- Mar 3, 2014
- AFL Club
- Port Adelaide
- Other Teams
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I can guarantee you the two games that will have the biggest most exciting build ups of all next year. We all know why that will be...
The only time I remember that happening is ANZAC day falling on Thursdays. Every Thursday night game this year was definitely FTA and I'm pretty sure the year before too.There's no guarantees it will be nationally televised on FTA. There have been Fox Footy exclusive Thursday night games in the past.
Not under this 2017-22 TV deal.There's no guarantees it will be nationally televised on FTA. There have been Fox Footy exclusive Thursday night games in the past.
This is why we might get a national showdown game. Caro yesterday arvo wrote an article for today's paper, on how AFL are talking to 7 about extending the TV deal by 2 years from 2022 to 2024 without the usual big bidding process by all media players.
AFL boss Gillon McLachlan is exploring a two-year extension of the broadcast rights agreement which would take its decades-long relationship with the Seven Network until the end of 2024. The Age understands McLachlan has been holding talks with the league's long-time free-to-air broadcaster in a bid to create longer-term certainty amid a rapidly changing media climate.
McLachlan had been looking at the possibility of an extension with Tim Worner, the long-time Seven chief executive who was suddenly removed from that role on Thursday night, in a shock decision by Seven West chairman Kerry Stokes. Coincidentally Worner lunched with McLachlan at a French bistro in Toorak on Thursday and only learned of his axing when he arrived back in Sydney that night. Former Seven executive James Warburton, who departed the network in 2011 to run Channel Ten, will replace Worner. McLachlan refused to comment on Friday regarding the prospect of a broadcast rights protraction.
The current agreement finishes at the end of 2022 and is worth an estimated $418 million a year - 67 per cent up on the previous rights deal. Recent commentary has suggested that the next broadcast deal could prove unrecognisable given the plethora of new media players. The uncertain and evolving media landscape dictates that at least one global streaming service could play a major role in the next media rights. This was underlined in April when The Age revealed that McLachlan was taking an AFL team to the US for scheduled talks with tech giants Amazon, Google and Facebook.
No this is dumb.Put this on ice.
This group is a big enough of an embarrassment to this club, we don't need them s**tting on the Prison Bars also.
Maybe... Fair bit of emotion in my post, this administration seem to s**t on every bit of PAFC they can. Playing like that in the Prison Bars would be rubbing salt into the wounds.No this is dumb.
Dress for the job you want not the job you have.
The more Port Adelaide we act the more Port Adelaide our results will become.
It’s sorta like when Cardiff wore red instead of blue and white for a little while, but this is permanent.Let's just reflect on the fact that we're the only sporting team in the world who can't even manage to wear its preferred playing uniform. If we can't achieve something as simple and universal as that, how the hell could we ever hope to do something like win a premiership?
True.Correct me if I am wrong on this topic but before we joined the AFL was the prison bar guernsey never worn at training in the minor round. You had to make the finals to have the right to wear it at training. So if this is correct this team does not deserve to wear the famous PRISON BAR Guernsey.
Yes they do, just not at training..Correct me if I am wrong on this topic but before we joined the AFL was the prison bar guernsey never worn at training in the minor round. You had to make the finals to have the right to wear it at training. So if this is correct this team does not deserve to wear the famous PRISON BAR Guernsey.