Fight Club - Football TV Ratings

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The_Wookie wrote: Mon Sep 16, 2019 1:26 pm
Pretty impressive figures for RL. A massive 53 games less but an aggregate win and absolute thrashing in the averages 497k V 395k.

With more finals games, ladies comp, Nine's & internationals to come RL will easily win aggregate and averages for the year. And still with less games than the AFL.

Great stuff!!!!
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Terry wrote: Tue Sep 17, 2019 8:44 am
The_Wookie wrote: Mon Sep 16, 2019 6:29 pm
Terry wrote: Mon Sep 16, 2019 4:31 pm The NRL could and should do better with sponsorship but the difference in total revenue gets less each year. 2012: AFL 471M v NRL 185M. 2018: AFL 668M v NRL 500M.
Ok.

Actual 2012 Figures
NRL Consolidated Revenue $185,668,000 (NRL last year of broadcast deal)
AFL Consolidated Revenue $471,493,000 (AFL first year of new broadcast deal)
Difference: $285,825,000

Actual 2018 figures
NRL Consolidated Revenue $499,940,000
AFL Consolidated Revenue $778,596,000 (its kind of odd that this is the only one where you dont cite consolidated revenue for either the AFL or NRL)
Difference: $278,656,000

oh yes, you've gained...$7,169,000 after 6 years.
The hope would be that when V'Landys takes over he can monetise sponsorship & other opportunities which he has done for Racing in NSW.
Unlike Racing NSW he cant just throw more prize money at it and hope it sticks.
Thanks for that Wookie. I must have missed the bottom line of the 2018 reports.

None the less my point stands. In 2012 the NRL's revenue was 39% that of the AFL's. In 2018 it was 65%. The gap is being reduced since the Commission has taken over.

I would never expect you would to say anything, anytime positive or advantageous about RL. Particularly on this site as you have previously stated.

As for V'landys he has been widely acknowledged as being the best sports administrator in Australia. You will rail about that of course.

I suspect he hasn't taken the job for his health & has a plan for the future. I await the outcome. Nothing he does will impress you!!!! No surprises there.
That’s due to coming from such a low base in the first place The nrlols base has grown. But so has the afl

Learn to read Wookiea numbers! It’s fuck all the gap you have closed in on :lol:


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Terry wrote: Tue Sep 17, 2019 8:54 am
The_Wookie wrote: Mon Sep 16, 2019 1:26 pm
Pretty impressive figures for RL. A massive 53 games less but an aggregate win and absolute thrashing in the averages 497k V 395k.

With more finals games, ladies comp, Nine's & internationals to come RL will easily win aggregate and averages for the year. And still with less games than the AFL.

Great stuff!!!!
Agsin all down to scheduling

Just sit back and watch the finals and check the rating numbers
Then you’ll see how it plays a factor :wave:


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notaleaguefan wrote: Tue Sep 17, 2019 10:23 am
Terry wrote: Tue Sep 17, 2019 8:54 am
The_Wookie wrote: Mon Sep 16, 2019 1:26 pm
Pretty impressive figures for RL. A massive 53 games less but an aggregate win and absolute thrashing in the averages 497k V 395k.

With more finals games, ladies comp, Nine's & internationals to come RL will easily win aggregate and averages for the year. And still with less games than the AFL.

Great stuff!!!!
Agsin all down to scheduling

Just sit back and watch the finals and check the rating numbers
Then you’ll see how it plays a factor :wave:
Idiots will be idiots!!!!


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notaleaguefan wrote: Tue Sep 17, 2019 10:21 am
Terry wrote: Tue Sep 17, 2019 8:44 am
The_Wookie wrote: Mon Sep 16, 2019 6:29 pm

Ok.

Actual 2012 Figures
NRL Consolidated Revenue $185,668,000 (NRL last year of broadcast deal)
AFL Consolidated Revenue $471,493,000 (AFL first year of new broadcast deal)
Difference: $285,825,000

Actual 2018 figures
NRL Consolidated Revenue $499,940,000
AFL Consolidated Revenue $778,596,000 (its kind of odd that this is the only one where you dont cite consolidated revenue for either the AFL or NRL)
Difference: $278,656,000

oh yes, you've gained...$7,169,000 after 6 years.



