your analysis is rubbish compared to what is actually written on the reports, the NRL's non broadcast revenue will rise, mainly due to the jacked up SOO ticket prices & sales of Merchandise, proving outside of SOO their no broadcast revenue is a joke.The_Wookie wrote:yeah cause i dont do my own analysis. And you have proven you cant read them worth a damn.
the total Union revenue was $145 million nonbroadcast $101 million
the AFL's non broadcast revenue was $267 million
the NRL's non broadcast revenue was a pissy $90 million SOO contributes $19.4 million of that
all stats from the annual reports
so tell me what is the higher number wookie? & how am i fucken wrong!.... all these people apparently watch league & play every week, yet the revenue is so fucken low!..... you would see a flow on effect with more money coming in to NRL!
take out that $19 million & we have the nonbroadcast revenue figure of just on $70 million FFS.
even go and read the clubs annual reports & compare the football related revenue streams
you have any idea about business?... or just spend all your spare time convincing yourself you know how to read and understand a annual report
there is a little chart you made up your self FFS from the 2013 annual reports. when the 2014 we can take the actual fact figures and argue about them then instead of speculate!