Celebrities with Only Fans
Posted On August 9, 2021
More than half of Australians have only fans, while one in 10 of those over 60 are a fan of an Australian broadcaster.
A new study from Australian media company Mediaworks, conducted in the run-up to the Rio Olympics, found Australians are more likely to watch only their favourite sporting events, rather than the rest of the world.
“If you look at the top five sports, it’s basically the same thing, with the only difference being the amount of exposure,” said Mediaworks CEO and co-founder of the company Tim Giesbrecht.
“A lot of people who have been watching other sports, they’re just not watching sports in Australia.
They’re not interested.””
There are people who are interested in their own sport and it’s just they’re interested in it more.”
It’s a very specific group of people.
“The research found the most popular sports in the world were soccer, cricket, golf and rugby union.”
We know that we have a high amount of people interested in these sports.
It’s not just a sporting event that people watch, it is their love of them,” said Mr Giesbrocht.
There were more than 1.7 billion Australians aged 16 and over in 2016, with about 7.6 million watching TV, according to data from Nielsen.”
Our research shows that we are still the biggest viewers of sport in Australia,” he said.”
So there’s an audience for this sport and we’ve got to continue to expand the sports we offer.
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