Fight Club - Football TV Ratings (AFL vs NRL)

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Wow, another thumping win for the AFL over the NRL in the tv ratings.

The Melbourne AFL audience on Channel 7 was 10 times bigger than the prime time NRL Storm semi final shown on Channel 9.


SEVEN’S AFL: FRIDAY NIGHT FOOTBALL FINALS Seven Network 834,000 34,000 503,000 73,000 133,000 91,000

LIVE: AFL: SF MELBOURNE V CARLTON FOX FOOTY 262,000



RUGBY LEAGUE FINAL SERIES SF1 Nine Network 485,000 250,000 50,000 156,000 14,000 15,000

LIVE: NRL: SEMI FINAL STORM V ROOSTERS FOX LEAGUE 263,000

https://tvtonight.com.au/2023/09/friday ... -2023.html





And check out the totals, crowds and time watched for Australia’s Game thanks to Wookie over at Big Footy. Wow!!!

Friday Night AFL Finals
Dees/Blues Attendance: 96,412
Seven
Metro 834,000
Melb 503,000
[Reg est 342,000]
[Seven 1.175m]
Foxfooty 262,000
[FoxBVOD est 269,000]
Est Total 1.706m

Data: Oztam. Reg Est and FoxBVOD est on Finals trend (42% of metro & 121% of STB)



Friday N #NRL Finals Storm/Roosters
Crowd: 19,534 Nine
Metro 485k Syd 250k Mel 50k
[Reg est 306k]
[9BVOD est 92k]
[Nine est 883k]

Foxleague 263k
[FoxBVOD est 242k]
[Total est 1.388m]

Data: Oztam. Reg/9BVOD/FoxBVOD est on Finals trend (63%/19% of metro & 92% of STB)

Time
AFL Friday night final viewing time: 293.886m minutes
NRL Friday night final viewing time: 203.765m minutes

Previously this has been calculated off game time not broadcast length - this differs for both codes from FTA to Fox.

Last nights program lengths:
7AFL 180 minutes
FoxAFL 155 minutes
Thus calculation is [7ratings x broadcast length]+[Fox ratings x broadcast length]

9NRL 165 minutes
FoxNRL 115 minutes
Thus calculation is [9ratings x broadcast length]+[Fox ratings x broadcast length]

https://www.bigfooty.com/forum/threads/ ... t-81077073
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Must have been hard for the Thugby fans last night with the Melbourne Snow Cones going up against the AFL with over 96,000 fans at the game. That roar was like nothing you have ever heard before!
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Skippy Steve wrote: Sat Sep 16, 2023 12:41 pm
Must have been hard for the Thugby fans last night with the Melbourne Snow Cones going up against the AFL with over 96,000 fans at the game. That roar was like nothing you have ever heard before!
hard ? :hmm:
why

half the country didn't hear , or see it

because they don't care about it :cool:
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You and your pet dog spot are the only ones that didn't hear. Plus check out Friday night. #AFL Friday night final viewing time: 293.886m minutes.
#NRL Friday night final viewing time: 203.765m minutes.
You just chose not to hear. You have your fingers in your ears singing LA LA LA LA! So that you don't have to hear the sounds that the AFL is making.
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Skippy Steve wrote: Sat Sep 16, 2023 3:45 pm
You and your pet dog spot are the only ones that didn't hear. Plus check out Friday night. #AFL Friday night final viewing time: 293.886m minutes.
#NRL Friday night final viewing time: 203.765m minutes.
You just chose not to hear. You have your fingers in your ears singing LA LA LA LA! So that you don't have to hear the sounds that the AFL is making.
from about Wagga to cape York peninsula

the fumbling game last night didn't raise an eyebrow you stupid tosspot
it never has

it never will :cool:
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Wow wee, yet another thumping win for the AFL over the NRL in the tv ratings.

Gee whiz, the Western Sydney Giants have proven to be more popular in Sydney (93,000), than the Storm in Melbourne (50,000) on Friday night. Channel 7 would be very happy, Channel 9 on the other hand… hmm…. eek.



