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if this offer is genuine


why hasn't the aflol said yep
lets get this inked .. get this deal done
what are they waiting for
what is there to ponder

oh yea thats right

there is no offer
its just another attempt to create bidding tension & the article says as much :lol: :lol: :rofl: :rofl: :rofl: :(/ :(/ :(/


its laughable its that fake :lol: :lol: :rofl: :rofl: :(/


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truthbomber wrote: Sat Jul 02, 2022 6:32 pm
Quolls2019 wrote: Sat Jul 02, 2022 5:48 pm
truthbomber wrote: Sat Jul 02, 2022 5:30 pm i read somewhere recently paramount are in debt globally to the tune of 16 billion dollars

& fumblers think they're going to fork out 3 billion for their silly little half of one tiny country sport
:-k

8-[

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I think their debt is a little bit more…but yes they have offered $3 billion.

https://simplywall.st/stocks/us/media/n ... ed-balance
i see so
ch 10 are broke
paramount are broke

but .. they're gunna give the awful 3 billion dollars then ? :-k

8-[

:lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :rofl: :rofl: :rofl: :(/
The article does not say they are broke…their business model is interesting.
They are paying their debt payments, and have just paid an extraordinary amount for IPA, upfront apparently.
So….


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truthbomber wrote: Sat Jul 02, 2022 6:47 pm if this offer is genuine


why hasn't the aflol said yep
lets get this inked .. get this deal done
what are they waiting for
what is there to ponder

oh yea thats right

there is no offer
its just another attempt to create bidding tension & the article says as much :lol: :lol: :rofl: :rofl: :rofl: :(/ :(/ :(/


its laughable its that fake :lol: :lol: :rofl: :rofl: :(/
Because the AFL think they can…and maybe will get more….which is a lot.


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Quolls2019 wrote: Sat Jul 02, 2022 8:10 pm
truthbomber wrote: Sat Jul 02, 2022 6:47 pm if this offer is genuine


why hasn't the aflol said yep
lets get this inked .. get this deal done
what are they waiting for
what is there to ponder

oh yea thats right

there is no offer
its just another attempt to create bidding tension & the article says as much :lol: :lol: :rofl: :rofl: :rofl: :(/ :(/ :(/


its laughable its that fake :lol: :lol: :rofl: :rofl: :(/
Because the AFL think they can…and maybe will get more….which is a lot.
more then 600 mill a year :hmm:

8-[

:lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :rofl: :rofl: :(/ :(/ :(/ :(/ :(/
OMFG
fumblers

its not enough they're deluded , they're off their fucking heads

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no one

not paramount ( they're broke )
not ch 10
they're broke too
not ch 9 ..

not foxtel
not ch 7

amazon
disney
not anyone

is paying the derps & misses 600 mill PA , or anything like it

they have the offer from their present partners
& its not great

hence these utter BS stories to try & lever a bit more
it won't work

enjoy fumblers
enjoy :cool:


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truthbomber wrote: Sat Jul 02, 2022 8:21 pm no one

not paramount ( they're broke )
not ch 10
they're broke too
not ch 9 ..

not foxtel
not ch 7

amazon
disney
not anyone

is paying the derps & misses 600 mill PA , or anything like it

they have the offer from their present partners
& its not great

hence these utter BS stories to try & lever a bit more
it won't work

enjoy fumblers
enjoy :cool:
So you are saying no-one will bid for AFL?
No-one will bid more.
Only the current partners are bidding?
As always you are a bit all over the place except you are totally anti AFL.
So enlighten us, exactly what are you predicting?


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Quolls2019 wrote: Sat Jul 02, 2022 8:48 pm
truthbomber wrote: Sat Jul 02, 2022 8:21 pm no one

not paramount ( they're broke )
not ch 10
they're broke too
not ch 9 ..

not foxtel
not ch 7

amazon
disney
not anyone

is paying the derps & misses 600 mill PA , or anything like it

they have the offer from their present partners
& its not great

hence these utter BS stories to try & lever a bit more
it won't work

enjoy fumblers
enjoy :cool:
So you are saying no-one will bid for AFL?
No-one will bid more.
Only the current partners are bidding?
As always you are a bit all over the place except you are totally anti AFL.
So enlighten us, exactly what are you predicting?
yea no one is bidding is what i said :roll: #-o
I said you thick as shit clown

no one is offering 600 mill PA

ive had my say at what I think will occur
a rise akin to inflation 5% , around 20 mill more pa
nothing more, there is no justification for more
no more content , getting whopped by the NRL

Ch7 & foxtel have made their offers already I'd say & this is what they've offered
the aflol want more
they won't get it
no other genuine bidders exist

end of :cool:


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I really hope the massive Channel 10/Paramount+ bid gets up. I’m tired of Channel 7’s coverage of the game and Ten did a good job last time they had the rights.

