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8 AAPI TikTokers to follow for fashion inspiration, travel guides and more https://vermonttravelguides.com/8-aapi-tiktokers-to-follow-for-fashion-inspiration-travel-guides-and-more/ Tue, 07 Jun 2022 07:00:00 +0000 https://vermonttravelguides.com/8-aapi-tiktokers-to-follow-for-fashion-inspiration-travel-guides-and-more/ As a Chinese American, I’m constantly on the lookout for consultation on how to get the best winged eyeliner on my little hooded eyes, or 10-minute versions of my favorite recipes, like egg fried rice. Luckily, TikTok’s algorithm detected my interests and recommended some amazing AAPI TikTokers for me to follow over the past two […]]]>

As a Chinese American, I’m constantly on the lookout for consultation on how to get the best winged eyeliner on my little hooded eyes, or 10-minute versions of my favorite recipes, like egg fried rice. Luckily, TikTok’s algorithm detected my interests and recommended some amazing AAPI TikTokers for me to follow over the past two months. These influencers range from style and fashion influencers to food and travel bloggers.

From the best Amazon workout dupes to seriously worthwhile K-beauty products, these Asian designers are experts in their fields. Many of these influencers, like Steph Hui (@stxph.h) and Joanne Lee Molinaro (@thekoreanvegan), are newcomers that exploded on TikTok, adding to the much-needed AAPI representation in the digital space. The tips and tricks I learned from them have changed my life so much. I mean, I can finally do a cat eye that doesn’t leave me looking like a raccoon, which is no small feat! If you’re looking to improve your life and get inspiration and insights from the top influencers in the game, follow these eight TikTokers now.

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stxph.h on TikTok.

stxph.h on TikTok.

Steph Hui (@stxph.h)

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22 years old, raised in Hong Kong, educated at NYU Stephen Hui (@stxph.h) went viral last year for her makeup transformations and quick GRWM (Get Ready With Me) videos. Its content is aimed at both novices and beauty professionals, from easy hairstyles to deciphering the glass skin trend. Obviously, his streamlined art appealed to the masses; More than 819,000 followers turn to her for tips on how to perfect a custom lipstick combo and find non-greasy sunscreen for everyday makeup.

the.navarose on TikTok.

the.navarose on TikTok.

Alexa Jade (@la.navarose)

Alexa Jade, better known by her online alias Rose Nava (@the.navarose), posted TikToks before the pandemic, but really exploded in 2020. She’s a Los Angeles-based dancer and thrift store connoisseur who’s known for DIY and breathing new life into her finds. She has over 5.7 million people looking up to her edgy yet feminine style as inspiration. Alexa is also a vocal part of the BTS army, which translates into some captivating concert and dance videos.

nica.lina on TikTok.

nica.lina on TikTok.

If you’re ever in the mood for a girls’ healing summer, LA-based travel influencer Danica Cadelina‘s (@www.bynicalina.com) lifestyle content looks like a warm and cozy hug. His videos feature beautifully serene gardens, lush wilderness, and the occasional LA restaurant recommendation. Her 48,100+ subscribers yearn to escape the chaos of the city with Danica as she vlogs her slower pace of life.

thekoreanvegan on TikTok.

thekoreanvegan on TikTok.

Joanne Lee Molinaro (@thekoreanvegan)

Joanne Lee Molinaro (@thekoreanvegan) is a Korean-American lawyer-turned-certified TikTok star who has been on a plant-based diet since 2016. She started her TikTok during the height of the pandemic in mid-2020, and her video on making Korean braised potatoes because her husband went viral. Now, her 60-Second Recipes shares veganized and accessible Korean recipes with her more than 3 million subscribers. She keeps them unique by adding her touching and sentimental voiceovers that celebrate her parents’ immigrant experiences and heritage.

milan.mathew on TikTok.

milan.mathew on TikTok.

Milan Mathew (@milan.mathew)

Desi beauty and fashion designer Milan Mathew (@milan.mathew) is churning out TikToks that proudly showcase the intricacies of her makeup and cultural attire, with videos like “How to Drape a Saree 101” and “Indian Outfits Haul.”

She, with her 962,000 followers, is testing year 2000 thin brows and finding mascara hacks together. Follow her as she navigates Desi culture, beauty trends and, most endearing of all, South Asian societal norms with her mother.

nutritionbykylie on TikTok.

nutritionbykylie on TikTok.