SEVEN’S AFL: SATURDAY NIGHT FOOTBALL FINALS Seven Network 750,000 93,000 346,000 74,000 156,000 82,000

LIVE: AFL: SF PORT ADELAIDE V GWS FOX FOOTY 244,000



RUGBY LEAGUE FINAL SERIES SF2 Nine Network 354,000 185,000 17,000 123,000 9,000 19,000

LIVE: NRL: SEMI FINAL WARRIORS V KNIGHTS FOX LEAGUE 255,000


https://tvtonight.com.au/2023/09/saturd ... -2023.html


Seven secures a massive +40% share, its biggest Saturday outside the World Cup and up four on the previous week. The AFL game that featured main channel coverage along the east coast did well for home cities Adelaide where it was the number one show and Sydney where almost 100k tuned in. The 750k preliminary audience compared to 747k last year.

Nine’s share was down six thanks to the afternoon scheduling of the NRL semi-final (and a one-sided game). The game was the top non-news program in Sydney and Brisbane but only drew 17k in Melbourne where it was on the main channel. The result compared to 562k in 2022 when it was the only sport in prime time.

The NRL proved to be a poor lead in for Nine News in Melbourne where the news was at a 2023 low (subject to adjustment for a late start). It also had an interesting impact on 10 News in Melbourne that posted one of it highest audiences of the year as Nine viewers sought an alternative. Nine’s primetime saw A Current Affair do well but NRLW miss the top 20.

https://forums.mediaspy.org/t/saturday- ... 23/23085/2
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Beaussie wrote: Sun Sep 17, 2023 10:25 am
Wow wee, yet another thumping win for the AFL over the NRL in the tv ratings.

Gee whiz, the Western Sydney Giants have proven to be more popular in Sydney (93,000), than the Storm in Melbourne (50,000) on Friday night. Channel 7 would be very happy, Channel 9 on the other hand… hmm…. eek.



SEVEN’S AFL: SATURDAY NIGHT FOOTBALL FINALS Seven Network 750,000 93,000 346,000 74,000 156,000 82,000

LIVE: AFL: SF PORT ADELAIDE V GWS FOX FOOTY 244,000



RUGBY LEAGUE FINAL SERIES SF2 Nine Network 354,000 185,000 17,000 123,000 9,000 19,000

LIVE: NRL: SEMI FINAL WARRIORS V KNIGHTS FOX LEAGUE 255,000


https://tvtonight.com.au/2023/09/saturd ... -2023.html


Seven secures a massive +40% share, its biggest Saturday outside the World Cup and up four on the previous week. The AFL game that featured main channel coverage along the east coast did well for home cities Adelaide where it was the number one show and Sydney where almost 100k tuned in. The 750k preliminary audience compared to 747k last year.

Nine’s share was down six thanks to the afternoon scheduling of the NRL semi-final (and a one-sided game). The game was the top non-news program in Sydney and Brisbane but only drew 17k in Melbourne where it was on the main channel. The result compared to 562k in 2022 when it was the only sport in prime time.

The NRL proved to be a poor lead in for Nine News in Melbourne where the news was at a 2023 low (subject to adjustment for a late start). It also had an interesting impact on 10 News in Melbourne that posted one of it highest audiences of the year as Nine viewers sought an alternative. Nine’s primetime saw A Current Affair do well but NRLW miss the top 20.

https://forums.mediaspy.org/t/saturday- ... 23/23085/2
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the NRL iced the fumbling game again yesterday as reported in the finals rating thread you dribbling wanker
2 mill to 1.440 mill ( international audiences added for both codes ) :cool:

the 93K watching the midgets in Sydney is gobsmackingly ......... pathetic
there was nothing else on .... no NRL ... no anything
a few Z grade movies & they... ALL ...outrated the midgets in Sydney
of 5.5 Million Sydneysiders , 5.4 million prefered to watch anything else ...

the Storm were up against the fumbles & stumbles on Friday night in Mongbourne
50K on FTA
50K on STV

wow ... amazing =D =D =D =D =D
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truthbomber wrote: Sun Sep 17, 2023 10:53 am
Beaussie wrote: Sun Sep 17, 2023 10:25 am
Wow wee, yet another thumping win for the AFL over the NRL in the tv ratings.

