Netball

The International Netball Federation has announced an overhaul of its rules for the sport, with the global governing body stating that the changes will enhance the appeal of netball to broadcasters.

The International Netball Federation has launched its own official channel on video-sharing website YouTube.

The Fiji Broadcasting Corporation has agreed a deal to broadcast free-to-air coverage of this year’s Netball World Cup national team tournament to audiences in the country.

Netball World Cup Sydney 2015 has partnered with the Netball Live mobile app to enhance the national team tournament’s global coverage.

SuperSport, the pay-television broadcaster which operates in sub-Saharan Africa, has secured rights to the 2015 Netball World Cup.

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Pay-television broadcaster Sky has acquired rights in New Zealand for the Netball World Cup national team tournament.

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UK pay-television broadcaster Sky has acquired rights to the 2015 Netball World Cup national team event.

Netball Australia has launched a mobile streaming service in collaboration with telecommunications company Telstra.

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Netball Australia has confirmed that commercial broadcaster Ten has not paid a rights fee under its new deal for the sport and is instead effectively being paid by the governing body’s sponsors.

Netball Australia has signed a two-year rights deal with pay-television broadcaster Fox Sports and commercial broadcaster Ten.

 

Australian commercial network Ten last month acquired free-to-air rights to the Netball World Cup – to be hosted in Sydney this summer – for a nominal fee.

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Australian pay-television broadcaster Fox Sports and commercial broadcaster Ten have acquired rights to the 2015 Netball World Cup national team event, which will take place in the country next year.

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