Kylie Sakaida (@nutritionbykylie)

Raised in Honolulu, now based in Los Angeles Kylie Sakaida @nutritionbykylie) is a Registered Dietitian who started posting her snack recommendations, easy meal prep ideas, and expert reactions/reviews of trendy cleanses in 2020. She breaks down nutrition labels, weight loss fat vs. muscle loss and IBS-friendly foods for his 2.1 million followers, but his most popular videos are his one- to five-minute lunch ideas. Healthy, fast and tasty? Sign us up.

laurenwolfe on TikTok.

laurenwolfe on TikTok.

Lauren Wolfe (@laurenwolfe)

Half-Korean based in New York Lauren Wolfe (@laurenwolfe) is a queen of Amazon dupes, hacks and picks. Her popularity surged on TikTok in 2020 with her “How to Style” and affordable Shein/Amazon fashion must-haves and try-ons. Her 747,000 followers love her accessible yet trendy looks. As her audience grows, so does her content, as she is now expanding her posts to animated travel and lifestyle videos.

balloonbreath on TikTok.

balloonbreath on TikTok.

Simone Siew (@balloonbreath)

Simone Siew is a Chinese-American Malaysian TikToker (@balloonbreath) who recommends and reviews all genres of books, from novels that explore the concept of loneliness to opening PR packages from publishing houses. Simone and her online book club of over 22,000 followers unearth quotes, bestsellers and BIPOC/queer/women authors. Follow Simone to track your reading goals this year and beyond.

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5 Different Types of Travel Guides and How to Create Them https://vermonttravelguides.com/5-different-types-of-travel-guides-and-how-to-create-them/ Thu, 02 Jun 2022 13:49:10 +0000 https://vermonttravelguides.com/5-different-types-of-travel-guides-and-how-to-create-them/ Source: aomori-tourism.com Travel guides are awesome and the people who make them are the same. It takes a lot of talent, a lot of passion and love to make a great travel guide. People think making a travel guide is easy to do, but the reality is different. It’s easy to buy a ticket and […]]]>
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Travel guides are awesome and the people who make them are the same. It takes a lot of talent, a lot of passion and love to make a great travel guide.

People think making a travel guide is easy to do, but the reality is different. It’s easy to buy a ticket and book accommodation somewhere in the world, but writing and conjuring up the things you’ve seen and felt takes talent and skill. Some of you will say that not all travel guides or those who write them are professional writers, and you would be right. But what you don’t know is that these people have other skills that make them successful.

Writers must have foundational writing skills, and anything beyond that is pure heart and passion. This is why some travel books are superior to others. Some writers are better than others, so we’ll discuss the many types of travel guides and how to create them effectively today. If you want to learn everything there is to know about something and get a decent travel guide, here is the place to go.

1. Specific destination

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These are probably the best known travel guides. You see them all the time and these are linked to a particular destination, a whole country, a city or a small town. These are usually written in such a way as to make you want to go there and visit with some explanation of what you can find there and what you can see during your trip. If you want things simplified a bit, here’s your general travel guide, without a lot of detail describing the ways and means to get to a certain place, with some background information on things you might want to see and experience. In these types of guides, you can also find information on prices, weather, locations of the best hotels, restaurants and bars, and all of this, again, without going into too much detail.

2. Special interests

These travel guides are specific so as to maintain a particular interest and detail it. When it comes to travel interests, they are all different and you can choose interests like food, art, history, animals and pets, etc. It is a very narrow travel guide and will only appeal to certain people. Some examples of such travel guides are those relating to food. There are many in written and vlog form. You travel the world looking for the best, exotic and maybe a little risky kinds of food, and you film them or write about them. Another example is history or artifact hunting travel guides. By following the history of our world, you can easily make a travel guide focusing on historical places, battles, monuments and other things or you can also take it as a hunting artifact. Other examples would include travel guides that talk about animals with exotic animals or exotic fauna in question and where and how to find them.

3. Financial guides

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Most individuals avoid traveling due to various constraints, and one of the biggest constraints apart from the latest outbreak is money or finances. A travel guide that features all the affordable or cheap places is one that quickly breaks through in all parts of the world. No matter who you are or how much money you have, you’ll always be interested in a new, cheaper place. These travel suggestions are also aimed at families, with longer stays at reasonable costs and destinations suitable for families and children. There are several places in these that offer things like theme parks, water parks, circus acts and other similar things. These authors frequently describe hotels, pubs and grills in detail so that you know what kind of price you can expect and where you can get it.

