An average of 458,000 viewers watched Me-TV in prime time during October, down slightly from the 500,000 who were watching the classic television digital specialty network during September. Still, it was the second most-watched month by far since ratings for Me-TV were first released in April of this year.
Me-TV averaged 350,000 households and 96,000 viewers in the adults 18-49 demographic during the month.
The week ending November 3rd was the most-watched, with 480,000 viewers. That put Me-TV ahead of MundoFox, Azteca America, Bounce TV and Estrella TV. That same week, CBS averaged 10.5 million viewers, ION Television 1.2 million viewers and UniMas (formerly Telefutura) 600,000 viewers. The week ending October 13th was the least-watched, with 450,000 viewers.
With ratings these low (Me-TV averaged a 0.3 rating and a 0.4 share during October), I wonder how much of an impact a single television household makes. Could one person deciding not to watch Me-TV be responsible for the drop?
(All numbers courtesy of Media Life Magazine, which publishes broadcast ratings every week. Ratings were not published for the weeks ending May 12th and June 23rd.)