Fight Club - Football TV Ratings

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pussycat wrote: Mon Apr 08, 2019 11:51 am
leeroy*NRL* wrote: Mon Apr 08, 2019 11:06 am
NlolRL wrote: Mon Apr 08, 2019 10:19 am
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:
How many times does it need to explained to you? The heartland markets which see their side on FTA are perth and adelaide, not melbourne.

Did docker fans get to see their club play on fta? Yes. Did broncos fans get to see their club on fta? Yes.

Both codes have this advantage. The AFL need more games to do it though.
Yes the AFL show adelaide clubs and perth clubs into their respective cities more often than broncos into brisbane, but that doesnt cover the loss they get from concurrent scheduling, not be a long shot


It has nothing to do with left over games. Melb v ess was probably the worst matchul of the round and got well over 1mil viewers
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NlolRL wrote: Mon Apr 08, 2019 12:24 pm
pussycat wrote: Mon Apr 08, 2019 11:51 am
leeroy*NRL* wrote: Mon Apr 08, 2019 11:06 am

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
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:
How many times does it need to explained to you? The heartland markets which see their side on FTA are perth and adelaide, not melbourne.

Did docker fans get to see their club play on fta? Yes. Did broncos fans get to see their club on fta? Yes.

Both codes have this advantage. The AFL need more games to do it though.
Yes the AFL show adelaide clubs and perth clubs into their respective cities more often than broncos into brisbane, but that doesnt cover the loss they get from concurrent scheduling, not be a long shot


It has nothing to do with left over games. Melb v ess was probably the worst matchul of the round and got well over 1mil viewers
This has got to be the most boring, tedious, goldfish bowl lapping of all time. We all know what the arguments are pal!!!!! Telling us over and over again day after day won't achieve anything.

Both codes have pluses and minuses in their scheduling. What you have is opinions as to the respective effects. They are biased. They are not fact. You do not know exactly what the effect is for each code. Get it pal? You have an opinion!!!!!

Now get over it and stop lapping the bowl pal. You're as boring as bat shit!!!!


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Terry wrote: Mon Apr 08, 2019 1:06 pm

This has got to be the most boring, tedious, goldfish bowl lapping of all time. We all know what the arguments are pal!!!!! Telling us over and over again day after day won't achieve anything.

Both codes have pluses and minuses in their scheduling. What you have is opinions as to the respective effects. They are biased. They are not fact. You do not know exactly what the effect is for each code. Get it pal? You have an opinion!!!!!

Now get over it and stop lapping the bowl pal. You're as boring as bat shit!!!!
Just like Pussy's opinion that targeted games negate the negative effect of concurrent scheduling entirely.

If you cant handle the debate Terry kindly fuck off and leave it those who can.


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i seem to come to the assumption..

that the AFL do this type of scheduling for a reason.
it benefits them and the Networks.

taking in sunday for example>> if the AFL wanted no overlaps in games..
it was well very easily to do so..

instead of >>>>>>> it could of been>>>>>>
GAME 1 > 2:20pm >>>>> 1:00pm
GAME 2 > 3:20pm >>>>> 3:20pm
GAME 3 > 5:20pm >>>>> 5:50pm

but they AFL do not change this..


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leeroy*NRL* wrote: Mon Apr 08, 2019 1:36 pm i seem to come to the assumption..

that the AFL do this type of scheduling for a reason.
it benefits them and the Networks.

taking in sunday for example>> if the AFL wanted no overlaps in games..
it was well very easily to do so..

instead of >>>>>>> it could of been>>>>>>
GAME 1 > 2:20pm >>>>> 1:00pm
GAME 2 > 3:20pm >>>>> 3:20pm
GAME 3 > 5:20pm >>>>> 5:50pm

but they AFL do not change this..
your example schedule is the same as current......


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LOL in the first 13 rounds the Dockers fans can watch there team at least 50 times.

In the first 14 rounds the Broncos fans can watch there fans 44 times. Comprehendo?


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pussycat wrote: Mon Apr 08, 2019 1:44 pm LOL in the first 13 rounds the Dockers fans can watch there team at least 50 times.

In the first 14 rounds the Broncos fans can watch there fans 44 times. Comprehendo?
How does a docker fan watch their side play 50 times in 13 rounds? :[]


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NlolRL wrote: Mon Apr 08, 2019 1:40 pm
leeroy*NRL* wrote: Mon Apr 08, 2019 1:36 pm i seem to come to the assumption..

that the AFL do this type of scheduling for a reason.
it benefits them and the Networks.

taking in sunday for example>> if the AFL wanted no overlaps in games..
it was well very easily to do so..

instead of >>>>>>> it could of been>>>>>>
GAME 1 > 2:20pm >>>>> 1:00pm
GAME 2 > 3:20pm >>>>> 3:20pm
GAME 3 > 5:20pm >>>>> 5:50pm

but they AFL do not change this..
your example schedule is the same as current......
no its not>> i have changed the times>>
AFL does not go longer than 2hrs 30mins


