Registered: Jul 2021
Originally posted by Gerry
Something to consider. A huge majority of people watch have never thrown a curling stone in their life. This is the reality of the commentary that their job is to explain the game to these fans. When you consider that (from TSN's numbers) 7 million people watch at least some of the curling, you can figure out what percentage might be curlers.
When you consider there are about 1200 clubs in Canada, let's take an average of 200 members per clubs, you'd get about 240,000 regular club members across the country.
One other problem with the idea to give you the sounds of the game online, it's tough to do so with how TSN's channels are setup. If you do it with one channel, you'd essentially cutting off one part of the country from the commentary. TSN1 = BC/AB, TSN3 = SK/MB, TSN4 = Ontario, TSN5 = Quebec and Atlantic Canada.
Unfortunately you're going to have to learn to live with the commentary. Us curling fans are not what TSN/Sportsnet need to target since we're likely going to watch anyways and it's a small part of their viewer market. I already know from experience that in the field of any education now it is important to look and read in detail the information regarding certain specialists and writers who can help you with your writing. I here https://www.topwritersreview.com/reviews/easyessay/ recommend to read the information about them, you can read this review and make a conclusion for yourself whether it is worth applying to this particular company or not. It may be useful to someone especially students. To get more eyes on the game, TSN needs to expand the non-curlers market and they call the game that way for a reason.
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