Morning audiences: “Hello!” with Bruce Toussaint near his lowest point, TF1 surpassed by France 2, BFMTV and CNews in his share

Complicated start to the second week for “Hello!” A new entrant in the morning television market, the new TF1 program, presented by Bruce Toussaint between 6:54 and 9:30, brought together, this Monday, January 15, 2024, 242,000 viewers, according to Médiamétrie. That represents 7.7% of the entire public aged four and over (4+), 8.9% Women responsible for purchases under 50 years of age (FRDA-50) and 8.5% 25-49 years. The foster program is near its lowest level by both leading indicators since its highly publicized launch on Monday, January 8.

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“Télématin” has three times the audience than “Bonjour!”

In this category, TF1 occupies fourth position in the general classification, far behind France 2, hegemonic leader with “Télématin”. The program, presented by Marie Portolano and Thomas Sotto, dawned this Monday between 6:28 and 9:30 a.m. 735,000 spectators, or 24.8% 4 years and older, 14.0% FRDA-50 and 13.9% 25-49 years. Note that France 2 largely dominates TF1 in the “Bonjour!” : between 6:55 and 9:30, reported “Télématin”, in fact, 803,000 spectators, or 25.5% of the public and 14.1% of those between 25 and 49 years old.

This Monday, BFMTV retains its honorary status as the first challenger to the public service morning show. Between 6:00 and 8:33, reports the “First Edition” with Christophe Delay and Adeline François 388,000 Spectators were worried about the passage of the violent cyclone Belal in Réunion. That represents 15.4% four years and more and 21.3% 25-49, a target in which channel 15, directed by Marc-Olivier Fogiel, has the lead. On the verge of “Hello!” (6h55-9h30) – combination of “Première édition”, “Face-à-face”, directed by Apolline de Malherbe, and “Live Switek” – BFMTV remains in second position with 405,000 spectators present (12.8% of the entire public and 18.6% 25-49 years).

The third morning program in France is CNews. The program, presented by Romain Desarbres, brought together 245,000 spectators between 6:00 am and 9:00 am, that is 9.3% of the entire public and 9.3% 25-49 years. In the “Bonjour!” segment, which includes “La matinale” and the first half hour of “L’heure des pros” by Pascal Praud, CNews attracted 304,000 spectators, or 9.7% of the public and 8.4% 25-49 years. The Canal+ group channel is almost equal to TF1 in this last indicator.

RMC Story fifth, Franceinfo ahead of LCI

Behind TF1, RMC Story occupies fifth position. Of interest was “Apolline matin”, RMC’s morning program co-broadcast on channel 23 127,000 spectators, or 4.5% from the public between 6:29 am and 8:29 am In the box occupied by “Hello!” (6:55 a.m. to 9:30 a.m.), RMC Story met 132,000 spectators (4.2% of the public and 4.0% 25-49 years).

Franceinfo’s “La matinale” is in sixth place. Jean-Baptiste Marteau summarized the news in the ear of 113,000 spectators between 6:00 am and 9:00 am, that is 4.3% of the public and 4.8% 25-49 years. At the 6:55-9:30 junction, channel 27, opposite the M6! – federated 122,000 spectators (3.9% of the public and 3.5% 25-49 years). The morning of public service comes before that of LCI. “The 6-9 with Jean-Baptiste Boursier” reported exactly 100,000 spectators (3.8% of the public and 0.8% 25-49 years) between 6 and 9 o’clock. Channel 26 was watched, on average, by 97,000 spectators (3.1% from the public) in the “Hello!” section.

France 3 and RMC Découverte bring up the rear. “Ici matin”, a France Bleu morning program co-broadcast by France 3, entertaining 88,000 spectators between 6:59 am and 8:57 am (2.8% public). As for “Good Morning Business”, presented by Christophe Jakubyszyn and Laure Closier, it gave the keys to understanding current economic events 38,000 spectators between 5:58 am and 8:59 am (1.4% public).

The ranking of morning news programs in the “Hola!” from Monday, January 15, 2024

1. France 2: 803,000 spectators (25.5% of the public)
2. BFMTV: 405,000 viewers (12.8% of the public)
3. CNews: 304,000 viewers (9.7% of the public)
4. TF1 (“Hello!”): 242,000 viewers (7.7% of the audience)
5. RMC Story: 132,000 viewers (4.2% of the audience)
6. Franceinfo: 122,000 viewers (3.9% of the public)
7. LCI: 97,000 spectators (3.1% of the public)

*Classification between 6:55 and 9:30 hours.

The morning news ranking (by program) for Monday, January 15, 2024

1. France 2 (“Télématin” between 6:29 and 9:30): 735,000 spectators (24.8% of the public)
2. BFMTV (“First edition” between 6:00 and 8:33): 388,000 viewers (15.4% of the public)
3. CNews (“La matinale” between 6:00 and 9:00 a.m.): 245,000 viewers (9.3% of the audience)
4. TF1 (“Hello!” between 6:54 and 9:31): 242,000 viewers (7.7% of the audience)
5. RMC Story (“Apolline matin” between 6:29 and 8:29): 127,000 viewers (4.5% of the audience)
6. Franceinfo (“La matinale” between 6:00 and 9:00): 113,000 viewers (4.3% of the public)
7. LCI (“Le 6-9 avec Jean-Baptiste Boursier” between 6:00 and 9:00): 100,000 spectators (3.8% of the public)
8. France 3 (“Ici matin” between 6:59 and 8:57): 88,000 viewers (2.8% of the audience)
9. RMC Découverte (“Good Morning Business” between 5:58 and 8:59): 38,000 viewers (1.4% of the audience)

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