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Re: Cricket World Cup 2015 Tv Ratings & Crowds

Post by leagueiscrap » Wed Mar 11, 2015 7:12 am

AFLcrap1 wrote:Lol .

Just like it's taking over .

How's that going ..
Ratings diving .
Crowds dropping .
Lol
The story of the NRL for the last two years!!


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Re: Cricket World Cup 2015 Tv Ratings & Crowds

Post by AFLcrap1 » Wed Mar 11, 2015 5:31 pm

Lol
Poor dumbo .
How can someone be so wrong all the time .



The game also benefited from a record number of club memberships, a rise in ticket prices and increase in crowd figures, and a spike in participation largely fuelled by the decision to merge with touch football.

The latest figures put the NRL well ahead of schedule after revealing last year that it was hoping to achieve a central revenue target of $300m by 2017.

While the AFL is still ahead on revenues, it is understood the NRL is closing the gap and heading towards a strong position for the next broadcast rights deal when the current arrangement finishes at the end of 2017.

It is believed half of the net profit will be put towards a sustainability fund which already has $50m as a financial buffer for the code.

The NRL announced last year it hoped to have $80m in savings by the end of 2017.

Last year’s net profit figure of $50m is around the same as 2013 — it was $49.6 million in 2014 — and could have been higher but expenditure also increased.

In 2013 the game outlaid $265m and it is believed that figure swelled last year to $295m due to a number of factors including an increase in club funding and development, more funds for state leagues and affiliates, and the addition of senior management positions at Rugby League Central.

http://www.theaustralian.com.au/spor...-1227236247576


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Re: Cricket World Cup 2015 Tv Ratings & Crowds

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Re: Cricket World Cup 2015 Tv Ratings & Crowds

Post by leeroy*NRL* » Sat Mar 21, 2015 11:03 am

Fri STV #CWC #AUSvPAK #FoxSports Session 1: 193k Session 2: 244k
FriTV #CWC #AUSvPAK Nine Sess 1: 528k (Syd 156k Mel 165k Bri 97k Ade 63k Per 46k METRO ONLY
Sess 2: 919k (Syd 226k Mel 326k Bri 162k Ade 106k Per 99k) METRO ONLY



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Re: Cricket World Cup 2015 Tv Ratings & Crowds

Post by NlolRL » Sat Mar 21, 2015 12:23 pm

leeroy*NRL* wrote:Fri STV #CWC #AUSvPAK #FoxSports Session 1: 193k Session 2: 244k
FriTV #CWC #AUSvPAK Nine Sess 1: 528k (Syd 156k Mel 165k Bri 97k Ade 63k Per 46k METRO ONLY
Sess 2: 919k (Syd 226k Mel 326k Bri 162k Ade 106k Per 99k) METRO ONLY
anyone wanna debate how much prime time telecasts boost ratings?

Imagine if the AFL GF was shown in prime time



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Re: Cricket World Cup 2015 Tv Ratings & Crowds

Post by leagueiscrap » Sat Mar 21, 2015 12:49 pm

NlolRL wrote:
leeroy*NRL* wrote:Fri STV #CWC #AUSvPAK #FoxSports Session 1: 193k Session 2: 244k
FriTV #CWC #AUSvPAK Nine Sess 1: 528k (Syd 156k Mel 165k Bri 97k Ade 63k Per 46k METRO ONLY
Sess 2: 919k (Syd 226k Mel 326k Bri 162k Ade 106k Per 99k) METRO ONLY
anyone wanna debate how much prime time telecasts boost ratings?

Imagine if the AFL GF was shown in prime time
the NRL mob don't like debating that
evening/ twilight GF on a Sunday Nite like the NRLOL's
the sooner the better. change the public holiday from the Friday to the Monday


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Re: Cricket World Cup 2015 Tv Ratings & Crowds

Post by leagueiscrap » Sat Mar 21, 2015 12:53 pm

AFLcrap1 wrote:Lol
Poor dumbo .
How can someone be so wrong all the time .



