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Re: NRL TV ratings plummeting

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Terry wrote: Mon Jun 19, 2017 12:43 pm It seems to have been ignored that FB is -13% on FTA in Sydney this year. So from a very low base they've gone even lower. That must be a massive problem for fumblehouse. They had one team in the GF last year and the other made it to the penultimate game so you would think ratings would be on the up. And the average on pay is 26,000 - marginally more than the test pattern.

As for RL: 4 out of Sydney's 5 best supported clubs are in the bottom 8 and performing like busted's - there's ya ratings drop right there.
its almost like the Swans have had a shit year and GWS have no siginficant support


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Terry wrote: Mon Jun 19, 2017 12:43 pm It seems to have been ignored that FB is -13% on FTA in Sydney this year. So from a very low base they've gone even lower. That must be a massive problem for fumblehouse. They had one team in the GF last year and the other made it to the penultimate game so you would think ratings would be on the up. And the average on pay is 26,000 - marginally more than the test pattern.

As for RL: 4 out of Sydney's 5 best supported clubs are in the bottom 8 and performing like busted's - there's ya ratings drop right there.
The AFL havent had our top 4 teams perform well for over a decade, yet we dont use this as an excuse for poor ratings

Sydney's ratings are down just like the swans performances were down in the first 7 games. They rated 47k on FTA only last Saturday afternoon. The ratings will climb again now the swans have some form back


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NlolRL wrote: Mon Jun 19, 2017 6:18 pm
Terry wrote: Mon Jun 19, 2017 12:43 pm It seems to have been ignored that FB is -13% on FTA in Sydney this year. So from a very low base they've gone even lower. That must be a massive problem for fumblehouse. They had one team in the GF last year and the other made it to the penultimate game so you would think ratings would be on the up. And the average on pay is 26,000 - marginally more than the test pattern.

As for RL: 4 out of Sydney's 5 best supported clubs are in the bottom 8 and performing like busted's - there's ya ratings drop right there.
The AFL havent had our top 4 teams perform well for over a decade, yet we dont use this as an excuse for poor ratings

Sydney's ratings are down just like the swans performances were down in the first 7 games. They rated 47k on FTA only last Saturday afternoon. The ratings will climb again now the swans have some form back
'The AFL havent had our top 4 teams perform well for over a decade, yet we dont use this as an excuse for poor ratings'

Ok. That must be why RL wins the ratings war year on year and will do so again this year. Better get Gilligan to give the poor buggers some of the west Sydney fumblers stockpiled kids......that'll fix that up.


'Sydney's ratings are down just like the swans performances were down in the first 7 games. They rated 47k on FTA only last Saturday afternoon. The ratings will climb again now the swans have some form back'

47,000.....wow!!!! Does that beat Iron Chef these days......lolololololololol.


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Well according to the NRL's own annual report last year your total ratings were around the same as the AFL. We all know the AFL is a more popular product on TV given it had the highest rating game on FTA and STV, the highest rating finals, the highest rating home and away game, and lead the one game v one game comparison convincingly, just like we are winning this year's.

47 FTA plus 30k or so on STV for a Saturday arvo is nothing to sneeze at


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NlolRL wrote: Mon Jun 19, 2017 8:30 pm Well according to the NRL's own annual report last year your total ratings were around the same as the AFL. We all know the AFL is a more popular product on TV given it had the highest rating game on FTA and STV, the highest rating finals, the highest rating home and away game, and lead the one game v one game comparison convincingly, just like we are winning this year's.

47 FTA plus 30k or so on STV for a Saturday arvo is nothing to sneeze at

Danger pal. Don't do this to yourself. You're heading back to the jungle to fight a war that is lost. RL won last years ratings war - fullstop, amen, over, done and dusted. History can't be changed.

And if you think -13% FTA ratings for fumbling this year is nothing to sneeze at you'll need a pocket full of tissues - sneeze at will.