Unlike Racing NSW he cant just throw more prize money at it and hope it sticks.
Thanks for that Wookie. I must have missed the bottom line of the 2018 reports.

None the less my point stands. In 2012 the NRL's revenue was 39% that of the AFL's. In 2018 it was 65%. The gap is being reduced since the Commission has taken over.

I would never expect you would to say anything, anytime positive or advantageous about RL. Particularly on this site as you have previously stated.

As for V'landys he has been widely acknowledged as being the best sports administrator in Australia. You will rail about that of course.

I suspect he hasn't taken the job for his health & has a plan for the future. I await the outcome. Nothing he does will impress you!!!! No surprises there.
That’s due to coming from such a low base in the first place The nrlols base has grown. But so has the afl

Learn to read Wookiea numbers! It’s fuck all the gap you have closed in on :lol:
Latest news: Idiots have no idea about percentages. In fact they have no idea period!!!!!!


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Terry wrote: Tue Sep 17, 2019 10:46 am
notaleaguefan wrote: Tue Sep 17, 2019 10:21 am
Terry wrote: Tue Sep 17, 2019 8:44 am

Thanks for that Wookie. I must have missed the bottom line of the 2018 reports.

None the less my point stands. In 2012 the NRL's revenue was 39% that of the AFL's. In 2018 it was 65%. The gap is being reduced since the Commission has taken over.

I would never expect you would to say anything, anytime positive or advantageous about RL. Particularly on this site as you have previously stated.

As for V'landys he has been widely acknowledged as being the best sports administrator in Australia. You will rail about that of course.

I suspect he hasn't taken the job for his health & has a plan for the future. I await the outcome. Nothing he does will impress you!!!! No surprises there.
That’s due to coming from such a low base in the first place The nrlols base has grown. But so has the afl

Learn to read Wookiea numbers! It’s fuck all the gap you have closed in on :lol:
Latest news: Idiots have no idea about percentages. In fact they have no idea period!!!!!!
7 million in 6 years :)))

Big inroads :lol:


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Terry wrote: Tue Sep 17, 2019 8:44 am Thanks for that Wookie. I must have missed the bottom line of the 2018 reports.

None the less my point stands. In 2012 the NRL's revenue was 39% that of the AFL's. In 2018 it was 65%. The gap is being reduced since the Commission has taken over.
In the meantime, the actual gap has stayed relatively the same.
I would never expect you would to say anything, anytime positive or advantageous about RL. Particularly on this site as you have previously stated.
Its almost like I never post anything favourable about NRL tv ratings or anything. I even approved of Magic Round, even if I dont agree with some of the crowd figures presented.
As for V'landys he has been widely acknowledged as being the best sports administrator in Australia. You will rail about that of course.
Widely acknowledged? By who? Folks at the NRL and Racing NSW (of which Tony Shepherd of GWS is also a director) are hardly going to slam him.
I suspect he hasn't taken the job for his health & has a plan for the future. I await the outcome. Nothing he does will impress you!!!! No surprises there.
If he does well it will impress me. And it takes more than just getting tv rights money or increasing ticket prices to do that.


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Wookie, what are figures for non-broadcast revenue?


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The_Wookie wrote: Tue Sep 17, 2019 1:25 pm
Terry wrote: Tue Sep 17, 2019 8:44 am Thanks for that Wookie. I must have missed the bottom line of the 2018 reports.

