if the AFL was shown like the NRL..NlolRL wrote: ↑Fri Apr 05, 2019 2:36 pmI agree with Brisbane, the Pies v WC game would rate a little higher. However, given Adelaide has 2 clubs I think it would rate about the same or slightly less for the Pies v WC than the power game.leeroy*NRL* wrote: ↑Fri Apr 05, 2019 2:06 pmyeah ok..
In QLD i think the PIES V EAGLES would rate higher.. prob by about 12k or so.
S.A would get about 70k higher for the PORT game..
so lets say 70k for the game
so you would get a slightly bigger figure for the two games
as you have 4 teams> so supporters of each are watching 2 games..
so you could be looking overall when adding in FOX maybe a 150k Lift at best..
it hurts the AFL when there are 2 good games on at the same time..
this game however is not really a big draw catcher.. and well planned by the AFL
So if the AFL was shown like the NRL the Pies v Eagles game would get 1.2mil from FTA and Fox and 200-250k from a separate telecast of Port v lions. for a total of 1.45mil
Showing them together will get around 800k from the FTA games and 350k frm Fox for a total of 1.15mil. So basically showing them concurrently has lost 300k, or the ratings of a fox game.
Do that multiple times a weekend and the result is millions less over a season
well for 1 your stating a very high figure for a saturday standalone game.
BRIS v PORT on FOX alone would struggle with those numbers..
they need the FTA component in SA to bump it up another 130k
AFL's overlapping games and games at same start times..
works for them some weeks, and goes against them other weeks.
THE AFL and the broadcast partners have crunched the numbers
and this works out well for them..
it is simply as easy as that