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The impact of CBS’s takeover of Ten is much larger than just one network

Ten Network is being acquired by US broadcaster CBS Corporation. CBS now controls three TV channels – Ten, Eleven and One – as well as a fledgling streaming service, Tenplay. But this acquisition is only the beginning of the shakeup to the Australian television industry. CBS is a major supplier of content to all the… Keep Reading

Interview with Bloomberg – CBS Takeover of Ten Network

Spoke with Bloomberg about CBS’ takeover of the Ten Network. You can read the article here: CBS to Buy Australian Network as Test Ground for Streaming – https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2017-08-27/cbs-to-buy-australia-s-ten-saving-tv-network-from-collapse Keep Reading

Interview with Nine.com.au – Australian sporting rights could be impacted by CBS acquisition of Ten, expert claims

Spoke with Nine.com.au Finance about CBS’ takeover of the Ten Network. You can read the article here: Australian sporting rights could be impacted by CBS acquisition of Ten, expert claims – https://finance.nine.com.au/2017/08/28/12/38/ten-cbs-sporting-rights Keep Reading

Ten Network’s problems are history repeating

Reporters at the Ten Network relayed the news of their employer’s voluntary administration, during a staff meeting. The network was looking to refinance to the tune of A$250 million, after its existing finance was due to expire on December 23. But Ten’s directors said they were left no choice but to appoint administrators from KordaMentha… Keep Reading

Chasing the audience: is it over and out for cricket on free to air TV?

How Australians watch cricket on screens in the future could depend on what happens with the Nine Network’s current discussions with Cricket Australia over the 2018-23 media rights. UBS media analyst Eric Choi said the current deal costs Nine about A$100 million a year but generates only A$60 million to A$70 million in gross revenue.… Keep Reading

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Television agreement a WIN for Network Ten

The Ten Network is signing a five year regional television affiliation agreement with WIN, ending long standing speculation. While WIN needs Ten’s big name programs, this move looks forced and results in WIN sacrificing its affiliation with a higher ranking network, whereas Ten gains additional markets from WIN, the largest of the regional broadcasters. WIN… Keep Reading

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