Definition of viewership in English:

viewership

Line breaks: view¦er|ship
Pronunciation: /ˈvjuːəʃɪp
 
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noun

[treated as singular or plural]
The audience for a particular television programme or channel: the glory days of 90 per cent viewership [in singular]: a potential viewership of 18 million people
More example sentences
  • There is little evidence to suggest increased television viewership is killing off reading.
  • But even if not as many people could watch the games in person, the good news is that television viewership continued to grow.
  • Prime time programmes in various channels are vying for viewership.

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