The game also benefited from a record number of club memberships, a rise in ticket prices and increase in crowd figures, and a spike in participation largely fuelled by the decision to merge with touch football.

The latest figures put the NRL well ahead of schedule after revealing last year that it was hoping to achieve a central revenue target of $300m by 2017.

While the AFL is still ahead on revenues, it is understood the NRL is closing the gap and heading towards a strong position for the next broadcast rights deal when the current arrangement finishes at the end of 2017.

It is believed half of the net profit will be put towards a sustainability fund which already has $50m as a financial buffer for the code.

The NRL announced last year it hoped to have $80m in savings by the end of 2017.

Last year’s net profit figure of $50m is around the same as 2013 — it was $49.6 million in 2014 — and could have been higher but expenditure also increased.

In 2013 the game outlaid $265m and it is believed that figure swelled last year to $295m due to a number of factors including an increase in club funding and development, more funds for state leagues and affiliates, and the addition of senior management positions at Rugby League Central.

http://www.theaustralian.com.au/spor...-1227236247576
revenue is only up is thanks to the back of the broardcast deal.
you stil trail the Aleague & union in non broard cast revenue.
ratings are down two years in a row
http://www.dailytelegraph.com.au/sport/ ... 6855693237

the shit tank of a comp called the NRL is going nowhere except
coles2.jpg
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H&A crowds are as well. that after David Smith has made it loud and clear crowds need to rise
http://afltables.com/rl/crowds/summary.html


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Re: Cricket World Cup 2015 Tv Ratings & Crowds

Post by AFLcrap1 » Sat Mar 21, 2015 1:00 pm

How can someone be so wrong continuously .
You need help .
Your claim about non broadcast revenue is wrong .


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Re: Cricket World Cup 2015 Tv Ratings & Crowds

Post by The_Wookie » Sat Mar 21, 2015 7:17 pm

leagueiscrap wrote: revenue is only up is thanks to the back of the broardcast deal.
you stil trail the Aleague & union in non broard cast revenue.
ratings are down two years in a row
http://www.dailytelegraph.com.au/sport/ ... 6855693237

the shit tank of a comp called the NRL is going nowhere except
coles2.jpg
H&A crowds are as well. that after David Smith has made it loud and clear crowds need to rise
http://afltables.com/rl/crowds/summary.html
Bullshit. Revenue increases this year were mainly driven by non broadcast sources - primarily ticket price increases at Origin and FInals. Non broadcast revenue jumped 20 million to 119 million, broadcast revenue rose 4 million. FFA total revenue was only 136 million, so not going to be behind there. Union might be close, revenue should come in at around 145 million - 150 million with only 25 million in tv revenue last year.

Slow start to the season in some respects can be easily attributed to the World Cup by any fair minded individual - not to mention its only round 3, and the gap is about 20,000 - or one decent match crowd.

Your a fucking idiot.


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Re: Cricket World Cup 2015 Tv Ratings & Crowds

Post by AFLcrap1 » Sat Mar 21, 2015 7:29 pm

The_Wookie wrote:
leagueiscrap wrote: revenue is only up is thanks to the back of the broardcast deal.
you stil trail the Aleague & union in non broard cast revenue.
ratings are down two years in a row
http://www.dailytelegraph.com.au/sport/ ... 6855693237

the shit tank of a comp called the NRL is going nowhere except
coles2.jpg
H&A crowds are as well. that after David Smith has made it loud and clear crowds need to rise
http://afltables.com/rl/crowds/summary.html
Bullshit. Revenue increases this year were mainly driven by non broadcast sources - primarily ticket price increases at Origin and FInals. Non broadcast revenue jumped 20 million to 119 million, broadcast revenue rose 4 million. FFA total revenue was only 136 million, so not going to be behind there. Union might be close, revenue should come in at around 145 million - 150 million with only 25 million in tv revenue last year.

Slow start to the season in some respects can be easily attributed to the World Cup by any fair minded individual - not to mention its only round 3, and the gap is about 20,000 - or one decent match crowd.

