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Foxtel CEO Peter Tonagh blasts Optus in open letter to EPL fans - Sydney Morning Herald;

Foxtel CEO Peter Tonagh blasts Optus in open letter to EPL fans - Sydney Morning Herald

Sydney Morning HeraldFoxtel CEO Peter Tonagh blasts Optus in open letter to EPL fansSydney Morning HeraldFoxtel's new chief executive has penned an open letter to English Premier League fans telling them that Optus rejected a deal that would have allowed the pay TV provider to continue offering live coverage of the sport. Peter Tonagh wrote the letter ...and more »

Optus EPL plan labelled 'anti-competitive' by Choice - ABC Technology and Games;

Optus EPL plan labelled 'anti-competitive' by Choice - ABC Technology and Games

ABC Technology and GamesOptus EPL plan labelled 'anti-competitive' by ChoiceABC Technology and GamesMARK COLVIN: Further proof that in modern sport, the real battles are played out in the boardrooms as much as on the pitch. Now that Optus has secured the Australian rights to the English Premier League, football fans and consumer advocates are up in ...and more »

Foxtel signs delayed broadcast deals with six big English Premier League clubs - Sydney Morning Herald;

Foxtel signs delayed broadcast deals with six big English Premier League clubs - Sydney Morning Herald

Sydney Morning HeraldFoxtel signs delayed broadcast deals with six big English Premier League clubsSydney Morning HeraldFoxtel has struck back at Optus, after losing English Premier League rights to it last year, by signing new deals with six of the competition's biggest teams to broadcast the clubs' own channels. As revealed by Fairfax Media on Sunday, Foxtel will ...and more »

Foxtel to show EPL matches on 13 hour delay - SBS - The World Game;

Foxtel to show EPL matches on 13 hour delay - SBS - The World Game

SBS - The World GameFoxtel to show EPL matches on 13 hour delaySBS - The World GameFoxtel has announced a deal with six EPL clubs that will mean they can show the matches of Manchester United, Liverpool, Chelsea, Arsenal, Manchester City and Tottenham 13 hours after they happen starting next season. By. SBS. 6 May 2016 - 2:00 PM ...and more »

EPL on Fox Sports: Foxtel CEO's open letter to fans about Optus/Fox deals - Fox Sports;

EPL on Fox Sports: Foxtel CEO's open letter to fans about Optus/Fox deals - Fox Sports

Fox SportsEPL on Fox Sports: Foxtel CEO's open letter to fans about Optus/Fox dealsFox SportsAT FOXTEL we are very passionate about our sport — as passionate as anyone — and we are deeply committed to bringing the best possible experience to all of our fellow sports fans. So you can imagine our disappointment when we were unable to retain ...and more »

Foxtel stays in the game, signing broadcast deals with EPL's six biggest clubs - CNET;

Foxtel stays in the game, signing broadcast deals with EPL's six biggest clubs - CNET

CNETFoxtel stays in the game, signing broadcast deals with EPL's six biggest clubsCNETFoxtel customers will now be able to see every EPL game from Chelsea and Tottenham Hotspur, as well as four other major clubs. Catherine Ivill/Getty Images. Foxtel is retaliating after Optus acquired the exclusive rights to the English Premier League, ...and more »

Foxtel announces plan to claw back Optus' control of English Premier League - but you won't be able to watch the ... - Daily Mail;

Foxtel announces plan to claw back Optus' control of English Premier League - but you won't be able to watch the ... - Daily Mail

Daily MailFoxtel announces plan to claw back Optus' control of English Premier League - but you won't be able to watch the ...Daily MailFoxtel have re-entered the Premier League market on Friday, announcing that it had signed broadcast agreements with six major English Premier League clubs and launching three new 24/7 channels. On Tuesday, Optus angered Australian football fans after ...and more »

Foxtel to show big six EPL clubs with delayed Australian telecasts in 2016-17 - The Guardian;

Foxtel to show big six EPL clubs with delayed Australian telecasts in 2016-17 - The Guardian

The GuardianFoxtel to show big six EPL clubs with delayed Australian telecasts in 2016-17The GuardianAustralian fans of the English Premier League will be able to watch select games on a 12-hour delay during the 2016-17 season after pay-TV provider Foxtel announced the addition of new football-focused channels. Photograph: Catherine Ivill - AMA/Getty ...and more »

Foxtel joins forces with likes of Chelsea, Spurs, Arsenal to offer alternate EPL package to Optus - dailytelegraph.com.au;

Foxtel joins forces with likes of Chelsea, Spurs, Arsenal to offer alternate EPL package to Optus - dailytelegraph.com.au

dailytelegraph.com.auFoxtel joins forces with likes of Chelsea, Spurs, Arsenal to offer alternate EPL package to Optusdailytelegraph.com.auFOXTEL has launched a stunning surprise counter-attack on Optus in the English Premier League broadcasting war by offering disgruntled fans a cheaper alternative for watching matches. Optus is currently dealing with a PR disaster after announcing a ...and more »

Foxtel to show delayed coverage of top EPL games - AdNews;

