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would you class 9pm as late, as that is when the first 2 of Socceroos games will kick-off over in Queensland time.


No. I was just saying that for WA and QLD is pretty good, while for everywhere else (including the two biggest rating markets) it’s not going to be timezone friendly.

Not saying that 10 shouldn’t grab it (quite the opposite actually), but I’m at two odds as to how it will work for everyone.


If you are a die hard fan you will watch anytime…just because its in prime time, people who dont usually watch the sport arnt necessary going to watch it.


WA is Timezone friendly as it’s 4 hours ahead of uae. In 7pm, this could benefit Perth viewers. The eastern seaboard (e.g. Qld, SA, nsw, vic and Tasmania) will finish later in night


That’s really good to hear


Crowd at Suncorp Stadium was 32,922 which was a decent crowd in Brisbane, despite of the rain forecast. Hwang from Korea scored the first goal in the 22nd minute. During the 90+4th minute, Luongo scored a much-needed goal to level the game. I find this game to be a more entertaining game since their last meeting back in the 2015 AFC Asian Cup.


Maybe Fox Sports also has the FTA rights?

They did last time for the 2015 Asian Cup when they decided to sell out to the ABC.



The Socceroos have powered home with a 3-0 win over Lebanon in Tim Cahill’s farewell match in front of 33,628 fans at ANZ Stadium. The crowd at ANZ Stadium was much lower than expected capacity. There were lots of empty seats in the third tier. Tim Cahill, congratulations on a wonderful career. #ThanksTim.





Audio for Supercars coverage is out of sync on SD and HD channels in Adelaide.



10 daily are running a live blog every day over summer for the International cricket called ‘Good Area’s’.


10’s return to broadcast the Melbourne Cup carnival will face its first big test next year, with AAMI Victoria Derby day (November 2) set to clash with the new $7.5 million Golden Eagle for 4-year-olds at Sydney’s Rosehill racecourse on the same day.

It could see two racing telecasts going head to head (Derby Day on 10, Golden Eagle on Seven) unless 10 pays extra money to Racing NSW to cover the Golden Eagle as well.


Who cares about the TV rights, this is likely to damage racing in both Victoria and NSW, not also the new meeting on Cox Plate Day and Stakes Day. There’s only so many horses to go around!


Well next year The Everest is on the same weekend as the Caulfield Cup as opposed to Caulfield Guineas…and most of the Everest field raced a couple of weeks later at Flemington for about half the prizemoney, so it shows just how much of a waste of money the whole concept is.


It seems as though 10 will have a another International Friendly to broadcast by the end of this month. With them telecasting Socceroos vs Oman

It looks as though it will be simulcast through 10 and 10 Bold.


It could be on Bold in Perth?