Luke Bould Joins The Ticket Podcast

Luke Bould joins Tracey Holmes to discuss sports broadcast rights, diversity in coverage, paper bags and the potential for large streamers to enter The Australian sports rights market.

Also, David Sharpe, a man with intimate knowledge of crime gangs, terrorism and anti-doping will head head up powerful new body Sport Integrity Australia. He is a feature guest along with one of the world’s great cyclists Anna Meares.
Plus the Covid-19 impact on mental health, broadcast fees and smaller sports going to the wall.

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🏏📽️Some of the action from a successful USA Cricket Talent ID Event for Women and Girls in North Carolina🙌

Just one trial remains in Seattle, Washington

More details➡️: https://www.usacricket.org/media-release/usa-cricket-announces-women-and-girls-talent-id-events-on-west-coast/

alacria talks rugby: What Rugby Australia is weighing up in broadcast talks. https://www.smh.com.au/sport/rugby-union/you-can-t-just-bank-your-dollars-what-rugby-australia-is-weighing-up-in-broadcast-talks-20201019-p566fe.html

The solution lies in bringing soccer programs to low-income communities, and high quality local play, as opposed to cherry-picking and scholarshipping talent for clubs in the burbs. https://sports.yahoo.com/the-privilege-of-play-why-the-worlds-game-is-a-white-game-in-the-us-150024228.html

Two years to go today until the @FIBA Women’s Basketball World Cup tips off in Sydney. Lots of hard work ahead, but a really talented team has come together to ensure a wonderful event and enduring legacy for Australian basketball and women’s sport. Can’t wait!!

Thankful for the opportunity to update 90 nations on Australia’s sports diplomacy program @expo2020dubai we look forward
to highlighting the unifying power of sports to promote gender equality, disability inclusion, social cohesion & healthy lifestyles #SDG3 #DFAT #GdayExpo2020