Table Tennis, Fencing, and Swimming Scenes Thrive on TV Chosun
TV Chosun’s renowned ‘Legend’ commentators truly lived up to their name, as they attracted the highest viewership ratings during the women’s table tennis semi-finals of the ‘Hangzhou Asian Games’ against other terrestrial broadcasters.
According to Nielsen Korea, TV Chosun secured the top spot with an impressive viewership rating of 0.953% (based on paying households in the metropolitan area) during the women’s table tennis semi-finals of the ‘Hangzhou Asian Games’ broadcasted on the 25th. The remarkable commentary by Ahn Jae-hyung and the captivating narration by Park Yong-sik propelled TV Chosun ahead. KBS2 followed with a rating of 0.884%, MBC with 0.763%, and SBS with 0.652%.
This remarkable achievement can be credited to the meticulous preparations and the insightful commentary delivered by these esteemed commentators. Audiences were engaged throughout the broadcast, fostering immense loyalty towards the channel.
Thrilling Moments in Fencing and Swimming
The highly anticipated men’s saber final between Oh Sang-wook and Koo Bon-gil, broadcasted on the same day, captured viewers’ attention. Dubbed the battle between seniors and juniors, this gold medal match showcased extraordinary talent. Additionally, the men’s swimming team created history by clinching the first-ever team gold medal, setting a new Asian record with the contribution of elite members. The finals of the 800m relay also attained a respectable third place in viewer ratings, establishing the credibility of TV Chosun’s innovative and distinctive broadcasting.
An official from TV Chosun expressed their pride, stating, “The Asian Games is being broadcasted on our comprehensive channel for the first time, and we have put substantial effort into meticulous preparation and the implementation of a comprehensive structure. Guided by our slogan ‘A New Shout of Victory – the Asian Games is TV CHOSUN,’ we have assembled top-notch casters who possess national-level proficiency. Our expedited responses to ever-changing situations in real-time have further enhanced our viewers’ experience,” he explained.
Table tennis, fencing, and swimming scenes held on the 25th / Chosun Television
TV Chosun’s ‘Legend’ commentators lived up to their name. In the women’s table tennis semi-finals of the ‘Hangzhou Asian Games’, she beat the terrestrial broadcaster and took first place in viewership ratings.
According to Nielsen Korea, TV Chosun ranked first with a viewership rating of 0.953% (based on paying households in the metropolitan area) for the women’s table tennis semi-finals of the ‘Hangzhou Asian Games’ broadcast on the 25th (commentator Ahn Jae -hyung, caster Park Yong-sik). KBS2 was followed by 0.884%, MBC 0.763%, and SBS 0.652%.
The power built up through thorough preparation and the in-depth commentary worthy of a legend resulted in people staying tuned to the channel. The men’s saber saber final between Oh Sang-wook and Koo Bon-gil (commentator Shin A-ram and caster Kim Hwan) drew attention as the gold medal match between the seniors and juniors was broadcast on the same day, and the men’s swimming team won the first team gold medal in history by setting a new Asian record with the participation of elite members. The finals of the 800m relay (commentator Kim Dong-hyun, caster Choi Ki-hwan) were also third in viewer ratings, building trust in new and differentiated broadcasting.
A TV Chosun official said, “We are broadcasting the Asian Games for the first time on a comprehensive channel with thorough preparation and a three-dimensional structure under the slogan ‘A new shout of victory – the Asian Games is TV CHOSUN.’ “We have recruited national level casters and respond quickly to situations that change in real time,” he explained.
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