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  Reply # 2078432 24-Aug-2018 12:03
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stinger:

 

tdgeek:

 

stinger:

 

Their daily reach is over 2 million kiwis, which is still significant in an online streaming age.

 

 

Reach or subscriber ratings?

 

 

Reach (people spending at least 5 minutes watching content). TVNZ does not have any paying subscribers. Both SVoD platforms (TVNZoD and Heihei) are free, and their channels are all on Freeview.

 

 

I mean subscribers who watch. Reach is how many can watch. Here is a look at one weeks top programs. No.1 600,000, No.2 40000.

 

https://www.nzonair.govt.nz/research/audience-ratings-tv/

 

 

 

 

You can get an idea of the streaming here:  https://www.tvnz.co.nz/sales/insights-and-trends/tvnz-digital-update-for-july-2018


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  Reply # 2078434 24-Aug-2018 12:05
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Slugs been adjusted.

 

Big brother is watching?

 

 

Why Sky TV's $241m loss isn't as bad as it looks

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 2078439 24-Aug-2018 12:10
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tdgeek:

 

I mean subscribers who watch. Reach is how many can watch. Here is a look at one weeks top programs. No.1 600,000, No.2 40000.

 

https://www.nzonair.govt.nz/research/audience-ratings-tv/

 

 

Audience reach (at least in TV terms) is the number of people who have consumed content (which is 2 million for TVNZ), and generally means at least 5 minutes in that period (per day for TVNZ). The number of kiwis that have the option of watching TVNZ would be closer to four million than two million. The ratings figures are only NZ on Air funded shows, not for all FTA TV.


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  Reply # 2078490 24-Aug-2018 13:11
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Subscribers down

 

Profit up

 

Take the one off writedown out of it and its a pretty good result.


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Perhaps now they can spend some money updating their EPG to correctly reflect programme start and end times. Over the last 4 weeks I've recorded shows which didn't start at the advertised time, or have been lodged as incorrect in length and cut off 5-15 mins before the end of the show.

 

Free to air channels aren't affected, just the grumpy old man channels like history, knowledge and so on.





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  Reply # 2078495 24-Aug-2018 13:19
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Perhaps now they can spend some money updating their EPG to correctly reflect programme start and end times. Over the last 4 weeks I've recorded shows which didn't start at the advertised time, or have been lodged as incorrect in length and cut off 5-15 mins before the end of the show.

 

Free to air channels aren't affected, just the grumpy old man channels like history, knowledge and so on.

 

 

Had the same issue, but then it seemed to correct itself. Maddening when binge watching a series.


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  Reply # 2078502 24-Aug-2018 13:29
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JPNZ:

 

Subscribers down

 

Profit up

 

Take the one off writedown out of it and its a pretty good result.

 

 

It is. Doesn't affect cash, doesn't affect tax (pity) Not bad for an increasingly competitive industry. No upcoming RWC fees to pay too!


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  Reply # 2078618 24-Aug-2018 16:04
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So is the 57,000 subscriber loss across all SkyTV platforms or just satellite?

 

28,000 subscriber loss reported 2017. There's a trend going on here.


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  Reply # 2078621 24-Aug-2018 16:09
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Buster:

 

So is the 57,000 subscriber loss across all SkyTV platforms or just satellite?

 

 

All platforms. From Stuff: "The pay-TV company lost another 57,000 subscribers in the year to June 30 reducing the number to 768,000 across its satellite,  Neon and Fanpass services"


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  Reply # 2078637 24-Aug-2018 16:49
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An interesting insight from the Annual Report:

 

"The other advantage we have is the breadth of our content offerings. At any one time SKY has 4,500 programmes on the go contained in 3,000 different contracts.  The biggest one is a sports contract, but it still only represents 23% of total sports viewing (which is represented by 791 different contracts), and less than 6% of overall viewing on SKY. And that is after taking out all the free-to-air viewing on the platform."

 

And another:

 

"As I write this, SKY has been informed that we were not the highest bidder for the Oscars in 2019."


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  Reply # 2078642 24-Aug-2018 16:57
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ockel:

 

An interesting insight from the Annual Report:

 

"The other advantage we have is the breadth of our content offerings. At any one time SKY has 4,500 programmes on the go contained in 3,000 different contracts.  The biggest one is a sports contract, but it still only represents 23% of total sports viewing (which is represented by 791 different contracts), and less than 6% of overall viewing on SKY. And that is after taking out all the free-to-air viewing on the platform."

 

And another:

 

"As I write this, SKY has been informed that we were not the highest bidder for the Oscars in 2019."

 

 

Thats a positive for Sky  tongue-out





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  Reply # 2078648 24-Aug-2018 17:04
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MikeB4:

 

ockel:

 

"As I write this, SKY has been informed that we were not the highest bidder for the Oscars in 2019."

 

 

Thats a positive for Sky  tongue-out

 

 

I imagine Sky get a total of zero new customer if they won the rights to the Oscars (which happens in the afternoon in NZ). The ad revenue would also be minimal. Like with the RWX2019, Sky won't be losing any sleep.


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  Reply # 2078676 24-Aug-2018 17:34
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stinger:

 

MikeB4:

 

ockel:

 

"As I write this, SKY has been informed that we were not the highest bidder for the Oscars in 2019."

 

 

Thats a positive for Sky  tongue-out

 

 

I imagine Sky get a total of zero new customer if they won the rights to the Oscars (which happens in the afternoon in NZ). The ad revenue would also be minimal. Like with the RWX2019, Sky won't be losing any sleep.

 

 

Sky has had the Oscars for years.  Whether it gets any new customers - hard to know.  But viewership of the Oscars has been declining for the last 4 years. 


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  Reply # 2078692 24-Aug-2018 18:19
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Some businesses just have a use by date, as they become less relevant.  They are still doing pretty well all things considered. But if they want to grow, IMO they need to totally change.


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  Reply # 2078706 24-Aug-2018 19:07
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Just watching the news on this. They reckon 500,000 people watched the rugby last weekend on Smyth. How do they know this?

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