Gee whiz, the Western Sydney Giants have proven to be more popular in Sydney (93,000), than the Storm in Melbourne (50,000) on Friday night. Channel 7 would be very happy, Channel 9 on the other hand… hmm…. eek.



SEVEN’S AFL: SATURDAY NIGHT FOOTBALL FINALS Seven Network 750,000 93,000 346,000 74,000 156,000 82,000

LIVE: AFL: SF PORT ADELAIDE V GWS FOX FOOTY 244,000



RUGBY LEAGUE FINAL SERIES SF2 Nine Network 354,000 185,000 17,000 123,000 9,000 19,000

LIVE: NRL: SEMI FINAL WARRIORS V KNIGHTS FOX LEAGUE 255,000


https://tvtonight.com.au/2023/09/saturd ... -2023.html



Yep. Woulda been huge numbers in NZ for the Warriors. Last week they got 700k. Probably top 1M yesterday. A massive win for RL!!!!

Seven secures a massive +40% share, its biggest Saturday outside the World Cup and up four on the previous week. The AFL game that featured main channel coverage along the east coast did well for home cities Adelaide where it was the number one show and Sydney where almost 100k tuned in. The 750k preliminary audience compared to 747k last year.

Nine’s share was down six thanks to the afternoon scheduling of the NRL semi-final (and a one-sided game). The game was the top non-news program in Sydney and Brisbane but only drew 17k in Melbourne where it was on the main channel. The result compared to 562k in 2022 when it was the only sport in prime time.

The NRL proved to be a poor lead in for Nine News in Melbourne where the news was at a 2023 low (subject to adjustment for a late start). It also had an interesting impact on 10 News in Melbourne that posted one of it highest audiences of the year as Nine viewers sought an alternative. Nine’s primetime saw A Current Affair do well but NRLW miss the top 20.

https://forums.mediaspy.org/t/saturday- ... 23/23085/2
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the NRL iced the fumbling game again yesterday as reported in the finals rating thread you dribbling wanker
2 mill to 1.440 mill ( international audiences added for both codes ) :cool:

the 93K watching the midgets in Sydney is gobsmackingly ......... pathetic
there was nothing else on .... no NRL ... no anything
a few Z grade movies & they... ALL ...outrated the midgets in Sydney
of 5.5 Million Sydneysiders , 5.4 million prefered to watch anything else ...

the Storm were up against the fumbles & stumbles on Friday night in Mongbourne
50K on FTA
50K on STV

wow ... amazing =D =D =D =D =D
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Would be good if we could get the figures for fox for each city rather than just an ivers figure. They did this for a few games some time back - so they can do it - I wonder why they don’t?
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Fred wrote: Sun Sep 17, 2023 11:40 am
Would be good if we could get the figures for fox for each city rather than just an ivers figure. They did this for a few games some time back - so they can do it - I wonder why they don’t?
why fewddy ?
don't like derpballs silver medal ? :lol: :lol: :rofl: :rofl: :(/ :(/ :(/

I'd of thought even a clueless twit like you would be used to it by now :cool:
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Channel 7 is very happy with the AFL finals. Big increases in audiences across the country making Channel 7 the Number 1 network.

Australia’s Game continues to dominate.
AFL Finals fly high on Seven

The 2023 AFL Finals Series continues to score with viewers on the Seven Network, with the Friday and Saturday night Preliminary Finals reaching a combined 3.92 million viewers nationally.

Friday night’s Semi-Final between Melbourne and Carlton at the MCG was watched by 1.13 million broadcast viewers nationally and dominated its timeslot in all people, 25 to 54s and 16 to 39s.

The match was the #1 program of the week in 16 to 39s and scored the biggest AFL national audience this year. The average audience was up 83% on the 2023 regular season Friday night average audience and the game reached 2.59 million people nationally.

