2012-03-18&03-24 收视率调查的全过程 (2/2)

 Well, we reach that time at our program where we perform our rating's formula. Let's go to expect Number Cruncher  back to old Ryan. Thank you, Chip. Nielson's got the data from the meters to project the number of homes or viewers watching in the entire population. This is known as impressions, additionally, each cable network has a total number of subscribers possibly watching a program, known as the universe. When we take the number of impressions and divide by the universe, we get the percentage, which are cable coverage rating. Now let's see two different cable networks had 25 million people watching in prime time. One network has 100 million subscribers while the other has 50 million subscribers.  Putting this into the formula, we get... Oh, oh, The first network deliver at 25 points coverage rating, and the other deliver at 50 points coverage rating. Exactly, because the first network's universe is double the later. It's also important to rememebr that rating is an average minute statistic. Let's see the monster truck  to track rally on the 25 .0 rating. Then 25 percents of cable network's subscribers were watching during the average minute of the telecast. Oh, and what about commercial minute? Do they count to the program rating, too? Oh, you bet they do. All minutes of the program are average together, but many advertisers want the ratings for the commercials. For that we just take the average rating commercial minutes in that program and we include anyone who watches to live, plus any DV played back within 3 days.  We call commercial ratings C3 ratings, the C stands for commercial and the 3 stands for viewing within 3 days. That blowed my mind. What else she got? Cable network's ratings can also represent the US ratings, only now the US rating's universe includes all TV homes in the country. The number of impressions is now divided by the number of possible viewers in the entire country. This universe is used for all boardcast networks and automatically, for comparing one cable network to another.
 HW Well, we reach that time in our program when we perform our rating's formula. For that, let's go to expert number cruncher, Boxster O Ryan.     Eh,Thank you, Chip. Nielsen gather the date from the meters to project the number of homes or viewers watching in the entire population. This is  named as impressions, but usually, each cable network has a total number of subscribers possibly watching a program, known as a universe. When we take the number of impressions, and divided by the universe, we'll get the percentage, which is our cable coverage rating.      Now, let's say two different cable networks had 25,000,000 people watching at  time. One network had 100,000,000 subscribers, while the other had 50,000,000 subscribers. Putting this in our formula, we get oh oh, the first network delivered 25.0 coverage rating, and the other delivered 50.0 coverage rating. Exactly,because the first network's universe is double than latter. It is also important to remember, that the rating is average minutes statistic. So, let's say the most  under 25.0 rating. Then 25% of cable network subscribers who watching during the average minutes to  . Oh, and what about commercial minutes, do they counted on the program rating too? ah do they?        Oh, you bet they do, all minutes of the program are average together. But many advertisers are anyone waiting for the commercials, but that we just take that average commercial rating in that program. And we improve the anyone who wants , plus any pay within three days. We call commercial ratings C-3 ratings. The C stands for commercial and the 3 stands for filming within 3 days.           That's you  blogged in my mind, what else you got? Cable network ratings can also be represented the US ratings, only now, the US ratings universe includes all TV homes in the country. The number of impression is divided by the number of possible viewers in the entire country. This universe is used all broadcast networks and automatically for comparing one cable network to another.         And that's all .Well this all about our time we have in this week, folks. This's  Chips b, and I am....saying go for calculate.

## [Homework]2012-03-18&03-24 收视率调查的全过程 (2/2)

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 Well we've reached that time that our program where we perform our rating's formula.For that,let's go to expert Number Cruncher Boxster O.And thank you Cheap.Nielson has got the data from the meters to project the number of homes or viewers watching in the entire population.This is Nielson's impressions.Initially,each cable network has a totally number of subscribers possibly watching a program known as the universe.When we take the number of impressions and divided by the universe we get the percentage which our cable coverage rating.Now let's see two different cable networks had 25 million people watching in prime time. One network has 100 million subscribers while the other has 50 million subscribers.Putting this in our formula we get,oh,oh the first network delivered that 25.0 coverage rating and the other delivered a 50.0 coverage rating. Exactly because the first network in universe is double the latter,it's also important to remember that the rating is in average minute statistic.So let's say the monster truck rally and 25.0 rating.Then 25 percent of cable network subscribers for watching during the average minute of *. Oh, and what about commercial minute,do they account to our program rating too,do they? Oh, you bet they do.All minutes of the program are average together.But many advertisers anyone want ratings for the commercials.For that we just take the average of each commercial minutes rating in that program and we include every one who wants alive.Plus any DVR play back within 3 days.We call commercial ratings C3 ratings,the C stands for commercial and the 3 stands for viewing within 3 days. Black you are blowing my mind.What else you got? Cable network ratings can also be represented the US ratings.Only now the US rating is universe includes all TV homes in the country.The number of impression is not divided by the number of possible viewers in the entire country.This universe is used for all broadcast networks and automatically for comparing one cable network to another. And that's all see road. Well that's out of the time have for this week folks.This is Cheap's Boding . And I'm C Rogers for rating center saying go for thank calculate.