4. Narrative guides

This is a travel guide with an attached tale, as the name suggests. It’s a travel guide to a certain place that covers everything from when the writer decides to go until he returns home. These are considered story guides and are often very engaging. Audiences who read or view this type of travel guide want to see everything from stories and problems at the airport to accommodation issues, which is why demand in these guides is growing. They want to witness and note any obstacles, or lack thereof, along the way in case they have the same experience. The standard travel guides are okay and fine, but there is something to detail about preparation, travel, rental services and all the other things that you, as the one going there, might experience through yourself.

5. Secondary moves

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Another great travel guide that is growing in popularity. Most of us are planning a big trip and intend to visit a major popular place. A parallel travel guide gives you a secondary place to visit if you tire of big cities or popular tourist spots. We all want to see commotion, lights, music and a sea of ​​people, but after a day or two most of us have had enough. That’s where these side trip guides come in, as they advise you on somewhere nearby or within driving distance that you can visit for a whole day and have fun. See something you didn’t expect or visit a place you would never have seen otherwise.

As you can see, there are many types of travel guides and which one you choose is entirely up to you and your audience. You can write for a certain niche you can write for everyone, whatever matches your passion and your selected audience will be the guide you should choose and focus on. This will ensure that you are doing the best and most viewed or read out there. Good luck and happy travels!

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Channel Nine’s travel guides win best entertainment program on Tuesday https://vermonttravelguides.com/channel-nines-travel-guides-win-best-entertainment-program-on-tuesday/ Wed, 18 May 2022 08:54:37 +0000 https://vermonttravelguides.com/channel-nines-travel-guides-win-best-entertainment-program-on-tuesday/ Channel Nine’s travel guides win best entertainment program on Tuesday – while MasterChef simmers in second place By A. James for Daily Mail Australia Published: 4:54 a.m. EDT, May 18, 2022 | Update: 5:02 a.m. EDT, May 18, 2022 Travel guides are worth checking out. The fifth season of Channel Nine’s reality show, where ordinary […]]]>

Channel Nine’s travel guides win best entertainment program on Tuesday – while MasterChef simmers in second place

Travel guides are worth checking out.

The fifth season of Channel Nine’s reality show, where ordinary Australians became global travel critics, proved a winner for the network in Tuesday’s ratings war.

It scored a solid 554.00 fans in metropolitan areas, beating Channel Seven’s Home and Away in the 7pm slot.

Worth a watch: Channel Nine’s travel guides beat MasterChef in Tuesday night’s ratings battle

The much-loved soap opera, which had an uneven rating in 2022, managed just 499,000 in major centers.

Meanwhile, Seven’s The Chase Australia once again proved a winner for the network.

Week after week, the quiz is a solid performer ahead of the evening lineup and on Tuesday it drew 559,000 fans in major centers.

Seven might be reassured by this result since nothing else on the network has performed as well.

Travel Well: Travel Guides (pictured) recorded a solid 554.00 fans in metropolitan centers

Travel Well: Travel Guides (pictured) recorded a solid 554.00 fans in metropolitan centers

The highly publicized Big Brother Australia limped off with 379,000 viewers.

It’s a number that may indicate that fans have given up on the once all-conquering leaderboard winner, tired of the format.

Another once almighty franchise MasterChef, on Channel 10, seems like an acquired taste after more than a month into its 2022 season.

Undercooked: MasterChef is slow in the Channel 10 ratings

Undercooked: MasterChef is slow in the Channel 10 ratings

Attracting 513,000 viewers Tuesday night in metropolitan centers, the reality show, even with its refreshed new format, looks undercooked in the ratings.

Comedy show The Cheap Seats was a bright spot for the network, attracting 378,000 viewers.

The project, also on Channel 10, had another poor night on Tuesday with just 397,000 viewers in metropolitan centers tuning in to its 7 p.m. slot.

