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Parramatta vs Cronulla 263,000
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Canberra vs NZ Warriors 160,000

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I disagree Terry. I get what you are saying but disagree. Simply based on the premise if you are using the ratings to put forth that ratings show which code more popular. Do rugby Union claim tv figures in South Africa when Waratahs play a South African side. Does the cricket claim ratings in India when Australia play India say in the one day series or tests ? No.


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Must be a real bugger Fred when both sets of numbers quash the AFL's .


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Fred wrote: Sun Mar 28, 2021 1:41 pm I disagree Terry. I get what you are saying but disagree. Simply based on the premise if you are using the ratings to put forth that ratings show which code more popular. Do rugby Union claim tv figures in South Africa when Waratahs play a South African side. Does the cricket claim ratings in India when Australia play India say in the one day series or tests ? No.
it is different Fred, it is not a one off game its an actual 6 month comp where they play 24 games

I do not mind not counting NZ Figures and 2 less teams when you match comps like for like.

I just think when the NRL and AFL get very close in figures. the NRL have done very well
with the disadvantages


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Fred wrote: Sun Mar 28, 2021 1:41 pm I disagree Terry. I get what you are saying but disagree. Simply based on the premise if you are using the ratings to put forth that ratings show which code more popular. Do rugby Union claim tv figures in South Africa when Waratahs play a South African side. Does the cricket claim ratings in India when Australia play India say in the one day series or tests ? No.
Ah Freddo.............it ain't that complicated pal. If you want to compare comps you compare comps. If you want to compare only Aust you compare only Aust. In your case that's what you do because it suits your bias. There is no actual rule around this my friend. There is no right or wrong. It is a discussion.

As far as other sports go they can do what they like. Super Rugby tally all their ratings from each country & also show a breakdown of each nation. From memory they get around 50M in total for the entire comp of which Aust contribute a paltry 5M. As far as cricket goes who knows or cares. An international cricket series is hardly comparable to domestic or 95% domestic comps. So common-sense prevails and they don't claim Indian ratings because it would be stupidity.

Hope that helps Frederico.


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leeroy*NRL* wrote: Sun Mar 28, 2021 1:56 pm
Fred wrote: Sun Mar 28, 2021 1:41 pm I disagree Terry. I get what you are saying but disagree. Simply based on the premise if you are using the ratings to put forth that ratings show which code more popular. Do rugby Union claim tv figures in South Africa when Waratahs play a South African side. Does the cricket claim ratings in India when Australia play India say in the one day series or tests ? No.
it is different Fred, it is not a one off game its an actual 6 month comp where they play 24 games

I do not mind not counting NZ Figures and 2 less teams when you match comps like for like.

I just think when the NRL and AFL get very close in figures. the NRL have done very well
with the disadvantages
You still have all games being telecast into Australia - it is not like one less game is being televised. You just have a market that is not counted because - well - it is a different market. By all means use the NZ viewers to compare the market of NZ when it comes to which gets better ratings in New Zealand. And the one days series or a test is not a one off game either - sowhy is it different. And RU is played for a whole season also - we don't add the figures from south Africa.

So again, comes down to what you are using the ratings for. Surely if using rating to claim which is more popular in Australia you wouldn't be adding in NZ figures. And to say only 15 teams playing/rating does not make sense - as each match is aired in Australia - just that the NZ may not be that popular in Australia (although plenty of KIwis here) - same could be said about AFL teams not popular with viewers.

Really - it is quite simple - so simple it is hard to explain (to you guys). Most watched team/sport in Australia does not include people watching outside Australia. There are still 16 games to watch in Australia - they are playing another side - and the figures are what they are? I.m hoping that makes sense for you guys - but I really do not know how to make it anymore simpler? Do you kind of get it yet?


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Fred wrote: Mon Mar 29, 2021 3:59 pm
leeroy*NRL* wrote: Sun Mar 28, 2021 1:56 pm
Fred wrote: Sun Mar 28, 2021 1:41 pm I disagree Terry. I get what you are saying but disagree. Simply based on the premise if you are using the ratings to put forth that ratings show which code more popular. Do rugby Union claim tv figures in South Africa when Waratahs play a South African side. Does the cricket claim ratings in India when Australia play India say in the one day series or tests ? No.
it is different Fred, it is not a one off game its an actual 6 month comp where they play 24 games

I do not mind not counting NZ Figures and 2 less teams when you match comps like for like.

I just think when the NRL and AFL get very close in figures. the NRL have done very well
with the disadvantages
You still have all games being telecast into Australia - it is not like one less game is being televised. You just have a market that is not counted because - well - it is a different market. By all means use the NZ viewers to compare the market of NZ when it comes to which gets better ratings in New Zealand. And the one days series or a test is not a one off game either - sowhy is it different. And RU is played for a whole season also - we don't add the figures from south Africa.

