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Awaiting Sunday NRL regionals and hopefully streaming numbers.


AFL Finals - Week 1

Port Adelaide vs Geelong - (Friday night - Qualifying Final)
Network Total Sydney Melbourne Brisbane Adelaide Perth
Channel 7 653,000 - 476,000 - 177,000 -
7mate 188,000 39,000 - 49,000 - 99,000
Regional 208,000
Fox Footy 263,000
Kayo TBA
Combined 1,312,000

Sydney vs Greater Western Sydney - (Saturday afternoon - Elimination Final)
Network Total Sydney Melbourne Brisbane Adelaide Perth
Channel 7 693,000 172,000 296,000 56,000 75,000 95,000
7mate - - - - - -
Regional 202,000
Fox Footy 267,000
Kayo / AFL Mini 41,000
Combined 1,203,000

Melbourne vs Brisbane - (Saturday night - Qualifying Final)
Network Total Sydney Melbourne Brisbane Adelaide Perth
Channel 7 684,000 - 475,000 98,000 111,000 -
7mate 138,000 42,000 - - - 96,000
Regional 231,000
Fox Footy 267,000
Kayo TBA
Combined 1,320,000


Western Bulldogs vs Essendon - (Sunday - Elimination Final)
Network Total Sydney Melbourne Brisbane Adelaide Perth
Channel 7 611,000 - 529,000 - 82,000 -
7mate 188,000 30,000 - 41,000 - 108,000
Regional TBA
Fox Footy 291,000
Kayo TBA
Combined TBA





NRL Finals - Week 1

Melbourne vs Manly - (Friday night - Qualifying Final)
Network Total Sydney Melbourne Brisbane Adelaide Perth
Channel 9 505,000 266,000 88,000 151,000 - -
9Gem 13,000 - - - 6,000 7,000
Regional 288,000
Fox League 336,000
Kayo TBA
Combined 1,143,000

Sydney Roosters vs Gold Coast - (Saturday night - Elimination Final)
Network Total Sydney Melbourne Brisbane Adelaide Perth
Channel 9 407,000 282,000 - 125,000 - -
9Gem 46,000 - 29,000 - 6,000 11,000
Regional 252,000
Fox League 344,000
Kayo TBA
Combined 1,049,000

Penrith vs South Sydney - (Saturday night - Qualifying Final)
Network Total Sydney Melbourne Brisbane Adelaide Perth
Channel 9 494,000 365,000 - 129,000 - -
9Gem 42,000 - 29,000 - 6,000 7,000
Regional 317,000
Fox League 382,000
Kayo TBA
Combined 1,235,000

Parramatta vs Newcastle - (Sunday - Elimination Final)
Network Total Sydney Melbourne Brisbane Adelaide Perth
Channel 9 464,000 347,000 - 117,000 - -
9Gem 52,000 - 35,000 - 7,000 10,000
Regional TBA
Fox League 330,000
Kayo TBA
Combined TBA
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I think the 35000 on Gem in Melbourne for Parramatta and Newcastle is pretty good.

Is there a game missing for the AFL as well? Essendon V Bulldogs?

Seems like Week 1 will go to AFL based on what figures we do have.


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Fred wrote: Mon Sep 13, 2021 10:41 am I think the 35000 on Gem in Melbourne for Parramatta and Newcastle is pretty good.

Is there a game missing for the AFL as well? Essendon V Bulldogs?

Seems like Week 1 will go to AFL based on what figures we do have.
Yep my mistake, forgot Bulldogs vs Bombers. Post edited.


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AFL Streaming

Cats game 180k
GWS 170k
Demos 200k
Sun arvo 220k


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pussycat Mark 11 wrote: Mon Sep 13, 2021 11:23 am AFL Streaming

Cats game 180k
GWS 170k
Demos 200k
Sun arvo 220k
Cheers pussycat. Do you have a source and any other streaming figures or regionals for NRL yesterday?