Big Brother is no more: The highly publicized Big Brother Australia limped off with 379,000 viewers in Tuesday night ratings

Big Brother is no more: The highly publicized Big Brother Australia limped off with 379,000 viewers in Tuesday night ratings

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Sydney travel guide trip tops entertainment https://vermonttravelguides.com/sydney-travel-guide-trip-tops-entertainment/ Wed, 18 May 2022 00:05:42 +0000 https://vermonttravelguides.com/sydney-travel-guide-trip-tops-entertainment/ To share Tweeter To share E-mail • Travel guides and Wild Territory are a winning combo for Nine• Space 22 and Family Court Murders form a new duo for ABC Total TV Ranking, May 10 Lego masters was the highest entertainment program in total ratings after registering 1,126,000 viewers, an increase of 30%. The episode […]]]>

• Travel guides and Wild Territory are a winning combo for Nine
• Space 22 and Family Court Murders form a new duo for ABC

Total TV Ranking, May 10

Lego masters was the highest entertainment program in total ratings after registering 1,126,000 viewers, an increase of 30%. The episode saw the teams build their creations on a rotating baseplate, revealing a three-part story featuring a beginning, middle, and end.

The best entertainment program on Seven was At home and away with 1,008,000 viewers, up 20% on its nightly viewers. Also on Seven, Big Brother Australia increased by 51% with 902,000 viewers.

The best program out of 10 was Master Chef Australia which attracted 807,000 viewers, up 22%. The episode saw Christina (Favorite) Coming Home After Struggling With The Pastry Chef Garreth WhittonSmoked pecan and butterscotch pie.

TV Ratings Overnight, May 17

Prime Time News
Seven news 938,000/924,000
Nine News 863,000/854,000
ABC News 611,000
10 News First 296,000 (5:00 p.m.) / 223,000 (6:00 p.m.)
SBS World News 122,000 (6:30 p.m.) 113,000 (7:00 p.m.)

daily news
A topical affair 600,000
The Project 29,000 (6:30 p.m.)/397,000 (7:00 p.m.)
The Drum 167,000

Breakfast TV
Sunrise 231,000
Today 191,000
News Breakfast 179,000

Nine won Tuesday night with a winning main channel share of 19.5% and also the top network share with 28.1%. A factor in this victory was that travel guides managed to surpass the regular 7:30 p.m. franchises to be the best entertainment program of the night with 554,000 viewers. The episode didn’t take viewers far, as the guides traveled to Sydney. Matt Wright’s Wild Territory then followed travel guides with 289,000 viewers.

On Seven, At home and away was the broadcaster’s top entertainment program after the soap opera recorded 499,000 viewers. It was the start of Big Brother Australia with the total television darling having 379,000 viewers overnight. The episode saw the returning housemates take over the game from the newbies. The episode was down from last Tuesday’s 394,000.

The 10, MasterChef Australia was the broadcaster’s top program with 513,000 viewers, as the show was also No. 1 in the 16-39 demo and top five in all key demos. The episode saw Minoli eliminated after a pressure test by Alla Wolf-Tasker from the Lake House which saw contestants cooking summer cucumbers with murray cod, without a recipe.

On the ABC, Space 22 debuted with 281,000 viewers before Family Court Murders had 276,000 plays for the show’s second episode.

The best program on SBS was Great British Rail Journeys with 174,000 viewers.

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An action-packed holiday in Sydney – Tonight on TRAVEL GUIDES https://vermonttravelguides.com/an-action-packed-holiday-in-sydney-tonight-on-travel-guides/ Tue, 17 May 2022 07:00:00 +0000 https://vermonttravelguides.com/an-action-packed-holiday-in-sydney-tonight-on-travel-guides/ This week, our travel guides get an insider’s view of Sydney – secret sights, stylish food and the hippest spots locals love. With millions of tourists each year seduced by one of the sexiest cities on the planet, our guides will spend a week living like a local and going behind fabulous beaches, houses and […]]]>

This week, our travel guides get an insider’s view of Sydney – secret sights, stylish food and the hippest spots locals love.

With millions of tourists each year seduced by one of the sexiest cities on the planet, our guides will spend a week living like a local and going behind fabulous beaches, houses and the famous Harbor Bridge to find out if Sydney has a beauty that is more than skin deep.

Will our guides decide if the other side of Sydney is worth seeing or is it just a pretty face?

To kick off their vacation in true Sydney style, our guides walk along the 4km of stunning coastline from Bondi to Bronte – a morning ritual for residents of the eastern suburbs showcasing some of the city’s hottest scenery – to both natural and sculpted.

Then it’s time to try out some of the latest fitness craze sweeping Sydney, including an outdoor aerobics class with RetroSweat that left some of our guides in need of a hip replacement!

