Australia’s burgeoning sports streaming market benefitted another domestic rights-holder last month as Football Australia scored a major deal with media group Ten.
ViacomCBS-owned Australian broadcaster Network Ten has struck a deal with Football Australia to broadcast all national team matches outside of World Cups until 2024
A-League rights fees fall but the rights-holder is considered to have a strong new home on Ten and Paramount+.
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
Commercial free-to-air broadcaster Ten has made an offer to renew its rights deal with Rugby Australia, the national governing body, but is said to be seeking a reduction in its fee
Australian motor-racing series Supercars is close to new domestic media-rights agreements with pay-television broadcaster Foxtel and free-to-air broadcaster Seven for 2021 onwards
Australian free-to-air commercial broadcaster Ten has posted a A$226.6m (€140m/$157.8m) loss, warning that the Covid-19 pandemic could have a “material” impact on its financial position. T
Australian commercial broadcasters Seven, Ten and Nine are interested in acquiring rights to horse racing events operated by the Racing Queensland body
Australia’s Supercars motor-racing series is in discussions over new domestic rights deals with its current agreements with commercial broadcaster Ten and pay-television operator Foxtel due to expire a…
Australian commercial broadcaster Ten is close to agreeing a new deal for free-to-air rights to the domestic A-League and W-League club football competitions, according to the Sydney Morning Herald
Football Federation Australia has confirmed it is in talks with commercial broadcaster Ten over a deal that could give the A-League significantly more exposure via free-to-air television
Pay-television broadcaster Fox Sports and commercial broadcaster Ten are set to secure rights in Australia to the 2019 Rugby World Cup, according to the Sydney Morning Herald