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have the tigers been on friday/sunday football tele the most out of all teams this year?

Do the tigers generate the most viewers?


Just curious…

Not sure if we’ve appeared the most but I’m pretty sure we didn’t play a single Sat 5:30pm game this year which attracts the lowest amount of viewers.

@tsjonathan:

have the tigers been on friday/sunday football tele the most out of all teams this year?

Do the tigers generate the most viewers?


Just curious…

Broncos have had a lot of Friday night games this year I don’t have the figures but they would be up there as well

weve had our lions share -

stats do show our boys rating very well - on both fox and channel nine. you can check for yourself on the tvratings australian website.

in the sydney market we rate as one of the best, obviously in qld its all broncos.

@happy tiger:

@tsjonathan:

have the tigers been on friday/sunday football tele the most out of all teams this year?

Do the tigers generate the most viewers?


Just curious…

Broncos have had a lot of Friday night games this year I don’t have the figures but they would be up there as well

That’s true but they do have the advantage that at least one Fri game must feature a QLD team

@AJ*:

@happy tiger:

@tsjonathan:

have the tigers been on friday/sunday football tele the most out of all teams this year?

Do the tigers generate the most viewers?


Just curious…

Broncos have had a lot of Friday night games this year I don’t have the figures but they would be up there as well

That’s true but they do have the advantage that at least one Fri game must feature a QLD team

And with the Titans having a terrible yr, it lowered the options even more

its all about overall exposure not necessarily fri night and sun games - the article on harry triguboff stated the tigers had generated more exposure for their sponsors than any other team in the nrl or afl - whch means more sponsors will be knocking and the price goes up - as a business model they are firing

Repucom International, a brand analysis specialist, estimated that through their sponsorships of the Wests Tigers, Meriton and motor vehicle manufacturer Hyundai had enjoyed at the halfway point of the season $2.15 million worth of exposure via match footage, television news reports, coverage in metropolitan newspapers and ‘‘peripheral’’ avenues, such as online media. It was the most by an NRL or AFL club in an apples-for-apples comparison, and the figure was expected to increase dramatically as a result of the Tigers’ charge into the finals

Thats great to hear diedpretty…only strengthens the clubs standing as a sporting brand.

@stryker:

Thats great to hear diedpretty…only strengthens the clubs standing as a sporting brand.

Tigers are 2nd to the broncos in terms of NRL revenue and popularity.

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