And Supball at Manly Wharf which is a unique cross between netball, water polo, lacrose and rugby – all on a stand up paddle board.

Our guides’ holiday hits The Rocks where they step back in time to explore Australia’s oldest European settlement, loved by tourists and locals alike for its cafes, pubs and markets.

Next is a harbor cruise aboard a tall ship for a true sailor experience. Some of our guides overcome their fears and climb 22 meters high to the crow’s nest for the best vantage point – and others prefer the view safely from the deck.

Our guides decide it’s time to look the part in Sydney and visit the chic suburb of Double Bay for a makeover!

They visit celebrity hairstylist Joh Bailey and celebrity beautician Maria Nitsas for waxing and spray tans, and they even try to turn back time with an “aqua gold facial” aka “the treatment”. botox facial” at the Bay MediSpa.

So, having tasted life like a local, how will he rate his night out in Sydney out of five stars?

TRAVEL GUIDES – SYDNEY, NEW SOUTH WALES BROADCASTS TUESDAY, MAY 17 AT 7:30 PM ON CHANNELS 9 AND 9NOW

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Hawaii Travel with Kids shares comprehensive travel guides for busy parents. https://vermonttravelguides.com/hawaii-travel-with-kids-shares-comprehensive-travel-guides-for-busy-parents/ Mon, 16 May 2022 23:34:20 +0000 https://vermonttravelguides.com/hawaii-travel-with-kids-shares-comprehensive-travel-guides-for-busy-parents/ Seattle mom Marcie Cheung shares her family travel expertise and kid-friendly Hawaii guides with other families through her Hawaii Travel with Kids website. Traveling to Hawaii with children is a comprehensive website covering the A-Z of Hawaii travel, especially for busy parents traveling with kids. Created by Marcie Cheung, the website shares her travel expertise […]]]>

Seattle mom Marcie Cheung shares her family travel expertise and kid-friendly Hawaii guides with other families through her Hawaii Travel with Kids website.

Traveling to Hawaii with children is a comprehensive website covering the A-Z of Hawaii travel, especially for busy parents traveling with kids. Created by Marcie Cheung, the website shares her travel expertise and guides to help people find the best places to visit in Hawaii.

“We bring you the best restaurants, activities, adventures, hotel reviews, packing lists, cultural events, and more that all your family members will love.”

The Seattle-area mom has traveled to Hawaii nearly 40 times and says traveling with her family, especially with children, can be difficult. However, it becomes so much easier with the right travel guides and information. With Hawaii Travel with Kids, the next family vacation in Hawaii will go much smoother and everyone will have fun.

Created in hindsight, Hawaii Travel with Kids has become a comprehensive source of things to do in Hawaii with kids. Marcie believes that vacation in hawaii should be memorable; this is why it is useful to have an itinerary in Hawaii. Hawaii Travel with Kids compiles several kid-friendly Hawaiian itineraries.

“I’ve created some itineraries for Hawaii’s most popular islands that will take the stress out of trip planning so you can just focus on relaxing!”

The rapidly growing website has become a go-to for thousands of families planning their trip to Hawaii with kids. Find exclusive guides to Maui, Oahu, Kauai, and the Big Island of Hawaii, all packed with things to do in these places with kids.

Marcie wraps it up island travel guides with family-friendly activities, a 7-day itinerary, a downloadable map, Hawaii’s top resorts, best places to eat, budget tips, and more. “I’ve been to Hawaii over 35 times and learned amazing ways to experience Hawaii on a budget.”

Most first-time travelers have many questions about their Hawaiian vacation, and Marcie takes the time to answer each question via her blog and Hawaii Planning Tips. Traveling to Hawaii with Kids covers everything from essentials that need to be packed, what kind of sunscreen is allowed in Hawaii, and what’s best to buy in Hawaii instead of bringing it from home. “Find out everything you need to add to your Hawaii packing list that you’re probably forgetting.”

Discover Hawaii Across Hawaii Travel with Kids as Marcie Cheung prepares people for their ultimate trip to Hawaii.

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]]> Travel Guides: May 18 | tv tonight https://vermonttravelguides.com/travel-guides-may-18-tv-tonight/ Mon, 16 May 2022 20:00:11 +0000 https://vermonttravelguides.com/travel-guides-may-18-tv-tonight/ This is the last episode of travel guides Wednesday. Tonight the guides are in Sydney, but tomorrow they will travel to western Victoria from the Great Ocean Road to Ballarat on a 500km road trip. They visit Otway Ranges, the Twelve Apostles, Sovereign Hill, Kryal Castle (why?) and Tuki Trout Farm. Starting from Melbourne’s Tullamarine […]]]>

This is the last episode of travel guides Wednesday.

