ABC.COM IS THE NO. 1 ONLINE BROADCAST SITE FOR JANUARY 2010 is the No. 1 Online Broadcast Site for January 2010, Growing 46% Over the Previous Month Claims 7 of the Top 10 Spots in Unique Viewers in January 2010, Including No. 1 Ranked “Lost” and Freshman Series “The Deep End” at No. 2

ABC’s “The Bachelor” is January 2010’s No. 1 Program in Total Streams

Based on data as reported from Nielsen VideoCensus for January 2010, (5.1 million UVs) ranked as the No. 1 online broadcast site for the month in Unique Viewers, representing the 3rd time in the 4 complete months of the 2009-10 TV season (Oct ’09 Jan ’10) that the ABC website has taken the top spot. beat by 19% (4.3 million UVs), CBS Television by 24% (4.1 million UVs), by 464% (904,000 UVs) and Fox Broadcasting by 552% (782,000 UVs) was up in Unique Viewers over the previous month by 46% (3.5 million UVs December ’09).

Program Highlights Unique Viewers (January ’10)

For viewing of full episodes and short-form content, claimed 7 of the Top 10 spots during January ’10, including the No. 1 series with “Lost” and freshman series “The Deep End” ranking No. 2.’s Top 10 entries include “Lost” (No. 1 1.176 million Unique Viewers) “The Deep End” (No. 2 1.158 million UVs), “The Bachelor” (No. 4 1.086 million UVs), “Grey’s Anatomy” (No. 5 1.085 million UVs), “Desperate Housewives” (No. 7 789,000 UVs), “All My Children” (No. 8 706,000 UVs) and “General Hospital” (No. 10 563,000 UVs).

Program Highlights Total Streams (January ’10)

For Total Streams, owned 6 of the Top 10 shows in January ’10, including the No. 1 Program.

In Total Streams, “The Bachelor” (17.5 million Total Streams) qualified as the No. 1 show for the month. In fact, ABC programs have held the No. 1 spot in 3 of the 4 complete months of the 2009-10 TV Season (“Grey’s Anatomy” was No. 1 in October ’09 and November ’09)

The rest of Top 10 in Total Streams include “Lost” (No. 2 15.2 million Total Streams), “Grey’s Anatomy” (No. 3 11.8 million TS), “Desperate Housewives” (No. 4 10.3 million TS), “General Hospital” (No. 5 8.5 million TS) and “All My Children” (No. 8 6.4 million TS).

Broadcast Network Websites Unique Viewers (January ’10) Name Unique Viewers
No. 1 5.1 million
No. 2 4.3 million
No. 3 CBS Television 4.1 million
No. 4 904,000
No. 5 Fox Broadcasting 782,000

Top 10 Programs Unique Viewers (January ’10)
Program Net Unique Viewers
No. 1 Lost ABC 1.176 million
No. 2 The Deep End ABC 1.158 million
No. 3 Tonight Show with Conan NBC 1.097 million
No. 4 The Bachelor ABC 1.086 million
No. 5 Grey’s Anatomy ABC 1.085 million
No. 6 Saturday Night Live NBC 869,000
No. 7 Desperate Housewives ABC 789,000
No. 8 All My Children ABC 706,000
No. 9 The Jay Leno Show NBC 697,000
No.10 General Hospital ABC 563,000

Top 10 Programs Total Streams (January ’10)
Program Net Total Streams
No. 1 The Bachelor ABC 17.5 million
No. 2 Lost ABC 15.2 million
No. 3 Grey’s Anatomy ABC 11.8 million
No. 4 Desperate Housewives ABC 10.3 million
No. 5 General Hospital ABC 8.5 million
No. 6 Heroes NBC 7.2 million
No. 7 24 Fox 6.6 million
No. 8 All My Children ABC 6.4 million
No.9t Tonight Show with Conan NBC 6.3 million
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Source: Nielsen Online, VideoCensus, January 2010