Posted on 4/19/124 by Bob Magee

(Thanks Wrestlenomics and Sports Media Watch)

The April 10 Dynamite ratings had 762,000 viewers (down
57,000 overall viewers) with a 18-49 rating of 0.26 (down
.04 from last week).

It was the highest viewership since February 28 and the
highest 18-40 since January 17.

Dynamite ranked #5 for the day on cable in 18-49,
behind the NBA play-in games with the Philadelphia 76ers vs.
Miami Heat and Atlanta Hawks vs. Chicago Bulls on ESPN, and
two pre- and post- game shows.

Per Sports Media Watch, the Heat-Sixers game topped
Wednesday’s with a combined 3.40 million viewers across ESPN
(3,310,000) and ESPN2 (98,000).

The Sixers’ win delivered the sixth-largest audience in the
young history of the Play-in (23 total telecasts), with half
of the top six coming this year. It was the most-watched
Play-in game that did not involve the Warriors or Lakers.
The Hawks-Bulls nightcap — a matchup of teams with fewer
than 40 wins — followed with 3.07 million on ESPN alone, up
7% from Thunder-Pelicans a year ago (2.86M).

Including ESPN Deportes, the games averaged 3.43 and 3.10
million respectively. Each averaged a 1.2 rating in adults
18-49, easily topping the night on television.

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