Frost Global reported a few weeks ago on the lack of Australian TV coverage for the Women’s Ashes from England. In good news for Aussie fans, Fox Sports has announced that it will broadcast the remaining three T20 internationals to Australian audiences. In further good news, Channel 9 will broadcast the three corresponding T20s matches… Continue reading Southern Stars now broadcasting on a TV near you!
The original Monday night AFL talk show is returning to Channel Seven. The network has announced that Talking Footy will air on Monday nights throughout the 2013 Toyota AFL Finals Series. In the host’s chair will be Seven’s Bruce McAvaney. He will be joined by Seven AFL commentator Luke Darcy and former AFL star Wayne… Continue reading Talking Footy returns to Monday nights on Seven
21st Century Fox’s new national US sports channel FOX Sports 1 (launching August 17) has secured a 12-year broadcast rights deal to bring major golf to FOX Sports from 2015. The new agreement will see the FOX network and FOX Sports 1 become the principal domestic media partner of the USGA and the U.S. Open, U.S. Women’s… Continue reading US sports broadcast market heats up
The Seven Network has confirmed long-held rumours that Melissa Doyle and Matt White will host a new national 4pm news bulletin for Australia’s #1 network. As a result, Seven’s new afternoon program the Daily Edition will reduce in length from 90 minutes to an hour, while Seven’s 4:30pm news bulletin hosted by Rebecca Maddern will… Continue reading 7 News expands its brand
As Nine Entertainment Co’s GEM and News Corp Australia’s Fox Sports each generate strong ratings for their coverage of the Ashes in England, the question is what level of media coverage will the Southern Stars receive in their upcoming Ashes battle against the old enemy? The Southern Stars are currently Australia’s most successful cricket team… Continue reading No Australian TV broadcaster (to date) for the Southern Stars’ Ashes campaign
21st Century Fox’s subscription-TV business STAR India has been awarded the broadcast rights by the International Olympic Committee (IOC) for the 2014 Sochi Winter Olympic Games, the 2016 Rio de Janeiro Summer Olympic Games and the Summer Youth Olympics in Nanjing next year. While 21st Century Fox’s US business FOX missed out on the last… Continue reading Olympics to drive 21st Century Fox in the sub-continent