The deal is done and congratulations to James Sutherland. Cricket Australia has managed to secure a cash and broadcast bonanza by teaming up with Fox Sports/Foxtel and Seven for the next 6 years. Cricket Australia now joins the AFL and NRL with domestic media rights valued at more than $1 billion. While there is plenty… Continue reading Will Fox Sports launch a WatchCricket product?
The KFC T20 Big Bash League (BBL) returns to Network Ten on Thursday night with the opening match of the fourth season of the T20 tournament. The 2014-15 season will be broadcast LIVE and exclusive on Network Ten and will run from 18 December 2014 to 28 January 2015. Network Ten will broadcast all 35… Continue reading Big Bash returns to Ten
The Champions League Twenty20 tournament began in India overnight with qualifying matches taking place to decide the last spots in the main draw. The T20 tournament pits the best T20 teams from around the world against each other with the tournament proper beginning on Thursday. Australian teams have previously won the tournament on two occasions. A… Continue reading CLT20 without an Australian TV broadcaster
In Tuesday’s Mediaweek Morning Report (29 July 2014), Editor and Publisher James Manning wrote the following about Network Ten’s overnight ratings performance: “If you’d just arrived in the country today and read about Network Ten’s 20% share of the ad market and then looked at last night’s ratings you’d be puzzled. Thanks to the end of MasterChef 2014… Continue reading Reminder: Ten’s 50th birthday bash
Former Seven Network star Matt White is certainly making the most of his return to Network Ten. After co-hosting The Project last week, Ten as announced that the former Sports Tonight presenter and Today Tonight host will be joining Ten’s commentary team for its LIVE and exclusive coverage of the XX Commonwealth Games in Glasgow. Ten’s… Continue reading Matt White heading to Glasgow, as Ten confirms Comm Games broadcast schedule
News Corp Australia on Wednesday reported that Australia’s Seven Network will announce shortly that it has secured exclusive broadcast rights to the next three Olympic Games in Rio (2016), Pyeongchang (2018) and Tokyo (2020). If reports are correct it will see the Olympics return home to Australia’s traditional Olympic broadcaster, after the last three games were… Continue reading Seven regains Olympic broadcast rights?
The Seven Network first broadcast from Mount Panorama at Bathurst in 1963. Despite the network losing 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
Family Feud is returning to Australian television this time on Ten. The popular game show format will fill the crucial 6PM time slot for Ten each weeknight. The new Monday to Friday show will be hosted by former Seven personality Grant Denyer and produced by Fremantle Media Australia. Family Feud last aired in Australia on the Nine… Continue reading Ten gambles on a Family Feud
While the Opening Ceremony is not until the early hours of Saturday morning Australian time, LIVE coverage of the 2014 Winter Olympics from Sochi has already gotten underway on TEN and tenplay. TEN’s coverage when it fully kicks into gear will be comprehensive with more than 360 hours of live content from the Sochi Games on… Continue reading Sochi 2014 on Ten
Today marks 40 days to go until the start of the XXII Olympic Winter Games in Sochi, Russia. With the Games fast approaching its time to take at look at what Australia’s official Olympics broadcaster the Ten Network (Ten) will be offering Australian viewers. Ten will deliver its coverage across its various platforms, including its primary channel… Continue reading Winter Olympics only on TEN, ONE and tenplay