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leeroy*NRL* wrote: Mon Apr 08, 2019 2:02 pm
NlolRL wrote: Mon Apr 08, 2019 1:40 pm
leeroy*NRL* wrote: Mon Apr 08, 2019 1:36 pm i seem to come to the assumption..

that the AFL do this type of scheduling for a reason.
it benefits them and the Networks.

taking in sunday for example>> if the AFL wanted no overlaps in games..
it was well very easily to do so..

instead of >>>>>>> it could of been>>>>>>
GAME 1 > 2:20pm >>>>> 1:00pm
GAME 2 > 3:20pm >>>>> 3:20pm
GAME 3 > 5:20pm >>>>> 5:50pm

but they AFL do not change this..
your example schedule is the same as current......
no its not>> i have changed the times>>
AFL does not go longer than 2hrs 30mins
Oh, you've changed the starting times for the first and last game. Got it. While this would improve ratings for each game the early and late games wouldnt be appealing for fans. Who would want to go to a 5.50pm game?


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NlolRL wrote: Mon Apr 08, 2019 2:11 pm
leeroy*NRL* wrote: Mon Apr 08, 2019 2:02 pm
NlolRL wrote: Mon Apr 08, 2019 1:40 pm
your example schedule is the same as current......
no its not>> i have changed the times>>
AFL does not go longer than 2hrs 30mins
Oh, you've changed the starting times for the first and last game. Got it. While this would improve ratings for each game the early and late games wouldnt be appealing for fans. Who would want to go to a 5.50pm game?
5:50pm to 5:20pm is not really much of difference..
and this is played in Perth which would begin at 3:50pm instead of 3:20pm

i think if the AFL could make extra ratings in a big way they would of done it already..


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NlolRL wrote: Mon Apr 08, 2019 1:46 pm
pussycat wrote: Mon Apr 08, 2019 1:44 pm LOL in the first 13 rounds the Dockers fans can watch there team at least 50 times.

In the first 14 rounds the Broncos fans can watch there fans 44 times. Comprehendo?
How does a docker fan watch their side play 50 times in 13 rounds? :[]
Sorry, that should read a Perth FTA viewer can watch 50 matches in the first 13 rounds. just as it should read a Qld viewer can watch just 44 matches in the first 14 rounds.


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leeroy*NRL* wrote: Mon Apr 08, 2019 2:27 pm
NlolRL wrote: Mon Apr 08, 2019 2:11 pm
leeroy*NRL* wrote: Mon Apr 08, 2019 2:02 pm

no its not>> i have changed the times>>
AFL does not go longer than 2hrs 30mins
Oh, you've changed the starting times for the first and last game. Got it. While this would improve ratings for each game the early and late games wouldnt be appealing for fans. Who would want to go to a 5.50pm game?
5:50pm to 5:20pm is not really much of difference..
and this is played in Perth which would begin at 3:50pm instead of 3:20pm

i think if the AFL could make extra ratings in a big way they would of done it already..
Remember, the FTA ratings would remain similar, it would be fox ratings that would mainly increase. However for foxtel, subscriptions are what they want, not ratings.


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pussycat wrote: Mon Apr 08, 2019 2:35 pm
NlolRL wrote: Mon Apr 08, 2019 1:46 pm
pussycat wrote: Mon Apr 08, 2019 1:44 pm LOL in the first 13 rounds the Dockers fans can watch there team at least 50 times.

In the first 14 rounds the Broncos fans can watch there fans 44 times. Comprehendo?
How does a docker fan watch their side play 50 times in 13 rounds? :[]
Sorry, that should read a Perth FTA viewer can watch 50 matches in the first 13 rounds. just as it should read a Qld viewer can watch just 44 matches in the first 14 rounds.
but QLD catch up because their season goes for longer and they have 4 FTA games per round in the last month.

But that's not the topic you raised earlier which was targeted games to home markets


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NlolRL wrote: Mon Apr 08, 2019 2:35 pm
leeroy*NRL* wrote: Mon Apr 08, 2019 2:27 pm
NlolRL wrote: Mon Apr 08, 2019 2:11 pm
Oh, you've changed the starting times for the first and last game. Got it. While this would improve ratings for each game the early and late games wouldnt be appealing for fans. Who would want to go to a 5.50pm game?
5:50pm to 5:20pm is not really much of difference..
and this is played in Perth which would begin at 3:50pm instead of 3:20pm

i think if the AFL could make extra ratings in a big way they would of done it already..
Remember, the FTA ratings would remain similar, it would be fox ratings that would mainly increase. However for foxtel, subscriptions are what they want, not ratings.
yes FTA would remain the same>>
even if FOX would increase>> i think the AFL would jump at it..

but again>> we are back to square 1 >> the AFL remain glued to this type of scheduling

also FOX ratings for sports do matter>> they have advertisements and sponsors who back the content.


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I suppose for the AFL it's a balance. Do they annoy fans with early and lat afternoon game times for a bit more TV revenue?


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