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truthbomber wrote: Mon Sep 13, 2021 7:22 am 20 years ago the derpsters rights were worth double ours
and you still havent caught up
now they're nearly on par
nah
in 20 years ours will be double theirs because they have nowhere to go , nothing more to sell
Sure pal.
its the same old vicderpian crap they've served up for 100 years
because you know Rugby league is such an original feast. lol
this weird little oddity popular only in one half of one country on the entire planet has run its race
sure it has.
while the NRL will in the next 20 years expand to
Brisbane
Perth
Adelaide
Christchurch /Wellington
Will they though. Brisbane isnt even a certainty yet.
further development in
PNG
Tonga
Samoa
Fiji

the international RL pacific test series will become enormous in pacifika in the coming years
up against Union. we'll see.
origin will be played in every state capital every 3 years to sellout crowds
One cant account for the taste of theatre goers.
yep
you're done

see ya :cool:
You know that you shooting your mouth off and pronouncing something done, doesnt make it so right


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Beaussie wrote: Mon Sep 13, 2021 11:37 am
pussycat Mark 11 wrote: Mon Sep 13, 2021 11:23 am AFL Streaming

Cats game 180k
GWS 170k
Demos 200k
Sun arvo 220k
Cheers pussycat. Do you have a source and any other streaming figures or regionals for NRL yesterday?
afl.com.au

these are the numbers with streaming.

2021 Toyota AFL Finals Series Week One – TV Ratings

The total average audience: 5.84 million

15 per cent increase compared to the first week of finals in 2019
12 per cent increase amongst metro FTA TV markets
The highest rating Week One of Finals ever on Foxtel platforms (Foxtel / Kayo / Foxtel Now / Foxtel Go).

Port Adelaide vs. Geelong Cats - Qualifying Final

Overall audience: 1.49 million
Adelaide’s FTA TV audience was 178,000, up 54 per cent compared to the Friday night match in the first week of finals in 2019.

Sydney Swans vs. GWS GIANTS - Elimination Final

Overall audience: 1.33 million (up 16 per cent compared to the same timeslot in 2019)
Sydney’s FTA TV audience was 172,000, the highest ever TV audience in Sydney for the first week of finals.

Melbourne vs. Brisbane Lions - Qualifying Final

Overall audience: 1.52 million (up 22 per cent compared to the same timeslot in 2019)
Brisbane’s TV audience was 103,000, Brisbane’s highest ever Saturday night TV audience in the first week of finals.

Western Bulldogs vs. Essendon - Elimination Final

Overall audience: 1.51 million
Melbourne’s TV audience of 529,000 was the largest Melbourne FTA TV audience for the year.
Western Bulldogs vs. Essendon was the number one streamed AFL game of all time (Kayo / Foxtel Now / Foxtel Go).
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pussycat Mark 11 wrote: Mon Sep 13, 2021 2:03 pm
Beaussie wrote: Mon Sep 13, 2021 11:37 am
pussycat Mark 11 wrote: Mon Sep 13, 2021 11:23 am AFL Streaming

Cats game 180k
GWS 170k
Demos 200k
Sun arvo 220k
Cheers pussycat. Do you have a source and any other streaming figures or regionals for NRL yesterday?
afl.com.au

these are the numbers with streaming.

2021 Toyota AFL Finals Series Week One – TV Ratings

The total average audience: 5.84 million

15 per cent increase compared to the first week of finals in 2019
12 per cent increase amongst metro FTA TV markets
The highest rating Week One of Finals ever on Foxtel platforms (Foxtel / Kayo / Foxtel Now / Foxtel Go).

Port Adelaide vs. Geelong Cats - Qualifying Final

Overall audience: 1.49 million
Adelaide’s FTA TV audience was 178,000, up 54 per cent compared to the Friday night match in the first week of finals in 2019.

Sydney Swans vs. GWS GIANTS - Elimination Final

Overall audience: 1.33 million (up 16 per cent compared to the same timeslot in 2019)
Sydney’s FTA TV audience was 172,000, the highest ever TV audience in Sydney for the first week of finals.

Melbourne vs. Brisbane Lions - Qualifying Final

Overall audience: 1.52 million (up 22 per cent compared to the same timeslot in 2019)
Brisbane’s TV audience was 103,000, Brisbane’s highest ever Saturday night TV audience in the first week of finals.

Western Bulldogs vs. Essendon - Elimination Final

Overall audience: 1.51 million
Melbourne’s TV audience of 529,000 was the largest Melbourne FTA TV audience for the year.
Western Bulldogs vs. Essendon was the number one streamed AFL game of all time (Kayo / Foxtel Now / Foxtel Go).
did 2020 not occur or something ?? :hmm:

why are these bumbling shirt lifters comparing this years numbers to 2019 & not 2020 ???
I'll tell ya why

they're down 750K on 2020 thats why :cool:
They can spin it all they want

even with a 100% increase in streaming , their finals have been a flop in 2021
end of :wink:


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truthbomber wrote: Mon Sep 13, 2021 5:57 pm
pussycat Mark 11 wrote: Mon Sep 13, 2021 2:03 pm
Beaussie wrote: Mon Sep 13, 2021 11:37 am

Cheers pussycat. Do you have a source and any other streaming figures or regionals for NRL yesterday?
afl.com.au

these are the numbers with streaming.

