We're getting demographic information from the May TV sweeps, and the 25-54 demo looks pretty darn good for KUTV.
We already knew that Channel 2 claimed a big win in the late-news household ratings - a 12.3 rating to an 8.1 for KSL-Ch. 5; a 5.8 for KSTU-Ch. 13; and a 3.6 for KTVX-Ch. 4.
Here are some other comparisons for Monday-Friday late news during the May sweeps. All numbers that follow are live plus seven days - which means all live and DVR viewings within seven days of a telecast are aggregated.
Ch. 2 - 174,200; Ch. 5 - 116,800; Ch. 13 - 87,100; Ch. 4 - 44,400
Ch. 2 - 73,000; Ch. 5 - 49,200; Ch. 13 - 39,600; Ch. 4 - 12,300
|1.||Secret recording: Mark Shurtleff offers $2 million to silence critic|
|2.||Blood found on teen arrested in deaths of 2 adopted brothers|
|3.||Alleged cop-killer Matthew Stewart hangs self in jail cell|
|4.||First time ever, University of Utah student president impeached|
|5.||Utah painter McNaughton’s latest work, ‘Liberalism is a Disease’|
|6.||Planes, trains and orangutans: 12 distinctly Utah things to do this summer|
|7.||Salt Lake airport: Man tried to fly with gun strapped to fake leg|
|8.||Two dead in RV crash on southern Utah’s I-15|
|9.||Police raid live sex show in Syracuse, arrest six|
|10.||Movie review: ‘Hangover Part III’ more violent, less funny|