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baselinepanther wrote: Thu Oct 15, 2020 9:08 am
ill find the article
when?


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Be interesting to see how the NRL Melbourne vs Canberra preliminary final went tv ratings wise live on Channel 9 in Melbourne and up against the AFL preliminary final between Port Adelaide vs Richmond tonight.


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I can tell you Beau, the third try for Melbourne was the sealer imo and I switched back to the proper footy.


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NlolRL wrote: Fri Oct 16, 2020 8:37 pm
baselinepanther wrote: Thu Oct 15, 2020 9:08 am
ill find the article
when?
here dopey

this is what he wrote at the time , he brushes over it a bit here
but was on several TV shows at the time as well , & went into more detail about how it would affect the NRL ratings & it would be significant.
He was dead right. 4 Million potential viewers are affected.

https://www.smh.com.au/sport/nrl/the-nu ... z49kARKRvi


The NRL expects Nine's decision to partner with regional affiliate Southern Cross in regional Queensland, southern NSW and Victoria from July 1, to cause a drop off in regional viewership, and therefore have an impact on national viewer numbers in the annual bragging rights contest with the AFL.
Nine has severed its relationship with WIN where there is strong incumbency in NSW, owing to the channel being the initial news broadcaster into the region. This incumbency could see a drop off in southern NSW audience numbers for NRL, as viewers are asked to switch from their traditional channel preference to the weaker Southern Cross. Naturally, more avid NRL fans will switch channels, but fringe viewers may drop off.

The NRL anticipates a similar trend in regional Queensland although more moderate, owing to Queensland's preference for Prime. Northern NSW will remain on WIN, meaning it is unlikely to be affected.


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baselinepanther wrote: Sat Oct 17, 2020 10:08 am
NlolRL wrote: Fri Oct 16, 2020 8:37 pm
baselinepanther wrote: Thu Oct 15, 2020 9:08 am
ill find the article
when?
here dopey

this is what he wrote at the time , he brushes over it a bit here
but was on several TV shows at the time as well , & went into more detail about how it would affect the NRL ratings & it would be significant.
He was dead right. 4 Million potential viewers are affected.

https://www.smh.com.au/sport/nrl/the-nu ... z49kARKRvi


The NRL expects Nine's decision to partner with regional affiliate Southern Cross in regional Queensland, southern NSW and Victoria from July 1, to cause a drop off in regional viewership, and therefore have an impact on national viewer numbers in the annual bragging rights contest with the AFL.
Nine has severed its relationship with WIN where there is strong incumbency in NSW, owing to the channel being the initial news broadcaster into the region. This incumbency could see a drop off in southern NSW audience numbers for NRL, as viewers are asked to switch from their traditional channel preference to the weaker Southern Cross. Naturally, more avid NRL fans will switch channels, but fringe viewers may drop off.

The NRL anticipates a similar trend in regional Queensland although more moderate, owing to Queensland's preference for Prime. Northern NSW will remain on WIN, meaning it is unlikely to be affected.
yeah I guess that explains the drop off mirrored in the fucking metro ratings areas too. Dumbass.
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baselinepanther wrote: Sat Oct 17, 2020 10:08 am
NlolRL wrote: Fri Oct 16, 2020 8:37 pm
baselinepanther wrote: Thu Oct 15, 2020 9:08 am
ill find the article
when?
here dopey

this is what he wrote at the time , he brushes over it a bit here
but was on several TV shows at the time as well , & went into more detail about how it would affect the NRL ratings & it would be significant.
He was dead right. 4 Million potential viewers are affected.

https://www.smh.com.au/sport/nrl/the-nu ... z49kARKRvi


The NRL expects Nine's decision to partner with regional affiliate Southern Cross in regional Queensland, southern NSW and Victoria from July 1, to cause a drop off in regional viewership, and therefore have an impact on national viewer numbers in the annual bragging rights contest with the AFL.
Nine has severed its relationship with WIN where there is strong incumbency in NSW, owing to the channel being the initial news broadcaster into the region. This incumbency could see a drop off in southern NSW audience numbers for NRL, as viewers are asked to switch from their traditional channel preference to the weaker Southern Cross. Naturally, more avid NRL fans will switch channels, but fringe viewers may drop off.

