NEW YORK (AP)
A sum of 1,348,000 viewers tuned into a US radio coverage of a final day of a Premier League season, an boost of 72 percent over 2011.
US networks televised all 10 games Sunday on 7 English-language networks, dual Spanish-language networks and 3 Internet streams, adult from coverage on dual networks any in English and Spanish and a Internet final year.
The largest rating was for Manchester City’s title-winning 3-2 feat over Queens Park Rangers, that was seen by an normal 600,000 viewers on ESPN2 and 189,000 on ESPN Deportes, according to Nielsen Media Research.
City scored twice in second-half blocking time to finish forward of Manchester United on idea disproportion and win a joining for a initial time in 44 years. The assembly climbed to 987,000 on ESPN for 11:45 a.m.-noon EDT, when a pretension was decided.
Manchester United’s 1-0 win during Sunderland was seen by 161,000 on FX and 167,000 on FOX Deportes, with a FX assembly peaking during 214,000 from 11:30 a.m.-noon EDT.
English-language viewers totaled 992,000 for EPL coverage and Spanish-language viewers 356,000.
Tottenham’s 2-0 win over Fulham was seen by 77,000 on FOX Soccer, Arsenal’s 3-2 win during West Bromwich Albion by 59,000 on FSN, Chelsea’s 2-1 feat over Blackburn by 53,000 on SPEED and Liverpool’s 1-0 detriment during Swansea by 42,000 on FUEL TV.
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There were 420,000 singular visitors to FoxSoccer.com, adult from 111,000 on a final day of final deteriorate and an normal of 173,000 on Sundays this season.
Everton’s 3-1 win over Newcastle was streamed on FoxSoccer.com. Norwich’s 2-0 feat over Aston Villa and Wigan’s 3-2 win over Wolverhampton Wanderers were on FoxSoccer2Go.
Also Wednesday, ESPN announced that ESPN Deportes had acquired U.S. Spanish-language rights to a subsequent 3 seasons of a second-tier Europa League underneath a sublicense from FOX.
FOX is holding over for a subsequent 3 seasons from GolTV and is maintaining U.S. English-language rights. FOX also has U.S. English- and Spanish rights to a Champions League for a subsequent 3 seasons.