Paralympic Games join the Olympics on Seven in 2016

Source: Sunrise

The Seven Network has continued building†its 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. Sevenís 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 secured†2015 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, Australiaís 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

2015 Broadcast Guide: V8 Supercars, F1 and MotoGP

On Thursday the Clipsal 500 gets underway on the streets of Adelaide which means it is the start of the V8 Supercars Championship series. The first V8 Supercars round of the 2015 season will be followed in a couple of weeks time by the opening of the FIA Formula One season at Albert Park in… Continue reading 2015 Broadcast Guide: V8 Supercars, F1 and MotoGP

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

Seven secures VFL rights

The Victorian Football League has a new free-to-air broadcast partner with Seven Melbourne securing the 2015 and 2016 broadcast rights to Victoria’s premier Australian Rules Football competition. †Seven will take over the broadcast rights from ABC TV. Under the new agreement with AFL Victoria, Seven will show the VFL “Match of the Round” live on… Continue reading Seven secures VFL rights

Seven to broadcast Cadel Evans Great Ocean Road Race

With the summer of cycling just around the corner, the Seven Network has confirmed that it will broadcast the latest addition to the Australian cycling calendar, the Cadel Evans Great Ocean Road Race. Seven will broadcast the event LIVE and exclusive across Australia on Sunday, February 1, 2015, prior to its coverage of the Australian… Continue reading Seven to broadcast Cadel Evans Great Ocean Road Race

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 of†Olympic 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 reunites with the Olympic family

The Olympics are returning home to Seven. The International Olympic Committee (IOC) has awarded its Australian media rights for†around†the next decade to the†Seven Network. Under the unprecedented new agreement, Seven will broadcast: the Games of the XXXI Olympiad in Rio de Janeiro in 2016; the XXIII Olympic Winter Games in PyeongChang in 2018; and the… Continue reading Seven reunites with the Olympic family

Seven regains Olympic broadcast rights?

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?