Your a fucking idiot.
You've told him this before about the revenue ,yet he just ignores it & keeps posting the same crap over & over .


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Re: Cricket World Cup 2015 Tv Ratings & Crowds

Post by Raiderdave » Sun Mar 22, 2015 9:19 pm

NlolRL wrote:
leeroy*NRL* wrote:Fri STV #CWC #AUSvPAK #FoxSports Session 1: 193k Session 2: 244k
FriTV #CWC #AUSvPAK Nine Sess 1: 528k (Syd 156k Mel 165k Bri 97k Ade 63k Per 46k METRO ONLY
Sess 2: 919k (Syd 226k Mel 326k Bri 162k Ade 106k Per 99k) METRO ONLY

Imagine if the AFL GF was shown in prime time
hmmmm
nothing

it'd still be 4th/5th.. behind 3/4 RL games LOL ... ha ha ha


RL SOO II 4.194 Million veiwers
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Sookerwhos V Japan 238K :lol:

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Post by The_Wookie » Sun Mar 22, 2015 11:46 pm

Sure it would be raider. sure it would be.


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Re: Cricket World Cup 2015 Tv Ratings & Crowds

Post by leagueiscrap » Mon Mar 23, 2015 2:07 am

The_Wookie wrote:
leagueiscrap wrote: revenue is only up is thanks to the back of the broardcast deal.
you stil trail the Aleague & union in non broard cast revenue.
ratings are down two years in a row
http://www.dailytelegraph.com.au/sport/ ... 6855693237

the shit tank of a comp called the NRL is going nowhere except
coles2.jpg
H&A crowds are as well. that after David Smith has made it loud and clear crowds need to rise
http://afltables.com/rl/crowds/summary.html
Bullshit. Revenue increases this year were mainly driven by non broadcast sources - primarily ticket price increases at Origin and FInals. Non broadcast revenue jumped 20 million to 119 million, broadcast revenue rose 4 million. FFA total revenue was only 136 million, so not going to be behind there. Union might be close, revenue should come in at around 145 million - 150 million with only 25 million in tv revenue last year.

Slow start to the season in some respects can be easily attributed to the World Cup by any fair minded individual - not to mention its only round 3, and the gap is about 20,000 - or one decent match crowd.

Your a fucking idiot.
i did a thread based on the annual reports from 2013, now seeing the codes annual reports for 2014 haven't been released yet we don't have exact figures to go on.
i did a thread last year on it, ill find it & the figures when i get time


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Post by The_Wookie » Mon Mar 23, 2015 4:08 am

yeah cause i dont do my own analysis. And you have proven you cant read them worth a damn.


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Post by AFLcrap1 » Mon Mar 23, 2015 7:32 am

leagueiscrap wrote:
The_Wookie wrote:
leagueiscrap wrote: revenue is only up is thanks to the back of the broardcast deal.
you stil trail the Aleague & union in non broard cast revenue.
ratings are down two years in a row
http://www.dailytelegraph.com.au/sport/ ... 6855693237

the shit tank of a comp called the NRL is going nowhere except
coles2.jpg
H&A crowds are as well. that after David Smith has made it loud and clear crowds need to rise
http://afltables.com/rl/crowds/summary.html
Bullshit. Revenue increases this year were mainly driven by non broadcast sources - primarily ticket price increases at Origin and FInals. Non broadcast revenue jumped 20 million to 119 million, broadcast revenue rose 4 million. FFA total revenue was only 136 million, so not going to be behind there. Union might be close, revenue should come in at around 145 million - 150 million with only 25 million in tv revenue last year.

Slow start to the season in some respects can be easily attributed to the World Cup by any fair minded individual - not to mention its only round 3, and the gap is about 20,000 - or one decent match crowd.

Your a fucking idiot.
i did a thread based on the annual reports from 2013, now seeing the codes annual reports for 2014 haven't been released yet we don't have exact figures to go on.
i did a thread last year on it, ill find it & the figures when i get time
Don't forget to include the Melb Storms Poke poke poke revenue from their imaginary Leagues club .


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