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Seven to fight Nine over lucrative television shows – Sydney Morning Herald

Kerry Stokes-controlled company will try to steal popular television programs such as Ninja Warrior and Love Island Australia from rival free-to-air networks.



Seven chief executive and managing director James Warburton told The Sydney Morning Herald and The Age that securing The Voice provided “certainty” as he flagged Seven’s interest in other existing television formats.
“It’s a big win and provides certainty for Seven,” Mr Warburton said. “We continue to look for proven formats as we rebuild our content with a focus on linear and broadcast video on demand and the 25-54 demographic.”
Television networks and subscription streaming services have bee…

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