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pussycat wrote: Sun Apr 07, 2019 3:13 pm Your incredible, fark me [-( I showed you the figures. There was 100k from Perth alone. Fridge magnets just 80c at K-mart.
What the fuck are you on about?

Fact, the AFLs games shown in isolation beat the nrls on fox yesterday deapite your claims that the AFL only win on Fridays.

All you do then is deflect


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NlolRL wrote: Sun Apr 07, 2019 3:18 pm
pussycat wrote: Sun Apr 07, 2019 3:13 pm Your incredible, fark me [-( I showed you the figures. There was 100k from Perth alone. Fridge magnets just 80c at K-mart.
What the fuck are you on about?

Fact, the AFLs games shown in isolation beat the nrls on fox yesterday deapite your claims that the AFL only win on Fridays.

All you do then is deflect
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Pal, are we going to be in the goldfish bowl all season with this? It's been done, argued, debated, cut, sliced and diced over and over and over and over again.

Bottom line: AFL have some games clashing. This no doubt effects ratings-downward. They also have FTA into all home markets. This no doubt effects ratings-upward.

NRL has only 3 games per week on FTA. This no doubt effects ratings-downward compared to AFL. They also only get ratings for 15.5 teams compared to 18 due to one team being in NZ-downward.

AFL win most Friday's head to head. Great. NRL has 3 levels of competition - domestic, SOO & international. SOO get massive ratings-upward. Internationals rate more than the AFL,s best games-upward.

Both games have their strengths and weaknesses in scheduling and overall viewership of the varying levels of each game.

Bottom line: Last year RL smashed AFL. This year AFL is tracking a bit better and RL a bit worse. It will be closer but I suspect RL will win again. All levels of the game that is. With an even amount of games counted.

Hope that helps. No doubt the remaining 2 fumbleball nutters will beg to differ. Dills!!


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Terry wrote: Sun Apr 07, 2019 8:57 pm
Pal, are we going to be in the goldfish bowl all season with this? It's been done, argued, debated, cut, sliced and diced over and over and over and over again.

Bottom line: AFL have some games clashing. This no doubt effects ratings-downward. They also have FTA into all home markets. This no doubt effects ratings-upward.

NRL has only 3 games per week on FTA. This no doubt effects ratings-downward compared to AFL. They also only get ratings for 15.5 teams compared to 18 due to one team being in NZ-downward.

AFL win most Friday's head to head. Great. NRL has 3 levels of competition - domestic, SOO & international. SOO get massive ratings-upward. Internationals rate more than the AFL,s best games-upward.

Both games have their strengths and weaknesses in scheduling and overall viewership of the varying levels of each game.

Bottom line: Last year RL smashed AFL. This year AFL is tracking a bit better and RL a bit worse. It will be closer but I suspect RL will win again. All levels of the game that is. With an even amount of games counted.

Hope that helps. No doubt the remaining 2 fumbleball nutters will beg to differ. Dills!!
Yeah, I beg to differ. As I've shown in the last few pages the AFL have no real advantage on FTA because Melbourne and Sydney effectively get the same number of FTA games a year. Perth get 8 more but only a small proportion are in prime time and the majority are on 7mate.

Yes we target home markets, but this applies to Perth and Adelaide only, and is primarily because we have more home markets in Australia and more teams in each of those cities than the NRL. The NRL can target our equivalent of the dockers, eagles, crows and power in a single game, which they do most weeks.

And you claim the number of games is equal which is completely misleading. SHowing games concurrently effectively rates as one game, so the number of games is far from equal
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Tell me in simple terms, like your explaining it to a 3 year old. Why do you need 2 matches to target your teams?
Why isn't Friday set up alright?

We've Played 3 games each week this year compared to your 4.5. In a few weeks we will have a week have a round where we play 4. But you will play 5.5 matches. And over the Origin period there are weeks where we have just 2 matches . Maybe its only in your mind there equal!