The NRL anticipates a similar trend in regional Queensland although more moderate, owing to Queensland's preference for Prime. Northern NSW will remain on WIN, meaning it is unlikely to be affected.
the article says there MAY be a drop in FRINGE regional viewers because they are asked to switch channels from WIN to southern cross......... :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

1. It doesnt say anything about the ratings being incorrectly counted. The audience is the audience. If regional viewers wont even change channels to watch the NRL then they obviously dont care about RL

2. it says the fringe viewers may drop of. Are you trying to tell me 50% of your regional audience were fringe viewers? :lol:

3. Perth and on occasion Adelaide also changed channels from 7 to 7mate for the AFL which has resulted in a drop in viewers. Funny how you ignore this :lol:

Bottom line, regional ratings are correctly counted, there's just less people watching the NRL. If they cant figure out how to change the TV station maybe they need a tutorial.

Comedy gold Dave, cheers :(/


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The_Wookie wrote: Sat Oct 17, 2020 10:14 am
baselinepanther wrote: Sat Oct 17, 2020 10:08 am
NlolRL wrote: Fri Oct 16, 2020 8:37 pm

when?
here dopey

this is what he wrote at the time , he brushes over it a bit here
but was on several TV shows at the time as well , & went into more detail about how it would affect the NRL ratings & it would be significant.
He was dead right. 4 Million potential viewers are affected.

https://www.smh.com.au/sport/nrl/the-nu ... z49kARKRvi


The NRL expects Nine's decision to partner with regional affiliate Southern Cross in regional Queensland, southern NSW and Victoria from July 1, to cause a drop off in regional viewership, and therefore have an impact on national viewer numbers in the annual bragging rights contest with the AFL.
Nine has severed its relationship with WIN where there is strong incumbency in NSW, owing to the channel being the initial news broadcaster into the region. This incumbency could see a drop off in southern NSW audience numbers for NRL, as viewers are asked to switch from their traditional channel preference to the weaker Southern Cross. Naturally, more avid NRL fans will switch channels, but fringe viewers may drop off.

The NRL anticipates a similar trend in regional Queensland although more moderate, owing to Queensland's preference for Prime. Northern NSW will remain on WIN, meaning it is unlikely to be affected.
yeah I guess that explains the drop off mirrored in the fucking metro ratings areas too. Dumbass.
my my .. what a potty mouth :lol:

there are lots of factors that may .. may .. explain metro
these are so much less at play in the country areas of across the country its not funny , RL is hugely popular , its massive in regional NSW ACT QLD.. therefore .. the above can be the only plausible reason. :cool:


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NlolRL wrote: Sat Oct 17, 2020 10:33 am
baselinepanther wrote: Sat Oct 17, 2020 10:08 am
NlolRL wrote: Fri Oct 16, 2020 8:37 pm

when?
here dopey

this is what he wrote at the time , he brushes over it a bit here
but was on several TV shows at the time as well , & went into more detail about how it would affect the NRL ratings & it would be significant.
He was dead right. 4 Million potential viewers are affected.

https://www.smh.com.au/sport/nrl/the-nu ... z49kARKRvi


The NRL expects Nine's decision to partner with regional affiliate Southern Cross in regional Queensland, southern NSW and Victoria from July 1, to cause a drop off in regional viewership, and therefore have an impact on national viewer numbers in the annual bragging rights contest with the AFL.
Nine has severed its relationship with WIN where there is strong incumbency in NSW, owing to the channel being the initial news broadcaster into the region. This incumbency could see a drop off in southern NSW audience numbers for NRL, as viewers are asked to switch from their traditional channel preference to the weaker Southern Cross. Naturally, more avid NRL fans will switch channels, but fringe viewers may drop off.

The NRL anticipates a similar trend in regional Queensland although more moderate, owing to Queensland's preference for Prime. Northern NSW will remain on WIN, meaning it is unlikely to be affected.
the article says there MAY be a drop in FRINGE regional viewers because they are asked to switch channels from WIN to southern cross......... :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

1. It doesnt say anything about the ratings being incorrectly counted. The audience is the audience. If regional viewers wont even change channels to watch the NRL then they obviously dont care about RL

2. it says the fringe viewers may drop of. Are you trying to tell me 50% of your regional audience were fringe viewers? :lol:

3. Perth and on occasion Adelaide also changed channels from 7 to 7mate for the AFL which has resulted in a drop in viewers. Funny how you ignore this :lol:

Bottom line, regional ratings are correctly counted, there's just less people watching the NRL. If they cant figure out how to change the TV station maybe they need a tutorial.

