Royals on the Box/Internet Thread

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by RoyalBlue » 28 Aug 2020 17:21

Royals and Racers https://m.twitch.tv/coysstream


Thanks. That was a good stream. What's more the commentator was very good.

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by tidus_mi2 » 18 Sep 2020 17:27

As Reading are yet again overlooked for live coverage, can anyone remind me when was the last time we were actually picked for TV?

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by Hendo » 18 Sep 2020 18:03

Sheffield United FA Cup? Before that, QPR on Boxing Day?


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by KentRoyal » 18 Sep 2020 19:09

Hendo Sheffield United FA Cup? Before that, QPR on Boxing Day?

It was qpr, sheff u was on Facebook so not sure if it counts

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by Stranded » 18 Sep 2020 20:02

tidus_mi2 As Reading are yet again overlooked for live coverage, can anyone remind me when was the last time we were actually picked for TV?


Given how much we mean how crap watching us has been, why put neutrals through it?

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by JR » 18 Sep 2020 20:21

tidus_mi2 As Reading are yet again overlooked for live coverage, can anyone remind me when was the last time we were actually picked for TV?


They’ll be rushing to sign us up for lots of games when we are top of the league in October. By that point the honeymoon period will be over and we will be dreadful in every TV game.

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by CountryRoyal » 18 Sep 2020 21:17

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tidus_mi2 As Reading are yet again overlooked for live coverage, can anyone remind me when was the last time we were actually picked for TV?


They’ll be rushing to sign us up for lots of games when we are top of the league in October. By that point the honeymoon period will be over and we will be dreadful in every TV game.


Like 15/16 :lol:


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any free links today?? i'm brassic

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Einstein agogo any free links today?? i'm brassic

No you will pay like everyone else has to.

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by SouthDownsRoyal » 19 Sep 2020 15:12

Einstein agogo any free links today?? i'm brassic


Save you money spend it on something worthwhile :P

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Re: Royals on the Box/Internet Thread

by Stranded » 22 Sep 2020 07:46

Interesting* blog from the Colchester chairman here who details how revenue works from iFollow streams.

https://www.cu-fc.com/news/2020/septemb ... statement/

In short, the home team get all the revenue from home fans who purchase iFollow streams as well as all the revenue from the first 500 away fans who purchase a stream. The away teams get the revenue from fan 501 onwards.

Using their game on Saturday - Colchester sold 452 streams and Bolton 2252. So Colchester got about 8k from 952 streams, whilst Bolton got about 14k. Away teams usually receive a 5% commission payment, so the streaming is worth significantly more to a club if it can attract a large, virtual away following.

So, and certainly more so at lower levels, the streaming is a vital revenue source for clubs currently.


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by skipper » 22 Sep 2020 09:01

Stranded Interesting* blog from the Colchester chairman here who details how revenue works from iFollow streams.

https://www.cu-fc.com/news/2020/septemb ... statement/

In short, the home team get all the revenue from home fans who purchase iFollow streams as well as all the revenue from the first 500 away fans who purchase a stream. The away teams get the revenue from fan 501 onwards.

Using their game on Saturday - Colchester sold 452 streams and Bolton 2252. So Colchester got about 8k from 952 streams, whilst Bolton got about 14k. Away teams usually receive a 5% commission payment, so the streaming is worth significantly more to a club if it can attract a large, virtual away following.

So, and certainly more so at lower levels, the streaming is a vital revenue source for clubs currently.


Thanks for sharing Stranded, this is really quite interesting.

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by RoyalBlue » 22 Sep 2020 09:26

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Stranded Interesting* blog from the Colchester chairman here who details how revenue works from iFollow streams.

https://www.cu-fc.com/news/2020/septemb ... statement/

In short, the home team get all the revenue from home fans who purchase iFollow streams as well as all the revenue from the first 500 away fans who purchase a stream. The away teams get the revenue from fan 501 onwards.

Using their game on Saturday - Colchester sold 452 streams and Bolton 2252. So Colchester got about 8k from 952 streams, whilst Bolton got about 14k. Away teams usually receive a 5% commission payment, so the streaming is worth significantly more to a club if it can attract a large, virtual away following.

So, and certainly more so at lower levels, the streaming is a vital revenue source for clubs currently.


Thanks for sharing Stranded, this is really quite interesting.


Agreed. It seems that if we want our football clubs to survive we need to try to support them financially through these challenging times (assuming we can afford to) by doing things like paying our tenner for the iFollow coverage.

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by Sutekh » 22 Sep 2020 13:41

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Stranded Interesting* blog from the Colchester chairman here who details how revenue works from iFollow streams.

https://www.cu-fc.com/news/2020/septemb ... statement/

In short, the home team get all the revenue from home fans who purchase iFollow streams as well as all the revenue from the first 500 away fans who purchase a stream. The away teams get the revenue from fan 501 onwards.

Using their game on Saturday - Colchester sold 452 streams and Bolton 2252. So Colchester got about 8k from 952 streams, whilst Bolton got about 14k. Away teams usually receive a 5% commission payment, so the streaming is worth significantly more to a club if it can attract a large, virtual away following.

So, and certainly more so at lower levels, the streaming is a vital revenue source for clubs currently.


Thanks for sharing Stranded, this is really quite interesting.


Agreed. It seems that if we want our football clubs to survive we need to try to support them financially through these challenging times (assuming we can afford to) by doing things like paying our tenner for the iFollow coverage.


Do, ifollow, or anyone, publish the number of passes purchased by home/away fans for each match?

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by Stranded » 22 Sep 2020 14:08

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Thanks for sharing Stranded, this is really quite interesting.


Agreed. It seems that if we want our football clubs to survive we need to try to support them financially through these challenging times (assuming we can afford to) by doing things like paying our tenner for the iFollow coverage.


Do, ifollow, or anyone, publish the number of passes purchased by home/away fans for each match?


Not seen it but it must be available for the clubs to have access to that info.

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Re: Royals on the Box/Internet Thread

by Royals and Racers » 01 Oct 2020 12:04

Late decision but the match on Saturday v Watford has been chosen as the European TV match which means 6 camera production now- chance of streams as well.
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Re: Royals on the Box/Internet Thread

by hughsies no.1 » 01 Oct 2020 12:11

Any pubs in or around Reading showing the games?

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Re: Royals on the Box/Internet Thread

by exileinleeds » 03 Oct 2020 14:53

It's being shown live on BeIn 5, which is nice.

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