None the less my point stands. In 2012 the NRL's revenue was 39% that of the AFL's. In 2018 it was 65%. The gap is being reduced since the Commission has taken over.
In the meantime, the actual gap has stayed relatively the same.
I would never expect you would to say anything, anytime positive or advantageous about RL. Particularly on this site as you have previously stated.
Its almost like I never post anything favourable about NRL tv ratings or anything. I even approved of Magic Round, even if I dont agree with some of the crowd figures presented.
As for V'landys he has been widely acknowledged as being the best sports administrator in Australia. You will rail about that of course.
Widely acknowledged? By who? Folks at the NRL and Racing NSW (of which Tony Shepherd of GWS is also a director) are hardly going to slam him.
I suspect he hasn't taken the job for his health & has a plan for the future. I await the outcome. Nothing he does will impress you!!!! No surprises there.
If he does well it will impress me. And it takes more than just getting tv rights money or increasing ticket prices to do that.
The actual gap has remained the same coming off very much lower bases. The NRL is now a 1/2B a year business and the AFL 3/4B. The percentage gap has closed significantly.

As for the rest who cares?? You have opinions like every other mug here. Nothing more, nothing less!!!


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Terry wrote: Tue Sep 17, 2019 1:51 pm The actual gap has remained the same coming off very much lower bases. The NRL is now a 1/2B a year business and the AFL 3/4B. The percentage gap has closed significantly.
and in real terms the gap hasnt closed at all.
As for the rest who cares?? You have opinions like every other mug here. Nothing more, nothing less!!!
If thats what helps you sleep at night, terry, then good for you.


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pussycat wrote: Tue Sep 17, 2019 1:43 pm Wookie, what are figures for non-broadcast revenue?
Dont bother asking me questions, Im just a mug with an opinion that doesnt matter.

But since you have

2018 Nonbroadcast revenues
AFL $387.273m
NRL $167.247m

2012 Non broadcast revenues
AFL $212.276m
NRL $84.105m

2018 Gain
AFL $174.997m (82%)
NRL $83.142m (99%)

NRL bigger percentage increase but from a lower base. In real terms, AFL non broadcast revenue doubled that of the NRL.
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The_Wookie wrote: Tue Sep 17, 2019 2:28 pm
Terry wrote: Tue Sep 17, 2019 1:51 pm The actual gap has remained the same coming off very much lower bases. The NRL is now a 1/2B a year business and the AFL 3/4B. The percentage gap has closed significantly.
and in real terms the gap hasnt closed at all.
As for the rest who cares?? You have opinions like every other mug here. Nothing more, nothing less!!!
If thats what helps you sleep at night, terry, then good for you.
No problems pal! I have opinions of you that don't match your assumptions of relevance. Simple as that!!!


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Terry wrote: Tue Sep 17, 2019 8:49 pm
The_Wookie wrote: Tue Sep 17, 2019 2:28 pm
Terry wrote: Tue Sep 17, 2019 1:51 pm The actual gap has remained the same coming off very much lower bases. The NRL is now a 1/2B a year business and the AFL 3/4B. The percentage gap has closed significantly.
and in real terms the gap hasnt closed at all.
As for the rest who cares?? You have opinions like every other mug here. Nothing more, nothing less!!!
If thats what helps you sleep at night, terry, then good for you.
No problems pal! I have opinions of you that don't match your assumptions of relevance. Simple as that!!!
Thats good, then. Cause I dont need this shit from you after every post, so you can fuck off to some other forum where i dont have to read your shit. Oh and to be clear, this isnt an invitation.


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Terry wrote: Tue Sep 17, 2019 8:49 pm
The_Wookie wrote: Tue Sep 17, 2019 2:28 pm
Terry wrote: Tue Sep 17, 2019 1:51 pm The actual gap has remained the same coming off very much lower bases. The NRL is now a 1/2B a year business and the AFL 3/4B. The percentage gap has closed significantly.
and in real terms the gap hasnt closed at all.
As for the rest who cares?? You have opinions like every other mug here. Nothing more, nothing less!!!
If thats what helps you sleep at night, terry, then good for you.
No problems pal! I have opinions of you that don't match your assumptions of relevance. Simple as that!!!
Your assumptions may be correct in the wacky world of terry lolololoon land!
But is today incorrect in reality!


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Lets see. Back in 2012 our revenue was about 40% of yours, 5 years later it about two thirds of yours. In my book that a sizeable increase in just 6 year. It also needs to be taken into account that your revenue number would be boosted by being in the second year of $2b TV contract while we were still in our 1st.
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