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 Homework: Well, we've reached that time at our program where we perform our readings formular.For that, Let's go to expert number cruchor, backs to Rien.Thank you, Chip Nelson has got the date from the meters to project the numbers of homes of views watching in the entire population.This is named impresion. Additionally, each cable network has a total number of subscribers possiblely watching a program known as universe.When we take the number of impressions, and divided by the universe,we get a percentage, which is our cable coverage rating.Now Lets see two different cable networks have 25million people watching in prime time. One network had 100 million subscribers, while the other had 50 million subscribers.Putting this in our formular, we get Oh, oh the first network delivered at 25.0 coverage rating and the other delivered at 50.0 coverage rating. Exactly! Because the first network's universe is double the latter!It is also important to remenber that the rating is a average minute satistic.So, let's see the monster track around here at 25.0 rating then 25 percent of cable network subscribers for watching during the average minute of Oh, and what about comercial minutes, do they count all of program rating too, do they? Oh, you bet they do. all minutes of the program are averaged together.But many advertisers they want ratings for the comercials.For that we just take the average of its commercial minutes ratings in that program. And we include anyone who watch live,pros any DV play back within free days.We call commercial ratings C3 ratings.The C stands for commercial and the 3 stands for viewing within 3 days. Begs you blowing my mind, what else you have got? Cable network rating can also be represented as US ratings.Only now, the US rating  zone of us includes all TV homes in the country. A number of impressions does not divided by the number of possible views in the entire country. This universe is used for all broadcast networks and automately, for comparing one cable network to another.And That's all, well that is about all the time we have about weeks focused, this is chips boarding and I'm Rogers for reading center,going forth in calculate.
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 Well we've reached that time that our program where we perform our rating's formula.For that,let's go to expert Number Cruncher Boxster O.And thank you Cheap.Nielson has got the data from the meters to project the number of homes or viewers watching in the entire population.This is Nielson's impressions.Initially,each cable network has a totally number of subscribers possibly watching a program known as the universe.When we take the number of impressions and divided by the universe we get the percentage which our cable coverage rating.Now let's see two different cable networks had 25 million people watching in prime time. One network has 100 million subscribers while the other has 50 million subscribers.Putting this in our formula we get,oh,oh the first network delivered that 25.0 coverage rating and the other delivered a 50.0 coverage rating. Exactly because the first network in universe is double the latter,it's also important to remember that the rating is in average minute statistic.So let's say the monster truck rally and 25.0 rating.Then 25 percent of cable network subscribers for watching during the average minute of *. Oh, and what about commercial minute,do they account to our program rating too,do they? Oh, you bet they do.All minutes of the program are average together.But many advertisers anyone want ratings for the commercials.For that we just take the average of each commercial minutes rating in that program and we include every one who wants alive.Plus any DVR play back within 3 days.We call commercial ratings C3 ratings,the C stands for commercial and the 3 stands for viewing within 3 days. Black you are blowing my mind.What else you got? Cable network ratings can also be represented the US ratings.Only now the US rating is universe includes all TV homes in the country.The number of impression is not divided by the number of possible viewers in the entire country.This universe is used for all broadcast networks and automatically for comparing one cable network to another. And that's all see road. Well that's out of the time have for this week folks.This is Cheap's Boding . And I'm C Rogers for rating center saying go for thank calculate.
