Log in
E-mail
Password
Show password
Remember
Forgot password ?
Become a member for free
Sign up
Sign up
New member
Sign up for FREE
New customer
Discover our services
Settings
Settings
Dynamic quotes 
OFFON
  1. Homepage
  2. Equities
  3. Japan
  4. Japan Exchange
  5. TV Asahi Holdings Corporation
  6. News
  7. Summary
    9409   JP3429000007

TV ASAHI HOLDINGS CORPORATION

(9409)
  Report
Delayed Quote. Delayed Japan Exchange - 01/18 01:00:00 am
1501 JPY   -0.20%
01/05TV ASAHI : Updated IR Calendar
PU
2021Japan Urges Pfizer Chief To Accelerate Vaccine Delivery Amid Omicron Threat
MT
2021Japan finds fourth case of Omicron variant - TV Asahi
RE
SummaryQuotesChartsNewsRatingsCalendarCompanyFinancialsConsensusRevisions 
SummaryMost relevantAll NewsAnalyst Reco.Other languagesPress ReleasesOfficial PublicationsSector news

UPDATE4: TV viewership for Olympics opening ceremony 56% in Tokyo area

07/26/2021 | 05:08am EST

TV viewership for the opening ceremony of the Tokyo Olympics averaged 56.4 percent in the capital and its surrounding areas, the highest for the event since the previous Tokyo Olympics in 1964, an audience ratings firm said Monday.

Video Research Ltd. said the preliminary rating for public broadcaster NHK's live broadcast on Friday in the Kanto region in eastern Japan eclipsed the 47.9 percent for the 1984 Los Angeles Games and drew near the all-time high of 61.2 percent for the previous Tokyo Games.

The solid rating came despite mixed attitudes in the lead-up to the Olympics and Paralympics over whether they should go ahead amid the coronavirus pandemic, as well as a string of scandals involving games officials.

With Tokyo under a fourth COVID-19 state of emergency and organizers having decided to ban spectators at venues, Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga has called on the public to cheer athletes at home.

An estimated 73.27 million people across Japan, which has a population of about 125 million, tuned in to NHK and other channels to watch the opening ceremony take place in the National Stadium without spectators, according to Video Research.

The nearly four-hour event was the most viewed event in the last 10 years in the country, said Yiannis Exarchos, CEO of Olympic Broadcasting Services.

"Clearly the opening ceremony had a very, very high level of consumption," he told a press conference in Tokyo, adding more than 80 percent of all Japanese people have watched some part of the games and that engagement on digital platforms is at a record-high level.

"Of course, in Japan it's aided very much by the success of the Japanese athletes and the gold medals."

The rating for NHK'S broadcast of the opening ceremony in the Kanto region reached as high as 61 percent, marked first during a performance featuring actress Miki Maya and tap dancer Kazunori Kumagai and again shortly after the athletes began marching into the stadium, said Video Research.

Among gold medal-winning performances by Japanese athletes, judoka Naohisa Takato drew 24.2 percent for NHK in the men's under 60-kilogram final on Saturday, while 21.6 percent tuned in to TV Asahi to watch siblings Uta and Hifumi Abe in the women's under 52-kg and men's under 66-kg finals on Sunday.

Swimmer Yui Ohashi's gold medal in the women's 400-meter individual medley garnered 12.7 percent, while the skateboarding street final that crowned Yuto Horigome the sport's first Olympic champion got 12.0 percent, both on NHK.

In the Kansai region centering on Osaka, viewership for the NHK broadcast averaged 49.6 percent and topped out during the athletes' parade at 54.6 percent.

Enthusiasm for the Olympics could be a blessing for Suga, who had hoped the sporting extravaganza will give him a needed popularity boost ahead of a party leadership race and general election this year.

Suga met with Tokyo Gov. Yuriko Koike at his official residence on Sunday to discuss COVID-19 countermeasures, with the two agreeing the Olympics are going "very smoothly."

==Kyodo

© Kyodo News International, Inc., source Newswire

All news about TV ASAHI HOLDINGS CORPORATION
01/05TV ASAHI : Updated IR Calendar
PU
2021Japan Urges Pfizer Chief To Accelerate Vaccine Delivery Amid Omicron Threat
MT
2021Japan finds fourth case of Omicron variant - TV Asahi
RE
2021TV ASAHI : Plan to Meet the Continued Listing Criteria of the New Market Segment
PU
2021Notice of Selection of “Prime Market” in Tokyo Stock Exchange New Market Se..
PU
2021Announcement of Revision of Full-Year Consolidated Earnings Forecast
PU
2021TV ASAHI : Updated IR Calendar
PU
2021TV ASAHI HOLDINGS CORPORATION : Ex-dividend day for interim dividend
FA
2021MOONBAT : Japan's COVID minister Kono popular with voters for PM, may get heavyweight back..
RE
2021Mitsubishi UFG on The Impact on The Yen After Japan Premier Saga's Decision to Resign
MT
More news
Analyst Recommendations on TV ASAHI HOLDINGS CORPORATION
More recommendations
Financials
Sales 2022 303 B 2 644 M 2 644 M
Net income 2022 16 544 M 144 M 144 M
Net cash 2022 32 577 M 284 M 284 M
P/E ratio 2022 9,29x
Yield 2022 2,80%
Capitalization 152 B 1 330 M 1 330 M
EV / Sales 2022 0,40x
EV / Sales 2023 0,39x
Nbr of Employees 5 332
Free-Float -
Chart TV ASAHI HOLDINGS CORPORATION
Duration : Period :
TV Asahi Holdings Corporation Technical Analysis Chart | 9409 | JP3429000007 | MarketScreener
Technical analysis trends TV ASAHI HOLDINGS CORPORATION
Short TermMid-TermLong Term
TrendsNeutralBearishBearish
Income Statement Evolution
Consensus
Sell
Buy
Mean consensus HOLD
Number of Analysts 5
Last Close Price 1 501,00 JPY
Average target price 2 080,00 JPY
Spread / Average Target 38,6%
EPS Revisions
Managers and Directors
Hiroshi Hayakawa MD & Manager-Organization Production
Shinichi Yoshida President, COO & Representative Director
Miwako Konishi Senior Manager-Compliance
Akira Gemma Independent Outside Director
Katsuhiko Ikeda Independent Outside Director
Sector and Competitors
1st jan.Capi. (M$)
TV ASAHI HOLDINGS CORPORATION2.93%1 333
FOX CORPORATION11.17%22 537
DISCOVERY, INC.32.46%20 382
RTL GROUP S.A.6.48%8 693
PT ELANG MAHKOTA TEKNOLOGI TBK-12.50%8 403
NEXSTAR MEDIA GROUP, INC.12.60%6 952