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Old 03-22-2015
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Default 2015 TV Ratings

I'm scattering the ratings around and having a hard time looking for them again, so here will be the location if anybody is interested.
Source:
http://awfulannouncing.com/
They're usually a week or 10 days late, so if anybody can find a quicker location, please post. Thanks
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Feb. 2-8:



...in relation to ESPN:


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Phoenix ratings are in:



... and where they fit at ESPN:

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Gator's ratings:



...in relation to ESPN:
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I'm amazed.
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Hey slug, thanks for doing this. But what's the "HH" for on the charts stand for?

Also, you put the dates for the periods the chart covered for the Winters, which covered the full week, but not the others. So each batch of charts is covering the whole week of each event?
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Hey slug, thanks for doing this. But what's the "HH" for on the charts stand for?

Also, you put the dates for the periods the chart covered for the Winters, which covered the full week, but not the others. So each batch of charts is covering the whole week of each event?
HH is House Hold Rating or the percentage of households with a TV tuned to that show at that time.

The periods in the charts show all shows between those dates (typically a week) and where the shows rank during that period. I have to say the NHRA surprises me with those ratings and viewers. I actually thought they would have been more like a .3
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HH is House Hold Rating or the percentage of households with a TV tuned to that show at that time.

The periods in the charts show all shows between those dates (typically a week) and where the shows rank during that period. I have to say the NHRA surprises me with those ratings and viewers. I actually thought they would have been more like a .3
The fact remains, unless NHRA can figure out how to pull a 1.0 share or higher, corporate America will deem them a Fringe Motorsport, unlike NASCAR or INDY car!
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The fact remains, unless NHRA can figure out how to pull a 1.0 share or higher, corporate America will deem them a Fringe Motorsport, unlike NASCAR or INDY car!
Always has been a fringe and, thankfully, it will always be a fringe.
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The fact remains, unless NHRA can figure out how to pull a 1.0 share or higher, corporate America will deem them a Fringe Motorsport, unlike NASCAR or INDY car!
IndyCar only pulls that rating on ABC when they are on NBCSN it is normally a .4 but has seen growth the past couple years.
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IndyCar only pulls that rating on ABC when they are on NBCSN it is normally a .4 but has seen growth the past couple years.
It pulls the higher rating on ABC because you don't need cable to watch ABC.
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