Fox Sports


#678

I’d like to see a 24/7/365 cricket channel.

If they can do it for NRL and AFL, neither of which are truly national sports like cricket is (ball tampering scandal notwithstanding), then they should be able to do it for cricket.


#679

#680

Why Do They Unnecessarily Capitalise The First Letter Of Every Word?!


#681

I Have Absolutely No Idea.


#682

With there now being a “Sky Cricket” channel in the UK, taking into consideration the success of Fox Footy/League and the fact that cricket is Australia’s most popular Summer sport (yes the ball tampering scandal has rocked the game, but Australian cricket will eventually get over this), you’d have to think that Foxtel would really like a “Fox Cricket” channel so they can retain subscribers all year round.

Of course, I’d personally like to see all forms of cricket remain exclusive to free to air TV. But from a purely business point of view, Fox Sports bidding hard for Cricket Australia Pay TV broadcast rights so they can establish a “Fox Cricket” channel does make quite a lot of sense IMO. As well as coverage from within Australia, such a channel could also run coverage of overseas tournaments (which Fox Sports has the rights to quite a lot of, if I’m not mistaken).


#683

I’d like to see simulcasts of any free to air cricket on a dedicated FOX Cricket channel under the next rights deal (as we have now with NRL and AFL).


#684

Getting rights to the IPL is big especially given the popularity around the world.


#685

I wonder why it hasn’t been on air in Australia since the debut season back in 2008?
ONE HD had it then and we haven’t seen it since.

I suspect the BCCI wanted too much money for it?


#686

As it’s a Murdoch run channel who have the rights in India and they pour $$ into the sport there it could have been a little inside rights deal to show Cricket Australia they are serious about cricket. Cause if they don’t get the rights, it will be interesting to see if they show it next year! :thinking:


#687

Fox Sports Set To Deliver Most Comprehensive Masters Coverage Yet

FOX SPORTS, on Foxtel, will deliver its most comprehensive coverage of The Masters when the first major of the year tees off next month.

As the home of golf in Australia, FOX SPORTS will be the only place to watch start to finish LIVE and HD Masters coverage and in 2018 it gets better. For the first time ever, fans will be able to watch all the action ad-break free.

The most comprehensive Masters coverage on TV begins on Monday 2 April when FOX SPORTS 507 becomes a dedicated 24 hour Masters channel.

Fans can also sign up to Foxtel’s streaming service, Foxtel Now, and be watching all the action in just minutes. Visit http://www.foxsports.com.au/get-fox-sports to sign up for a free two-week trial.

Golf lovers can warm up to this year’s tournament with the Masters Films; a series of documentaries which looks back on some of the biggest wins from across Masters history including Tiger Woods’ four victories, Phil Mickelson three triumphs and Adam Scott’s historic maiden win in 2013.

Masters – On The Range also returns in 2018 providing fans with unprecedented analysis, interviews and previews live from the practice range of Augusta National.

Focus then turns to the green when LIVE action gets underway from Thursday 5 April with all the action from the annual Augusta Par 3 competition.

On Friday (April 6), Round One swings into action on when the biggest names in golf including defending champion Sergio Garcia, World Number 1 Dustin Johnson line-up against Australian hopefuls Jason Day and Adam Scott.

FOX SPORTS’ digital channels will continue to deliver multi-camera coverage of the opening major with fans able to watch Featured Groups, Amen Corner and the 15th and 16th holes via the FOX SPORTS APP or at Foxsports.com.au.

LIVE, ad break free and HD coverage will continue across the weekend culminating on April 9 when a new champion is presented with the famous Green Jacket.

FOX SPORTS is available exclusively on Foxtel.

THE MASTERS – FOX SPORTS BROADCAST SCHEDULE ON FOX SPORTS 507
MON 2 APR: Dedicated channel switches on 1.30am
THU 5 APR: Par 3 competition 5:00am
FRI 6 APR: The Masters: Round One 5:00am
SAT 7 APR: The Masters: Round Two 5:00am
SUN 8 APR: The Masters: Round Three 5:00am
MON 9 APR: The Masters: Final Round 4:00am

*times listed are in AEST


#688

I think I posted earlier in this thread there were significant legal troubles that forced it off air on One, and the previous broadcasters (Sony) wanted it for quite a lot.

Now the broadcast rights are owned by Star (A Fox/Disney? company) who would be (slightly) more favourable to Fox Sports.


#689

No thanks. We don’t need another sport being smothered to death by the scourge of fox.

Free to air need exclusivity and sports will benefit from this rather than having the iron fist of Murdoch and his pathetic cronies monopolising sports


#690

Westfield Matildas at the AFC Women’s Asian Cup Live And Only On Fox Sports

LIVE and EXCLUSIVE coverage of all Matildas’ matches on FOX SPORTS, on Foxtel
Caitlin Foord, Amy Harrison and Ante Juric on pre and post game panel
Stream the action LIVE via Foxtel Now

The Westfield Matildas travel to Jordan this week to compete in the AFC Women’s Asian Cup, and FOX SPORTS, on Foxtel, will be the only place to watch the action unfold.

FOX SPORTS will ensure football fans are able to watch the Aussies LIVE in action, with ad-break free and HD coverage of every Matildas match throughout the two-week competition.

