However, a tidy little article over at Marketing Magazine says that:
The league has had some good early signs, with television coverage locked in with One HD and Fox Sports, and likely showings on the MLB network in the US. The five teams [Adelaide, Brisbane, Canberra, Perth and Sydney] will play out a forty game season over summer and some of the teams have got an excellent response.That seems pretty decisive to me, and would be quite a good pickup for the ABL - assuming of course that James Packer doesn't decide to dump it from One HD.
Also at Marketing Mag blog, Max Wakefield, Marketing Co-Ordinator at the Melbourne Aces hints that the League hopes to get to a point where each team expands beyond playing 4 games a week, to the typical US model of playing 'nearly every day'. It's early days yet and while things will surely do reasonably well in Sydney, Melbourne and Perth, there are plenty of obstacles to overcome before the League can become an everyday proposition I reckon. Here's hoping though!
UPDATE - 8 DECEMBER 2010
So, we are well into the season now, and it seems that there is not going to be any TV coverage.
That said, a number of teams have been organising live broadcasts over the internet - both audio and video. Follow @ozmlbplayers on twitter for all the details as they come to hand.