Fight Club - Football TV Ratings

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#AFLTigersDees

•TOTAL: 1.13m

•National (5 city + regional): 836k

-5 City Metro: 611k

>SYD: 40k
>MELB: 376k
>BRIS: 37k
>ADEL: 95k
>PER: 64k (7mate)

-Regional affiliates: 225k

>VIC: 96k
>TAS: 51k

•Fox Footy (national): 292k


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NlolRL wrote: Thu Apr 25, 2019 10:02 pm #AFLTigersDees

•TOTAL: 1.13m

•National (5 city + regional): 836k

-5 City Metro: 611k

>SYD: 40k
>MELB: 376k
>BRIS: 37k
>ADEL: 95k
>PER: 64k (7mate)

-Regional affiliates: 225k

>VIC: 96k
>TAS: 51k

•Fox Footy (national): 292k
Big win for Channel 7 last night in the network shares as a result of the game being broadcast nationwide on their primaty channel as opposed to previous seasons on 7mate.

ABC Network 18.1
Seven Network 32.0
Nine Network 26.9
Network 10 16.5
SBS Network 6.5
https://tvtonight.com.au/2019/04/wednes ... -2019.html

Increased audiences in all markets with the exception of Perth (broadcast on 7mate?)

2018

SEVEN’S AFL: TUESDAY NIGHT FOOTBALL Seven Network 464,000 26,000 281,000 25,000 59,000 73,000
https://tvtonight.com.au/2018/04/tuesda ... -2018.html
Broadcaster ensures Anzac Day Eve clash in HD
Matt Thompson
Apr 16, 2018

CHANNEL Seven will switch its HD signal for the night to ensure the Anzac Day Eve clash between Melbourne and Richmond is shown in high definition on free-to-air television.

For the second year in a row the game will be shown nationally on 7mate and not Seven's main channel.

However, the network has assured AFL fans it will switch it's HD signal for the evening, with Channel 70 set to show the 7mate coverage in the best picture quality available.

https://www.afl.com.au/news/2018-04-16/ ... -eve-clash

2019

SEVEN’S AFL: WEDNESDAY NIGHT FOOTBALL Channel 7 611,000 40,000 376,000 37,000 95,000 64,000
https://tvtonight.com.au/2019/04/wednes ... -2019.html


Goes to show the ongoing difference in audience numbers between the primary and secondary channels.


"One in every 24 Australians is now a member of an AFL club, a sign that the national reach of Australian football has never been greater," League CEO Gillon McLachlan said.
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But the league loonies have repeatedly assured us all at length for a very long time there's no difference between primary and secondary channels.
Simply because of everyone's remote control operational knowledge.
I can't see them changing their tune on this, it would instantly discredit years of debate.
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#TVratings Thursday #AFL #7AFL #AFLDonsPies 1.044m (Metro 779k Regional 266k)
+ LIVE: AFL ESSENDON V COLLINGWOOD FOX FOOTY 315,000
= 1.359m


19 ANZAC DAY NRL LIVE -MATCH Nine 298,000 198,000 0 100,000 0 0
+ LIVE: NRL ROOSTERS V DRAGONS FOX LEAGUE 264,000
= 562k without regionals or 9gem. When these are included they'll be lucky to get 850k

So unless the NRL get 786k for gem and regionals the AFL will go 11-0 this season in head to head ratings :\:

What's more,
18 THURSDAY NIGHT NRL LIVE Nine 310,000 188,000 0 122,000 0 0
3 LIVE: NRL STORM V WARRIORS FOX LEAGUE 258,000
= 568k without gem and regionals. When these are included they'll be lucky to get 850k again

So the AFL DEMOLISHED the NRL during the day AND in prime time :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:
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This means the AFL has rated higher than the NRL in 20 of the last 20 head to head games.

Wow, just wow :wave:


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NlolRL wrote: Fri Apr 26, 2019 11:09 am This means the AFL has rated higher than the NRL in 20 of the last 20 head to head games.

Wow, just wow :wave:

I think you might need to reword that - Games that have atmosphere. :cheers:


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pussycat wrote: Fri Apr 26, 2019 11:58 am
NlolRL wrote: Fri Apr 26, 2019 11:09 am This means the AFL has rated higher than the NRL in 20 of the last 20 head to head games.

Wow, just wow :wave:

I think you might need to reword that - Games that have atmosphere. :cheers:
:hmm:

So none of the NRL's last 9 finals or Thursday/Friday games have had atmosphere?

