Posted November 07, 2018 16:59:11 In the past few years, the ABC has enjoyed a huge increase in audience, which it attributes to the fact that it has been able to air its programming in its entirety.
However, the new distribution model that the ABC is in talks with the ABC will see the network’s broadcast coverage of its major events (including the World Cup, the Rugby World Cup and the Rugby League World Cup) be delivered by a number of channels, each of which will have a distinct identity and approach to what it does.
With the new model, the broadcaster will be able to focus on events like the Rugby Sevens, the Olympics, the A-League and the World Series.
The network’s new distribution deal with Ten and Nine will see them split the new ABC and Ten package into two parts: one from Ten, the other from Nine.
The deal also includes a new 10 per cent cross-licensing fee with Nine for the first two years of the agreement, with a further 15 per cent of that fee to be paid by Ten over the next four years.
Ten and Ten are also expected to agree to a joint ownership structure for the new package.
This is expected to see a new distribution arrangement between Ten and Seven, which would see Ten pay all of Nine’s share of the package’s revenue.
However the ABC and Seven will retain separate rights to carry the World Cups and the Olympics.
In a joint statement, Ten and News Corp chairman and chief executive David Thodey said the new arrangement would help maximise the value of the ABC, while “increasing the value and flexibility of our distribution model”.
“In particular, it will provide more value for the shareholders of Ten, which have contributed to our growth in the last five years, and for our advertisers and customers, who have made a significant contribution to the success of our programs and products,” Mr Thodeys said.
In the deal, the network will pay Nine an upfront $1.9 billion upfront and an additional $2.2 billion over the first four years of its distribution deal. “
As we look forward to the next phase of our relationship, we look at this as a key opportunity to build on our strong business performance and position ourselves as the most trusted and trusted news source in Australia.”
In the deal, the network will pay Nine an upfront $1.9 billion upfront and an additional $2.2 billion over the first four years of its distribution deal.
The ABC will pay $1 billion over four years, followed by $1 million over five years.
However ABC will retain its share of any revenue generated by Ten and/or Nine, including those from any commercial and subscription revenue, and it will pay up to $400 million over the same period.
The new distribution arrangements are set to be unveiled in the coming weeks.
What’s the difference between Ten, Seven and Nine?
There are a number different types of programming available to ABC viewers.
Ten airs on ABC Radio and ABC TV.
Nine airs on a different channel.
Seven airs on Aussie Network.
Nine is owned by News Corp. Ten is a subsidiary of News Corp, and is the successor to the old ABC network.
Nine has a portfolio of properties and a range of brands, including Channel Nine, ABC Local, ABC News, The Current, ABC Television Network and ABC Sport.
Nine also has the ABC Radio Network and the ABC News Breakfast.
Seven is a joint venture between Nine and News Corporation, and owns the ABC Television network.
Seven’s current distribution deal covers all ABC services from 9:00am to 6:00pm, plus ABC Radio, the News Breakfast, ABC Sport, The ACMA and the Nine Current.
Seven also carries the ABC’s news bulletins, and provides a live streaming service, ABC Live.
Seven has more than 600 million monthly subscribers and is also a major sponsor of the Nine Network, including sponsorship of the National Broadband Network and several national sporting events.
The current distribution agreement between Ten (ABC), Ten Sports and Seven (ABC) is worth $1,500 million over four-years, plus $400 billion over five-years.
Nine Sports (ABC Local) is a wholly-owned subsidiary of the New Zealand Broadcasting Corporation.
Nine owns the Nine Sports News Channel and Nine Sports TV, and also has Nine Sports Media Network.
The New Zealand News Corp is a holding company of News Corporation.
Seven Sports is a partnership between Seven and News Media.
Seven owns the Seven Sports News channel and Seven Sports TV.
Ten owns the Ten Sports channel and Ten Sports TV (and Seven Sports Radio).
Seven also has Ten Sports Media, Ten Sports News, Ten Sport and Ten Radio.
Seven and Ten will both retain their respective rights to broadcast the Olympics and the Aussie Rugby Seven-a-side competition.
The next major event to be broadcast on Ten is the Rugby Series World