 Well we've reached that time that our program where we perform our rating's formula.For that,let's go to expert Number Cruncher Boxster O.And thank you Cheap.Nielson has got the data from the meters to project the number of homes or viewers watching in the entire population.This is Nielson's impressions.Initially,each cable network has a totally number of subscribers possibly watching a program known as the universe.When we take the number of impressions and divided by the universe we get the percentage which our cable coverage rating.Now let's see two different cable networks had 25 million people watching in prime time. One network has 100 million subscribers while the other has 50 million subscribers.Putting this in our formula we get,oh,oh the first network delivered that 25.0 coverage rating and the other delivered a 50.0 coverage rating. Exactly because the first network in universe is double the latter,it's also important to remember that the rating is in average minute statistic.So let's say the monster truck rally and 25.0 rating.Then 25 percent of cable network subscribers for watching during the average minute of *. Oh, and what about commercial minute,do they account to our program rating too,do they? Oh, you bet they do.All minutes of the program are average together.But many advertisers anyone want ratings for the commercials.For that we just take the average of each commercial minutes rating in that program and we include every one who wants alive.Plus any DVR play back within 3 days.We call commercial ratings C3 ratings,the C stands for commercial and the 3 stands for viewing within 3 days. Black you are blowing my mind.What else you got? Cable network ratings can also be represented the US ratings.Only now the US rating is universe includes all TV homes in the country.The number of impression is not divided by the number of possible viewers in the entire country.This universe is used for all broadcast networks and automatically for comparing one cable network to another. And that's all see road. Well that's out of the time have for this week folks.This is Cheap's Boding . And I'm C Rogers for rating center saying go for thank calculate.
 Well we've reached that time that our program where we perform our rating's formula.For that,let's go to expert Number Cruncher Boxster O.And thank you Cheap.Nielson has got the data from the meters to project the number of homes or viewers watching in the entire population.This is Nielson's impressions.Initially,each cable network has a totally number of subscribers possibly watching a program known as the universe.When we take the number of impressions and divided by the universe we get the percentage which our cable coverage rating.Now let's see two different cable networks had 25 million people watching in prime time. One network has 100 million subscribers while the other has 50 million subscribers.Putting this in our formula we get,oh,oh the first network delivered that 25.0 coverage rating and the other delivered a 50.0 coverage rating. Exactly because the first network in universe is double the latter,it's also important to remember that the rating is in average minute statistic.So let's say the monster truck rally and 25.0 rating.Then 25 percent of cable network subscribers for watching during the average minute of *. Oh, and what about commercial minute,do they account to our program rating too,do they? Oh, you bet they do.All minutes of the program are average together.But many advertisers anyone want ratings for the commercials.For that we just take the average of each commercial minutes rating in that program and we include every one who wants alive.Plus any DVR play back within 3 days.We call commercial ratings C3 ratings,the C stands for commercial and the 3 stands for viewing within 3 days. Black you are blowing my mind.What else you got? Cable network ratings can also be represented the US ratings.Only now the US rating is universe includes all TV homes in the country.The number of impression is not divided by the number of possible viewers in the entire country.This universe is used for all broadcast networks and automatically for comparing one cable network to another. And that's all see road. Well that's out of the time have for this week folks.This is Cheap's Boding . And I'm C Rogers for rating center saying go for thank calculate.