Big payday for sure, whoever wins the rights, with even News Corp’s The Australian reporting the $3b bid from Channel 10/Paramount+.

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Report: 10 bids $3b for AFL rights
10 reportedly wants all the rights, including digital rights, some matches on 10 and the remainder on Paramount+.

Published by David Knox
on July 2, 2022

10 has bid a record $3b for AFL rights according to a media report.

The Australian reports 10 is understood to have told AFL executives it would be keen to have all the rights, including digital rights, telecasting some matches on its main free-to-air channel and the remainder on Paramount+ streaming.

Incumbents Foxtel and Seven are still considered favourites to maintain their package of rights, but the AFL hopes the 10 offer, which sources say is worth $600m annually over at least five years, will ignite a bidding war.

Foxtel and Seven had previously clinched a record $2.508bn deal with the AFL for six years from 2017, though the terms for Covid-affected years were later reduced when the pandemic hit.

The AFL hopes to secure a deal by the end of July or early August.

10 and an AFL declined to comment.

https://tvtonight.com.au/2022/07/report ... ights.html


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Would be funny watching the meltdown from some hereof it does go through -

I would hate it to go to paramount streaming. Would get rid of fox that’s for sure.
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Fred wrote: Sun Jul 03, 2022 8:06 am Would be funny watching the meltdown from some hereof it does go through -
Yeah true haha

Just imagine the meltdown from all all the V’Landys the Great lovers.

Fred wrote: Sun Jul 03, 2022 8:06 am I would hate it to go to paramount streaming. Would get rid of fox that’s for sure.
What’s the issue with Paramount streaming? I don’t have it, but have heard there are issues with their soccer coverage. Is that what you mean? Surely any issues would be addressed for a major code like the AFL.

Like you, I’d be dumping Fox/Kayo in an instant with no AFL, as I don’t watch anything else on there. Would dump Telstra as my telco too as I only stay with them for the AFL/Kayo deal.


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Beaussie wrote: Sun Jul 03, 2022 5:50 am I really hope the massive Channel 10/Paramount+ bid gets up. I’m tired of Channel 7’s coverage of the game and Ten did a good job last time they had the rights.

Big payday for sure, whoever wins the rights, with even News Corp’s The Australian reporting the $3b bid from Channel 10/Paramount+.

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Report: 10 bids $3b for AFL rights
10 reportedly wants all the rights, including digital rights, some matches on 10 and the remainder on Paramount+.

Published by David Knox
on July 2, 2022

10 has bid a record $3b for AFL rights according to a media report.

The Australian reports 10 is understood to have told AFL executives it would be keen to have all the rights, including digital rights, telecasting some matches on its main free-to-air channel and the remainder on Paramount+ streaming.

Incumbents Foxtel and Seven are still considered favourites to maintain their package of rights, but the AFL hopes the 10 offer, which sources say is worth $600m annually over at least five years, will ignite a bidding war.

Foxtel and Seven had previously clinched a record $2.508bn deal with the AFL for six years from 2017, though the terms for Covid-affected years were later reduced when the pandemic hit.

The AFL hopes to secure a deal by the end of July or early August.

10 and an AFL declined to comment.

https://tvtonight.com.au/2022/07/report ... ights.html
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why are you fumblers so fucking dumb
this bit here indicates its a fantasy offer & doesn't exist & the reason theres been no official comment from Ch 10 paramount

Incumbents Foxtel and Seven are still considered favourites to maintain their package of rights, but the AFL hopes the 10 offer, which sources say is worth $600m annually over at least five years, will ignite a bidding war.


right there.. thats the kicker ..
its just a Saturday morning wank story & there is no substance to it,
on what planet would anyone offer 600 mill for 9 games a week for a sport performing as poorly as the aflol , that rates like a turd in half of the country , that can't get within cooee for eyeballs against another sport in the same market , that is on approx 400 mill pa for 8 games a week.

this hilarious attempt to lever more out of foxtel & 7
( im certain they've tendered their offers & its not a great deal more then the present amounts paid )
is great entertainment & the fumblers lapping it up is every better entertainment :lol: :lol: :rofl: :rofl: :(/ :(/ :(/ :(/


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Fred wrote: Sun Jul 03, 2022 8:06 am Would be funny watching the meltdown from some hereof it does go through -
i somehow don't think it'll be the fumblers laughing fweddy :cool:


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truthbomber wrote: Sun Jul 03, 2022 8:55 am
Beaussie wrote: Sun Jul 03, 2022 5:50 am I really hope the massive Channel 10/Paramount+ bid gets up. I’m tired of Channel 7’s coverage of the game and Ten did a good job last time they had the rights.