And poor disadvantaged Perth, 180k exrtra on Saturdays game. Sundays still to come as is Adelaide , Sydney and Brisbane :blahblah: :blahblah: :blahblah: there even :bounce: there even , there even[-(
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pussycat wrote: Mon Apr 08, 2019 9:26 am Tell me in simple terms, like your explaining it to a 3 year old. Why do you need 2 matches to target your teams?
Why isn't Friday set up alright?
Simple. The NRL can target Brisbane using a game involving the Broncos. Where as a game involving the Power only targets part of Adelaide because they are one of two Adelaide clubs. Same goes for Perth
We've Played 3 games each week this year compared to your 4.5. In a few weeks we will have a week have a round where we play 4. But you will play 5.5 matches. And over the Origin period there are weeks where we have just 2 matches . Maybe in your mind there equal
I've added the FTA games up already. We have 2 less rounds, you have 4 games per round in the last 4 rounds, and we often have 3 games in a round. The difference in FTA games over the season is small or even equal


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The_Wookie wrote: Fri Apr 05, 2019 4:58 pm
leeroy*NRL* wrote: Fri Apr 05, 2019 4:08 pm

yeah i understood that.. just never knew it would lift the figures as much as it has...
Victoria typically rates about 80-100k
WA and Tas about 40 each
SA has no separate regional ratings
NT has no ratings
Queensland and NSW wales typically rate as much if note more in the regions as they do metro.
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How do you explain this>>>

1 NRL GAME

DOGS V STORM SUNDAY AFTERNOON>>
NRL 351k Metro +201 REG
+ FOX 258k

= 810K


3 AFL GAMES

Sevens AFL - Metro 360k, Reg 148k, Nat 508k
1st game shown at 2:20pm
2nd game shown at 3:20pm
3rd game shown at 5:20pm
plus FOX
AFL FREMANTLE V ST KILDA FOX FOOTY 166,000
AFL WESTERN BULLDOGS V GOLD COAST FOX FOOTY 141,000
AFL HAWTHORN V NORTH MELBOURNE FOX SPORTS 503 109,000

=924k


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leeroy*NRL* wrote: Mon Apr 08, 2019 10:12 am How do you explain this>>>

1 NRL GAME

DOGS V STORM SUNDAY AFTERNOON>>
NRL 351k Metro +201 REG
+ FOX 258k

= 810K


3 AFL GAMES

Sevens AFL - Metro 360k, Reg 148k, Nat 508k
1st game shown at 2:20pm
2nd game shown at 3:20pm
3rd game shown at 5:20pm
plus FOX
AFL FREMANTLE V ST KILDA FOX FOOTY 166,000
AFL WESTERN BULLDOGS V GOLD COAST FOX FOOTY 141,000
AFL HAWTHORN V NORTH MELBOURNE FOX SPORTS 503 109,000

=924k
A few reasons:

- all 3 AFL games overlap which splits the ratings hence foxtel is well below 200k
- there are 9 hours of AFL compared to only 2hrs of NRL. People are far more likely to tune in to a few hours than 9


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NlolRL wrote: Mon Apr 08, 2019 7:50 am
Terry wrote: Sun Apr 07, 2019 8:57 pm
Pal, are we going to be in the goldfish bowl all season with this? It's been done, argued, debated, cut, sliced and diced over and over and over and over again.

Bottom line: AFL have some games clashing. This no doubt effects ratings-downward. They also have FTA into all home markets. This no doubt effects ratings-upward.

NRL has only 3 games per week on FTA. This no doubt effects ratings-downward compared to AFL. They also only get ratings for 15.5 teams compared to 18 due to one team being in NZ-downward.

AFL win most Friday's head to head. Great. NRL has 3 levels of competition - domestic, SOO & international. SOO get massive ratings-upward. Internationals rate more than the AFL,s best games-upward.

Both games have their strengths and weaknesses in scheduling and overall viewership of the varying levels of each game.

Bottom line: Last year RL smashed AFL. This year AFL is tracking a bit better and RL a bit worse. It will be closer but I suspect RL will win again. All levels of the game that is. With an even amount of games counted.

Hope that helps. No doubt the remaining 2 fumbleball nutters will beg to differ. Dills!!
Yeah, I beg to differ. As I've shown in the last few pages the AFL have no real advantage on FTA because Melbourne and Sydney effectively get the same number of FTA games a year. Perth get 8 more but only a small proportion are in prime time and the majority are on 7mate.

Yes we target home markets, but this applies to Perth and Adelaide only, and is primarily because we have more home markets in Australia and more teams in each of those cities than the NRL. The NRL can target our equivalent of the dockers, eagles, crows and power in a single game, which they do most weeks.