Foxtel to show delayed coverage of top EPL games - AdNews

AdNewsFoxtel to show delayed coverage of top EPL gamesAdNewsAfter the Optus own goal, Foxtel has quickly gone on attack and netted another goal by securing delayed coverage to key EPL matches. Foxtel 2-0 Optus. Foxtel subscribers will have delayed match coverage of every Premier League fixture involving the six ...and more »

Foxtel has signed its own EPL broadcast deal with individual clubs - Business Insider Australia;

Foxtel has signed its own EPL broadcast deal with individual clubs - Business Insider Australia

Business Insider AustraliaFoxtel has signed its own EPL broadcast deal with individual clubsBusiness Insider AustraliaAfter losing the rights to the English Premier League to Optus last year, Foxtel has now signed broadcast agreements with six major clubs to show their own channels. Optus still has the exclusive rights to live matches, but Foxtel will be able to ...and more »

DRY YR TEARS: Foxtel's Still Gonna Air Delayed Premier League Games - Pedestrian TV;

DRY YR TEARS: Foxtel's Still Gonna Air Delayed Premier League Games - Pedestrian TV

Pedestrian TVDRY YR TEARS: Foxtel's Still Gonna Air Delayed Premier League GamesPedestrian TVOptus' manoeuvre was a clear baiting tactic to gain more customers, and especially screwed over any EPL fans who were locked into multiple different kinds of contracts with other providers. It didn't give anyone outside Optus' patronage the opportunity ...and more »

Foxtel ups ante on Optus signing content from six EPL clubs including delayed matches - MuMbrella;

Foxtel ups ante on Optus signing content from six EPL clubs including delayed matches - MuMbrella

MuMbrellaFoxtel ups ante on Optus signing content from six EPL clubs including delayed matchesMuMbrellaMUTV_logo Foxtel has signed agreements to carry the official channels and other content of six of the most popular English Premier League clubs, as the pay-TV provider looks to retain customers thinking of jumping ship to rivals Optus. The official ...and more »

Foxtel announces delayed English Premier League coverage confounding Optus' live EPL coverage debacle - PC World

Foxtel announces delayed English Premier League coverage confounding Optus' live EPL coverage debaclePC WorldFoxtel revealed today it has signed broadcast partnership agreements with six major English football clubs that will deliver subscribers dedicated new sports channels and programming featuring English Premier League games and exclusive behind the ...and more »

Foxtel offers English soccer club channels - The Australian;

Foxtel offers English soccer club channels - The Australian

The AustralianFoxtel offers English soccer club channelsThe AustralianFoxtel chief executive Peter Tonagh has thrown down the gauntlet to Optus in the battle for English Premier League football fans by offering subscribers the official club television channels to six of the top teams. Mr Tonagh pulled off a coup at Optus ...and more »

Foxtel signs deal with six EPL giants, including three new 24 hour channels - Fox Sports;

Foxtel signs deal with six EPL giants, including three new 24 hour channels - Fox Sports

Fox SportsFoxtel signs deal with six EPL giants, including three new 24 hour channelsFox SportsFOXTEL has signed broadcast agreements with six major English Premier League clubs and will add three new 24 hour channels to the Sports Pack for no extra charge. Deals have been secured to add three 24/7 new channels broadcasting the official TV ...and more »

How to watch the EPL without joining Optus - The New Daily;

How to watch the EPL without joining Optus - The New Daily

The New DailyHow to watch the EPL without joining OptusThe New Daily*This article has been amended from its original version. The PremierLeaguePass service does not have the English Premier League rights for the 2016-17 season.*. Wednesday's announcement that Optus have made their English Premier League (EPL) ...and more »

English Premier League: Foxtel nabs broadcast deals with clubs including Chelsea and Man United - The Advertiser;

English Premier League: Foxtel nabs broadcast deals with clubs including Chelsea and Man United - The Advertiser

The AdvertiserEnglish Premier League: Foxtel nabs broadcast deals with clubs including Chelsea and Man UnitedThe AdvertiserFOXTEL has pulled off a coup signing broadcast agreements with six major English football clubs. The deal will give Aussie subscribers access to a range of English Premier League games plus exclusive club content including pre-season matches, player ...and more »

Optus' pricing for the English Premier League has Australian fans seeing red - Mashable;

Optus' pricing for the English Premier League has Australian fans seeing red - Mashable

MashableOptus' pricing for the English Premier League has Australian fans seeing redMashableOptus' pricing to watch the English Premier League (EPL) has really ticked off Australian fans. The telecommunications provider released its pricing plans on Wednesday, kicking many non-Optus customers off the park. SEE ALSO: See beloved Leicester City ...and more »

Optus unmoved by English Premier League fans' protests - The Australian Financial Review;

Optus unmoved by English Premier League fans' protests - The Australian Financial Review

The Australian Financial ReviewOptus unmoved by English Premier League fans' protestsThe Australian Financial ReviewOptus has brushed aside protests from English Premier League fans, saying it is offering cost effective options to watch matches. Jon Buckle. Share on twitter · Share on Google Plus. by Paul Smith. Optus has brushed aside protests from English Premier ...and more »