Tonight the guides are in Sydney, but tomorrow they will travel to western Victoria from the Great Ocean Road to Ballarat on a 500km road trip.

They visit Otway Ranges, the Twelve Apostles, Sovereign Hill, Kryal Castle (why?) and Tuki Trout Farm.

Starting from Melbourne’s Tullamarine Airport, our guides collect their cars to begin the great Victorian road trip.

The Great Ocean Road winds and turns for 240 km along Victoria’s rugged south coast. Entering the Otway Ranges, our guides explore ancient rainforests with a dose of adrenaline at the Live Wire Park, climb obstacles ten meters above the ground and descend roller coasters at a speed of 40 km per hour.

With breathtaking views at every turn, our guides continue the road trip to admire the Twelve Apostles. For an even better view of the coast, they soar in full aerobatic training planes performing inverted victory rolls and g-force-inducing barrel rolls, challenging some to save their lunch.

Back on the ground, our guides place the coast in the rear view mirror and head inland to the historic town of Ballarat, known for its colonial architecture and golden past.

The Great Victorian Gold Rush is celebrated at Sovereign Hill, a living museum that shows all aspects of life on the goldfields in the mid-1800s.

7:30 p.m. Wednesday on Nine.

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Wednesday Ratings | TRAVEL GUIDES triumphs; Seven’s LEADER’S DEBATE softer https://vermonttravelguides.com/wednesday-ratings-travel-guides-triumphs-sevens-leaders-debate-softer/ Thu, 12 May 2022 07:00:00 +0000 https://vermonttravelguides.com/wednesday-ratings-travel-guides-triumphs-sevens-leaders-debate-softer/ What a rollercoaster for everyone! Far from home (473,000) still securing second place at 7 p.m. for Seven. It seems like Big Brother Australia (379,000) does not resonate with viewers and slips even further and remains a distant fourth in the slot, even with The great debate (527,000) the next (which didn’t do as well […]]]>

What a rollercoaster for everyone!

Far from home (473,000) still securing second place at 7 p.m. for Seven. It seems like Big Brother Australia (379,000) does not resonate with viewers and slips even further and remains a distant fourth in the slot, even with The great debate (527,000) the next (which didn’t do as well as Nine’s bid on Sunday but definitely took the win later that night). Scandalous marriages (219,000) offers little hope to program makers around the world.
Seven first in the primary (21.5%) and network (28.9%) rankings.

Nine will get a victory where they can get it at the moment. A topical matter (704,000)
remains unbeatable at 7 p.m., and travel guides (618,000) did a pretty good job of raising some numbers to eliminate the prime-time slot. Everything slides down then with a repeat of MOVIE: Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle (246,000) as the network gives up the ratings ground it gained earlier in the night. Footy Ranked (66,000 MEL/ADL/PER) runs later at night to a limited, AFL-focused audience.
Nine seconds in the primary (19.7%) and network (27.6%) rankings.

A good start for the ABC, with the 7:30 a.m. (491,000)/Gruen Nation 2022 (588,000) double earning the primetime win. The Weekly with Charlie Pickering (520,000) dates back to last week, as the penultimate episode of tomorrow tonight (277,000) maintains rabies. IQ (204,000) and a repeat of Would I lie to you? (146,000) fill last night.
ABC third in the primary (13%) and network (18%) rankings.

The project (284,000 6:30 p.m.; 402,000 7 p.m.) is up from last week, which isn’t difficult given the low base it continues to operate from. MasterChef Australia (510,000) is enjoying a brief spell of sunshine; third in prime time. First dates Australia (260,000) continues to struggle after being bumped into the program (and somehow not as good as when he was on Seven). American dramas Bull (108,000) and It’s us (47,000) do their best to attract a later and late-night audience.
10 fourth in the primary (11.7%) and network (17.8%) rankings.

Pretty standard night for SBS, with Coast to Coast by Tony Robinson (171,000), MH370: The Lost Flight (146,000), and Cobra (65,000).
SBS fifth in the primary (4.5%) and network (7.7%) rankings.