Big payday for sure, whoever wins the rights, with even News Corp’s The Australian reporting the $3b bid from Channel 10/Paramount+.

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Report: 10 bids $3b for AFL rights
10 reportedly wants all the rights, including digital rights, some matches on 10 and the remainder on Paramount+.

Published by David Knox
on July 2, 2022

10 has bid a record $3b for AFL rights according to a media report.

The Australian reports 10 is understood to have told AFL executives it would be keen to have all the rights, including digital rights, telecasting some matches on its main free-to-air channel and the remainder on Paramount+ streaming.

Incumbents Foxtel and Seven are still considered favourites to maintain their package of rights, but the AFL hopes the 10 offer, which sources say is worth $600m annually over at least five years, will ignite a bidding war.

Foxtel and Seven had previously clinched a record $2.508bn deal with the AFL for six years from 2017, though the terms for Covid-affected years were later reduced when the pandemic hit.

The AFL hopes to secure a deal by the end of July or early August.

10 and an AFL declined to comment.

https://tvtonight.com.au/2022/07/report ... ights.html
:lol: :lol: :lol: :rofl: :rofl: :(/ :(/ :(/ :(/

why are you fumblers so fucking dumb
this bit here indicates its a fantasy offer & doesn't exist & the reason theres been no official comment from Ch 10 paramount

Incumbents Foxtel and Seven are still considered favourites to maintain their package of rights, but the AFL hopes the 10 offer, which sources say is worth $600m annually over at least five years, will ignite a bidding war.


right there.. thats the kicker ..
its just a Saturday morning wank story & there is no substance to it,
on what planet would anyone offer 600 mill for 9 games a week for a sport performing as poorly as the aflol , that rates like a turd in half of the country , that can't get within cooee for eyeballs against another sport in the same market , that is on approx 400 mill pa for 8 games a week.

this hilarious attempt to lever more out of foxtel & 7
( im certain they've tendered their offers & its not a great deal more then the present amounts paid )
is great entertainment & the fumblers lapping it up is every better entertainment :lol: :lol: :rofl: :rofl: :(/ :(/ :(/ :(/

News Corp’s The Australian would say that wouldn’t they. Gees you will look silly when the AFL announces their latest record breaking broadcast rights deal.


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Beaussie wrote: Sun Jul 03, 2022 10:59 am
truthbomber wrote: Sun Jul 03, 2022 8:55 am
Beaussie wrote: Sun Jul 03, 2022 5:50 am I really hope the massive Channel 10/Paramount+ bid gets up. I’m tired of Channel 7’s coverage of the game and Ten did a good job last time they had the rights.

Big payday for sure, whoever wins the rights, with even News Corp’s The Australian reporting the $3b bid from Channel 10/Paramount+.


:lol: :lol: :lol: :rofl: :rofl: :(/ :(/ :(/ :(/

why are you fumblers so fucking dumb
this bit here indicates its a fantasy offer & doesn't exist & the reason theres been no official comment from Ch 10 paramount

Incumbents Foxtel and Seven are still considered favourites to maintain their package of rights, but the AFL hopes the 10 offer, which sources say is worth $600m annually over at least five years, will ignite a bidding war.


right there.. thats the kicker ..
its just a Saturday morning wank story & there is no substance to it,
on what planet would anyone offer 600 mill for 9 games a week for a sport performing as poorly as the aflol , that rates like a turd in half of the country , that can't get within cooee for eyeballs against another sport in the same market , that is on approx 400 mill pa for 8 games a week.

this hilarious attempt to lever more out of foxtel & 7
( im certain they've tendered their offers & its not a great deal more then the present amounts paid )
is great entertainment & the fumblers lapping it up is every better entertainment :lol: :lol: :rofl: :rofl: :(/ :(/ :(/ :(/

News Corp’s The Australian would say that wouldn’t they. Gees you will look silly when the AFL announces their latest record breaking broadcast rights deal.
why wouldn't they idiot ?
the jurno who wrote the story is a well known aflol lacky .... do some research you bubble dwelling ****
Gees you will look silly when the AFL announces their latest record breaking broadcast rights deal.
& not half as silly as you when the deal announced is not much bigger then the current one
holy schamoly you & your derping mates would wanna be somewhere else :twisted:


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I'snt the idea to make money from these rights?

why would anyone want to stream the AFL?

I wonder if these fantasy/perspective buyers realize just what there letting themselves in for.


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