Telstra (Australia)

The Australian Football League has clawed back losses it is suffering due to Covid-19-related renegotiations of its domestic media-rights deals in a two-year extension of its biggest deal, with pay-television operator Foxtel.

Netball Australia has signed a new five-year domestic rights deal with pay-television broadcaster Foxtel

The Australian Football League has announced new agreements with domestic broadcasters Foxtel and Telstra which will extend their rights by two years across the 2023 and 2024 seasons

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

Australian telecommunications company Telstra has entered into a six-year partnership with Perform through which it will aid the digital sports media company’s delivery of its media-rights and production contract with the Women’s Tennis Association.

Gillon McLachlan, chief executive of the AFL, has said that free-to-air coverage of the Aussie rules football competition is likely to drop in 2017 after revealing that Australian commercial broadcaster Channel 10 is unlikely to acquire a rights package.

The Australian National Basketball League club competition has extended and expanded its partnership with telecommunications company Telstra.

Deals for Australia’s new top-tier netball competition signify a strong commitment from broadcasters to women’s sport and could signal a step-change in revenue earned by Netball Australia.