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Seven sweeps AFMA awards as Bruce McAvaney, Brian Taylor and 7NEWS’ Tom Browne recognised

Seven AFL commentators Bruce McAvaney and Brian Taylor, along with 7NEWS reporter Tom Browne were last tonight honoured at the Australian Football Media Association awards.

Fresh racing line-up on SEVEN ready to put the focus on SYDNEY after 10 steals the MELBOURNE CUP

Saturday marks the start of a huge Spring of racing for Seven with the network broadcasting the San Domenico Stakes from Rosehill, and the Memsie Stakes from Caulfield.

Racing War looms as SEVEN SYDNEY prepares to battle 10 MELBOURNE

SEVEN is striking back against its new racing rival with confirmation the network will broadcast the Golden Eagle from Rosehill on the same day as Melbourne Cup Carnival coverage premieres on 10.

End of an Era as TEN uses legal contract to lock Bruce McAvaney out of Melbourne Cup Broadcast

The TEN Network has taken the extraordinary move to single out high profile SEVEN Network presenters Bruce McAvaney and Hamish McLachlan as it looks to protect its new investment in the Melbourne Cup carnival

Bruce McAvaney hosts the 2017 BROWNLOW MEDAL

Seven will broadcast the Brownlow Medal LIVE Monday 25 September as Bruce McAvaney hosts the prestigious count to find the winner of the AFL’s most coveted individual honour, the Charles Brownlow Medal. 

Bruce McAvaney cancer revelation causes infighting at Seven News

Friday’s revelation that beloved sports broadcaster Bruce McAvaney had been diagnosed with leukaemia not only shocked and moved sports fans across Australia, it also caused quite a bit of tension in the Seven newsroom.

AIRDATE: Road to Rio on Seven

It's less than 80 days to go until the Rio 2016 Olympic Games, and Seven's new weekly program Road to Rio will start the journey for Australian sport fans as we become inspired and fall in love with our Olympians.

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Toronto film festival hit I CARE A LOT coming directly to Amazon Prime Video

Sydney, Australia, 15 January 2021 – Following its critically acclaimed debut at the 2020 Toronto Film Festival, the highly anticpated dark comic thriller I Care a Lot, starring Rosamund Pike (Gone Girl), Peter Dinklage (Game of Thrones), Eiza González (Baby Driver) and Dianne Wiest (Parenthood, Edward Scissorhands), will launch exclusively on Amazon Prime Video in Australia on 19 February.