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Stewie wrote:
eelofwest wrote:
Stewie wrote:
Raiderdave wrote:
Swans4ever wrote:
Raiderdave wrote:
QueenslandISAFL wrote:Wow look at that, the ratings decreased from last year :( seems like the nrl is a sinking ship :(

ohh well, it was never afloat anyways
wanna try that again cockhead :wink:


https://twitter.com/MediaweekAUS/status ... 061824?p=v
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Wed TV #Origin update Nine/GEM 2,507,000 Metro+regional 3,973,000

updated figures with Perth Added above... & the regionals
3,973,000
that's without Tassie & Regional WA
so in excess of 4 Million with them included , whoooooo hoooooooooo =D> =D> =D> =D>

2012 game 1.... 3,957,000

on track for well ova 12 Million for the 3 games
& if SOO3 is a decider this year
well F me ... wot ratings it will attract :cool:

now bow down you silly fumbler
bow down to Origins greatness
Not bad for a game with NO opposition

well & of course the Vicky kicky GF is really up against it when faced with Elvis Presley Re runs & Maggie Beer cooking a pie :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:
The reason the nRL didn't want SoO on a standalone weekend is that they knew it would rate less than a Wednesday night in prime time. It's clear that playing sport on a weeknight is a winner for TV, that's why Monday Night AFL rated so well this week on Foxtel. Outrated the nRL game by 100,000 to be exact. =D>

What you out rated NRL this Monday just past?

Mon 03/06/13 PTV BRI vs WAR 229k + NZ Sky 107,650

Live AFL 03/06/13 Mon WC vs RICH 329k

Like i said before, you need to go to spec savers mate...................i know OPSM is to expensive for the likes of you Spewie......... :lol: :lol: :lol:
If you want to play that card, why don't we just add the 145k that watched on 7mate in Perth as well? Good one fuckwit.
Well you said the AFL rated more on Foxtell and since the NRL and the warriors are based in NZ you were wrong. NRL rated more on PTV for its markets IE the Warriros................. :wink: :wink:

Now you want to add FTA...............................desperation again....... =D> =D>


Now who is the bogen from down south who has no idea what he is talking about fukwit........... :lol: :lol: :lol:


Hey Fuckwit what did the SOO rate.............................. :?: :?:


Oh yes rates more then the AFL grand final....................... ](*,) ](*,) ](*,)


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Drac wrote:
Stewie wrote:
eelofwest wrote:
Stewie wrote:
Raiderdave wrote:
Swans4ever wrote:
Raiderdave wrote:
QueenslandISAFL wrote:Wow look at that, the ratings decreased from last year :( seems like the nrl is a sinking ship :(

ohh well, it was never afloat anyways
wanna try that again cockhead :wink:


https://twitter.com/MediaweekAUS/status ... 061824?p=v
Quote:
Wed TV #Origin update Nine/GEM 2,507,000 Metro+regional 3,973,000

updated figures with Perth Added above... & the regionals
3,973,000
that's without Tassie & Regional WA
so in excess of 4 Million with them included , whoooooo hoooooooooo =D> =D> =D> =D>

2012 game 1.... 3,957,000

on track for well ova 12 Million for the 3 games
& if SOO3 is a decider this year
well F me ... wot ratings it will attract :cool:

now bow down you silly fumbler
bow down to Origins greatness
Not bad for a game with NO opposition

well & of course the Vicky kicky GF is really up against it when faced with Elvis Presley Re runs & Maggie Beer cooking a pie :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:
The reason the nRL didn't want SoO on a standalone weekend is that they knew it would rate less than a Wednesday night in prime time. It's clear that playing sport on a weeknight is a winner for TV, that's why Monday Night AFL rated so well this week on Foxtel. Outrated the nRL game by 100,000 to be exact. =D>

What you out rated NRL this Monday just past?

Mon 03/06/13 PTV BRI vs WAR 229k + NZ Sky 107,650

Live AFL 03/06/13 Mon WC vs RICH 329k

Like i said before, you need to go to spec savers mate...................i know OPSM is to expensive for the likes of you Spewie......... :lol: :lol: :lol:
If you want to play that card, why don't we just add the 145k that watched on 7mate in Perth as well? Good one fuckwit.
I notice the throwballers have still failed to respond to this.....
No response yet drac, we Sydney People work for a living and don't expect handouts from Dillard after we loose our jobs mate............. :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

Its okay Gillard will be out soon, you doll bludgers will have to fend for yourselves soon..... :lol: :lol: :lol:


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Predictions for game two people

Sydney will get around 1.2 - 1.3 million
Brisbane will increase to 850k
Melbourne will get 500 - 550k

Predicting that Game 2's metro tv audience will be 250 - 300k higher than game 1.


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Rabbit wrote:Origin III breaks television records



NRL.com

Thu 18th July, 2:46pm

Last night’s 2013 Holden State of Origin Series decider has become the highest rating Rugby League game of all time with 4.232 million Australian viewers tuning in through the Nine, WIN and NBN networks.

With QLD beating NSW 12-10 to win an unprecedented eighth consecutive Origin Series in front of a record crowd of 83,813 at Sydney’s ANZ Stadium:

the 2013 Series became the highest rating in history with a cumulative total audience of 11.966 million viewers watching over the three games (11.897 million in 2012)*;

the Series recorded the biggest attendance in the event’s history with 215,883 fans across the three games (203,309 set in 2004);

the Game III audience (4.232 million) surpassed the 2005 Telstra Premiership Grand Final (4.102 million) as the highest rating Rugby League match of all time;

Game III was the highest rating Origin match in history (previous best: 2012 Origin Game III, 4.063 million).

The match peaked at 3.103 million viewers across the Five-City Metro last night and achieved the highest regional rating ever for any Origin game with 1.533m viewers (previous highest: 2013 Game 1 - 1.466m).

An average of 1.165 million viewers watched the game in Sydney on Channel Nine,with a peak of 1.292 million; while in Brisbane, there was an average audience of 865,000, peaking at 952,000.

In Melbourne, where the game was the highest rating Origin match of all time in the Victorian capital, there was an average audience of 464,000, peaking at 576,000 viewers.

In Adelaide, the game averaged 95,000viewers and peaked at 129.000; while in in Perth, an average audience of 110,000 watched the game live on GEM, with the audience peaking at 154,000.

*Figures based on overnight data since the inception of OzTAM in 2001.
wow just wow!!!


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