Melbourne’s audience soared 94% on the 2023 season to-date Friday night match average audience, Brisbane was up 92%, Sydney up 70%, Perth up 69% and Adelaide up 64%.

Seven was #1 in prime time on Friday night with a dominant 54.6% commercial audience share nationally in all people, 54.1% in 25 to 54s and 56.2% in 16 to 39s.

Saturday night’s high-stakes clash between Port Adelaide and GWS GIANTS scored an average of 1.01 million viewers. It was up 93% on the 2023 season to-date average Saturday night average, up 272% in Sydney, up 196% in Brisbane, up 90% in Adelaide, up 75% in Melbourne and 55% in Perth.

Seven’s live and free coverage of the GWS GIANTS’ victory over Port at Adelaide Oval was #1 in its timeslot in total people, 25 to 54s and 16 to 39s and reached 2.98 million people.

The Seven Network was #1 in prime time on Saturday with a 45.4% commercial audience share nationally in all people, 41.2% in 25 to 54s and 41.1% in 16 to 39s.

Seven’s AFL Finals coverage captured 71% of the overall AFL broadcast TV audience across the two games, including 72% of all viewers in regional Australia.

Seven’s AFL coverage helped power Seven to a dominant weekly win across the week ending 17 September, with an unrivalled 45.4% commercial share across all people nationally – marking Seven’s 10th week in a row as the most-watched network.

Seven Network is #1 nationally and in the capital cities so far in the OzTAM 2023 survey year, and #1 nationally in 25 to 54s and 16 to 39s.

And for the first time, the Seven Network is making the AFL Grand Final and the Brownlow Medal more accessible than ever before for fans, with both major events available live, free and exclusive across the screens of Seven including 7plus in 2023. The new streaming rights underscores Seven’s commitment to connect viewers with the nation’s biggest and best mass cultural moments.

https://forums.mediaspy.org/t/seven-afl ... e/376/8314
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Beaussie wrote: Mon Sep 18, 2023 9:11 pm
Channel 7 is very happy with the AFL finals. Big increases in audiences across the country making Channel 7 the Number 1 network.

Australia’s Game continues to dominate.
AFL Finals fly high on Seven

The 2023 AFL Finals Series continues to score with viewers on the Seven Network, with the Friday and Saturday night Preliminary Finals reaching a combined 3.92 million viewers nationally.

Friday night’s Semi-Final between Melbourne and Carlton at the MCG was watched by 1.13 million broadcast viewers nationally and dominated its timeslot in all people, 25 to 54s and 16 to 39s.

The match was the #1 program of the week in 16 to 39s and scored the biggest AFL national audience this year. The average audience was up 83% on the 2023 regular season Friday night average audience and the game reached 2.59 million people nationally.

Melbourne’s audience soared 94% on the 2023 season to-date Friday night match average audience, Brisbane was up 92%, Sydney up 70%, Perth up 69% and Adelaide up 64%.

Seven was #1 in prime time on Friday night with a dominant 54.6% commercial audience share nationally in all people, 54.1% in 25 to 54s and 56.2% in 16 to 39s.

Saturday night’s high-stakes clash between Port Adelaide and GWS GIANTS scored an average of 1.01 million viewers. It was up 93% on the 2023 season to-date average Saturday night average, up 272% in Sydney, up 196% in Brisbane, up 90% in Adelaide, up 75% in Melbourne and 55% in Perth.

Seven’s live and free coverage of the GWS GIANTS’ victory over Port at Adelaide Oval was #1 in its timeslot in total people, 25 to 54s and 16 to 39s and reached 2.98 million people.

The Seven Network was #1 in prime time on Saturday with a 45.4% commercial audience share nationally in all people, 41.2% in 25 to 54s and 41.1% in 16 to 39s.

Seven’s AFL Finals coverage captured 71% of the overall AFL broadcast TV audience across the two games, including 72% of all viewers in regional Australia.

Seven’s AFL coverage helped power Seven to a dominant weekly win across the week ending 17 September, with an unrivalled 45.4% commercial share across all people nationally – marking Seven’s 10th week in a row as the most-watched network.

