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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Youth and high school football should go to flag this fall. For public and student health. Will save money and headaches for principals. Could also recruit new families into game, given concerns about tackle injuries.

Leadership needed. Who’s first?

https://www.aspenprojectplay.org/coronavirus-and-youth-sports/reports/2020/6/30/can-youth-and-high-school-football-responsibly-play-this-fall

Great article by @TomFarrey in @sbjsbd this week about what’s next for community sport in the US. The four ways ‘Sports Can Help Rebuild America’ is a must read. @alacria supports all efforts to get more kids playing & initiatives to increase investment in community facilities.

What a wonderful outcome for football, the @FIFAWWC is coming to Australia and NZ in 2023. Congrats to the bid team. Bring it on! #asone

Whatever code you follow, it’s been a difficult year for footy fans. Here’s hoping we get to celebrate tomorrow & FIFA announces the 2023 Women’s World Cup will be hosted in Aus & NZ. That would give us a great way to promote women’s sport and better gender equality. @AsOne2023

Gil the finisher wins TV code war - for now https://www.theaustralian.com.au/sport/afl/afl-the-winner-of-broadcast-battle/news-story/9fb9aa99cce0fd1956a099835b3168ac