So again, comes down to what you are using the ratings for. Surely if using rating to claim which is more popular in Australia you wouldn't be adding in NZ figures. And to say only 15 teams playing/rating does not make sense - as each match is aired in Australia - just that the NZ may not be that popular in Australia (although plenty of KIwis here) - same could be said about AFL teams not popular with viewers.

Really - it is quite simple - so simple it is hard to explain (to you guys). Most watched team/sport in Australia does not include people watching outside Australia. There are still 16 games to watch in Australia - they are playing another side - and the figures are what they are? I.m hoping that makes sense for you guys - but I really do not know how to make it anymore simpler? Do you kind of get it yet?
Freddo, everyone get's it pal. There are no rules around this. It is not legislated. The most simple of simple points is that if you are comparing competitions you compare competitions. In total. If you want to compare Aust only numbers you compare Aust only numbers. But it is not a like for like if you do it that way.

A few years ago the great Wookie added NZ ratings to his charts and invited folk to use 'em however they like. That is the best to approach this. I hope and trust you are now happy with this arrangement.


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I’ll just leave it at that cause I can’t think how to put it in way you may understand.


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Fred wrote: Mon Mar 29, 2021 3:59 pm
leeroy*NRL* wrote: Sun Mar 28, 2021 1:56 pm
Fred wrote: Sun Mar 28, 2021 1:41 pm I disagree Terry. I get what you are saying but disagree. Simply based on the premise if you are using the ratings to put forth that ratings show which code more popular. Do rugby Union claim tv figures in South Africa when Waratahs play a South African side. Does the cricket claim ratings in India when Australia play India say in the one day series or tests ? No.
it is different Fred, it is not a one off game its an actual 6 month comp where they play 24 games

I do not mind not counting NZ Figures and 2 less teams when you match comps like for like.

I just think when the NRL and AFL get very close in figures. the NRL have done very well
with the disadvantages
You still have all games being telecast into Australia - it is not like one less game is being televised. You just have a market that is not counted because - well - it is a different market. By all means use the NZ viewers to compare the market of NZ when it comes to which gets better ratings in New Zealand. And the one days series or a test is not a one off game either - sowhy is it different. And RU is played for a whole season also - we don't add the figures from south Africa.

So again, comes down to what you are using the ratings for. Surely if using rating to claim which is more popular in Australia you wouldn't be adding in NZ figures. And to say only 15 teams playing/rating does not make sense - as each match is aired in Australia - just that the NZ may not be that popular in Australia (although plenty of KIwis here) - same could be said about AFL teams not popular with viewers.

Really - it is quite simple - so simple it is hard to explain (to you guys). Most watched team/sport in Australia does not include people watching outside Australia. There are still 16 games to watch in Australia - they are playing another side - and the figures are what they are? I.m hoping that makes sense for you guys - but I really do not know how to make it anymore simpler? Do you kind of get it yet?
i understand everything clearly..

the point is...

IF Collingwood v Carlton on TV

you have both fans tuning in (in Australia) and than netural fans.

Where as if the Warriors v Broncos on TV

You get Broncos fans and neutral fans..

There is a reason Channel 9 do not show the Warriors matches on TV (SIMPLE)


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THURSDAY NIGHT NRL LIVE Channel 9 321,000 200,000 9,000 101,000 6,000 6,000

https://tvtonight.com.au/2021/04/thursd ... -2021.html

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Manly vs Penrith
Nine/Gem 517,000 (Metro 321,000 Regional 196,000)
Fox League 201,000



GOOD FRIDAY NRL LIVE Channel 9 211,000 138,000 2,000 59,000 4,000 8,000

https://tvtonight.com.au/2021/04/friday ... -2021.html

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Melbourne vs Brisbane
Nine/Gem 549,000 (Metro 328,000 Regional 221,000)
Fox League 287,000

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Canterbury/Bankstown vs South Sydney
Fox League 193,000

https://www.mediaweek.com.au/easter-tv- ... il-2-2021/



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NRL Fox League

Gold Coast vs Canberra 275,000
Cronulla vs North Queensland 190,000

https://www.mediaweek.com.au/tv-ratings ... il-3-2021/


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Fred wrote: Sun Mar 28, 2021 9:05 am Okay... well personal insults aside.

Read my post again.

You can use nz ratings if you’re arguing which is more popular in Australasia. If you want to use ratings as to which is more popular in Australia you can only use Australian rating figures.

