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Johann Wagner has been named THE RECRUIT and signed an AFL contract with Port Adelaide Football Club during tonight’s action-packed live final of the hit FOX8 AFL reality series.
The 23-year-old electrician from Port Lincoln, South Australia narrowly beat Bradie Foster (25, Albany Creek, QLD) to take out this life-changing prize. Chris Moreland (24, Geelong, VIC) followed in third position.
Johann Wagner said, “I am so incredibly excited to have won THE RECRUIT and can’t wait to meet the boys and start training. I’ve supported Port Adelaide since they joined the AFL, so to now be playing for them is a dream come true.”
Michael Voss, THE RECRUIT Head Coach, said “Johann Wagner has been a stand-out player throughout this entire competition. He will fit nicely into an AFL environment, and I expect him to improve very quickly because he has the speed, size and power necessary to play at the next level.”
Hosted by Ryan “Fitzy” Fitzgerald live from Melbourne’s Crown at Palms, tonight’s episode saw club representatives from each of the 18 AFL teams vote on the final three players on a 3-2-1 basis.
After Johann was named the inaugural winner of THE RECRUIT, a special NAB AFL draft was held in which each of the clubs had the option to nominate him as a draft selection. After pitches from the Gold Coast Suns, Greater Western Sydney and Port Adelaide, Johann chose to sign with Port Adelaide.
Johann will now move to Adelaide and commence training with Port Adelaide Football Club as a Category B rookie.
Foxtel also announced during tonight’s live final that due to the enormous success of the first series, a second season of THE RECRUIT will be produced for 2015. Potential players wishing to register for the next round of auditions should head to www.fox8.tv/therecruit for further details.
THE RECRUIT is produced by McGuire Media in association with The Media Tribe exclusively for Foxtel.
Media Release: Wednesday, September 17, 2014 Thank you To David Sims for sending me the info.
Up to 57 live channels now available with the addition of E!, 13th Street and Style
Foxtel today announced that three additional channels have arrived on Foxtel Play, Foxtel’s internet delivered subscription service, raising the total number of live channels available to 57. The news comes just over a month since Foxtel Play added four other new channels via Foxtel Play*, and sees E!, 13th Street and Style joining the channel line-up.
E! and Style are now available under Foxtel Play’s Entertainment Pick while 13Th street is available to customers who select the Drama Pick. All three new channels are available to subscribers as of today.
Programming highlights for the new channels in September include: E! – #Richkids of Beverly Hills, Total Divas and Botched; 13th Street – Endeavour, Vera and The Doctor Blake Mysteries; Style – The World According to Paris, Fashion Star and I’m Having Their Baby. October will also see the premier of Fashion Bloggers, Style’s first local production.
Foxtel Play enables customers with a broadband connection to watch programs from Foxtel’s amazing range of drama, entertainment, documentary and movie channels live or on catch-up without the need for a set-top box.
Foxtel Play offers customers access to content within minutes of signing up and enables them to subscribe by the month and pay as they go. With no lock-in contract and no installation costs, subscribers can stop and start their subscription month-to-month, to suit their circumstances or viewing choices.
Foxtel Play customers also have access to Foxtel Go* as part of their subscription. In addition to their primary device, customers can register Foxtel Go on up to two additional devices including selected iPads and iPhones and selected Samsung Android tablets and smartphones.
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At the Movies Ends on December 9.
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Sydney, 16th September 2014. BBC Click, the popular tech programme for BBC World News, will celebrate its 750th edition this week with the launch of a new series of short films designed for transmission via social media.
The one to two minute pieces will be distributed weekly to Click’s 2.35million twitter followers via @bbcclick and will be available on the programme’s brand new You Tube channel which will also go live this week.
The stand-alone films, which will be presented by Spencer Kelly and the Click team, fall into three categories:
· Click Starter – will cover the latest ideas and prototypes in development
· Click Bytes – latest thoughts from key players in the industry
· Click Bait – a curtain-raiser to that weekend’s show
Introducing the new content, BBC Click’s editor Simon Hancock said:
“With more than 2.5million followers on twitter and facebook we know Click viewers are just as happy exploring tech with us on social media as they are tuning in via BBC World News TV. Click is a weekly programme and we are celebrating our 750th edition this week, but everyone knows how quickly developments in the tech world can move. With these new shorts people will be able to get their latest tech updates in bite-sized pieces, wherever they are.
“The development of the You Tube channel means we now have a full suite of online media options for our audience, so we can share our content far and wide and people can get involved with the programme. Plus it means when we are off air we can still share the latest tech news and keep everyone to up to date whether on line at BBC.com/click, via You Tube, on twitter with @bbcclick, on google+ or on Facebook.”
BBC Click provides a comprehensive guide to innovation and tech, covering all the latest advances, gadgets, apps and tech industry news. It is broadcast weekly around the globe on BBC World News TV on Saturdays at 0630 and 1930 GMT and again on Sundays at 0330 and 1330 GMT.
Viewers can also follow the programme via BBC Click – Google+ or @BBC Click (BBCClick) on Twitter and subscribe to the BBC Click You Tube Channel at www.youtube.com/clickbbc or visit the Facebook page BBC Click | Facebook