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German commercial broadcaster RTL significantly increased the value of national team football rights in the country in a deal with Uefa last month.

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Date: 
24 June 2016

Argentinian Football Association president Luis Segura and three former presidential cabinet chiefs have been indicted in an investigation into the sale of the country’s domestic media rights.

  • Date: 
    24 June 2016

    Social media company Twitter is seeking up to $8m (€7.2m) for advertising packages as part of its live streaming of games from the upcoming season of American football league the NFL, according to the Digiday.com website.

  • Date: 
    24 June 2016

    Sony Pictures Networks India has revamped its senior management structure, with its sports business set to be more closely aligned to its distribution interests.

  • Date: 
    24 June 2016

    Polish pay-television broadcasters Cyfrowy Polsat and Telewizja Polsat have been asked to provide information about their activities in relation to coverage of the ongoing Uefa Euro 2016 national team football tournament by the president of Poland’s Office of Competition and Consumer Protection.

  • Date: 
    24 June 2016

    Mexican Liga MX football club Club Deportivo Guadalajara will launch its new broadcast platform on July 1 after electing to end its long-running rights partnership with pay-television operator Televisa.

  • Date: 
    24 June 2016

    Pay-television channel Fight Sports has secured exclusive live rights in over 50 countries to tomorrow's (Saturday's) heavyweight world championship boxing clash between Anthony Joshua and Dominic Breazeale.