Cozi TV has joined fellow classic TV digital specialty network Me-TV and is now being rated nationally by Nielsen. I believe that makes Cozi TV one of just three diginets that are rated (the third is Bounce TV). The only website I know of that publishes weekly ratings for all broadcast networks is Media Life Magazine. They started included ratings for Cozi TV last month.
For the week running Monday, February 2nd through Sunday, February 8th, Cozi TV averaged 140,000 viewers in prime time with 20,000 of them in the adults 18-49 demographic. Its household rating/share was 0.1/0 while its A18-49 rating/share was 0.0/0.
During the last week of February, which ended on Sunday, March 1st, Cozi TV averaged a slightly higher 150,000 viewers overall and 30,000 in the A18-49 demographic. The diginet has a long way to go to reach Me-TV, which averaged 580,000 viewers (100,000 in the A18-49 demographic) during the same week.
While that may not seem like a huge number of viewers (and it isn’t), when Nielsen first started reporting ratings for Me-TV back in April 2012 it was averaging around 330,000-340,000 viewers a week, so 580,000 is something of an improvement.
Me-TV is currently available in 91% of households compared to just 55% for Cozi TV.