One HD signs sponsors as Alonso wins Bahrain F1 GP

As reported in yesterday’s Australian newspaper, One HD has signed four sponsors for the entire F1 season for the first time in its history. According the the Australian newspaper, both¬ Harvey Norman and Enzed have renewed their sponsorships, while Bridgestone has gone from a spot buyer to be a season package holder. Joining last year’s… Continue reading One HD signs sponsors as Alonso wins Bahrain F1 GP

Fox Sports races into pole position for motorsport

Four races and two rounds have already been completed in the 2010 V8 Supercars season with Jamie Wincup continuing on from his championship winning form from last year, by already opening up a 57 point lead over the rest of the field. Without the usual season opening at the Clipsal 500 in Adelaide and instead… Continue reading Fox Sports races into pole position for motorsport

Australia Voted the Spearman Experiment does not make the list!

As reported widely today across the Blogsphere including on TV Tonight, Crikey and Mumbrella, the Spearman Experiment on Channel 10 last night ¬ had an incredible drop in the ratings for its second outing. The program, hosted by Magda Szubanski, premiered last week with 1.039 million viewers, however yesterday’s showing saw a 30%¬ drop in… Continue reading Australia Voted the Spearman Experiment does not make the list!

Nine’s Wide World of Delayed Sports!

Yesterday I woke up and turned on ¬ Channel Nine hoping to find the US Men’s Tennis Open Final but instead I found the Today show. I thought is it raining in New York or has Nine decided that its breakfast show is more important? I turned on my Austar box and went to Fox… Continue reading Nine’s Wide World of Delayed Sports!

the 7pm Project full of tasty ingredients!

Melbourne’s Herald Sun today reported that despite the 7pm Project running an extended one hour edition last night where six Celebrity MasterChef contestants were announced, the show only managed 776,000 viewers nationally. This figure ranked the program within last night’s top 20, sitting comfortably at 17th place. According to the Herald Sun, however the show… Continue reading the 7pm Project full of tasty ingredients!

Game on for Fox Sports!

Consolidated Media Holdings (CMH) issued a media release today that a subsidiary of Seven Group Limited had requested a copy of CMH’s register of members and register of information about relevant interests. According the media release, CMH will comply with Seven’s request pursuant to the Corporations Act. This request by a Seven Group Limited subsidiary… Continue reading Game on for Fox Sports!

Masterchef serves up hits!

We all know that Masterchef set the OzTam ratings on fire with a peak of 4.11 million viewers but even more astounding was the power of the Masterchef website. The website, according to a Network 10 release, scored between 23 April and 21 July 2009 some 35,739,245 total page views and an average browsing time… Continue reading Masterchef serves up hits!

Nine & Foxtel Knock on Wood!

Media Release from IMG: The Australian Masters announced today a multi-year broadcast partnership with the Nine Network and FOX SPORTS In 2009, Nine will broadcast live coverage from Kingston Heath Golf Club on each of the four days with FOX SPORTS also providing live coverage on pay television. Nine will also incorporate The Today Show… Continue reading Nine & Foxtel Knock on Wood!

Digital Radio Starts but will it find traction?

Digital Radio has started broadcasting in Australia’s second largest city, Melbourne. After starting in Perth last week. According to reports in the Australian Newspaper commercial stations Mix, Gold, SEN, 3AW, 3MP, Fox, Magic, Nova, Triple M, Vega, Sport 927, Radar, Pink Radio, Koffee and NovaNation have launched their digital radio signals. To listen to digital… Continue reading Digital Radio Starts but will it find traction?

APAC puts us front and centre!

Our Democracy is thriving with Australia’s Prime Minister, Kevin Rudd announcing that a new TV station will grace our shores, broadcasting from 20 January 2009 with coverage of the inauguration of the next US President, Barack Obama. APAC which stands for the Australian Subscription Public Affairs Network is based on the US C-SPAN network, which… Continue reading APAC puts us front and centre!