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  • Seven Network will broadcast the all-electric off-road Extreme E races

    Australian media company, the Seven Network, has today confirmed it will broadcast innovative electric race series, Extreme E, on its free-to-air network and market-leading BVOD platform, 7plus.    Seven, which is part of Seven West Media, will air Extreme E’s one-hour highlights programmes throughout its capital cities including Sydney, Melbourne,...
  • Seven took a rubbish corporate deal with Optus 5G, over streaming you the Tokyo Olympics in 4K

    The Seven Network has the rights for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics. The event will be captured in stunning 4K quality. By now, you’ve likely invested in a lovely big 4K TV and you’re all set to watch the Olympics in 4K right? Wrong. Chances are that when the 2020...
  • The Olympic Games starts today, captured in stunning 8K

    Today the 2016 Olympics in Rio begins, marked by the opening ceremony. The world’s sporting elite compete every 4 years and in that time, technology advances substantially. While there’s been short, experimental clips shot before, these Olympics will be captured in glorious 8K quality. That’s a mega 7,680×4,320 pixels and don’t forget...
  • Regional TV channels changed today, here’s what’s new

    With the exception of HD quality, TV in regional areas of Australia have today gone through the biggest change in decades. From today, the WIN Network will now show programs you’re used to seeing on Network Ten. Channel numbers won’t change and neither will the broadcast frequencies, so you won’t have to re-tune...
  • Video algorithms from SAP will change sport forever

    SAP is a software solutions company and they’ve just learned a new trick. At CES 2015, they’re showing off a new prototype that analyses video footage of sporting events to automatically create player, team and game statistics. Currently the stats we see from sporting events are done by a...
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