Fight Club - Football TV Ratings

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Don't get me wrong leaguers. [-X
I honestly thought it was the best version of league I've seen.
The high scoring, heaps of open play and a tonne of running with what seemed to me like allot more foot work.
More like AFL really. =P~
And a vast improvment on 13's.
A shame the games were only 20 min presumably due to player fitness. :shock:
Either way, a super short form.imo =D
And this is why Aflx was doomed from the start, as we all know, you can't improve perfection. :cheers:

But, with viewers possibly being counted up to 28 times (presumably all games were broadcast) I feel its popularity based on the ratings is grossly overstated. [-(

And crap, from what I can tell, looking back at the thread, it seems aflx was rated as a single broadcast.
"Magic round" accounting looks to be a speciality reserved exclusively for RL. [-X


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remembering the games on the saturday did not start until Mid-day and ran until after 9:30pm final game.



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SportCapital wrote:
Mon Oct 28, 2019 7:24 am
Don't get me wrong leaguers. [-X
I honestly thought it was the best version of league I've seen.
The high scoring, heaps of open play and a tonne of running with what seemed to me like allot more foot work.
More like AFL really. =P~
And a vast improvment on 13's.
A shame the games were only 20 min presumably due to player fitness. :shock:
Either way, a super short form.imo =D
And this is why Aflx was doomed from the start, as we all know, you can't improve perfection. :cheers:

But, with viewers possibly being counted up to 28 times (presumably all games were broadcast) I feel its popularity based on the ratings is grossly overstated. [-(

And crap, from what I can tell, looking back at the thread, it seems aflx was rated as a single broadcast.
"Magic round" accounting looks to be a speciality reserved exclusively for RL. [-X
Ah Pal...........you're definition of 'perfection' is ummmmm...........flawed lololololololol!!!!!!!!!!

And as to the ratings: we are only quoting from the official sources as has been repeatedly stated. If you have an issue take it up with mediaweek, TV blackbox, Kevin Perry, Oztam and RegionalTam.

RL folk here just re-post the facts.



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Seven’s bold plan to tackle NRL rights
New Seven Network boss James Warburton is gearing up to make a serious play for NRL broadcasting rights.

First Ch10 have come out Hard saying they want NRL

Now Ch 7 are gearing themselves to make a play.

https://www.theaustralian.com.au/busine ... 530669f998



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Hope so
Fuck ch 9


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leeroy*NRL* wrote:
Mon Oct 28, 2019 1:54 pm
Seven’s bold plan to tackle NRL rights
New Seven Network boss James Warburton is gearing up to make a serious play for NRL broadcasting rights.

First Ch10 have come out Hard saying they want NRL

Now Ch 7 are gearing themselves to make a play.

https://www.theaustralian.com.au/busine ... 530669f998
Nrl and it’s pathetic fan base going out prematurely like usual :lol:



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no, lots of NRL fans just do not want Channel 9 to have the rights.

it is welcoming news that channel 10 and 7 want in

(now grow up you fool)



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Lol
So a post with a link to to the ch 7 boss stating he was interested is apparently RL fans going off prematurely .


Reality & VI are not in the same universe .


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As of November 5th, Kayo had 402,000 paying subcribers. On September 30th, Foxtel had total subcribers of 3.065m - up 6% on the previous year including 430,000 on Kayop (365,000 paying) and 385,000 on Foxtel Now.



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From the SMH
It's Roy so the fumblers will froth & foam .
Yet he quotes sportsindustry figures .
GOLD
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GOLD ..RL


FTA ratings are in decline worldwide as people watch myriad other entertainment options on a range of devices. Sport and reality TV are the only guaranteed ratings winners. Channel Nine, the owners of this masthead, had nine of TV’s top 10 programs this year and four were rugby league, allowing Nine to reclaim the crown as No.1 network after 12 years. The AFL grand final on Seven was the only exception.


NRL finished 2019 ahead of AFL on FTA and Fox, even before the end-of-season Test matches. According to sportsindustry, an Adelaide-based app that tracks sports viewership, rugby league had 116.23 million viewers on Nine and Fox at an average of 490,000 per match, while AFL was 111.9m on Seven and Fox at an average of 419,000.

Fox would not exist without the NRL. When AFL and NRL Fox figures are combined, sportsindustry says Collingwood is the AFL’s top-rating club in rank 13 "with 12 NRL teams above it". It continues: "Every other AFL team has an average lower than the lowest rating NRL team – Gold Coast."

Overall, AFL consumes more hours (277.9m), compared to the NRL (190m), but rugby league is the most valuable sport in Australia....by half and not quarters.


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Looks like NRL won year again.



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Yep year upon year we smash the afL

Gold
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Drum roll please
2019 winners
Most watched sport ....RL
Highest rating game ....RL

Let the but but buts begin


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AFLcrap1 wrote:
Tue Dec 31, 2019 2:11 pm
Drum roll please
2019 winners
Most watched sport ....RL
Highest rating game ....RL

Let the but but buts begin
Another great year for the good 'ol girl Rugby League. Most watched sport in Australia......by a massive margin. Four of the top Five rating TV shows of the year.............clearly Australia's ratings juggernaught!!!

Good luck to all the runners up......The Australian Fumbling League, Aleague, cricket, Rugby etc etc etc. Better luck next year but is suspect RL will once again reign supreme!!!!!
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Australia’s love of footy clear to see:

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"One in every 24 Australians is now a member of an AFL club, a sign that the national reach of Australian football has never been greater," League CEO Gillon McLachlan said.

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