Yeah, Channel 9 would do it too
If Channel 7 does one thing, Channel 9 will do it as well. It's ***-for-tat, like Backyard Blitz and Ground Force, and also Today Tonight and A Current Affair! Lol!
Channel 9 will surely force us to watch ads. During the Logies, the affiliates were duped into airing a "National Nine News" promo, and they weren't happy.
For US members, our affiliates work differently. The affiliates take care of the advertising themselves 100%, the network has no input whatsoever into advertising, no such thing as a "national ads" that gets broadcast on the network, it's all done at a local level. But on the other hand, the network doesn't need to take into consideration the affiliates when putting content online, because the affiliates themselves are independent regarding advertising revenue.
One channel which would benefit heavily from this is Ten. With Australian Idol, Big Brother 6, and before, The Biggest Loser, they could've done extremely well with internet streaming.
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