Yahoo7 and Socceroos: Match made in heaven?

Yahoo7 and Socceroos: Match made in heaven?

Summary: In this interview, David McGrath, head of news, sport and finance at Yahoo7, talks about how the site will serve football-mad Australians hungry for a fix.

SHARE:
TOPICS: Open Source
4
Sorry, this video is currently unavailable.

The Web is an essential source of news and information for the FIFA World Cup in Germany.

In Australia, Yahoo7's World Cup site acts as the official online home of the Socceroos.

In this interview, David McGrath, head of news, sport and finance at Yahoo7, talks about how the site will serve football-mad Australians hungry for a fix.

Topic: Open Source

Kick off your day with ZDNet's daily email newsletter. It's the freshest tech news and opinion, served hot. Get it.

Talkback

4 comments
Log in or register to join the discussion
  • The Real Coverage

    However for the best coverage one should go to www.theworldgame.com.au - It's SBS's offical site... Network 7 and Yahoo don't have a clue about football, these guys do!!
    anonymous
  • Y!7 v SBS

    I wouldn't jump to that conclusion considering David McGrath produced all of SBS's football for the past two years and also produced the International tv coverage of the 2002 World Cup (Korea/Japan) as well as the Chmapions League, Premier League and FA Cup - to name a few ;-)
    anonymous
  • broad band

    Do I have the latest Broadband?
    490178
  • broadband

    keith alfred john stephens flat 5 st lawrewnce court eaglehawk victoria australia
    anonymous