Through 29 games, Versus's 0.3 rating is modest, but it is 50 percent higher than the 0.2 average at the same time last season. In that period, viewership swelled to an average of 261,760 a game from an average of 195,666 a game last season.
Originally Posted by ieko /forum/post/12908362
Ugh as well, I don't even watch the games on Vs because Verizon doesn't carry it in HD and I never look at the SD sports channels in the guide so I never see if there's a game on. Not to mention it'd look terrible anyway.
Originally Posted by Drew_N /forum/post/12907046
So much for the ESPN rumors.
Originally Posted by ccotenj /forum/post/12908226
don't they realize that even if they allowed espn to telecast their games for FREE that it would be so much better for them????
Originally Posted by RemyM /forum/post/12908719
I'm sure the players association doesn't agree with you since that would lower the salary cap.
Originally Posted by hunter65 /forum/post/12908153
why does he love versus so much?
Originally Posted by NorthJersey /forum/post/12909588
because Comcast, who owns the Flyers (Ed Snider as Chairman), runs the Versus network. Now if ESPN can get it's hands on an NHL team, then maybe we'll see hockey on that channel again.