2021 Toyota AFL Finals Series Week One – TV Ratings

The total average audience: 5.84 million

15 per cent increase compared to the first week of finals in 2019
12 per cent increase amongst metro FTA TV markets
The highest rating Week One of Finals ever on Foxtel platforms (Foxtel / Kayo / Foxtel Now / Foxtel Go).

Port Adelaide vs. Geelong Cats - Qualifying Final

Overall audience: 1.49 million
Adelaide’s FTA TV audience was 178,000, up 54 per cent compared to the Friday night match in the first week of finals in 2019.

Sydney Swans vs. GWS GIANTS - Elimination Final

Overall audience: 1.33 million (up 16 per cent compared to the same timeslot in 2019)
Sydney’s FTA TV audience was 172,000, the highest ever TV audience in Sydney for the first week of finals.

Melbourne vs. Brisbane Lions - Qualifying Final

Overall audience: 1.52 million (up 22 per cent compared to the same timeslot in 2019)
Brisbane’s TV audience was 103,000, Brisbane’s highest ever Saturday night TV audience in the first week of finals.

Western Bulldogs vs. Essendon - Elimination Final

Overall audience: 1.51 million
Melbourne’s TV audience of 529,000 was the largest Melbourne FTA TV audience for the year.
Western Bulldogs vs. Essendon was the number one streamed AFL game of all time (Kayo / Foxtel Now / Foxtel Go).
did 2020 not occur or something ?? :hmm:

why are these bumbling shirt lifters comparing this years numbers to 2019 & not 2020 ???
I'll tell ya why

they're down 750K on 2020 thats why :cool:
They can spin it all they want

even with a 100% increase in streaming , their finals have been a flop in 2021
end of :wink:
Dude they outrated nrl in week one. If that's a flop what is the nrl? You're like 12 years old yeah?
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the NRL has knocked it out of the park in week one of its finals

yesterday rated 847K without regionals , so probably 1.2 Million with them
Newcastle is the biggest regional market we have
that would be 373K more then last years sunday total figure of 827K

bringing our week one FTA/foxtel total to 4.627 Million
an increase of almost a million on 2020

a million !! :shock:

wow

now
just need the streaming numbers & they

should be just as astounding & should be well over a million


this round one aint over yet :cool:


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cehar5 wrote: Mon Sep 13, 2021 6:50 pm
truthbomber wrote: Mon Sep 13, 2021 5:57 pm
pussycat Mark 11 wrote: Mon Sep 13, 2021 2:03 pm

afl.com.au

these are the numbers with streaming.

2021 Toyota AFL Finals Series Week One – TV Ratings

The total average audience: 5.84 million

15 per cent increase compared to the first week of finals in 2019
12 per cent increase amongst metro FTA TV markets
The highest rating Week One of Finals ever on Foxtel platforms (Foxtel / Kayo / Foxtel Now / Foxtel Go).

Port Adelaide vs. Geelong Cats - Qualifying Final

Overall audience: 1.49 million
Adelaide’s FTA TV audience was 178,000, up 54 per cent compared to the Friday night match in the first week of finals in 2019.

Sydney Swans vs. GWS GIANTS - Elimination Final

Overall audience: 1.33 million (up 16 per cent compared to the same timeslot in 2019)
Sydney’s FTA TV audience was 172,000, the highest ever TV audience in Sydney for the first week of finals.

Melbourne vs. Brisbane Lions - Qualifying Final

Overall audience: 1.52 million (up 22 per cent compared to the same timeslot in 2019)
Brisbane’s TV audience was 103,000, Brisbane’s highest ever Saturday night TV audience in the first week of finals.

Western Bulldogs vs. Essendon - Elimination Final

Overall audience: 1.51 million
Melbourne’s TV audience of 529,000 was the largest Melbourne FTA TV audience for the year.
Western Bulldogs vs. Essendon was the number one streamed AFL game of all time (Kayo / Foxtel Now / Foxtel Go).
did 2020 not occur or something ?? :hmm:

why are these bumbling shirt lifters comparing this years numbers to 2019 & not 2020 ???
I'll tell ya why

they're down 750K on 2020 thats why :cool:
They can spin it all they want

even with a 100% increase in streaming , their finals have been a flop in 2021
end of :wink:
Dude they outrated nrl in week one. If that's a flop what is the nrl? You're like 12 years old yeah?
you halfwit :lol: :lol: :rofl: :rofl: :(/ :(/
your ratings are down ... thats... down ..760K so far after 3 weeks

