14 April 2009

Documentary about Maddie was the most Watched in 2009

Yesterday, according to Marktest, TVI obtained its best result of 2009, registering for the entire day a record of 41,7% share, followed by RTP1 with 26.9% and SIC with 24.0%.


The exceptional result obtained resulted of a fortunate combination of programs, being the adherence of the Portuguese spectators to the documentary Maddie: The Truth of the Lie the most important.

The documentary is based on the book of Gonçalo Amaral, the former Judiciary Police inspector who investigated the disappearance of Madeleine McCann, the girl of British nationality who disappeared in the Algarve in 2007.

This version of events, with a duration of 50 minutes, received an average audience of 2 million and 209 thousand individuals representing a leader market share for an audience of 61.8%.

During the same period of this documentary broadcast, RTP returned 19.8% share and SIC 15.2%. In the longitudinal development of this broadcast, the maximum average audience was registered at 22 hours and 13 minutes with an instant audience of 2 million and 466 thousand individuals, which corresponded to an audience share of 69.5%.



Note: By 2007, Portugal had 10,617,575 inhabitants of whom about 332,137 were legal immigrants.



Sources: Marktest & Media Monitor




6 comments:

  1. Com tudo isto,mais palavras para quê?
    quase 3 milhões.....é obra.

    A minha estatística rural: por aqui quem leu o livro de G.Amaral,ACREDITOU!

    Para quem não sabe ler ,estas imagens de 50 m. valem platina.

    Bando de Anjos: continuem!Força,Raparigas!

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  2. Não me surpreende,o caso Maddie continua a mexer muito com as emoções dos portugueses e um documentário baseado no livro escrito pelo coordenador da equipa que investigou o caso (e que, por sua vez é baseado na investigação levada a cabo pela polícia) só poderia suscitar um imenso interesse por parte dos portugueses.Espero que os outros canais tenham percebido a mensagem.Só uma pequena dica para a SIC: o povo português quer saber a verdade e quando digo verdade refiro-me a factos apurados pela polícia e não à versão que os Mccann e companhia nos têm tentado enfiar pela boca abaixo de à dois anos para cá.
    Se se vier a confirmar que a SIC contribuiu para aquele fundo fraudulento só para poder emitir um documentário que estará obrigatóriamente cheio de mentiras e falsidades então para mim a imagem de rigor e isenção que o canal sempre tentou transmitir estará para sempre manchada.

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  3. Acho que numa democracia como a de Portugal, tudo deve ser apresentado ao público.
    A versão dos McCanns e a verdade do Amaral.
    Evitar irradiar o documentário do Gerry poderia até levantar suspeitas sobre o ex-PJ, insinuando que alguma coisa deveria ser escondida.
    Deixem a SIC broadcast o programa do Gerry, para a gente ver o quanto os McCanns estão mentindo.
    Só comparando os dois documentários poder-se-á reabrir o processo mais depressa.Finalmente os ingleses poderão ver o tanto que o Tapas 9 mente.

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  4. Vamos dar uma lição de democracia à Inglaterra?
    Será que eles lá aprendem?
    Jornalistas ingleses devem morrer de inveja da nossa liberdade aqui.
    Depois de anos de ditadura, lutamos cada segundo para manter a nossa liberdade de expressão.

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  5. There are rumors that Kate has not being seen for a long time.
    Gerald gave his address as being the hospital and the UK Parliament.
    Gerald showed up in January and April now, all by himself.
    No Kate.
    Even the actress who was playing Kate's role never met her or even spoke to her through the telephone.
    This should be odd but it isn't.
    On May the 3rd 2007 Kate got a tough job: to protect herself and her husband and twins, to cheat on people, to play the role of a victim, the charming suffering mother whose child was abducted. In September 2007, wife and husband were declared arguidos and they continued their battles. Every moment of the day concentrated on showing their innocence.July 2008 they were cleaned because of lack of enough evidences.
    Suddenly Kate became unemployed.
    The level of surviving adrenaline went terribly down.
    For the first time she had time and space to think about and to realise what happened.
    She got confronted with herself and her feelings of guilt.
    Whatever happened to Madeleine, she feels guilty.
    There is the possibility she broke down.Her life is now much worse than it was when she was fighting to show her innocence.That was the time when she had the job, the battle for innocence.
    Now this must be hell, really, it must be.
    And this is not going to get any better unless she tells the truth.
    She than can start a treatment, that can help her.
    I'm afraid this will get worser and worser.

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  6. Are we close yet to having a translation of the documentary?.

    Many thanks to all.

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