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Marc C-Scott

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About

Marc is a lecturer in Screen Media at Victoria University twitter: @marc_cscott

Proud Hawks (AFL) supporter

Member Since:
 
August 2015
Based In:
 
Melbourne
Favourite Sports:
AFL, Cricket,

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Chasing the audience: is it over and out for cricket on free to air TV?

Chasing the audience: is it over and out for cricket on free to air TV?

4 May 2017

How Australians watch cricket on screens in the future could depend on what happens with the Nine Network’s current discussions with Cricket Australia over the 2018-23 media rights.

Twitter’s live stream of the Melbourne Cup could change how we ‘broadcast’ sport

Twitter's live stream of the Melbourne Cup could change how we 'broadcast' sport

1 Nov 2016

The race that stops the nation, the Melbourne Cup, will this year be streamed live on Twitter, competing with the Seven Network’s stream and live TV broadcast of the race.

The Rio Olympics are a test case for the future of sports broadcasting

The Rio Olympics are a test case for the future of sports broadcasting

19 Aug 2016

Sport has been seen as a potential saviour of broadcast television’s ‘mass’ audience. One of sport’s main virtues is that people want to watch it live, which gives broadcasters a mass audience that can be sold on to advertisers.

Seven's Olympic coverage could change the way we watch sport

10 Jun 2016

The Seven Network has announced it will offer a paid subscription service via an app as part of its Rio Olympics coverage this year.

Optus, the new player in Australia’s sports media rights battle

Optus, the new player in Australia's sports media rights battle

3 Nov 2015

In surprising news, Optus has secured the media rights to the English Premier League (EPL) for three seasons commencing from the 2016-17 season.

When the AFL gets richer, who gets richer with it?

20 Aug 2015

Tuesday’s A$2.508 billion AFL rights deal is being heralded as “colossal”, but while it surpasses that of previous deals, it is still far from that seen abroad.