Posts Tagged "Fox Sports"
There was plenty to admire from the latest round of A-League action, particularly if you happened to watch all five matches live on host broadcaster Fox Sports.
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Since the announcement of Football Federation Australia’s four-year, $160 million media rights deal with current host Fox Sports and SBS, the debate that has kicked into life is which is more important, the value or the new partner?
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It is essential that Football Federation Australia’s next media rights deal, which is in advanced negations, has a meaningful free-to air component.
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As a football fan in this country, coverage of the English Premier League couldn’t be better, but the near non-existent coverage of continental European football leagues leaves a lot to be desired.
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Who was the biggest winner out of a day that delivered the NRL a new billion-dollar media deal and Football Federation Australia (FFA) a new CEO, the NRL or the A-League?
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One clear message has emerged out of today’s NRL rights deal: dollars outweigh fans.
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Last week, I was looking through the sports sections of the two major Sydney newspapers, The Sydney Morning Herald (Fairfax) and the Daily Telegraph (News Ltd). What I found were two different headlines and stories related to the NRL TV deal.
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The NRL is poised to earn a $1.2 billion TV rights deal with Channel Nine and Fox Sports, but some fundamental changes to the game will be implemented to ensure that all stakeholders are happy with the agreement.
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Gold Coast United owner Clive Palmer took to the box last night (SBS’s The World Game) in his escalating public war of words against Football Federation Australia. And he wasn’t holding back.
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In late 2010, James Packer and Lachlan Murdoch traded a few shares among themselves. As a result, Murdoch became a big player in the affairs of the Ten Network.
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I’m getting ready to watch about eight hours of A-League football today, and I doubt I’m the only sports fan gearing up to do so.
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In a season of strong numbers for the A-League, the most important is arguably the television ratings increase; given the current television deal expires in mid-2013.
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Last Friday, Fox Sports aired extensive highlights of two famous Test matches played between the Wallabies and All Blacks.
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With life bans, World Cup draws, Copa America finals and transfer dealings across Europe and beyond attracting most of the football media’s attention, it can be all too easy to forget that the 2011-12 A-League season is getting closer.
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“The one signing which just got me completely perplexed was Francis Awaritefe,” said Fox Sports analyst Robbie Slater on the appointment of Melbourne Victory’s new Director of Football.
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There are quite a few scribes in this forum who maintain that Australian Super Rugby sides have an unfair bonus by playing eight games in the season in local derbies, which are much easier than their overseas counterparts’ local derbies.
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Media and TV rights have been the focus for domestic sports leagues in Australia over the last few months, and the AFL has somehow taken the largest deal of all sports leagues.
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I presume that sooner or later this year, Foxtel will get around to asking their subscribers what they would like to see on the new channel. Or maybe I’m kidding myself and they won’t bother.
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Arsenal versus Manchester United was broadcast live on Pay-TV in the United Kingdom. So too was Manchester City’s clash with West Ham. And while the BBC still broadcasts Match Of The Day, the vast majority of live English football has long been available only to those who pay for it.
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The AFL’s billion-dollar television deal is the equivalent of a big bang for Australian sports – a cosmic explosion that will redefine the landscape. With the AFL’s deal with Channel Seven and Foxtel locked in for 2012 to 2016, other codes most now jockey for their own deals from what’s left.
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