Maybe that's why you're losing so badly :lol:


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looks like pussy is coming out with the classic excuse of the AFL favouring better teams on Thursdays and Fridays while the NRL share these games amongst their entire comp. Well, lets look at the facts:

In the first 6 rounds the AFL's Thursday and Friday games have involved the following list of clubs, with their ladder position from last season adjacent:
Rich 1
WC 2
Coll 3
Dees 5
Swans 6
Cats 8
Port 10
Ess 11
Crows 12
Dogs 13
Lions 15
Carl 18

If you insert last year's ladder position in the Thursday and Friday schedule then take an average the AFL have a ladder average of 6.9. For context, if the AFL played Rich v WC for all 12 games the figure would be 1.5.

Now the NRL have played the following teams during the same time on Thursdays and Fridays:

Roosters 1
Storm 2
Rabbitohs 3
Sharks 4
Panthers 5
Broncos 6
Dragons 7
Warriors 8
Wests 9
Cowboys 13
Eels 16

If you insert last year's ladder position in the Thursday and Friday schedule then take an average the NRL have a ladder average of 5.4.

SO there we have it, the NRL has been far more focused on better performing teams for their Thursday and Friday games. They've only shown 3 clubs outside the top 8 from last year after 6 rounds. The AFL has shown 6 teams from outside the top 8, which is double.

SO your excuse is busted pussycat. The NRL are getting flogged 20 - 0 for the last 20 head to head games despite having a greater focus on better performing teams.

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pussycat wrote: Fri Apr 26, 2019 11:58 am
NlolRL wrote: Fri Apr 26, 2019 11:09 am This means the AFL has rated higher than the NRL in 20 of the last 20 head to head games.

Wow, just wow :wave:

I think you might need to reword that - Games that have atmosphere. :cheers:
Empty stadiums create atmosphere :-k


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tonight is the NRL's chance to win their first game v game in the last 21. NRL is 3rd v 5th from last year. AFL is 9th vs 10th from last year and 6th v 18th this year with North Melb having an atrocious year.

Should be an easy win for them you'd think


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NRL ON NINE – ANZAC DAY FOOTY

ROUND 7 – ROOSTERS vs DRAGONS

National average audience: 822,000
Nine national average audience: 558,000 (5 City: 317,000 / Regional: 241,000)
Fox League national average audience: 264,000

ROUND 7 – STORM vs WARRIORS

National average audience: 866,000
Nine national average audience: 608,000 (5 City: 354,000 / Regional: 254,000)
Fox League national average audience: 258,000


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The_Wookie wrote: Fri Apr 26, 2019 7:44 pm NRL ON NINE – ANZAC DAY FOOTY

ROUND 7 – ROOSTERS vs DRAGONS

National average audience: 822,000
Nine national average audience: 558,000 (5 City: 317,000 / Regional: 241,000)
Fox League national average audience: 264,000

ROUND 7 – STORM vs WARRIORS

National average audience: 866,000
Nine national average audience: 608,000 (5 City: 354,000 / Regional: 254,000)
Fox League national average audience: 258,000
how did the storm rate in Melbourne?


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NlolRL wrote: Fri Apr 26, 2019 7:52 pm
The_Wookie wrote: Fri Apr 26, 2019 7:44 pm NRL ON NINE – ANZAC DAY FOOTY

ROUND 7 – ROOSTERS vs DRAGONS

National average audience: 822,000
Nine national average audience: 558,000 (5 City: 317,000 / Regional: 241,000)
Fox League national average audience: 264,000

ROUND 7 – STORM vs WARRIORS

National average audience: 866,000
Nine national average audience: 608,000 (5 City: 354,000 / Regional: 254,000)
Fox League national average audience: 258,000
how did the storm rate in Melbourne?
9PR didnt break the figures down.


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Hey Wookie, there's a puzzling trend I hope you can enlighten us on.
Regionals.
Last year the AFL had about 12mil.(I think)
And at the current rate this year it's looking to be closer to 20mil, a 65% increase.
Do you know the factor behind this increased trend?


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Nrlolol wrote: Fri Apr 26, 2019 1:32 pm
pussycat wrote: Fri Apr 26, 2019 11:58 am
NlolRL wrote: Fri Apr 26, 2019 11:09 am This means the AFL has rated higher than the NRL in 20 of the last 20 head to head games.

Wow, just wow :wave:

I think you might need to reword that - Games that have atmosphere. :cheers:
Empty stadiums create atmosphere :-k
Of course they do, that of outer space.


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