Network TEN and Southern Cross Media have today announced a new affiliation agreement between the two free-to-air television networks. Reports are limited at this stage with TEN’s press release only confirming that the new agreement is for three years. TEN Chief Executive Officer and Managing Director, Hamish McLennan, said: “After constructive discussions with Max Moore-Wilton… Continue reading TEN programming to remain on Southern Cross TV
Tag: Network Ten
The HD Sport Debate
A report in the Australian last year confirmed that High Definition (HD) broadcasting of Australian sport on free-to-air television looks dead and buried. For those who did not notice Saturday coverage of AFL matches by the Network Ten only featured on the network’s primary channel towards the end of last season, whilst viewers were able to watch… Continue reading The HD Sport Debate
One’s new game plan kicks goals
On 8 May this year, Network Ten under the leadership of Interim Chief Executive Officer Lachlan Murdoch relaunched its 24-hour free-to-air digital sports network One HD, into a male skewing general entertainment channel with premium sport, known as ONE. At the announcement of the relaunch, Mr Murdoch said, “ONE was underperforming from a ratings point of… Continue reading One’s new game plan kicks goals
Warburton benched until 1 January 2012
James Warburton’s immediate future at Network Ten has been confirmed today by a ruling of the NSW Supreme Court. Network Ten had originally announced that Mr Warburton would start at the free-to-air network on July 14 this year, however the Seven Network challenged this date in the NSW Supreme Court by arguing that Mr Warburton’s… Continue reading Warburton benched until 1 January 2012
‘Golf Channel on NBC’. A lesson for Australian Broadcasters?
Many of you watching One HD”s coverage of the Accenture World Match Play Golf Championship over the weekend may have noticed a change to the Golf Channel’s usual coverage. Golf fans in Australia and around the world would be familiar with PGA Tour events having the first two rounds branded with Golf Channel graphics and… Continue reading ‘Golf Channel on NBC’. A lesson for Australian Broadcasters?