And you claim the number of games is equal which is completely misleading. SHowing games concurrently effectively rates as one game, so the number of games is far from equal
You don't seem to get it pal, basically I don't care about your BS excuses, whingeing and whining. The AFL does their best. They've got what they've got. The numbers are the numbers. I don't know how many times I gotta say this - if you don't like it lobby fumblehouse to change. Until they do cop it sweet like a grown up please!!!

I suspect we'll be straight back into the goldfish bowl once again with this base level idiocy.


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Terry wrote: Mon Apr 08, 2019 10:52 am
NlolRL wrote: Mon Apr 08, 2019 7:50 am
Terry wrote: Sun Apr 07, 2019 8:57 pm
Pal, are we going to be in the goldfish bowl all season with this? It's been done, argued, debated, cut, sliced and diced over and over and over and over again.

Bottom line: AFL have some games clashing. This no doubt effects ratings-downward. They also have FTA into all home markets. This no doubt effects ratings-upward.

NRL has only 3 games per week on FTA. This no doubt effects ratings-downward compared to AFL. They also only get ratings for 15.5 teams compared to 18 due to one team being in NZ-downward.

AFL win most Friday's head to head. Great. NRL has 3 levels of competition - domestic, SOO & international. SOO get massive ratings-upward. Internationals rate more than the AFL,s best games-upward.

Both games have their strengths and weaknesses in scheduling and overall viewership of the varying levels of each game.

Bottom line: Last year RL smashed AFL. This year AFL is tracking a bit better and RL a bit worse. It will be closer but I suspect RL will win again. All levels of the game that is. With an even amount of games counted.

Hope that helps. No doubt the remaining 2 fumbleball nutters will beg to differ. Dills!!
Yeah, I beg to differ. As I've shown in the last few pages the AFL have no real advantage on FTA because Melbourne and Sydney effectively get the same number of FTA games a year. Perth get 8 more but only a small proportion are in prime time and the majority are on 7mate.

Yes we target home markets, but this applies to Perth and Adelaide only, and is primarily because we have more home markets in Australia and more teams in each of those cities than the NRL. The NRL can target our equivalent of the dockers, eagles, crows and power in a single game, which they do most weeks.

And you claim the number of games is equal which is completely misleading. SHowing games concurrently effectively rates as one game, so the number of games is far from equal
You don't seem to get it pal, basically I don't care about your BS excuses, whingeing and whining. The AFL does their best. They've got what they've got. The numbers are the numbers. I don't know how many times I gotta say this - if you don't like it lobby fumblehouse to change. Until they do cop it sweet like a grown up please!!!

I suspect we'll be straight back into the goldfish bowl once again with this base level idiocy.
I know you dont care, you want to stick to your delusion no matter what. However, dont expect us to agree with it.


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NlolRL wrote: Mon Apr 08, 2019 10:19 am
leeroy*NRL* wrote: Mon Apr 08, 2019 10:12 am How do you explain this>>>

1 NRL GAME

DOGS V STORM SUNDAY AFTERNOON>>
NRL 351k Metro +201 REG
+ FOX 258k

= 810K


3 AFL GAMES

Sevens AFL - Metro 360k, Reg 148k, Nat 508k
1st game shown at 2:20pm
2nd game shown at 3:20pm
3rd game shown at 5:20pm
plus FOX
AFL FREMANTLE V ST KILDA FOX FOOTY 166,000
AFL WESTERN BULLDOGS V GOLD COAST FOX FOOTY 141,000
AFL HAWTHORN V NORTH MELBOURNE FOX SPORTS 503 109,000

=924k
A few reasons:

- all 3 AFL games overlap which splits the ratings hence foxtel is well below 200k
- there are 9 hours of AFL compared to only 2hrs of NRL. People are far more likely to tune in to a few hours than 9
ok Fair,

though a few things>>

these 3 multiple games were broadcast in too multiple states on FTA
FREMANTLE GAME into PERTH
GOLD COAST INTO QLD
AND two melbourne teams into VICTORIA>
two of the games could of almost been watched entirely.

also the next NRL game at 6pm rated 278k


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leeroy*NRL* wrote: Mon Apr 08, 2019 11:06 am
NlolRL wrote: Mon Apr 08, 2019 10:19 am
leeroy*NRL* wrote: Mon Apr 08, 2019 10:12 am How do you explain this>>>