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Terry wrote: Mon Jun 19, 2017 8:49 pm
NlolRL wrote: Mon Jun 19, 2017 8:30 pm Well according to the NRL's own annual report last year your total ratings were around the same as the AFL. We all know the AFL is a more popular product on TV given it had the highest rating game on FTA and STV, the highest rating finals, the highest rating home and away game, and lead the one game v one game comparison convincingly, just like we are winning this year's.

47 FTA plus 30k or so on STV for a Saturday arvo is nothing to sneeze at

Danger pal. Don't do this to yourself. You're heading back to the jungle to fight a war that is lost. RL won last years ratings war - fullstop, amen, over, done and dusted. History can't be changed.

And if you think -13% FTA ratings for fumbling this year is nothing to sneeze at you'll need a pocket full of tissues - sneeze at will.
Sydney probably had their worst start in their history so a drop of 13% is understandable. Can you explain why the NRL is 25% down in Sydney? Are all NRL clubs in Sydney having their worst start ever? 25% is a HUGE decline


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NlolRL wrote: Mon Jun 19, 2017 9:14 pm
Terry wrote: Mon Jun 19, 2017 8:49 pm
NlolRL wrote: Mon Jun 19, 2017 8:30 pm Well according to the NRL's own annual report last year your total ratings were around the same as the AFL. We all know the AFL is a more popular product on TV given it had the highest rating game on FTA and STV, the highest rating finals, the highest rating home and away game, and lead the one game v one game comparison convincingly, just like we are winning this year's.

47 FTA plus 30k or so on STV for a Saturday arvo is nothing to sneeze at

Danger pal. Don't do this to yourself. You're heading back to the jungle to fight a war that is lost. RL won last years ratings war - fullstop, amen, over, done and dusted. History can't be changed.

And if you think -13% FTA ratings for fumbling this year is nothing to sneeze at you'll need a pocket full of tissues - sneeze at will.
Sydney probably had their worst start in their history so a drop of 13% is understandable. Can you explain why the NRL is 25% down in Sydney? Are all NRL clubs in Sydney having their worst start ever? 25% is a HUGE decline
Please see my previous posts. Already explained. Good luck with the crusade and gods speed.


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Terry wrote: Mon Jun 19, 2017 9:16 pm
NlolRL wrote: Mon Jun 19, 2017 9:14 pm
Terry wrote: Mon Jun 19, 2017 8:49 pm


Danger pal. Don't do this to yourself. You're heading back to the jungle to fight a war that is lost. RL won last years ratings war - fullstop, amen, over, done and dusted. History can't be changed.

And if you think -13% FTA ratings for fumbling this year is nothing to sneeze at you'll need a pocket full of tissues - sneeze at will.
Sydney probably had their worst start in their history so a drop of 13% is understandable. Can you explain why the NRL is 25% down in Sydney? Are all NRL clubs in Sydney having their worst start ever? 25% is a HUGE decline
Please see my previous posts. Already explained. Good luck with the crusade and gods speed.
There are 6 Sydney teams in the top 9, and only 3 in the bottom 7. So on average Sydney teams are performing above average. Therefore your excuse is garbage. 25% down is a massive issue in your largest heartland market, and must be a huge concern for your next TV rights


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NlolRL wrote: Mon Jun 19, 2017 9:24 pm
Terry wrote: Mon Jun 19, 2017 9:16 pm
NlolRL wrote: Mon Jun 19, 2017 9:14 pm
Sydney probably had their worst start in their history so a drop of 13% is understandable. Can you explain why the NRL is 25% down in Sydney? Are all NRL clubs in Sydney having their worst start ever? 25% is a HUGE decline
Please see my previous posts. Already explained. Good luck with the crusade and gods speed.
There are 6 Sydney teams in the top 9, and only 3 in the bottom 7. So on average Sydney teams are performing above average. Therefore your excuse is garbage. 25% down is a massive issue in your largest heartland market, and must be a huge concern for your next TV rights
Please see my previous posts. Already explained. Good luck and keep morale high.


