The first Jennifer Keyte-offered company on Monday (September fourteen) saw 29,000 persons tune in domestically, down from forty two,000 on September 7 when Rebecca Morse was even now presenting. Figures dipped to a small of 23,000 on Tuesday, right before choosing back up to 31,000 on Thursday evening.

A Community 10 spokesperson stated the station envisioned the change to consider some time to resonate with viewers.

“The focused staff at 10 Information Initial Adelaide carries on to split stories each day and tell the stories of South Australia like they always have. Just this week, the staff have broken various exceptional stories,” the spokesperson stated.

“Our adjustments ended up always likely to consider some time to mattress down. South Australians can even now count on us to provide their regional news at 5pm.”

There was an instant backlash when 10 declared its nationwide shake-up past month, with a lot of advertiser.com.au readers indicating they would now glimpse in other places for their regional television news.

Reviews on Ten in Melbourne

The 7 Information daily 4pm bulletin is broadcast from Melbourne, this means Nine’s 5pm company is the only a hundred for each cent domestically broadcast early television news.

“It’s disappointing for South Australians to see each 10 and 7 have switched domestically offered bulletins to Melbourne,” 9 Information Adelaide news director Jeremy Pudney stated.

“Nine is a hundred for each cent committed to delivering reside and regional news – we are committed to South Australia and masking the news that affects persons here. We are all element of the regional neighborhood – and proud of South Australia.”

Community 10 declared on August 11 it would slash careers in its news department – like regional presenters Morse and Will Goodings – and Keyte would anchor a merged Melbourne and Adelaide bulletin from the Victorian cash.

Kate Freebairn was also thought to be leaving but was later on declared as the climate presenter for the new bulletin, becoming a member of Keyte and sports presenter Steve Quartermain.