An outbreak of ‘streaming wars’ in Australia has injected life into a sports media rights market that this time last year looked threatened by a sharp decline.
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…
ViacomCBS-owned Australian broadcaster Network Ten is targeting domestic A-League football rights to help launch new streaming platform Paramount+ in the market, The Sydney Morning Herald has reported
Netball Australia has signed a new five-year domestic rights deal with pay-television broadcaster Foxtel
Australian media group Nine Entertainment has announced further details of its move into sports streaming with its new service Stan Sport, set to launch in early February
Australian free-to-air broadcaster Nine and pay-television operator Foxtel are close to agreeing new rights deals for the domestic Super Netball club competition
Australian commercial broadcaster Nine Entertainment has recruited Murray Shaw, an experienced sports production executive in Australia, as its head of rugby
Australian free-to-air broadcaster Nine has acquired rights to the 2023 Ashes cricket series, which will take place in England
Australian free-to-air broadcaster Nine and its new subscription streaming service Stan Sport have secured three-year deals to broadcast the Wimbledon and French Open Grand Slam tennis tournaments from…
Australian broadcaster Nine Entertainment is launching a premium sports streaming service, Stan Sports, following its acquisition of Rugby Australia domestic media rights
Australian free-to-air broadcaster Nine is reported to be in talks with Rugby Australia about a deal to take exclusive control of the organisation's domestic media rights
Hugh Marks, the chief executive of Australian commercial broadcaster Nine, has suggested that its rights deal for cricket’s Twenty20 World Cup is no longer valid following the recent postponement of t…
Australia’s top domestic federations have accepted significant short-term rights-fee cuts in renegotiated deals with domestic broadcasters, prioritising income security in the aftermath of the Covid-19 shutdown.
Australian telco Telstra is set to lose its National Rugby League mobile rights after the current cycle ends in 2022, as the league looks to preserve greater exclusivity for its television partners
Australia’s National Rugby League (NRL) has today (Thursday) marked the resumption of its 2020 season by agreeing fresh rights deals with pay-television operator Foxtel and commercial free-to-air broadcaster N…
Australia's National Rugby League has been reported by local media to be this week agreeing seven-year domestic media rights deals worth nearly A$2.3bn ($1.5bn/€1.4bn).
Australian broadcasters Foxtel and Nine are seeking reductions in their rights fees for the NRL this year of between 16 per cent and 24 per cent, according to the Sydney Morning Herald