1.12 Million Viewers Tune In to W5’s Examination of JFK’s Life and Legacy and Canadian Charity Lotteries

— November 18, 2013

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 Toronto, ON (November 18, 2013) – Last Saturday, W5’s double-header investigation into what might have been if Kennedy had lived, and how much “mega” charity lotteries return to the causes they support, garnered 1.12 million viewers on CTV and CTV Two, making it W5’s most-watched episode the season. W5 was the second most-watched program of the night, and was the most watched non-sports program overall. The episode marks W5’s highest overnight audience in a year.

“THE KENNEDY LEGACY” can be seen on Investigation Discovery, tomorrow at 11 p.m. ET, and Wednesday at 12 noon ET, on demand at CTVNews.ca/W5; the CTV App, the CTV Mobile channel on Bell Mobile TV, and through video on demand partners, such as Bell Fibe TV (visit CTV.ca for local listings).

 With an ongoing commitment to covering tough, relevant stories with fair and responsible reporting, W5 is in its 48th season of investigative journalism. Hosted by CTV's Lloyd Robertson, the award-winning series is the most-watched documentary program in Canada. Anton Koschany is Executive Producer of W5. Brett Mitchell is Senior Producer. Wendy Freeman is President, CTV News.

 

Source: BBM Canada overnight vs. overnight, Fall 2013: Sept. 23 – Nov. 10

 

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For more information, please contact:
Patricia Garcia, Bell Media, 416.384.2645 or patricia.garcia@bellmedia.ca
Julie MacFarlane, Bell Media, 416.384.4623 or julie.macfarlane@bellmedia.ca

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