Friday, April 27, 2007

TORONTO FC TV RATINGS ON THE SCORE

The management at the Score may be questioning their decision to broadcast Toronto FC with yet another poor showing on Wednesday night. The ratings show only 21,000 people tuned in. With only 15,000 watching the match with the New England a couple of weeks ago, the numbers on the Score are very low by any standard. The very first Toronto FC game on Rogers Sportsnet drew 110,000 viewers on a very busy night in local sports, with a late 10:30 pm start.

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

I'm waiting to see how games on CBC and Sportsnet do. The Score always gets weaker ratings and it's not available everywhere. CBC and sportsnet have 22 games, and we've already seen 2 of the Score's 8. should get better from here.

Anonymous said...

Hang in there "the Score". Thousands were watching at BMO field, instead of tuning in.

Anonymous said...

Hang in there "the Score". Thousands were watching at BMO field, instead of tuning in.

bruan said...

Hopefully Saturday's home match will draw more viewers on the basic cable network, CBC

Anonymous said...

Hang in there "the Score". Thousands were watching at BMO field, instead of tuning in.

www.footyclips.com said...

What channel is the score? I couldn't find it (I live in Scarborough) I ended up watching the last game on paperview on my illegal sattelite. The american commentary was brutally bad.

Anonymous said...

The Score did it on the cheap. They bought the feed, regardless of quality, in this case the poor quality. Then they had three guys somewhere in Toronto I guess doing analysis.

The broadcast was awfull! The field noise over took the play by play. I had no idea what the announcers were saying because I couldn't hear them over the field noise.

Maybe their viewers tuned out because they did such a ******y job!

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