The annual Australian television awards ceremony, which has been scheduled for April 15, will be aired on the Nine Network at the same time as the Seven Network films the first episode of Dancing with the Stars live.
According to The Daily Telegraph, Channel Ten are also hoping to launch the fourth season of MasterChef Australia on the same evening.
The date clash will mean that the celebrities competing in this year's Dancing with the Stars, such as Packed to the Rafters actress Zoe Cramond, MTV presenter Erin McNaught and former breakfast television host Kerri-Anne Kennerley, will be unable to attend the Logies.
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"It's a funny thing to do - have them on at the exact same time - but, hey, all that matters is winning the ratings race," a television insider was quoted as saying.
Another source added: "[Ten] aren't doing well so far in the ratings and MasterChef is all ready to go, so they are just sitting on it waiting for the best time. April 15 seems like the perfect time."
A Ten spokeswoman, however, insisted that there is "no start date" for MasterChef yet.
It was recently confirmed that this year's Logies, presented by Shaun Micallef and Adam Hills, will feature performances by One Direction and Seal.
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