 Well we've reached that time that our program where we perform our rating's formula.For that,let's go to expert Number Cruncher Boxster O.And thank you Cheap.Nielson has got the data from the meters to project the number of homes or viewers watching in the entire population.This is Nielson's impressions.Initially,each cable network has a totally number of subscribers possibly watching a program known as the universe.When we take the number of impressions and divided by the universe we get the percentage which our cable coverage rating.Now let's see two different cable networks had 25 million people watching in prime time. One network has 100 million subscribers while the other has 50 million subscribers.Putting this in our formula we get,oh,oh the first network delivered that 25.0 coverage rating and the other delivered a 50.0 coverage rating. Exactly because the first network in universe is double the latter,it's also important to remember that the rating is in average minute statistic.So let's say the monster truck rally and 25.0 rating.Then 25 percent of cable network subscribers for watching during the average minute of *. Oh, and what about commercial minute,do they account to our program rating too,do they? Oh, you bet they do.All minutes of the program are average together.But many advertisers anyone want ratings for the commercials.For that we just take the average of each commercial minutes rating in that program and we include every one who wants alive.Plus any DVR play back within 3 days.We call commercial ratings C3 ratings,the C stands for commercial and the 3 stands for viewing within 3 days. Black you are blowing my mind.What else you got? Cable network ratings can also be represented the US ratings.Only now the US rating is universe includes all TV homes in the country.The number of impression is not divided by the number of possible viewers in the entire country.This universe is used for all broadcast networks and automatically for comparing one cable network to another. And that's all see road. Well that's out of the time have for this week folks.This is Cheap's Boding . And I'm C Rogers for rating center saying go for thank calculate
 Well we've reached that time that our program where we perform our rating's formula.For that,let's go to expert Number Cruncher Boxster O.And thank you Cheap.Nielson has got the data from the meters to project the number of homes or viewers watching in the entire population.This is Nielson's impressions.Initially,each cable network has a totally number of subscribers possibly watching a program known as the universe.When we take the number of impressions and divided by the universe we get the percentage which our cable coverage rating.Now let's see two different cable networks had 25 million people watching in prime time. One network has 100 million subscribers while the other has 50 million subscribers.Putting this in our formula we get,oh,oh the first network delivered that 25.0 coverage rating and the other delivered a 50.0 coverage rating. Exactly because the first network in universe is double the latter,it's also important to remember that the rating is in average minute statistic.So let's say the monster truck rally and 25.0 rating.Then 25 percent of cable network subscribers for watching during the average minute of *. Oh, and what about commercial minute,do they account to our program rating too,do they? Oh, you bet they do.All minutes of the program are average together.But many advertisers anyone want ratings for the commercials.For that we just take the average of each commercial minutes rating in that program and we include every one who wants alive.Plus any DVR play back within 3 days.We call commercial ratings C3 ratings,the C stands for commercial and the 3 stands for viewing within 3 days. Black you are blowing my mind.What else you got? Cable network ratings can also be represented the US ratings.Only now the US rating is universe includes all TV homes in the country.The number of impression is not divided by the number of possible viewers in the entire country.This universe is used for all broadcast networks and automatically for comparing one cable network to another. And that's all see road. Well that's out of the time have for this week folks.This is Cheap's Boding . And I'm C Rogers for rating center saying go for thank calculate.
 Well we've reached that time that our program where we perform our rating's formula.For that,let's go to expert Number Cruncher Boxster O.And thank you Cheap.Nielson has got the data from the meters to project the number of homes or viewers watching in the entire population.This is Nielson's impressions.Initially,each cable network has a totally number of subscribers possibly watching a program known as the universe.When we take the number of impressions and divided by the universe we get the percentage which our cable coverage rating.Now let's see two different cable networks had 25 million people watching in prime time. One network has 100 million subscribers while the other has 50 million subscribers.Putting this in our formula we get,oh,oh the first network delivered that 25.0 coverage rating and the other delivered a 50.0 coverage rating. Exactly because the first network in universe is double the latter,it's also important to remember that the rating is in average minute statistic.So let's say the monster truck rally and 25.0 rating.Then 25 percent of cable network subscribers for watching during the average minute of *. Oh, and what about commercial minute,do they account to our program rating too,do they? Oh, you bet they do.All minutes of the program are average together.But many advertisers anyone want ratings for the commercials.For that we just take the average of each commercial minutes rating in that program and we include every one who wants alive.Plus any DVR play back within 3 days.We call commercial ratings C3 ratings,the C stands for commercial and the 3 stands for viewing within 3 days. Black you are blowing my mind.What else you got? Cable network ratings can also be represented the US ratings.Only now the US rating is universe includes all TV homes in the country.The number of impression is not divided by the number of possible viewers in the entire country.This universe is used for all broadcast networks and automatically for comparing one cable network to another. And that's all see road. Well that's out of the time have for this week folks.This is Cheap's Boding . And I'm C Rogers for rating center saying go for thank calculate.