With Foxtel’s streaming service, Foxtel Now, fans can get instant access and be signed up and streaming all the action LIVE within minutes. To try two weeks for free, go to www.getfoxsports.com.au.

There will be plenty to play for in Jordan with the top five teams securing automatic qualification to the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup in France.

It all kicks off on Sunday (April 8) with the Matildas’ opening pool clash against South Korea.

The action continues next week with a showdown against Vietnam (Wednesday 11 April) and Japan (Friday 13 April).

An expert panel featuring injured Matildas Caitlin Foord and Amy Harrison, Sydney FC coach Ante Juric and host Tara Rushton will be on hand to guide viewers through the action.

The Matildas head to the tournament buoyed by a decisive 5 – 0 victory over Thailand in Perth last week.

FOX SPORTS is exclusively available on Foxtel.

FOX SPORTS’ BROADCAST SCHEDULE
Sun 8 April: Matildas v South Korea: LIVE at 2.45am EST on FOX SPORTS 501
Wed 11 Apr: Vietnam v Matildas: LIVE at 2.45am EST on FOX SPORTS 501
Fri 13 Apr Japan v Matildas: LIVE at 11.30pm EST on FOX SPORTS 501


#691

In case anyone’s wondering who the commentators are for the IPL:
Sunil Gavaskar (India), Manjrekar (India), Murali Kartik (India), Harsha Bhogle (India), L Sivaramakrishnan (India), Rohan Gavaskar (India), Deep Das Gupta (India) and Anjum Chopra (India). Simon Doull (New Zealand), Danny Morison (New Zealand), Mpumelelo ‘Pommie’ Mbangwa (Zimbabwe), Michael Slater (Australia), Brett Lee (Australia), Matthew Hayden (Australia), Michael Clarke (Australia), Lisa Sthalekar (Australia), Melanie Jones (Australia), Michael Vaughn (England), David Lloyd (England) Kevin Pietersen (England), Nasser Hussain (England), Isha Guha (England), Greame Smith (South Africa) and Ian Bishop (West Indies)


#692

Just watching the highlights from last night’s game now.
Here is a screenshot of the graphics.
Looks okay.


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#694

The draw for next year’s Asian Cup soccer tournament was made overnight. Defending champion Australia is in group B alongside Syria, Jordan and Palestine. The Socceroos met Syria and Jordan in the recent World Cup qualifying campaign. The Asian Cup will be held in United Arab Emirates in January and Fox Sports has the broadcast rights.


#695

Former tennis player Sam Groth has joined Fox Sports’ commentary team for the French Open tennis tournament, which starts next week.


#696

Fox Sports Serves Up Biggest Ever Roland Garros Coverage Live and in Prime Time

Fox Sports the only place to watch LIVE, start-to-finish coverage of Roland Garros
Over 180 hours of LIVE and HD tennis with additional coverage across multiple channels
First three hours of each day’s play EXCLUSIVELY LIVE up until the quarter finals
Sam Groth joins Adam Peacock in the commentary box

FOX SPORTS, on Foxtel, is set to deliver its biggest broadcast of the year’s second Grand Slam, when Roland Garros swings into action on May 27.

FOX SPORTS will be the only place to watch this year’s tournament LIVE, from start-to-finish and in HD, with round-the-clock coverage on FOX SPORTS 505.

Foxtel viewers will receive the most comprehensive daily coverage from the opening day through to the Men’s and Women’s Singles Finals, with all the big matches replayed throughout the day.

FOX SPORTS’ daily, prime-time coverage begins at 7.00pm EST, with the first three hours of each day’s play available EXCLUSIVELY LIVE up to the Quarter Finals.

Over 180 hours of LIVE action will be available on two HD channels, with additional courts available on six days in the opening week-and-a-half of the competition.

In addition to LIVE, start-to-finish coverage, FOX SPORTS will deliver a daily highlights show recapping the biggest moments from all the big match ups.

An expert commentary team including Fred Stolle, Mark Woodforde, Kim Clijsters, Mats Wilander and Marion Bartoli will guide viewers through the action.

FOX SPORTS will ensure Australian viewers get to watch more local talent televising additional matches featuring Aussie players with Adam Peacock teaming up with former Davis Cup player Sam Groth to call the action.

Foxsports.com.au will be the destination to follow the action online, with in-depth reports, video highlights and live scores.

Carrying the local hopes in the men’s draw are Nick Kyrgios and Thanasi Kokkinakis, while Ashleigh Barty and Daria Gavrilova lead the charge for the Aussie women.

Following his recent victory against World No. 1 Roger Federer, all eyes will be on young-gun Kokkinakis as he looks to step up against the world’s best.

FOX SPORTS is available exclusively on Foxtel.

Fox Sports broadcast schedule
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Additional Feeds
Mon 28 May: LIVE at 7pm on FOX SPORTS 503
Tue 29 May: LIVE at 7pm on FOX SPORTS More (Ch 507)
Wed 30 May: LIVE at 7pm on FOX SPORTS More (Ch 507)
Thu 31 May: LIVE at 7pm on FOX SPORTS More (Ch 507)
Fri 1 Jun: LIVE at 11.30pm on FOX SPORTS 501
Mon 4 Jun: LIVE at 7pm on FOX SPORTS 503


#697

Fred stolle still going?.. Peacock and Groth should be good for the aussie matches but i’ll stick with Eurosport player and choice of every court…