Comedy gold Dave, cheers :(/
May , has turned into ... absolutely
as Masters said it would

count our regionals properly
we don't lose ... ever

and anyway
we only have to go back 2 years to 2018 when the NRL , the comp not the code , outrated the AFL even with dodgey NRL regionals & less games :(/ :rofl:
It won't be long before the NRL will be back there doin that again. :\: :\: :\:


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NlolRL wrote: Sat Oct 17, 2020 10:33 am
baselinepanther wrote: Sat Oct 17, 2020 10:08 am
NlolRL wrote: Fri Oct 16, 2020 8:37 pm

when?
here dopey

this is what he wrote at the time , he brushes over it a bit here
but was on several TV shows at the time as well , & went into more detail about how it would affect the NRL ratings & it would be significant.
He was dead right. 4 Million potential viewers are affected.

https://www.smh.com.au/sport/nrl/the-nu ... z49kARKRvi


The NRL expects Nine's decision to partner with regional affiliate Southern Cross in regional Queensland, southern NSW and Victoria from July 1, to cause a drop off in regional viewership, and therefore have an impact on national viewer numbers in the annual bragging rights contest with the AFL.
Nine has severed its relationship with WIN where there is strong incumbency in NSW, owing to the channel being the initial news broadcaster into the region. This incumbency could see a drop off in southern NSW audience numbers for NRL, as viewers are asked to switch from their traditional channel preference to the weaker Southern Cross. Naturally, more avid NRL fans will switch channels, but fringe viewers may drop off.

The NRL anticipates a similar trend in regional Queensland although more moderate, owing to Queensland's preference for Prime. Northern NSW will remain on WIN, meaning it is unlikely to be affected.
the article says there MAY be a drop in FRINGE regional viewers because they are asked to switch channels from WIN to southern cross......... :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

1. It doesnt say anything about the ratings being incorrectly counted. The audience is the audience. If regional viewers wont even change channels to watch the NRL then they obviously dont care about RL

2. it says the fringe viewers may drop of. Are you trying to tell me 50% of your regional audience were fringe viewers? :lol:

3. Perth and on occasion Adelaide also changed channels from 7 to 7mate for the AFL which has resulted in a drop in viewers. Funny how you ignore this :lol:

Bottom line, regional ratings are correctly counted, there's just less people watching the NRL. If they cant figure out how to change the TV station maybe they need a tutorial.

Comedy gold Dave, cheers :(/

who the F is Dave :hmm:


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FRIDAY NIGHT FINALS FOOTY ON NINE

1ST PRELIMINARY FINAL – STORM vs RAIDERS



2.531 million people tuned into the 1st Preliminary Final on Nine’s Friday Night Finals Footy coverage, LIVE on Nine and 9GEM (National cume reach)


Total reach of 2.531 million people is an increase of 14% over the corresponding Preliminary Final year-on-year


Nine National peak audience: 1.165 million
5 City: 709,000 / Regional: 456,000


Nine National average audience: 891,000
(5 City: 550,000 / Regional: 341,000)


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baselinepanther wrote: Sat Oct 17, 2020 10:55 am
May , has turned into ... absolutely
as Masters said it would

count our regionals properly
we don't lose ... ever

and anyway
we only have to go back 2 years to 2018 when the NRL , the comp not the code , outrated the AFL even with dodgey NRL regionals & less games :(/ :rofl:
It won't be long before the NRL will be back there doin that again. :\: :\: :\:
you obvisouly cant read. The article claimed the NRL's fringe audience may not change channels from WIN to SC. The ratings are counted correctly and unfortunately some viewers havent bothered to change channels from WIN to SC. AFL is the same in Perth where some viewers didnt change from 7 to 7 mate.

