Number of viewers watching an average minute of Olympic Winter Games broadcasts worldwide from 2002 to 2010 (in millions)*

Global viewership of Olympic Winter Games: average minute rating 2010 This graph depicts the average minute rating* of Olympic Winter Games broadcasts from 2002 to 2010. At the Olympic Winter Games in in Salt Lake City in 2002 the average minute rating was 48 million.
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Number of viewers in millions
2002 Salt Lake City48
2006 Turin38.5
2010 Vancouver48.7
Number of viewers in millions
2002 Salt Lake City48
2006 Turin38.5
2010 Vancouver48.7
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This graph depicts the average minute rating* of Olympic Winter Games broadcasts from 2002 to 2010. At the Olympic Winter Games in in Salt Lake City in 2002 the average minute rating was 48 million.
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Release date
January 2011
Region
Worldwide
Survey time period
2002 to 2010
Supplementary notes
* Average minute rating measures the number of viewers watching a typical minute of Olympic Games television coverage. The global figure is calculated by combining the average minute rating of dedicated Games coverage aired by official broadcasters.
The rating is based on the viewership in 29 key territories worldwide.

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