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Sat Crowds and Ratings – NRL R19, Super Rugby, Arsenal v WSW

Sat NRL – Knights v Broncos – Crowd: 13,773 at McDonald Jones Stadium https://t.co/IVUdg7qYua — Footyindustry (@footyindustryAU) July 15, 2017 CROWD: 14,333. Thank you to all that showed up in the wet conditions #NRLTitansSharks #thrunthru — Gold Coast Titans (@GCTitans) July 15, 2017 Seriously getting dangerous #NRLTitansSharks pic.twitter.com/Xaw5OgPPTs — BUZZ…

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Industry News – Weekend Update – Sunday, June 25th, 2017

AFL THURSDAY night football has proven a ratings winner for Channel Seven, with an average of 731,000 free-to-air viewers switching on to its seven games in the timeslot this season. The delicate art sports sponsorships: AFL star Matthew Pavlich on the balancing act RICHMOND and Greater Western Sydney are pushing to…


Weekend TV Ratings – AFL R12, NRL R14, Soccer

AFL The AFL rated 4.17 million for Round 12, with 2.767 million on Free to air and 1.410 million on Foxfooty.  All 7 games for the round were broadcast in at least one free to air market. The highest rating AFL game on free to air television this round was…



Friday Crowds and Ratings – Friday, June 9th, 2017

Note: all ratings sourced from Oztam via @MediaweekAus and @Television_AU on twitter. All crowds sourced from official stadium twitter feeds or NRL.com/AFL.com.au match reports. AFL Official crowd: 46,082 fans here at #AdelaideOval for #AFLCrowsSaints Fri TV #AFL #AFLCrowsSaints 469k: Metro Seven 371k (Mel 197k Ade 174k) 7mate 98k (Syd 20k…






Industry News – May 25th, 2017

A-league and other football Wednesday – Liverpool v Sydney FC – Crowd: 72,892 at ANZ Stadium ABC2’S FOOTBALL broadcast has been named the “worst coverage in history” after a cringe-worthy hour of TV AFL AFL matches took the top two, and four of the top 5 spots on Nielsons social…






Industry News – Wednesday, May 10th, 2017

AFL THE AFL has shut down plans for immediate expansion of its national women’s league, but has foreshadowed at least two teams will be added in 2019. The five clubs who unsuccessfully sought a licence last year will receive “priority weighting” when the AFL considers additions to the foundation eight-team…