Sport on Foxtel filled all five slots on the chart.
Mediaweek editor James Manning examines the Nielsen Social Content Ratings.
Mediaweek editor James Manning examines the latest social content ratings from Nielsen.
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Nine’s Today and the SBS World News also made the top five.
SBS World News also made an appearance in the top 5
AFL filled all top five spots led by the controversial clash in Perth between West Coast and Fremantle.
Meanwhile, Nine News ranks #1 on the non-sport chart.
Three AFL matches and the Supercars in Darwin fill the remaining spots in the top five.
Nine News really has a grip on the social content ratings.
Two AFL matches led the Sport chart.
Nine dominates social conversations with the News and The Voice.
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