1 NRL GAME

DOGS V STORM SUNDAY AFTERNOON>>
NRL 351k Metro +201 REG
+ FOX 258k

= 810K


3 AFL GAMES

Sevens AFL - Metro 360k, Reg 148k, Nat 508k
1st game shown at 2:20pm
2nd game shown at 3:20pm
3rd game shown at 5:20pm
plus FOX
AFL FREMANTLE V ST KILDA FOX FOOTY 166,000
AFL WESTERN BULLDOGS V GOLD COAST FOX FOOTY 141,000
AFL HAWTHORN V NORTH MELBOURNE FOX SPORTS 503 109,000

=924k
A few reasons:

- all 3 AFL games overlap which splits the ratings hence foxtel is well below 200k
- there are 9 hours of AFL compared to only 2hrs of NRL. People are far more likely to tune in to a few hours than 9
ok Fair,

though a few things>>

these 3 multiple games were broadcast in too multiple states on FTA
FREMANTLE GAME into PERTH
GOLD COAST INTO QLD
AND two melbourne teams into VICTORIA>
two of the games could of almost been watched entirely.

also the next NRL game at 6pm rated 278k
The 6pm NRL game was exclusive to fox and not shown against another game.

GC into QLD isnt going to rate higher than any other AFL game in QLD.


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Oh dear . It's gunna be a long long year .


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leeroy*NRL* wrote: Mon Apr 08, 2019 11:06 am
NlolRL wrote: Mon Apr 08, 2019 10:19 am
leeroy*NRL* wrote: Mon Apr 08, 2019 10:12 am How do you explain this>>>

1 NRL GAME

DOGS V STORM SUNDAY AFTERNOON>>
NRL 351k Metro +201 REG
+ FOX 258k

= 810K


3 AFL GAMES

Sevens AFL - Metro 360k, Reg 148k, Nat 508k
1st game shown at 2:20pm
2nd game shown at 3:20pm
3rd game shown at 5:20pm
plus FOX
AFL FREMANTLE V ST KILDA FOX FOOTY 166,000
AFL WESTERN BULLDOGS V GOLD COAST FOX FOOTY 141,000
AFL HAWTHORN V NORTH MELBOURNE FOX SPORTS 503 109,000

=924k
A few reasons:

- all 3 AFL games overlap which splits the ratings hence foxtel is well below 200k
- there are 9 hours of AFL compared to only 2hrs of NRL. People are far more likely to tune in to a few hours than 9
ok Fair,

though a few things>>

these 3 multiple games were broadcast in too multiple states on FTA
FREMANTLE GAME into PERTH
GOLD COAST INTO QLD
AND two melbourne teams into VICTORIA>
two of the games could of almost been watched entirely.

also the next NRL game at 6pm rated 278k
NlolRL wrote: Mon Apr 08, 2019 10:19 am
leeroy*NRL* wrote: Mon Apr 08, 2019 10:12 am How do you explain this>>>

1 NRL GAME

DOGS V STORM SUNDAY AFTERNOON>>
NRL 351k Metro +201 REG
+ FOX 258k

= 810K


3 AFL GAMES

Sevens AFL - Metro 360k, Reg 148k, Nat 508k
1st game shown at 2:20pm
2nd game shown at 3:20pm
3rd game shown at 5:20pm
plus FOX
AFL FREMANTLE V ST KILDA FOX FOOTY 166,000
AFL WESTERN BULLDOGS V GOLD COAST FOX FOOTY 141,000
AFL HAWTHORN V NORTH MELBOURNE FOX SPORTS 503 109,000

=924k
A few reasons:

- all 3 AFL games overlap which splits the ratings hence foxtel is well below 200k
- there are 9 hours of AFL compared to only 2hrs of NRL. People are far more likely to tune in to a few hours than 9

2/3 of people can watch just 1 match in the AFL or NRL.

By showing the home team into every state on FTA it more than that makes up for any overlapping. Its also pretty clear most of these matches are just the left over games. the likes of the Bulldogs, North's, freemantle ratings would have decreased not risen as people tuned out to watch the news. Or something of interest like there grass grow).

And there was a second NRL game it got 280k :rock: :rock: :rock: :cheers:


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AFLcrap1 wrote: Mon Apr 08, 2019 11:44 am Oh dear . It's gunna be a long long year .
A long year of watching Nlol pick you guys apart, leaving you to resort to this type of response?

Could be interesting.


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