2020 ratings

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  1. Perth Red

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    That’s why they’ve signed a 5 year deal with hardly any reduction on last deal ($146mill v $150mill).i wonder if our Revised deal with Ch9 is similar? Of course we don’t know as Vlandys refuses to tell us.
     
  2. Marlins

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    NRL Grand Final 2.967 mil nationally (2.103 mil metro)
     
  3. Marlins

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    This is up on 2019
    (which saw 1.866metro)
    (2.641m national) last year was the lowest rating NRL final since 2003.

    19’ - 2.64m
    20’ - 2.96m
     
  4. Marlins

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    Comparing the last few years (metro)

    Syd Bri Mel Adl Per
    848k 492k 608k 75k 80k 2.1m 20’

    832k 534k 320k 87k 93k 1.86m 19’

    895k 488k 551k 88k 100k 2.12m18’

    Sydney has stayed pretty consistent.
    Melbournes ratings this year are huge, obviously it helps when the storm are in the gf.
    Brisbane’s ratings are down this year for obvious reasons, but still consistent. It’s interesting to see how Melbourne have beaten Bris twice in the last 3 years.
    Perth & Adelaide are going down each year.
     
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  5. greenBV4

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    Yes and yes
     
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  6. greenBV4

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    18 is the better comparison, great to see 50k more in Melbourne, making up the 50k less in Sydney

    Adl and Perth aren't really surprising as it gets more and more obvious the nrl admin don't care about them unfortunately

    Im guessing those numbers don't include 9now or nrl.com streaming?
     
  7. T-Boon

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    he did tell us. He invited everyone to a zoom meeting which had the pass word “noperthreds” and everyone turned up.
     
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  8. Marlins

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    Yea, I’m pretty sure these don’t include streaming.
     
  9. The Mad Hatter

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    How did 2020 NRLW GF rate vs AFLW GF?
     
  10. Marlins

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    Nrlw - Nein 355k Fox 138k

    No idea on the wfumble
     
  11. LeagueXIII

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    They didn't play womens AFL this year
     
  12. The_Wookie

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    NRL GRAND FINAL - PANTHERS v STORM


    • 5.890 million people tuned into the NRL Grand Final between the Penrith Panthers and Melbourne Storm, LIVE on Nine and 9GEM (National cume reach)

    • Nine National peak audience: 3.442 million
    • 5 City: 2.370 million / Regional: 1.072 million
    • Metro peak of 2.370 million is an increase of 7% over the 2019 NRL Grand Final
    • Regional peak of 1.072 million is an increase of 4% over the 2019 NRL Grand Final

    • Nine National average audience: 2.966 million
    • (5 City: 2.103 million / Regional: 863,000)

    • Metro average of 2.103 million is an increase of 13% over the 2019 NRL Grand Final
    • Regional average of 863,000 is an increase of 9% over the 2019 NRL Grand Final
    • Melbourne average of 608,000 is an increase of 90% over the 2019 NRL Grand Final

    • Up across all demographics:
    • by 19% with People 25-54
    • by 16% with People 16-39
    • by 22% with GS + Child

    NRLW GRAND FINAL – BRONCOS v ROOSTERS


    1.151 million people tuned into the NRL Women’s Grand Final between the Brisbane Broncos and Sydney Roosters, LIVE on Nine and 9GEM (National cume reach)


    • Nine National peak audience: 748,000
    • 5 City: 453,000 / Regional: 295,000

    • Metro peak of 453,000 is an increase of 4% over the 2019 NRLW Grand Final

    • Nine National average audience: 552,000
    • (5 City: 334,000 / Regional: 218,000)

    • Metro average of 334,000 is an increase of 4% over the 2019 NRLW Grand Final
    • Regional average of 218,000 is an increase of 14% over the 2019 NRLW Grand Final


    Source: Oz Tam+ Regional Tam, Overnight Data, 1 min cume reach, NRL Grand Final, includes pre and post-match, 25th October 2020, 5 City Metro + Combined Agg Markets, Nine Network + Nine Network Content Affiliates.


    Source: Oz Tam+ Regional Tam, Overnight Data, 1 min cume reach, NRL Women’s Grand Final, includes pre and post-match, 25th 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.
     
  13. LeagueXIII

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    I heard on a podcast recently from an ABC journo who wrote a book on the Storm, Adelaide and Perth are not necessary to gain national sponsors.

    Listen from 37min:
    https://anchor.fm/chasingkangaroos/episodes/88--Storm-Cloud-with-Paul-Kennedy-ekmiu5

    I guess that is the reasoning behind no desire to drive the game into Perth and Adelaide.
     
  14. Starkers

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    Thanks to The Wookie for all the stats.

    I think if the NRL are serious about becoming a better product nationally, even if that means no national footprint, it needs to begin engaging fans in those states. Because it's clear the ratings won't challenge the AFL's until they do.

    IMO the NRL isn't doing poorly given the current national footprint, and things like Origin in Perth/Adelaide will help. But it will take a club side years to grow much like the Storm have in those markets and there is no time to be wasted.
     
  15. LeagueXIII

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    I heard Gerard Whateley on SEN this morning saying the AFL "smashed" the NRL GF ratings.
     
  16. Starkers

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    it's pretty clear they have. any chance wookie can post the AFL version of the detail above?
     
  17. Perth Red

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    Cracking viewing numbers in Melbourne. Nearly as many people watched the NRL GF in Perth on FTA as the AFL GF, that's a win for me!

    The difference between Sydney and Melbourne for the respective GF's is stark, even accounting for 2 clubs v 1 in it. 848k to 1.58mill! Vlandys needs to get more Sydney people interested in it!
     
  18. Perth Red

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    3.8mill to 2.9mill is a bit of a smashing (presuming the 3.8mill AFL is avg audience??)
     
  19. LeagueXIII

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    Penrith are probably one of the least popular or smaller clubs in Sydney mainly because they don't have the history of success or traditions of generational support that clubs like Saints, Souths, Tigers etc have.
     
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  20. taipan

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    Once I agree with you.
    If a South Sydney or Tigers or Dragons side had played the Storm the numbers would have been higher.

    Having the novelty of the AFL G/F in Brisbane ,after a year where the Lions were doing so well on the field and the Broncos playing like they were in the knackery, the numbers were slightly up and overall as expected.

    AFL generally beat us in G/Fs regardless.
     

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