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Length of time? So what your now saying is that AFL will be paid slightly more than $5b for 23 hours of programing a week , over the next 5 years

While League will get almost the same amount of money for about 13 broadcasting hours each week, over the same 5 year period ?

So what your saying is your game is worth about half what ours is?


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pussycat wrote: Tue Nov 07, 2017 9:18 pm Length of time? So what your now saying is that AFL will be paid slightly more than $5b for 23 hours of programing a week , over the next 5 years

While League will get almost the same amount of money for about 13 broadcasting hours each week, over the same 5 year period ?

So what your saying is your game is worth about half what ours is?
there are far more factors that effect the TV rights than just length of the game, as I mentioned in a post earlier. RL have SOO, internationals, and the most expensive TV advertising space in Australia.


This has to do with claims of 'most watched'. Well each AFL game is watched for 50% longer than an NRL game. Therefore if RL won on raw ratings by around 10%, and the AFL was underrepresented by around 50%, the AFL was easily the most watched sport on TV.

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Jesus h
It's incredible
You want to apply some theory that has you in front ..laughable
Yet if we do the same re tv deal ..it's not right .
Grow up .
You win tv deal
We win ratings .
If you want to start the crap about time
Then we break it down to $$$$ per minute ..we win .


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NlolRL wrote: Tue Nov 07, 2017 9:25 pm
pussycat wrote: Tue Nov 07, 2017 9:18 pm Length of time? So what your now saying is that AFL will be paid slightly more than $5b for 23 hours of programing a week , over the next 5 years

While League will get almost the same amount of money for about 13 broadcasting hours each week, over the same 5 year period ?

So what your saying is your game is worth about half what ours is?
there are far more factors that effect the TV rights than just length of the game, as I mentioned in a post earlier. RL have SOO, internationals, and the most expensive TV advertising space in Australia.


This has to do with claims of 'most watched'. Well each AFL game is watched for 50% longer than an NRL game. Therefore if RL won on raw ratings by around 10%, and the AFL was underrepresented by around 50%, the AFL was easily the most watched sport on TV.

Thanks for coming :cheers:

other factors? 3 origin matches per year and a few other matches . The RLWC was a separate contract. So when we factor in the pre season games and the other AFL shit. Your game is worth about half ours.

150 to100 = 1/3

I'm glad you finally can agree that our game is twice as valuable as yours.

And to arrive at an average. If you have more for a period you have to have less for a period.

The highest rating program this year - Origin1 -2. Australian Open - 3.Origin 3. :cheers:


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pussycat wrote: Tue Nov 07, 2017 10:23 pm

other factors? 3 origin matches per year and a few other matches . The RLWC was a separate contract. So when we factor in the pre season games and the other AFL shit. Your game is worth about half ours.

150 to100 = 1/3

I'm glad you finally can agree that our game is twice as valuable as yours.

And to arrive at an average. If you have more for a period you have to have less for a period.

The highest rating program this year - Origin1 -2. Australian Open - 3.Origin 3. :cheers:
If league folks can give themselves the gold medal by claiming overall ratings are what matters, then surely AFL folks can pat themselves on the back for getting the most money...for the better part of the last 30 years.

Your game isnt twice as valuable unless you stoop to minute by minute type bullshit, which its noted you dont allow AFL fans to do with ratings.


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The league loonies claim victory due to scheduling but why head to head or games played at similar times and conditions the afl wins easily nearly every time


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The_Wookie wrote: Tue Nov 07, 2017 10:41 pm
pussycat wrote: Tue Nov 07, 2017 10:23 pm

other factors? 3 origin matches per year and a few other matches . The RLWC was a separate contract. So when we factor in the pre season games and the other AFL shit. Your game is worth about half ours.

150 to100 = 1/3

I'm glad you finally can agree that our game is twice as valuable as yours.

And to arrive at an average. If you have more for a period you have to have less for a period.

The highest rating program this year - Origin1 -2. Australian Open - 3.Origin 3. :cheers:
If league folks can give themselves the gold medal by claiming overall ratings are what matters, then surely AFL folks can pat themselves on the back for getting the most money...for the better part of the last 30 years.