while the NRL's are up a million in their first week & with streaming
will just about knock your bumbling abortion off

your hand
make a fist with it

then rain uppercuts on your dribble coated chin you moron


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Bumsniffers wrote: Mon Sep 13, 2021 12:27 pm
truthbomber wrote: Mon Sep 13, 2021 7:22 am 20 years ago the derpsters rights were worth double ours
and you still havent caught up
will & then some derpster
now they're nearly on par
nah
ahhhh yea
in 20 years ours will be double theirs because they have nowhere to go , nothing more to sell
Sure pal.
where are they going ?, what are they selling mong ? :lol: :lol: :rofl: :rofl: :(/ :(/
its the same old vicderpian crap they've served up for 100 years
because you know Rugby league is such an original feast. lol
well as shown , we've got a lot more then .... footsroy v fitscray or whorethorn v collingdon haven't we fumbler ?? :cool:
this weird little oddity popular only in one half of one country on the entire planet has run its race
sure it has.
it very much has as shown above ... your bumbling abortion has nothing
while the NRL will in the next 20 years expand to
Brisbane
Perth
Adelaide
Christchurch /Wellington
Will they though. Brisbane isnt even a certainty yet.
oh, its happening
further development in
PNG
Tonga
Samoa
Fiji

the international RL pacific test series will become enormous in pacifika in the coming years
up against Union. we'll see.
yawnion ?? 8-[ .. :lol: :lol: :lol: :rofl: :rofl: :(/ :(/
a typical bubble dwelling NFI fumbler respsonse there ...
origin will be played in every state capital every 3 years to sellout crowds
One cant account for the taste of theatre goers.
uncoball being the prefect example eh ? :lol:
yep
you're done

see ya :cool:
You know that you shooting your mouth off and pronouncing something done, doesnt make it so right
2 words fumbler

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The opening week of the finals has been a record-breaking ratings bonanza for Fox League. The four finals were the four biggest rugby league games in subscription television history, and may have strengthened the claims for a 17th team as the ARL Commission grapples with its clubs and broadcasters over the prospect of expansion.

News Corp can reveal Saturday night’s game between Penrith and South Sydney was the highest rated rugby league game in subscription television history. The Sydney Roosters and Gold Coast Titans weren’t far behind. Nor were the other two games.

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Keaon Koloamatangi and Dane Gagai were part of one of the biggest games in subscription television history.
Keaon Koloamatangi and Dane Gagai were part of one of the biggest games in subscription television history.

It is understood the Nine Network also enjoyed bumper ratings. The news is a huge boost to the NRL as they continue talks with commercial broadcasters over their deal for 2023 and beyond.

The NRL’s agreement with the Nine Network has just over one year to run and while their has been interest from rival networks, Nine’s determination to retain the rights would no doubt be strengthened given they also enjoyed strong ratings to open the finals.

Remarkably, the game between Souths and Penrith was among the top 10 shows in subscription television history, a sign that the code has put its troubles behind it in the run-in to the grand final.

“To have all four finals the most watched matches of all-time is extraordinary,” Fox Sports executive director Steve Crawley said.
The strong ratings come as the game prepares to make a call on expansion.
The strong ratings come as the game prepares to make a call on expansion.

“Our team of hosts, callers and experts love broadcasting the biggest games of the year. The live drama of Ivan Cleary and Wayne Bennett post-match Saturday night was unmissable television and fresh insight from Luke Keary was terrific.”

The strong ratings come as the game prepares to make a call on expansion. ARL Commission chair Peter V’landys is expected to speak to club bosses in coming weeks about the prospect of adding a 17th team before a final call is made, potentially before the grand final.

The broadcasters will play a pivotal role in the decision and strong ratings are likely to whet their appetite amid concerns over the depth for another side.
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truthbomber wrote: Mon Sep 13, 2021 6:58 pm you halfwit :lol: :lol: :rofl: :rofl: :(/ :(/
your ratings are down ... thats... down ..760K so far after 3 weeks

while the NRL's are up a million in their first week & with streaming
will just about knock your bumbling abortion off
got nothing to do with lockdowns or anything has it by any chance. I mean wasnt that what the excuse was last year with AFL rtatings?
your hand
make a fist with it

then rain uppercuts on your dribble coated chin you moron
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Bumsniffer is'nt Melbourne in lock down ?


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