Seven Network is #1 nationally and in the capital cities so far in the OzTAM 2023 survey year, and #1 nationally in 25 to 54s and 16 to 39s.

And for the first time, the Seven Network is making the AFL Grand Final and the Brownlow Medal more accessible than ever before for fans, with both major events available live, free and exclusive across the screens of Seven including 7plus in 2023. The new streaming rights underscores Seven’s commitment to connect viewers with the nation’s biggest and best mass cultural moments.

https://forums.mediaspy.org/t/seven-afl ... e/376/8314
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they're ..... happy are they ?

talk about polishing a turd
notice how this ...... propaganda .. release mentions .... NO ... comparisons with 2022 , not one
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gee

I wonder why :cool:
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down more then 2 million veiwers on 2022 & being hammered by the NRL


when international audiences are included :cool:
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oh &

only Bea Arthur would regurgitate that utter garbage article on here & only brainwashed mo%ng fumblers would swallow it :lol: :lol: :rofl: :rofl: :(/ :(/
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truthbomber wrote: Mon Sep 18, 2023 11:54 pm
Beaussie wrote: Mon Sep 18, 2023 9:11 pm
Channel 7 is very happy with the AFL finals. Big increases in audiences across the country making Channel 7 the Number 1 network.

Australia’s Game continues to dominate.
AFL Finals fly high on Seven

The 2023 AFL Finals Series continues to score with viewers on the Seven Network, with the Friday and Saturday night Preliminary Finals reaching a combined 3.92 million viewers nationally.

Friday night’s Semi-Final between Melbourne and Carlton at the MCG was watched by 1.13 million broadcast viewers nationally and dominated its timeslot in all people, 25 to 54s and 16 to 39s.

The match was the #1 program of the week in 16 to 39s and scored the biggest AFL national audience this year. The average audience was up 83% on the 2023 regular season Friday night average audience and the game reached 2.59 million people nationally.

Melbourne’s audience soared 94% on the 2023 season to-date Friday night match average audience, Brisbane was up 92%, Sydney up 70%, Perth up 69% and Adelaide up 64%.

Seven was #1 in prime time on Friday night with a dominant 54.6% commercial audience share nationally in all people, 54.1% in 25 to 54s and 56.2% in 16 to 39s.

Saturday night’s high-stakes clash between Port Adelaide and GWS GIANTS scored an average of 1.01 million viewers. It was up 93% on the 2023 season to-date average Saturday night average, up 272% in Sydney, up 196% in Brisbane, up 90% in Adelaide, up 75% in Melbourne and 55% in Perth.

Seven’s live and free coverage of the GWS GIANTS’ victory over Port at Adelaide Oval was #1 in its timeslot in total people, 25 to 54s and 16 to 39s and reached 2.98 million people.

The Seven Network was #1 in prime time on Saturday with a 45.4% commercial audience share nationally in all people, 41.2% in 25 to 54s and 41.1% in 16 to 39s.

Seven’s AFL Finals coverage captured 71% of the overall AFL broadcast TV audience across the two games, including 72% of all viewers in regional Australia.

Seven’s AFL coverage helped power Seven to a dominant weekly win across the week ending 17 September, with an unrivalled 45.4% commercial share across all people nationally – marking Seven’s 10th week in a row as the most-watched network.

Seven Network is #1 nationally and in the capital cities so far in the OzTAM 2023 survey year, and #1 nationally in 25 to 54s and 16 to 39s.

And for the first time, the Seven Network is making the AFL Grand Final and the Brownlow Medal more accessible than ever before for fans, with both major events available live, free and exclusive across the screens of Seven including 7plus in 2023. The new streaming rights underscores Seven’s commitment to connect viewers with the nation’s biggest and best mass cultural moments.

https://forums.mediaspy.org/t/seven-afl ... e/376/8314



they're ..... happy are they ?
You’re an idiot. Of course they’re happy being the number one tv network thanks to the AFL. No doubt feeling much better than how Channel 9 would be after viewing their disastrous tv ratings for NRL.
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