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pussycat wrote:It's not that hard - Broadcast funding is :Broadcast funding is :Broadcast funding is :Broadcast funding is :

It has nothing to do with revenue , Nothing to do with projected - nothing to do with the next 5 years, and XMan it has nothing to do with sponsorship : Broadcast Funding!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!.


The AFL(silver medalist's) broadcast funding was $1.23b, The NRL(gold medalist) Broadcast funding was $1.2b +(or minus) the increase in the SKYNZ TV contract.

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broadcast funding is revenue for the league. :roll:

in 2017 the broadcast funding will be 1/5th of 1.2b which is exactly what grant said :roll:

this year the broadcast funding is 1/5th of 1.2b which includes NZ deal and media rights

The AFLs rights including media is 1.33b (1.253b plus 100k)


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pussycat wrote:It's not that hard - Broadcast funding is :Broadcast funding is :Broadcast funding is :Broadcast funding is :

It has nothing to do with revenue , Nothing to do with projected - nothing to do with the next 5 years, and XMan it has nothing to do with sponsorship : Broadcast Funding!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!.


The AFL(silver medalist's) broadcast funding was $1.23b, The NRL(gold medalist) Broadcast funding was $1.2b +(or minus) the increase in the SKYNZ TV contract.

Gold! , Gold! , Gold! to the NRL!
Are you ok mate. You sound like this is really getting to you. I know you thought you had the gold medal, but you have just looked at the big screen and seen your name second in line. Right now your in denial and you are starting to get frustrated that no one else believes you when you say you won. But if you just look back at the replay you will see what really happened. Silver looks better on you anyway.
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pussycat wrote:It's not that hard - Broadcast funding is :Broadcast funding is :Broadcast funding is :Broadcast funding is :

It has nothing to do with revenue , Nothing to do with projected - nothing to do with the next 5 years, and XMan it has nothing to do with sponsorship : Broadcast Funding!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!.


The AFL(silver medalist's) broadcast funding was $1.23b, The NRL(gold medalist) Broadcast funding was $1.2b +(or minus) the increase in the SKYNZ TV contract.

Gold! , Gold! , Gold! to the NRL!
In all of your little tirade, youve not explained to me how the AFL with 1.23b comes second to a deal worth 1.2b......while im not pythagoras im fairly sure 1.23 is bigger than 1.2.


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Lets say grant stuffed up and te total for the NRL broadcast deal (this includes radio and naming rates Telstra money) was 1.3 billion as you and raider dave and some people on LU are claiming. Even so if we inc the AFL naming and radio rights they end up with well over 1.3 billion. The nrl has done very well with this deal and there no shame that it came in a little less then the AFL deal.


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The Telstra Premiership has recorded the best start to an NRL season on record with crowds 5.6% higher than 2012.

Saturday’s Round six game between the Rabbitohs and the Storm posted the highest audience of any program on subscription television in 2013 attracting an audience of 379,319.

This was in addition to the 32,671 fans who made it the biggest attendance for a regular season match featuring the Melbourne Storm in Sydney.

Across the Nine and Win Networks ratings have lifted 6.6% on 2013.

Fans are also engaging on-line with a 38% lift in number of unique viewers through nrl.com, further lifts of 24% across the club network and a 67% increase in people using mobile technology.

At the same time club memberships have risen to 215,000 to set yet another record for the year to date.

Other highlights across the opening rounds include:

The biggest ever attendance for Heritage Round (174,409), surpassing the previous record of 162,984 set in 2010.

The Round 4 Bulldogs v Rabbitohs game posting: the biggest attendance for a regular season stand-alone since the NRL began in 1998 (51,686)

The biggest Sydney Rugby League crowd since the St George v Souths match at the Sydney Cricket Ground in 1967 (50,153)

The Roosters and the Rabbitohs attracting the highest number of Sydney viewers recorded for a season opener since the Oz-Tam panel was introduced in 2001.

What happening with the AFL? :wink:


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In all of your little tirade, youve not explained to me how the AFL with 1.23b comes second to a deal worth 1.2b......while im not pythagoras im fairly sure 1.23 is bigger than 1.2.


These are John Grants words ''Broadcast funding [including New Zealand television and a new media rights deal with Telstra] is just over $1.2 billion, "

Note the word is? At the time this article was written the NRL were in discussions with NZ. Since then the NRL has signed a new deal with NZ. an increase


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I dont see it that way but even if it was AFL media deal in total was 1.326 billion, with naming and radio rights. You cant catch that even with a 200 million dolar NZ deal.


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Broadcast funding would'nt include naming rights


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pussycat wrote:Broadcast funding would'nt include naming rights
They mentioned Telstra deal for the NRL which had naming and online rights included into it.

''Broadcast funding [including New Zealand television and a new media rights deal with Telstra] is just over $1.2 billion,


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The sponsorship part of the deal, i would image, would be classified as broadcaster funding, While the sponsorship would be in another part of the report.

This article came out prior to the NZ deal. So hes doing well if he already new that amount.


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pussycat wrote:The sponsorship part of the deal, i would image, would be classified as broadcaster funding, While the sponsorship would be in another part of the report.

This article came out prior to the NZ deal. So hes doing well if he already new that amount.
Yet they obviously knew what to expect in revenue and he commented on future earnings.


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Xman wrote:
pussycat wrote:The sponsorship part of the deal, i would image, would be classified as broadcaster funding, While the sponsorship would be in another part of the report.

This article came out prior to the NZ deal. So hes doing well if he already new that amount.
Yet they obviously knew what to expect in revenue and he commented on future earnings.
Made the comment about a week before the deal was signed, so he would have known what the money was for the deal, they just had to hammer out a few minor details.


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piesman2011 wrote:
Xman wrote:
pussycat wrote:The sponsorship part of the deal, i would image, would be classified as broadcaster funding, While the sponsorship would be in another part of the report.

This article came out prior to the NZ deal. So hes doing well if he already new that amount.
Yet they obviously knew what to expect in revenue and he commented on future earnings.
Made the comment about a week before the deal was signed, so he would have known what the money was for the deal, they just had to hammer out a few minor details.

Just who is clutching at straws?


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pussycat wrote:
piesman2011 wrote:
Xman wrote: Yet they obviously knew what to expect in revenue and he commented on future earnings.
Made the comment about a week before the deal was signed, so he would have known what the money was for the deal, they just had to hammer out a few minor details.

Just who is clutching at straws?
The guy twisting his chairman's words to mean something they dont.


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