/ 09 February 2023

Let the broadcast games begin…

Image source: Getty
Image source: Getty

The 2032 Olympics in Brissie will be exclusively aired on Nine after the media giant inked a $315 million deal with the International Olympic Committee. It ends the Games’ longstanding partnership with rival broadcaster Seven, which has televised every Olympics since the 1970s… except the 2012 London Games. The new, decade-long deal gives Nine the broadcasting rights to the 2024 Paris Olympics, the 2028 Los Angeles Olympics, and the Winter Games. Broadcasting rights of our biggest sports have been in the news a lot in the last few months. In September last year, Seven and Foxtel secured the AFL until 2031 in a historic deal worth $4.5 billion. And in January, Aussie Cricket signed a 7-year deal worth $1.5 billion that will see Seven and Foxtel stay at the crease until the end of the 2030-31 season. Nine has ongoing deals for the NRL and Aussie Open tennis. 

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