It is what it is. These are the number of viewers


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Port Adelaide v Richmond 1,723,000
Seven 1,386,000 (Metro 1,087,000 Regional 299,000)
Fox Footy 337,000

NRL Preliminary Final
Storm v Raiders 1,224,000
Nine 891,000 (Metro 550,000 Regional 341,000)
Fox League 333,000

500k win by the AFL. Must be all those fringe regional viewers stuck on WIN


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NlolRL wrote: Sat Oct 17, 2020 11:18 am Port Adelaide v Richmond 1,723,000
Seven 1,386,000 (Metro 1,087,000 Regional 299,000)
Fox Footy 337,000

NRL Preliminary Final
Storm v Raiders 1,224,000
Nine 891,000 (Metro 550,000 Regional 341,000)
Fox League 333,000

500k win by the AFL. Must be all those fringe regional viewers stuck on WIN
hmmmmm

AFL .. no regional team playing , no qld or nsw team either
3 million potential viewers in their heartland states
299K viewers

NRL .. 1 regional team playing
6 million potential viewers in their heartland states
341K viewers


:hmm: :-k 8-[


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baselinepanther wrote: Sat Oct 17, 2020 10:55 am
NlolRL wrote: Sat Oct 17, 2020 10:33 am
baselinepanther wrote: Sat Oct 17, 2020 10:08 am

here dopey

this is what he wrote at the time , he brushes over it a bit here
but was on several TV shows at the time as well , & went into more detail about how it would affect the NRL ratings & it would be significant.
He was dead right. 4 Million potential viewers are affected.

https://www.smh.com.au/sport/nrl/the-nu ... z49kARKRvi


The NRL expects Nine's decision to partner with regional affiliate Southern Cross in regional Queensland, southern NSW and Victoria from July 1, to cause a drop off in regional viewership, and therefore have an impact on national viewer numbers in the annual bragging rights contest with the AFL.
Nine has severed its relationship with WIN where there is strong incumbency in NSW, owing to the channel being the initial news broadcaster into the region. This incumbency could see a drop off in southern NSW audience numbers for NRL, as viewers are asked to switch from their traditional channel preference to the weaker Southern Cross. Naturally, more avid NRL fans will switch channels, but fringe viewers may drop off.

The NRL anticipates a similar trend in regional Queensland although more moderate, owing to Queensland's preference for Prime. Northern NSW will remain on WIN, meaning it is unlikely to be affected.
the article says there MAY be a drop in FRINGE regional viewers because they are asked to switch channels from WIN to southern cross......... :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

1. It doesnt say anything about the ratings being incorrectly counted. The audience is the audience. If regional viewers wont even change channels to watch the NRL then they obviously dont care about RL

2. it says the fringe viewers may drop of. Are you trying to tell me 50% of your regional audience were fringe viewers? :lol:

3. Perth and on occasion Adelaide also changed channels from 7 to 7mate for the AFL which has resulted in a drop in viewers. Funny how you ignore this :lol:

Bottom line, regional ratings are correctly counted, there's just less people watching the NRL. If they cant figure out how to change the TV station maybe they need a tutorial.

Comedy gold Dave, cheers :(/
May , has turned into ... absolutely
as Masters said it would

count our regionals properly
we don't lose ... ever

and anyway
we only have to go back 2 years to 2018 when the NRL , the comp not the code , outrated the AFL even with dodgey NRL regionals & less games :(/ :rofl:
It won't be long before the NRL will be back there doin that again. :\: :\: :\:
If people aren’t watching they’re not watching. Doesn’t say anything about reach being reduced... just a change of channel. If afl is shown on abc it will result in a reduction of viewers, sans as 7mate... but regardless... the ratings are still the rating reflecting how many watching. It not like the change in channel means more people are watching but just not counted. So your own article shows you’re wrong Terry.


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NlolRL wrote: Sat Oct 17, 2020 11:18 am Port Adelaide v Richmond 1,723,000
Seven 1,386,000 (Metro 1,087,000 Regional 299,000)
Fox Footy 337,000

NRL Preliminary Final
Storm v Raiders 1,224,000
Nine 891,000 (Metro 550,000 Regional 341,000)
Fox League 333,000

500k win by the AFL. Must be all those fringe regional viewers stuck on WIN

Wait for the excuses or but buts


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