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Agency Board in Australia and New Zealand, universally
shortened to TAB, is the name given to monopoly totalisator
organisations. All were originally government owned,
but many of the Australian ones were privatised in
TABs have extensive radio networks in Australia, except
in Victoria and Tasmania where other parties own equivalent
networks. All these networks share the National Racing
Service, a continuous broadcast of thoroughbred, harness
and greyhound racing. This makes up the bulk of these
networks' content. Collectively, these networks own
more radio licences than any other group in Australia
- however their terrestrial coverage is less than
the ABC as they generally have tiny wattages.
heir of the NSW TAB also owns a national racing subscription
TV service. In New Zealand, the TAB owns a near-national
free-to-air and national subscription TV service.
Most New Zealanders can sit at their analogue TV with
a standard aerial and watch racing.
the mid-2000s, the TABs in Australia were involved
in a dispute with Betfair, attempting to deny the
organisation access to a license in Australia. The
Tasmanian government granted access to a licence in
2005 (with advertising prominent throughout the state).
In a media smear campaign, one of the TABs at one
point ran advertisements that aimed to undermine Betfair's
credibility (due to horses being laid to lose).
New Zealand TAB was replaced by the New Zealand Racing
Board in 2003. (Credit: