Rugby League continues to Lead The Way!

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pussycat wrote: Fri Aug 21, 2020 1:33 pm
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based on last two days releases - and a grand total of 8 matches - AFL ratings on Kayo/Fox Now/Fox Go are about 52% of its overall Fox ratings. Its 38% for the NRL. Not really enough data to be conclusive though. Data: https://theage.com.au/sport/afl/footy-f ... 55nxu.html and https://adnews.com.au/news/foxtel-wins- ... of-the-nrl


So fox ratings between AFL and NRL are probably closer than the ratings only suggest. AFL fans seem to have adopted Kayo over fox at a greater proportion
You need to re read the article , your STV, despite the lockdowns and prime time viewing is up just 10 % .

Sounded like Fox were using cumulative numbers, would this be right :hmm:
you need to understand my post. I'm talking out proportion of KAYO ratings compared to fox for each code. The article suggests the AFL has a higher proportion of kayo ratings


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1 to 2 is a 100% increase though you've added just one subsrcriber.


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pussycat wrote: Sat Aug 22, 2020 10:51 am 1 to 2 is a 100% increase though you've added just one subsrcriber.
WTF are you on about?


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NlolRL wrote: Sat Aug 22, 2020 10:29 am
pussycat wrote: Fri Aug 21, 2020 1:33 pm
NlolRL wrote: Fri Aug 21, 2020 1:15 pm sportsindustry
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based on last two days releases - and a grand total of 8 matches - AFL ratings on Kayo/Fox Now/Fox Go are about 52% of its overall Fox ratings. Its 38% for the NRL. Not really enough data to be conclusive though. Data: https://theage.com.au/sport/afl/footy-f ... 55nxu.html and https://adnews.com.au/news/foxtel-wins- ... of-the-nrl


So fox ratings between AFL and NRL are probably closer than the ratings only suggest. AFL fans seem to have adopted Kayo over fox at a greater proportion
You need to re read the article , your STV, despite the lockdowns and prime time viewing is up just 10 % .

Sounded like Fox were using cumulative numbers, would this be right :hmm:
you need to understand my post. I'm talking out proportion of KAYO ratings compared to fox for each code. The article suggests the AFL has a higher proportion of kayo ratings
do you maybe think Melbourne punters took up Streaming services like no tomorrow due to the face you guys are in lock down
and have had huge restrictions since basically end of March..
which is contributing to AFL's Big rise

Seven West Media and FOX seem to think so..


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Is what it is


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leeroy*NRL* wrote: Sun Aug 23, 2020 3:03 pm
NlolRL wrote: Sat Aug 22, 2020 10:29 am
pussycat wrote: Fri Aug 21, 2020 1:33 pm

You need to re read the article , your STV, despite the lockdowns and prime time viewing is up just 10 % .

Sounded like Fox were using cumulative numbers, would this be right :hmm:
you need to understand my post. I'm talking out proportion of KAYO ratings compared to fox for each code. The article suggests the AFL has a higher proportion of kayo ratings
do you maybe think Melbourne punters took up Streaming services like no tomorrow due to the face you guys are in lock down
and have had huge restrictions since basically end of March..
which is contributing to AFL's Big rise

Seven West Media and FOX seem to think so..
point is they are taking up kayo in larger proportions than fox. Therefore we compare cummulative ratings for the season, which are BS anyway, the AFL is missing a substantial tally of viewers. The other point is a comparison of foxtel ratings only are not a fair comparison


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NlolRL wrote: Mon Aug 24, 2020 11:12 am
leeroy*NRL* wrote: Sun Aug 23, 2020 3:03 pm
NlolRL wrote: Sat Aug 22, 2020 10:29 am you need to understand my post. I'm talking out proportion of KAYO ratings compared to fox for each code. The article suggests the AFL has a higher proportion of kayo ratings
do you maybe think Melbourne punters took up Streaming services like no tomorrow due to the face you guys are in lock down
and have had huge restrictions since basically end of March..
which is contributing to AFL's Big rise

Seven West Media and FOX seem to think so..
point is they are taking up kayo in larger proportions than fox. Therefore we compare cummulative ratings for the season, which are BS anyway, the AFL is missing a substantial tally of viewers. The other point is a comparison of foxtel ratings only are not a fair comparison
this winter yes maybe more AFL punters have joined KAYO
i have no doubt this is because of Lock down and no attendance to matches.

the figures are all pointing to massive upwards trend in melbourne this season.
you only have to put two and two together to know why

while this could be a good thing punters may still hold on to streaming going forward
which they may have not held on to if this did not occur.


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A nice family day out at the local Rugby league turns a bit stabby stabby.


Two people in a serious condition after alleged stabbing during brawl at Sydney rugby league match


https://amp.abc.net.au/article/12539396


Rugby League, leading the way in match day stabbings.


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It’s those socially uppwardly mobile supporters they get lol


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And now a Rugby league coach brutally assaulting a 12 year old.
A 12 year old for Christ sake, WTF!

https://amp.dailytelegraph.com.au/newsl ... 0ffcaa44c8

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FFS, this code is a disgrace....
Check out the FW #12 at the end fishing for a punch on with anyone who'll go him. What a tow rag!

Shocking Rugby league brawl caught on camera.


https://www.couriermail.com.au/sport/nr ... 45bbd21541


Rugby League, leading the way in match day brawls.


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NRL announced last week that there would be no Internationals this year for Australia due to covid.

NZ Series with Tonga is also looking unlikely due to no crowds aloud.


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NRL announced last week that there would be no Internationals this year for Australia due to covid.

NZ Series with Tonga is also looking unlikely due to no crowds aloud.


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WOW!

Michael Jordan-style doco to reveal secret world of State of Origin

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October 18, 2020 — 12.00am



State of Origin might be driven by hate but, in an act of rare co-operation, the states are coming together to provide rugby league with its Michael Jordan moment. And the man driving it is Today host Karl Stefanovic.

For the past few months, Stefanovic has been working on the concept of a behind-the-scenes documentary featuring the Origin teams. Late last week, with the support of NSW Rugby League chairman George Peponis and his Queensland counterpart, Bruce Hatcher, a deal was struck for the project to go ahead.



Streaming company Stan – which is owned by Nine Entertainment Co, owners of this masthead – has backed the concept and it will be shot with the blessing of both states. In 1997, a documentary crew followed Jordan and the Chicago Bulls as they went for their sixth NBA title in eight seasons. The result, The Last Dance, was one of the most watched and talked about sporting documentaries of all time.

“I don’t know who the Michael Jordan will be ... Wayne Bennett or Brad Fittler ... I do have to say that I am excited,” Stefanovic said. “The support of both NSW and Queensland is so important and I hope we can produce a product that is worthy of State of Origin – which is the best sporting product we have in this country.

"The idea is to be with the teams in this unique year where they are in a bubble and take rugby league fans to places they have not been. It’s a chance to see how the magic happens. It will be great for the sport and great for the fans and the sponsors.

"We have seen The Test on Amazon [about the Australian cricket team’s recovery from the ball-tampering scandal] and that was very good and now we can see this in league.’’


The way that Peter V’landys has backed the concept is just great ... as has Andrew Abdo.
Karl Stefanovic
Stefanovic and Richard Weinberg are the executive producers and production house CJZ will be in charge of the project. CJZ is Australia’s largest locally owned production house and has Bondi Rescue, Gruen and countless other programs to its credit.

“The way that [ARL Commission chairman] Peter V’landys has backed the concept is just great ... as has [chief executive] Andrew Abdo,’’ Stefanovic said. ‘‘They know the good that this can do for the game here and hopefully internationally as well.”


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I think Collingwood have or where thinking the same - one of the American Channels - possibly ESPN were talking to McGuire about it, would be great to see the Origin one.


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