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A major shake-up of Australia’s ‘anti-siphoning’ laws – laws that govern which sporting events should be shown on free-to-air television – will likely be avoided, despite pressure from pay-television broadcaster Foxtel for the list to be shortened.

Australian free-to-air broadcaster Ten is reported to have agreed a new multi-year rights agreement with pay-television broadcaster Foxtel to show the Australian Formula 1 Grand Prix and Australian MotoGP…

Australian media reports say that Foxtel and Seven are close to renewing their domestic media rights for the Australian Football League, although one report says a final round of talks will take place…

Australian Professional Leagues (APL) has secured exclusive rights to club competitions of the Asian Football Confederation (AFC), the governing body of Asian football, for the 2021-24 cycle

Optus is thought to have faced competition from only one other bidder for the Premier League rights: US-based media group ViacomCBS.

Australian telco Optus has renewed its exclusive rights for the English Premier League for the next six seasons, in a deal running from 2022-23 to 2027-28

ViacomCBS-owned Australian broadcaster Network Ten has acquired rights to the English FA Cup

Australian broadcaster Nine Entertainment is close to extending its biggest sports media rights property, free-to-air rights for the National Rugby League, according to local media

The English Premier League last week launched a media rights tender in Australia for its upcoming rights cycle, 2022-23 to 2024-25, with first-round bids due by November 15

ViacomCBS-owned Australian broadcaster Network Ten has secured free-to-air rights to Australia’s National Basketball League (NBL) for the next three years.

All three of the main Australian television networks are expected to be allowed to bid for free-to-air rights to the National Rugby League, with the Australian Rugby League Commission said to be looking…

Network Ten reaffirmed its return as a force in Australian sports broadcasting and said it wants to be the "home of football", in comments made around reporting of its financial results for 2020