It’s not that hard Terry!
Fred we have'nt used NZ ratings for years. It's the same result though :cheers:


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Round 5

Thursday

THURSDAY NIGHT NRL LIVE Nine Network 379,000 201,000 13,000 153,000 7,000 6,000

LIVE: NRL: RABBITOHS V BRONCOS FOX LEAGUE 225,000

https://tvtonight.com.au/2021/04/thursd ... -2021.html


Friday

FRIDAY NIGHT NRL LIVE Nine Network 352,000 213,000 12,000 108,000 9,000 9,000

LIVE: NRL: PANTHERS V RAIDERS FOX LEAGUE 256,000
LIVE: NRL: WARRIORS V SEA EAGLES FOX LEAGUE 227,000

https://tvtonight.com.au/2021/04/friday ... -2021.html

Nine/Gem 562,000 (Metro 352,000 Regional 210,000)

https://www.mediaweek.com.au/weekend-tv ... y-april-9/


Saturday

LIVE: NRL: ROOSTERS V SHARKS FOX LEAGUE 273,000
LIVE: NRL: BULLDOGS V STORM FOX LEAGUE 237,000
LIVE: NRL: TITANS V KNIGHTS FOX LEAGUE 183,000

LIVE: NRL SUPER SATURDAY FOX LEAGUE 164,000

https://tvtonight.com.au/2021/04/saturd ... -2021.html


Sunday

SUNDAY AFTERNOON NRL LIVE Nine Network 271,000 164,000 11,000 85,000 5,000 7,000

LIVE: NRL: EELS V DRAGONS FOX LEAGUE 280,000
LIVE: NRL: WESTS TIGERS V COWBOYS FOX LEAGUE 236,000

LIVE: NSW PREMIERSHIP CUP FOX LEAGUE 32,000

https://tvtonight.com.au/2021/04/sunday ... -2021.html


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Round 6

FRIDAY NIGHT NRL LIVE Nine Network 331,000 175,000 35,000 106,000 9,000 4,000
LIVE: NRL: STORM V ROOSTERS FOX LEAGUE 328,000
LIVE: NRL: KNIGHTS V SHARKS FOX LEAGUE 234,000
https://tvtonight.com.au/2021/04/friday ... -2021.html



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LIVE: NRL: RABBITOHS V WESTS TIGERS FOX LEAGUE 306,000
LIVE: NRL: RAIDERS V EELS FOX LEAGUE 285,000
LIVE: NRL: SEA EAGLES V TITANS FOX LEAGUE 160,000
https://tvtonight.com.au/2021/04/saturd ... -2021.html



SUNDAY AFTERNOON NRL LIVE Nine Network 241,000 133,000 10,000 87,000 6,000 5,000
LIVE: NRL: COWBOYS V BULLDOGS FOX LEAGUE 194,000
LIVE: NRL: DRAGONS V WARRIORS FOX LEAGUE 147,000
https://tvtonight.com.au/2021/04/sunday ... -2021.html




Round 7

THURSDAY NIGHT NRL LIVE Nine Network 364,000 197,000 27,000 128,000 5,000 6,000
LIVE: NRL: PANTHERS V KNIGHTS FOX LEAGUE 229,000

https://tvtonight.com.au/2021/04/thursd ... -2021.html



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FRIDAY NIGHT NRL LIVE Nine Network 304,000 179,000 11,000 107,000 6,000 3,000

LIVE: NRL: TITANS V RABBITOHS FOX LEAGUE 255,000
LIVE: NRL: EELS V BRONCOS FOX LEAGUE 252,000
https://tvtonight.com.au/2021/04/friday ... -2021.html


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LIVE: NRL: COWBOYS V RAIDERS FOX LEAGUE 273,000
LIVE: NRL: SHARKS V BULLDOGS FOX LEAGUE 259,000
https://tvtonight.com.au/2021/04/saturd ... -2021.html



ANZAC DAY NRL LIVE -MATCH Nine Network 289,000 189,000 5,000 84,000 4,000 6,000

LIVE: NRL: STORM V WARRIORS FOX LEAGUE 250,000
LIVE: NRL: ROOSTERS V DRAGONS FOX LEAGUE 243,000
LIVE: NRL: WESTS TIGERS V SEA EAGLES FOX LEAGUE 217,000
https://tvtonight.com.au/2021/04/sunday ... -2021.html




Round 8

THURSDAY NIGHT NRL LIVE Nine Network 334,000 200,000 17,000 99,000 13,000 7,000
LIVE: NRL: RAIDERS V RABBITOHS FOX LEAGUE 244,000
https://tvtonight.com.au/2021/04/thursd ... -2021.html


FRIDAY NIGHT NRL LIVE Nine Network 354,000 174,000 14,000 154,000 11,000 2,000
LIVE: NRL: BRONCOS V TITANS FOX LEAGUE 269,000
LIVE: NRL: STORM V SHARKS FOX LEAGUE 240,000
https://tvtonight.com.au/2021/05/friday ... -2021.html


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LIVE: NRL: BULLDOGS V EELS FOX LEAGUE 231,000
LIVE: NRL: KNIGHTS V ROOSTERS FOX LEAGUE 219,000
LIVE: NRL: PANTHERS V SEA EAGLES FOX LEAGUE 204,000
https://tvtonight.com.au/2021/05/saturd ... -2021.html


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