Skip to comments.Viewership on ESPN up big
Posted on 06/22/2012 1:38:24 PM PDT by MinorityRepublican
The European Championship's viewership is up big from four years ago.
The average audience in the United States was up 82 percent for English-language broadcasts through the group stage.
The 24 matches on ESPN averaged more than 1 million viewers. For Euro 2008, the games were watched by an average of 552,000 people.
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12 millions unemployeed,
I’m one. Just watched Germany whoop Greece.
That sums up the game and politically.
A lot more illegal aliens are here now.
A: Call it Soccer.
I’m watching. Hoping England can take the Italians in a couple of days!
Championship for what? Just curious...
Germany v England is the match I am hoping for also.
Ratings have been strong because unlike the World Cup, Euro 2012 games are on at reasonable hours in the Eastern Time Zone and also the quality of play has been quite good, with reasonably low instances of “diving.”
Champions of Europe
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