Other than a very brief time, history would suggest that broadcasters dont want us to have nice things.
Our only hope is for when one of the streaming giants inevitably buys the exclusive rights to the game.
Smacks of a last second substitute for a 4th Essendon dislike to me.
I too like Jack, but the mind boggles what that 4th Essendon dislike may have said.
No doubt a junior sub-editor is to blame for not giving the people what they really wanted with this egregious censorship.
This has always been the Hutchison/Croc Media modus operandi. Bracket content into tiny bite sizes that are branded. Surround it with wall to wall ads and where possible disguise the ads as content by giving it the live read treatment. It commercial genius...maybe.
I heard that and nearly drove off the road laughing. You could almost hear the terror in his voice at the realisation that "Thomo" would probably call him out on twitter because they are clearly nothing more than mutual acquaintances and certainly not "mates." as Andy splutteringly and...
Had the opportunity to listen to KB and Dr Turf for the first time since they moved to the afternoon shift. Amazingly I tuned in as they were doing their tired old faux quarrelling over the relative merits of each others side, just as they always have. Tuned out almost immediately, this schtick...
Its by design, Dr Turf would be a a very long leash. Expect to hear lots of outlandish/provocative statements across the station as they struggle to get their voice heard from the dead end that they currently find themselves in.
Although the prospect of listening to Kane Cornes talk for hours on end no doubt fills most with a sense of dread, he does fit the Hutchison/Croc media archetype of preferring to generate controversy out of thin air with outlandish statements as a means of trying to set the agenda for the coming...
He is to Dennis Cometti as Josh Bootsma is to Dustin Martin. And I don't mean prime Dennis but the bored Dennis who was clearly phoning in his last couple of years in the commentary box mechanically ticking off the scripted catchphrases as they presented themselves.