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‘The Boobay and Tekla Show’ keeps winning over ‘Gandang Gabi Vice’ according to NUTAM

  • In the data recorded by Nationwide Urban Television Audience Measurement on June 23, 2019, The Boobay and Tekla Show (TBATS) has steadily beaten its rival show Gandang Gabi Vice (GGV).”
  • Despite NUTAM’s declaration, Kantar Media claims that it’s the other way around for GGV won in the battle of ratings, not TBATS
  • GGV and TBATS are on a tight battle when it comes to TV ratings

Based on the data recorded by Nationwide Urban Television Audience Measurement (NUTAM), The Boobay and Tekla Show has been beating its rival program, Gandang Gabi Vice for weeks now.

In the data recorded last June 23, 2019, TBATS gathered an audience share of 5.2%, which is higher than the 3.6% that GGV garnered.

However, NUTAM’s records contradict what Kantar Media recorded. Kantar claims that GGV won in the battle of ratings last June 23, not the other way around.

Accordingly, TBATS got only 6.5% rating, which is 0.9% lower than the rating of GGV that soared to 7.4%.

NUTAM
TBATS- 5.2% / GGV- 3.6%

Kantar Media
TBATS- 6.5% / GGV- 7.4%

In the episode of The Boobay and Tekla Show last Sunday, their guests Michael V and Dawn Zulueta made audiences laugh with their hilarious remarks and tasks. Gandang Gabi Vice, on the other hand, celebrated its 8th anniversary with “unkabogable” surprises and guests such as KZ Tandingan, and Asia’s Song Bird Regine Velasquez-Alcasid.

NUTAM and Kantar Media use different panel size (households) in measuring audience share. While Kantar uses a nationwide panel size of 2,610 rural and urban households that represent 100% of the total Philippine TV viewing population, NUTAM uses a panel size of 1, 980 households based solely on urban areas.



Kantar Media is the audience measurement provider of ABS-CBN Network, while NUTAM is another ratings provider trusted by GMA Network.

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