Terry wrote: ↑Mon May 27, 2019 2:13 pm
pussycat wrote: ↑Mon May 27, 2019 1:51 pm
Terry wrote: ↑Mon May 27, 2019 12:35 pm
Well folks I've just a quick crunch of the numbers and it appears both NRL & AFL got around 3.5 mill for the round. By my quick count RL might narrowly win. Which in real terms is a wacking as we have one less game and no home ratings from one of our teams.
Now I did these numbers very quickly and I could be wrong......I have been before......I think it was 1973...........so if anyone has different calculations let me know.
I think your overestimating just how pathetic these fumblers are. For us, I make it 3.6 , for them about 3.4 with a bit to come. Cant see it being near 200k though.
Yep. That's about what I got. But with one less game and no home ratings for one team it is a good old fashion belting anyway you look at it.
Are the AFL numbers tanking again?? Have the 9 rule changes not changed the mess enough?? Are the fans again turning away??
We got 1.1mil on Friday night for a single game shown in isolation, more than 300k over the NRL. This was EASILY the highest rating game of the round again, and higher than every NRL game this year bar 1
We then squeeze 8 games, or 24 hours of sport, into the next 14-15 hours of telecast and surprise surprise these games rate far far lower on average......
For as often as you ignore this crucial factor I'll remind you, despite claiming I'm in a fishbowl. In truth you're either too stupid to understand this or too disingenuous. I'm undecided at this point, probably both