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3/15/2018 2:15 PM

Was a good weekend. Some nice number this season even tho half the guys are gone

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3/15/2018 3:10 PM

Really surprised that the whole shift to FS2 for half the race due to the NASCAR rain delay didn't have more of a negative impact (or maybe it did, and ratings still prevailed?) I know a lot of folks don't get FS2.... and I find it hard to believe that the "casual fan" went out of their way to find a way to watch...

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Positively, absolutely 110% obsessed with anything MOTO.

3/15/2018 3:20 PM

It’s interesting to me that it is how many houses but there was 6 people at my house watching the 1 tv.

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3/15/2018 3:25 PM

I'm guessing this is through Nielson.
We were a Nielson household for several years....they know EVERYTHING about You and your family or you dont participate. It was some crazy number they told us....whatever we watch counted as 10,000 viewers...it was a crazy number....

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3/15/2018 4:43 PM

F150Motocrosser wrote:

Really surprised that the whole shift to FS2 for half the race due to the NASCAR rain delay didn't have more of a negative impact (or maybe it did, and ratings still prevailed?) I know a lot of folks don't get FS2.... and I find it hard to believe that the "casual fan" went out of their way to find a way to watch...

I wonder if the ratings factored in the NASCAR broadcast at all. SX is probably getting the bump counting the hour that was actually NASCAR.

Or people that were watching the NASCAR race fell asleep and just kept on "watching" Supercross.

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3/15/2018 7:11 PM

Hard to believe on 362k avg viewers we have sponsor involvement the way we do.

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3/15/2018 7:53 PM

Wow,I'm glad they are happy cause that seems like nothing.
For example this week "BLACK INK CREW" on VH1 at 9:00 PM got 1.12 million viewers.
Ratings here
No idea what that show is but it sounds way more niche then supercross.

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3/15/2018 8:24 PM

F150Motocrosser wrote:

Really surprised that the whole shift to FS2 for half the race due to the NASCAR rain delay didn't have more of a negative impact (or maybe it did, and ratings still prevailed?) I know a lot of folks don't get FS2.... and I find it hard to believe that the "casual fan" went out of their way to find a way to watch...

KirkChandler wrote:

I wonder if the ratings factored in the NASCAR broadcast at all. SX is probably getting the bump counting the hour that was actually NASCAR.

Or people that were watching the NASCAR race fell asleep and just kept on "watching" Supercross.

That’s my guess. The ratings are for the time slot on FS1 of what Supercross was scheduled to be. So a lot of that was actually NASCAR.

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3/16/2018 12:41 AM

Deal Brothers Trailers wrote:

I'm guessing this is through Nielson.
We were a Nielson household for several years....they know EVERYTHING about You and your family or you dont participate. It was some crazy number they told us....whatever we watch counted as 10,000 viewers...it was a crazy number....

We were too, watch, listen to damn near think about listening and watching any thing, got paid too

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3/16/2018 12:44 AM

F150Motocrosser wrote:

Really surprised that the whole shift to FS2 for half the race due to the NASCAR rain delay didn't have more of a negative impact (or maybe it did, and ratings still prevailed?) I know a lot of folks don't get FS2.... and I find it hard to believe that the "casual fan" went out of their way to find a way to watch...

KirkChandler wrote:

I wonder if the ratings factored in the NASCAR broadcast at all. SX is probably getting the bump counting the hour that was actually NASCAR.

Or people that were watching the NASCAR race fell asleep and just kept on "watching" Supercross.

TDeath21 wrote:

That’s my guess. The ratings are for the time slot on FS1 of what Supercross was scheduled to be. So a lot of that was actually NASCAR.

Nielson knows exactly what their employees are watching believe me.

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