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Discussion in 'NRL Media Watch' started by LeagueUnlimited News, Feb 23, 2020.

  1. The_Wookie

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    I wouldn't be surprised if the growth in streaming would make up a lot if not all of those

    It really bugs me that streaming numbers aren't widely reported, its literally the easiest of the platforms to actually track accurately
     
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    Streaming almost certainly will make up some if not all of this - the gap was less than 300,000 - and these were streamed on Nine as well, for which we have no data this year at all.
     
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    FTA Metro ratings Finals Week 1
    Fri: Panthers v Roosters Syd 290k Bris 115k Total 405k
    Sat: Storm v Eels Syd 218k Bris 144k Melb 76k Total 438k
    Sat: Raiders V Sharks Syd 164k Bris 116k Total 280k
    Sun: Rabbits v Knights Syd 180k Bris 85k Total 265k
     
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    FRIDAY NIGHT FINALS FOOTY ON NINE

    1ST SEMI-FINAL – ROOSTERS vs RAIDERS


    • 2.039 million people tuned into the 1st Semi-Final on Nine’s Friday Night Finals Footy coverage, LIVE on Nine and 9GEM (National cume reach)

    • Total reach of 2.039 million people is an increase of 11% over the corresponding Semi-Final year-on-year

    • Nine National peak audience: 990,000
    • 5 City: 589,000 / Regional: 401,000

    • Nine National average audience: 781,000
    • (5 City: 489,000 / Regional: 292,000)


    Source: Oz Tam+ Regional Tam, Overnight Data, 1 min cume reach, Friday Night Finals Footy, includes pre and post-match, 9th October 2020, 5 City Metro + Combined Agg Markets, Nine Network + Nine Network Content Affiliates.


    Data :copyright: OzTAM Pty Limited 2020. The Data may not be reproduced, published or communicated (electronically or in hard copy) without the prior written consent of OzTAM.
     
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    2ND SEMI-FINAL - EELS v RABBITOHS


    • 1.926 million people tuned into the 2nd NRL Semi-Final on Nine’s NRL Finals Footy coverage, LIVE on Nine and 9GEM (National cume reach)

    • Nine National peak audience: 1.054 million
    • 5 City: 622,000 / Regional: 432,000

    • Nine National average audience: 836,000
    • (5 City: 513,000 / Regional: 323,000)

    NRLW ROUND TWO


    580,000 people tuned into Nine’s NRLW Round Two coverage, LIVE on Nine and 9GEM (National cume reach)


    WARRIORS v ROOSTERS (coverage from 12:30pm AEDT)


    • Nine National peak audience: 122,000
    • 5 City: 69,000 / Regional: 53,000

    • Metro peak of 69,000 is an increase of 6% over the corresponding game year-on-year


    • Nine National average audience: 68,000
    • (5 City: 44,000 / Regional: 24,000)

    • Metro average of 48,000 is an increase of 5% over the corresponding game year-on-year

    DRAGONS v BRONCOS (coverage from 4:00pm AEDT)


    • Nine National peak audience: 277,000
    • 5 City: 154,000 / Regional: 123,000

    • Metro peak of 154,000 is an increase of 14% over the corresponding game year-on-year
    • Regional peak of 123,000 is an increase of 16% over the corresponding game year-on-year

    • Nine National average audience: 160,000
    • (5 City: 95,000 / Regional: 65,000)

    • Regional average of 65,000 is an increase of 25% over the corresponding game year-on-year
     
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    Week two of footy finals coverage attracted an average national audience of 447K per match across the combined platforms of Foxtel Linear (cable & satellite) and Foxtel Streaming Platforms (Foxtel Go, Foxtel Now and Kayo).

    The rating’s result was up +27% compared with week two of last years finals series and was the all-time highest rating weekend of NRL Finals Footy on Fox League (Foxtel Platforms + Kayo).

    TV Blackbox can reveal Saturday nights coverage of the Eels vs Rabbitohs averaged 448k nationally across Foxtel, Foxtel Now, Foxtel GO and Kayo (pay-tv 331k) (streaming 117k). The combined audience figure made it the 2nd highest ever NRL Finals game on Fox League of all time.

    Nine’s Free-To-Air coverage of the match averaged 836k nationally (513k metro). This puts the final combined FTA+FoxLeague audience for the game at 1.284 million.

    Friday nights Roosters vs Raiders NRL clash averaged 445k nationally (pay-tv 302k) (streaming 143k). The combined audience figure made it the 4th highest ever NRL Finals game on Fox League of all time.

    Nine’s Free-To-Air coverage of the match averaged 781k nationally (489k metro), This puts the final combined FTA+FoxLeague audience for the game at 1.226 million.

    https://tvblackbox.com.au/page/2020...-and-nrl-finals-ratings-to-new-record-levels/
     
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    I'm surprised streaming hasn't caught up to Foxtel yet. Still 2:1 - 3:1 in favour of PTV. Maybe a generational thing?
     
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    Could be closer if you add streaming from 9now and the NRL app - I dont think we have ever had any indication of what numbers from those are like though?
     
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    9 streaming numbers are a week behind - should fall somewhere between 30 and 40,000 per game. Mobile data is real hard to come by, if ever.
     
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    FRIDAY NIGHT FINALS FOOTY ON NINE

    1ST PRELIMINARY FINAL – STORM vs RAIDERS


    • 2.531 million people tuned into the 1st Preliminary Final on Nine’s Friday Night Finals Footy coverage, LIVE on Nine and 9GEM (National cume reach)

    • Total reach of 2.531 million people is an increase of 14% over the corresponding Preliminary Final year-on-year

    • Nine National peak audience: 1.165 million
    • 5 City: 709,000 / Regional: 456,000

    • Nine National average audience: 891,000
    • (5 City: 550,000 / Regional: 341,000)
     
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    2ND PRELIMINARY FINAL - PANTHERS v RABBITOHS


    • 2.215 million people tuned into the 2nd NRL Preliminary Final on Nine’s NRL Finals Footy coverage, LIVE on Nine and 9GEM (National cume reach)

    • Nine National peak audience: 1.217 million
    • 5 City: 724,000 / Regional: 493,000

    • Nine National average audience: 913,000
    • (5 City: 548,000 / Regional: 365,000)

    NRLW ROUND THREE


    572,000 people tuned into Nine’s NRLW Round Three coverage, LIVE on Nine and 9GEM (National cume reach)


    DRAGONS v WARRIORS (coverage from 12:30pm AEDT)


    • Nine National peak audience: 131,000
    • 5 City: 71,000 / Regional: 60,000

    • Metro peak of 69,000 is an increase of 4% over the corresponding game year-on-year

    • Nine National average audience: 66,000
    • (5 City: 47,000 / Regional: 19,000)

    • Metro average of 47,000 is an increase of 4% over the corresponding game year-on-year

    ROOSTERS v BRONCOS (coverage from 4:00pm AEDT)


    • Nine National peak audience: 193,000
    • 5 City: 105,000 / Regional: 88,000

    • Nine National average audience: 97,000
    • (5 City: 60,000 / Regional: 37,000)MO
     
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    GF prediction: 1.77 million metro, 785,000 regionals.
     
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