Hitting the slopes in less than two weeks, position your brand where the most bankable audience of February will be during the Olympic Winter Games Beijing 2022.
Opening Ceremony starts at 11pm AEDT 4 February 2022.
WHAT YOU WANT, WHEN YOU WANT IT
Seven will deliver its exclusive broadcast across 20 channels, LIVE, FREE and in HD. There will be the opportunity to stream every sport on demand or watch the highlights via our bite-sized minis.
FOR THOSE WHO WANT MORE
7plus will become a Winter Olympics hub with additional bonus content at your fingertips. Keep up to date with the medal tally, results and event schedule. You can also find out about every sport, our homegrown talent, athlete interviews and much more.
PERSONALISATION AT SCALE
They’ll be new innovations within 7plus, further enhancing the viewer experience, bringing them the athletes, countries and sports they want to watch. This gives brands more opportunities to connect and engage with the audiences they want.
Saturday Feb 5:
Men’s Moguls Final – featuring Aussie Olympic 2018 Silver Medallist Matt Graham. Can he win Australia’s first medal of the games?
Sunday Feb 6:
Women’s Moguls Final – featuring four-time Olympian Britt Cox & Jakara Anthony. And catch the speedsters in the Men’s Downhill & Men’s Luge.
Wednesday Feb 9:
Men’s & Women’s Halfpipe begins. Scotty James v Shaun White
Sunday Feb 13:
Monobob – Aussie World cup medallist Bree Walker solo down the bobsleigh track. Women’s Aerials gets underway, featuring Australia’s world champion Laura Peel.
Monday Feb 14:
Figure Skating – Ice Dance Gold – The gold medalist is decided.
The biggest event of 2022
With over 100 medal moments across 15 sports including Figure Skating, Hockey, Ski Jumping and Snowboarding, it’s the perfect opportunity to tell your brand story in an unrivalled premium environment. With an enhanced advertiser and viewer experience, you can create more impact and accelerate attention to a cross-platform reach of 18 million people.
The Olympic Winter Games will break new records. Get in touch to be part of the biggest cultural moment of 2022.
Daily Viewing Highlights
Beijing 2022 delivered record-breaking digital audiences on 7plus and reached a national audience of 12.5 million viewers for its linear broadcast on Channel 7, 7mate and 7two.
After reclaiming the title of Australia’s most-watched network in 2021, Seven has maintained its strong ratings momentum, with Beijing 2022 delivering record-breaking broadcast shares and digital streaming growth on 7plus.
To celebrate the commencement of the Olympic Winter Games Beijing 2022, we are giving one lucky person the chance to win a $300 voucher to go towards snow and ski gear.
10 Days to Go! Seven has assembled a world-class Olympic Winter Games commentary team that will anchor an exhilarating 17 days of astonishing sporting feats on snow and ice.
With only 50 days to go, excitement is building ahead of the Olympic Winter Games Beijing 2022. The only place Australians can witness all the thrills and spills when the Games commence on 4 February is on Seven and 7plus.
The Seven Network’s ground-breaking coverage of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games has shone bright among a field of more than 150 international broadcasters, winning three awards at the IOC’s coveted Golden Rings Awards.
The Paralympic Games Tokyo 2020 exploded into life on the Seven Network last night with the Opening Ceremony shattering records and reaching 1.94 million people.
From morning to midnight every day on Seven and 7plus, fans will be able to choose from an unprecedented offering of up to 16 live streams – all live, free and in HD.
As the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020 came to an inspiring close, more than 20 million Australians have tuned in to watch the Seven Network’s innovative coverage of the 17 days of the Games, making it the biggest television and streaming event in Australian history.
After more than a year of delays and uncertainty, Australians flocked in their millions to watch the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020 Opening Ceremony last night on Seven and 7plus.
Seven’s opener has been a closely-guarded secret in previous years, revealed only on the Olympic Games’ opening night. But for this, the most anticipated Games ever, Seven has broken with tradition, with the opener now showing on @7Olympics and 7plus.
Joining Seven’s revered team will be Australian broadcaster Kumi Taguchi, who currently hosts Insight on SBS. Her role will include providing commentary on the cultural and artistic elements of the Tokyo 2020 Opening and Closing Ceremonies.
Natalie Barr, David Koch and the Sunrise team will be joined by a panel of Australian Olympic icons led by Grant Hackett, Stephanie Rice, Sally Pearson, Giaan Rooney, Jana Pittman, John Steffensen, Shane Heal and Stuart O’Grady.
As the countdown continues to the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020, the Seven Network has launched an unmissable new podcast series with Mel McLaughlin that takes the listener inside some of the most remarkable stories behind Australia’s Olympic and Paralympic teams.
The Seven Network today announced one of Australian basketball’s all-time greats, Andrew Bogut, is the latest exciting addition to its commentary team for next month’s Olympic Games Tokyo 2020.
The Seven Network today announced the undisputed doyen of international cycling broadcasting, Phil Liggett, is the latest addition to its commentary team for next month’s Olympic Games Tokyo 2020.
The Tokyo Games are starting to feel a little more real with the first Australian athletes flying out to Japan. Our softballers are the first international competitors to arrive in the Olympic city.
Australia’s most successful Olympian of all-time, five-time gold medallist Ian Thorpe, will join the Seven Network’s star-studded commentary team for the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020 in a huge coup for all sport fans.
Fearnley will join Johanna Griggs and fellow Paralympics gold medallist Annabelle Williams to anchor Seven’s Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games coverage, including the opening and closing ceremonies.
Australia’s most loved and respected sports broadcaster Bruce McAvaney returns for his 11th Olympic Games coverage, with Seven’s team featuring some of Australia’s greatest ever Olympians.
The countdown is on for Tokyo but it’s also less than a year to go until the Winter Olympic Games. Sunrise spoke with Aussie athletes ahead of their preparation for the competition.
Originally slated for July 2020, the rescheduled Olympic Games will run from July 23 – August 8 2021, and the Paralympic Games from 24 August – 5 September 2021.