KEY DEMOS

16-39: MasterChef Australia (133,000) beat The Project 7pm, Nine News 6.30pm and Seven News 6/6.30pm.

18-49: MasterChef Australia (217,000) beat Nine News 6:30/6pm and Seven News 6/6:30pm.

25-54: Nine News 6:30 p.m. (253,000) was followed by Nine News 6 p.m., MasterChef Australia and Seven News 6:30 p.m./6 p.m.

MULTI-CHANNEL

Peppa Pig (165,000) on ABC Kids/TV Plus takes multi-channel victory.

BATTLE OF BREKKY

Sunrise (252,000)
Today’s show (204,000)
ABC breakfast (191,000 (122,000 ABC; 69,000 ABC News))


CONSOLIDATED DAILY 7 TOTAL TV

No change from previous week’s primetime lineup after adding in Total TV figures: The Voice Australia (Seven) up 32% to 1,335,000; Travel guides (nine) increased by 24% to 1,006,000; and MasterChef Australia (10) rose 28% to 658,000.

The top BVODs were The Voice Australia (177,000), Home and Away (127,000), Travel Guides (109,000), The Thing About Pam ep 2 (103,000) and The Thing About Pam ep 1 (102,000).

Here are the five shows that made the most money from their overnight numbers:

Program Network Total TV % lift
The thing about Pam ep 2 New 486,000 87
The thing about Pam ep 1 New 544,000 61
The Voice Australia Seven 1,335,000 32
MasterChef Australia ten 658,000 28
travel guides New 1,006,000 24

Main Channels, Multi-Channels, Shares, Subscription TV, Key Demos, Brekky Battle: All Figures Total People, Five City Metro (5CM); nights only.

Consolidated Daily 7 Total TV: All Numbers Total People, Consolidated 7 Days Five City Metro (5CM) + Regional (Reg) + BVOD (Broadcast Video on Demand); % increase from overnight numbers.

Top 20 Night Subway

Top 20 Multi-Channel Shows

Night network sharing

Top 20 Foxtel Shows

Consolidated daily ranking of total 7 TV programs

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To note: Program performance and ranking information is subject to change when not based on final program logs. Programs with the same name on one or more main or multichannel channels are grouped into a single network figure.

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Travel Guides wins entertainment crown as Seven wins Wednesday https://vermonttravelguides.com/travel-guides-wins-entertainment-crown-as-seven-wins-wednesday/ Thu, 12 May 2022 00:07:51 +0000 https://vermonttravelguides.com/travel-guides-wins-entertainment-crown-as-seven-wins-wednesday/ Nine’s travel guides dominated Wednesday night’s entertainment, but it was Seven who took the lead in the evening’s overall share. The episode had 618,000 Subway viewers, followed by ABC’s Gruen which saw 588,000 Subway viewers tune in. Nine Travel Guides In the latest Daily Consolidated Total TV Report on May 4, Seven News topped the […]]]>

Nine’s travel guides dominated Wednesday night’s entertainment, but it was Seven who took the lead in the evening’s overall share.

The episode had 618,000 Subway viewers, followed by ABC’s Gruen which saw 588,000 Subway viewers tune in.

Nine Travel Guides

In the latest Daily Consolidated Total TV Report on May 4, Seven News topped the list with 1.573 million total viewers, including 34,000 viewers on BVOD with a 2% increase. The program with the highest increase was Episode 2 of Nine’s The Thing About Pam, with an 87% increase, viewed by a total of 486,000 domestic viewers.

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Next up on Wednesday was The Chase Australia on Seven which drew 565,000 Tube viewers, followed by The Great Debate: The Final Showdown with 527,000 Tube viewers.

ABC’s The Weekly with Charlie Pickering drew 520,000 viewers on the Tube and Ten’s Masterchef drew 510,000, with the episode also winning key publicity demos, 16-39 and 18-49.

Overall, Seven News topped the lineup with 950,000 Subway viewers, followed by Seven News at 6:30 a.m. with 909,000 Subway viewers. Nine News followed with 888,000 subway viewers, then Nine News 6:30 with 873,000 subway viewers. Nine’s A Current Affair drew 704,000 viewers to the subway. ABC News followed with 585,000 Subway viewers, followed by ABC 7.30 with 491,000 Subway viewers.

As noted above, Seven held the largest network share at 28.9%, just ahead of Nine’s 27.6%. ABC was next with an 18% share and Ten finished with a 17.8% share.

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