Your game isnt twice as valuable unless you stoop to minute by minute type bullshit, which its noted you dont allow AFL fans to do with ratings.
Um go check who started the "TIME " Crap. in here
I used the minute argument yo highlight how stupid it was . .

As I've said
Crowds .afl easily
Media deal ..afl wins
Ratings RL wins easily .

Yet we have the same poster arguing over & over that this is not right.


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leagueiscrap wrote: Wed Nov 08, 2017 1:48 am The league loonies claim victory due to scheduling but why head to head or games played at similar times and conditions the afl wins easily nearly every time
Please discuss the points I have repeatedly posted .
18 teams v 15 teams home ratings in AUST
Scheduling theories go out the window when your games that are overlapping or concurrent are targeted into HOME markets to maximise viewers .

Less games for RL .


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AFLcrap1 wrote: Wed Nov 08, 2017 7:07 am
leagueiscrap wrote: Wed Nov 08, 2017 1:48 am The league loonies claim victory due to scheduling but why head to head or games played at similar times and conditions the afl wins easily nearly every time
Please discuss the points I have repeatedly posted .
18 teams v 15 teams home ratings in AUST
Scheduling theories go out the window when your games that are overlapping or concurrent are targeted into HOME markets to maximise viewers .

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Head to head why do afl win easily nearly every time?


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Oh dear .
Just answer the questions
Don't answer with another question .


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pussycat wrote: Tue Nov 07, 2017 10:23 pm
NlolRL wrote: Tue Nov 07, 2017 9:25 pm
pussycat wrote: Tue Nov 07, 2017 9:18 pm Length of time? So what your now saying is that AFL will be paid slightly more than $5b for 23 hours of programing a week , over the next 5 years

While League will get almost the same amount of money for about 13 broadcasting hours each week, over the same 5 year period ?

So what your saying is your game is worth about half what ours is?
there are far more factors that effect the TV rights than just length of the game, as I mentioned in a post earlier. RL have SOO, internationals, and the most expensive TV advertising space in Australia.


This has to do with claims of 'most watched'. Well each AFL game is watched for 50% longer than an NRL game. Therefore if RL won on raw ratings by around 10%, and the AFL was underrepresented by around 50%, the AFL was easily the most watched sport on TV.

Thanks for coming :cheers:

other factors? 3 origin matches per year and a few other matches . The RLWC was a separate contract. So when we factor in the pre season games and the other AFL shit. Your game is worth about half ours.

150 to100 = 1/3

I'm glad you finally can agree that our game is twice as valuable as yours.

And to arrive at an average. If you have more for a period you have to have less for a period.

The highest rating program this year - Origin1 -2. Australian Open - 3.Origin 3. :cheers:
150 is 50% more than 100

Again, this has nothing to do with money per minute, it's about which sport is watched more. If our game goes for 50% more than yours, and you barely won the cumulative ratings, which are ratings over time, then we easily won the most watched sport


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AFLcrap1 wrote: Wed Nov 08, 2017 7:05 am

Um go check who started the "TIME " Crap. in here
I used the minute argument yo highlight how stupid it was . .

As I've said
Crowds .afl easily
Media deal ..afl wins
Ratings RL wins easily .

Yet we have the same poster arguing over & over that this is not right.
No, you win cumulative ratings when time shown isnt taken into account. We won just about every other ratings comparison


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Lol


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Do you think a list of the highest rating shows takes into account time watched????

I'm not sure why this is so hard.

We had the most rating. And we had the highest ratings



And 150m game is 1/3 longer than a 100m game. A 75m game is 1/2!


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AFLcrap1 wrote: Wed Nov 08, 2017 7:07 am
leagueiscrap wrote: Wed Nov 08, 2017 1:48 am The league loonies claim victory due to scheduling but why head to head or games played at similar times and conditions the afl wins easily nearly every time
Please discuss the points I have repeatedly posted .
18 teams v 15 teams home ratings in AUST
Scheduling theories go out the window when your games that are overlapping or concurrent are targeted into HOME markets to maximise viewers .

Less games for RL .


This will be good

It’s 16 ... any way you want to cut it ... 16 teams shown into Australia. If you are arguing Aus tv ratings it is still 16 teams. Go ahead with all the other stuff but it just weakens your argument as looks stupid claiming 15 teams.


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