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Notes regarding TV Ratings

As stated some time back, Footyindustry.com may NOT post the raw tabulated data – ie. the round match by match tables we still use for crowds and capacity. We can publish analysis based off that and the data over the years, which we try to do each week on twitter….

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Why are we worried about attendances?

Periodically we see some concern over the state of certain attendance figures in Australia’s various football codes, and its time some of these critics had a good look at the figures and their place in the big picture. Here in Australia we are blessed with four codes of football, two…


Easter Weekend Crowds and Ratings

TV Ratings AFL Fox ratings are down 5.63% after two rounds to 3.45m at an average of 181,000 per match. AFL metro ratings are holding firm, up slightly 0.23% to 4.881m, at an average of 271,000 per match, with all 18 matches so far broadcast in at least one market….




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Industry News – Monday. July 24th, 2017

AFL and AFLW THE gloves are off in Sydney’s AFL rivalry with the Giants set to use their women’s team to push into territory traditionally dominated by the Swans. PR crisis management expert Gerry McCusker (pictured below) explains why a slow comment in a crisis is becoming the next worst…




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…








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Industry News – Friday, 19th May 2017

AFL Geelong Football Club is debt-free for the first time in five decades. It has been such a financial success, the Cats have permanently axed the gaming facility and 100 poker machines that were part of its home ground NRL Thu NRL: Sharks d Cowboys: Crowd: 8,557 @ Southern Cross Group…





Industry News – Thursday, May 11th, 2017

A-league 2017 ACL – Western Sydney v Shanghai SIPG – 5,271 at Campbelltown 2017 ACL – Brisbane v Ulsan Hyundai – 3,245 at Suncorp Stadium Sydney FC’s longest serving chief executive will step down from his role during the off-season, after Tony Pignata announced his departure from the club on…