Seven’s Tokyo 2020 broadcast team announced

On a day when major sporting events were being postponed or cancelled due to COVID-19, Australia’s Seven Network has announced its team for its comprehensive coverage of the 2020 Summer Olympics in Tokyo. While the current COVID-19 pandemic has placed a shadow over Games preparations, principally as to whether the Games will proceed, all involved… Continue reading Seven’s Tokyo 2020 broadcast team announced

Olympic build up continues

With 76 days until the start of the 2016 Rio Summer Olympic Games, Australia’s Olympic broadcaster, the Seven Network, is ramping up its Olympic build-up coverage, with the announcement that from May 28, a weekly live panel show ‘Road to Rio’, will be broadcast on Seven until July 30 (it will air each Saturday at… Continue reading Olympic build up continues

Wimbledon starts Monday on Seven and Fox Sports

The action at SW19 kicks off Monday night (Australian time) with 16 Australians contesting the main singles draw, the strongest contingent of Aussies in twenty years. It will also be Lleyton Hewitt’s last Wimbledon singles campaign. Australian tennis fans will be able to catch-all the action live from Wimbledon on the Seven Network and Fox… Continue reading Wimbledon starts Monday on Seven and Fox Sports

Seven surprises with European Games

Hot on the heels of the Seven Network announcing it will broadcastthe last three days of Royal Ascot in June (read the press release here), Seven has announced that it has secured Australian broadcast rights to the inaugural European Games in Baku,Azerbaijan. The European Games, which is a new multi-sport event, will run from 12-28… Continue reading Seven surprises with European Games

Paralympic Games join the Olympics on Seven in 2016

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The Seven Network has continued buildingits already impressive sports broadcast portfolio with the announcement that it has secured the broadcast rights to the 2016 Paralympic Games in Rio. Seven’s coverage of the Paralympic Games will follow its exclusive coverage of the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio. Sevens agreement with the Australian Paralympic Committee (APC)delivers: free… Continue reading Paralympic Games join the Olympics on Seven in 2016

Seven the new home of state-based Saturday footy

The Seven Network has continued to build its state-based football league broadcast rights portfolio with the announcement that it has secured2015 broadcast rights to Sydney’s premier rugby union competition the Shute Shield. Under the new deal, Saturday’s match-of-the-day will be seen LIVE throughout the season on 7TWO, regionally through Prime and on 7 Digital. The… Continue reading Seven the new home of state-based Saturday footy

Seven to broadcast Easter Monday tradition

After countless years on the Ten Network, Australias oldest and richest foot race the Stawell Gift is coming LIVE to the Seven Network on Easter Monday. Seven and the event promoter Twenty3 Sport and Entertainment and the Stawell Athletic Club have reached a multi-year agreement for coverage of the footrace that was first run in… Continue reading Seven to broadcast Easter Monday tradition

Bathurst 12-hour to remain on Seven

While the 2015 Liqui-Moly Bathurst 12-hour race was only run a couple of weeks ago at Mt Panorama, race organisers are already preparing for a return to the mountain in 2016 with the Seven Network being confirmed as the event’s broadcaster partner for 2016.The cars of Australian and International GT racing will return to Mount… Continue reading Bathurst 12-hour to remain on Seven

Gold Coast Comm. Games coming to Seven

Seven is back as Australia’s Commonwealth Games broadcaster, with the free-to-air television network announcing that it has secured all-rights in Australia to the 2018 Commonwealth Games on Queensland’s Gold Coast. This announcement follows Seven’s recent securing ofOlympic broadcast rights in Australia until 2020 (with an option to broadcast the Olympics games to be held in… Continue reading Gold Coast Comm. Games coming to Seven

Seven to continue its love affair with Mt Panorama

The Seven Network first broadcast from Mount Panorama at Bathurst in 1963. Despite the networklosing its V8 Supercars championship broadcast rights to Ten and Foxtel from next season(read more about Ten and Foxtel’s deal with V8 Supercars here), Seven will continue its love affair with ‘the mountain’ after today announcing it has secured broadcast rights… Continue reading Seven to continue its love affair with Mt Panorama