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Terry wrote: Mon Jun 19, 2017 9:42 pm
NlolRL wrote: Mon Jun 19, 2017 9:24 pm
Terry wrote: Mon Jun 19, 2017 9:16 pm

Please see my previous posts. Already explained. Good luck with the crusade and gods speed.
There are 6 Sydney teams in the top 9, and only 3 in the bottom 7. So on average Sydney teams are performing above average. Therefore your excuse is garbage. 25% down is a massive issue in your largest heartland market, and must be a huge concern for your next TV rights
Please see my previous posts. Already explained. Good luck and keep morale high.
I saw you BS previous post. It's a pathetic excuse given 2/3rds of Sydneys clubs are in the top 9


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NlolRL wrote: Mon Jun 19, 2017 10:09 pm
Terry wrote: Mon Jun 19, 2017 9:42 pm
NlolRL wrote: Mon Jun 19, 2017 9:24 pm
There are 6 Sydney teams in the top 9, and only 3 in the bottom 7. So on average Sydney teams are performing above average. Therefore your excuse is garbage. 25% down is a massive issue in your largest heartland market, and must be a huge concern for your next TV rights
Please see my previous posts. Already explained. Good luck and keep morale high.
I saw you BS previous post. It's a pathetic excuse given 2/3rds of Sydneys clubs are in the top 9
Please see my previous posts. Already explained. It's not my problem your comprehension skills are lacking. Please do research. Good luck and think more.


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Terry wrote: Mon Jun 19, 2017 10:16 pm
NlolRL wrote: Mon Jun 19, 2017 10:09 pm
Terry wrote: Mon Jun 19, 2017 9:42 pm

Please see my previous posts. Already explained. Good luck and keep morale high.
I saw you BS previous post. It's a pathetic excuse given 2/3rds of Sydneys clubs are in the top 9
Please see my previous posts. Already explained. It's not my problem your comprehension skills are lacking. Please do research. Good luck and think more.
try a new excuse. That one sucks big time


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Terry wrote: Mon Jun 19, 2017 8:49 pm And if you think -13% FTA ratings for fumbling this year is nothing to sneeze at you'll need a pocket full of tissues - sneeze at will.
Except this literally hasnt happened.


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This might be indicative
The trend towards watching live sport on mobile devices was evident in Game One of State of Origin. DeciderTV can reveal the unique audience for Origin increased by 47% on mobile compared with the same match last year.

League fans also tuned in for longer with the total amount of minutes consumed watching the live game increasing by 97% when compared to Game One in 2016.

This rapid growth comes at the same time as the Nine Network experienced a significant decline in viewership for its Origin coverage.

In 2016, Game One had a TV audience of 2.708 Million across the 5 capital cities, however in 2017 the audience was reduced to 2.348 Million.

Fans are increasingly turning to mobile to watch live sport showing a growing preference to watch what they want, when they want it, regardless of where they might be. The introduction of the Telstra Live Pass this year, which provides customers live NRL & AFL streaming without impacting on data limits has spurred on another spike in the growth of live sport on mobile.

Despite the NSW Blues dominating the scoreboard in Game One, It was mobile users in Brisbane which took the title of the most streamed city, accounting for 25% of viewers watching the game on the Telstra Network.

Viewers in Sydney made up 17% of the mobile audience. Interestingly regional viewers have been quick to embrace the digital technology with 49% of all streams for Game One coming from regions within NSW.

Blues and Maroons fans stayed engaged throughout the whole game with NSW fans slightly more engaged than the Queenslanders (No doubt a reflection of the final score).

Telstra holds the mobile rights for the NRL including State of Origin until 2022.
https://decidertv.com/page/2017/6/20/ex ... tra-origin


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interesting post there,

be great to have numbers in the digital landscape..

because it is changing more quicker than ever..


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