2020 - Australian Football TV Ratings - AFL, AFLW etc

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Re: 2020 - Australian Football TV Ratings - AFL, AFLW etc

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NlolRL wrote: Tue Jun 30, 2020 7:29 pm In the end the AFL will need to make a decision, TV revenue vs fan-friendly scheduling. If they prioritised TV cash over fan experience they'd cease local teams being broadcast into local markets and play games during less crowd friendly time slots like 5pm Friday and 7pm Sunday. This would force more fans to subscribe to fox, increasing their revenue.

However, with less FTA exposure and crowd sizes, would this be better for the sport in the long run?
it is interesting, fox deal suxs for AFL.. (i can see where they are coming from.) they may ask AFL for some exclusive games.
they will no way get what they have with NRL (5 Exclusives)

currently I would perfer as much FTA presence as possible.
it helps with crowds and interests...

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SEVEN’S AFL: GRAND FINAL: RICHMOND V GEELONG Channel 7 2,979,000 413,000 1,583,000 383,000 265,000 335,000
SEVEN’S AFL: GRAND FINAL: PRESENTATIONS Channel 7 2,304,000 276,000 1,282,000 281,000 196,000 269,000
SEVEN’S AFL: GRAND FINAL: ON THE GROUND Channel 7 2,181,000 265,000 1,219,000 279,000 174,000 243,000
SEVEN’S AFL: GRAND FINAL: PRE MATCH ENTERTAINMENT Channel 7 1,481,000 161,000 851,000 203,000 117,000 148,000
SEVEN’S AFL: GRAND FINAL: POST MATCH Channel 7 1,008,000 84,000 575,000 88,000 73,000 188,000
SEVEN’S AFL: GRAND FINAL: PREVIEW Channel 7 535,000 60,000 297,000 76,000 46,000 57,000

https://tvtonight.com.au/2020/10/saturd ... -2020.html

"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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