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English definition of “viewership”

viewership

noun [U]
 
 
/ˈvjuːəʃɪp/ COMMUNICATIONS
the type or number of people who watch a particular television programme or station: measure/monitor/track viewership The People Meter is an electronic device that measures television viewership.a drop/dip/decrease in viewership A dip in viewership could mean the loss of millions of dollars. The network developed new programs to increase viewership among a younger audience. viewership falls/declines/goes down viewership increases/jumps/goes up
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