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WNBL announces Dec 2 tip-off and broadcast deal

The Women's National Basketball League (WNBL) 2021/22 season will tip-off on Thursday, December 2, showcasing a wealth of quality Australian and International talent.

A deal penned with Foxtel, Kayo and ABC will ensure fans won’t miss any of the action with EVERY game being broadcast across the season. Both Fox Sports and ABC will feature a game of the round LIVE each week in the premium 5pm Saturday slot.

All 84 regular season games and finals will be broadcast LIVE on Kayo meaning fans have all their WNBL action available in one place. In addition, up to two games per week will be broadcast LIVE on Kayo Freebies and one game per week on Kayo YouTube, ensuring accessibility for all viewers. The Foxtel Group has the largest audience of sports fans in Australia with over 2.4m households watching sport on Foxtel and Kayo.

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Read this the other day - good stuff.

Assuming it's a "revenue sharing" type agreement?

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Align the teams jackson.... Like every other major sport in this country.

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Relax Coach  
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Fantastic to see the WNBL back on TV with extended coverage. Hopefully, it brings in more sponsorship opportunities for the teams.

I'm thinking there is unlikely to be any direct revenue from the broadcast rights.

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So just on a local league note, York will be coaching interstate well into the new year, how the hell is she going to prepare the Central's men. Might sound like a good appointment on paper, but another waste of money for lions.

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Why do we even have a bendigo team ffs in a national league.

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Bendigo have a population of 100,000. Cairns have a population of 280,000. Townsville has a population of 180,000. I don't see a huge difference.

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Fox Sports producing exclusive content on Kayo and bypassing their main platform of Foxtel is a joke.

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#434 must be joking

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#439 numbers don't lie

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Season Schedule Released


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Little disappointed there arent more arvo games for the Boomers, but thats just a personal preference thing.

Great to see all games on Kayo. Should be a good season

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