ClickOnDetroit ranks as metro Detroit’s #1 website

Published On: Jul 23 2014 11:03:42 AM EDT
Updated On: Jul 23 2014 01:31:05 PM EDT

DETROIT -

ClickOnDetroit.com came out on top, beating all news websites in Southeastern Michigan, according to the latest ComScore Media Trend (Local Market) Report.

WDIV-Local 4’s website had an estimated 448,000 unique visitors in June. Google Analytics reports more than 30 million page views for the website in the same month.

ClickOnDetroit.com has continually been the leading breaking news and weather website in Michigan and is the centerpiece of Local 4’s digital products.

“The best part for us is that our community is using the ClickOnDetroit app and the mobile site in such significant numbers that it allows us to deliver high-quality journalism and our über local events to people wherever they are,” said Local 4 Vice-President and General Manager Marla Drutz.

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About WDIV-Local 4
Local 4 News is currently the #1 newscast at 4pm, 5pm, 6pm, and 11pm in Nielsen ratings for the Detroit television market, and Local 4 News at 11pm is the highest-rated newscast of all NBC affiliates in the top 11 markets nationwide.

About Post-Newsweek Stations
Post-Newsweek Stations is owned by Graham Holdings Company (NYSE:GHC), a diversified education and media company. Post-Newsweek Stations owns and operates five television stations: WDIV, the NBC affiliate in Detroit; KPRC, the NBC affiliate in Houston; WKMG, the CBS affiliate in Orlando; KSAT, the ABC affiliate in San Antonio; and WJXT, an independent in Jacksonville.

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