Recent changes in Malaysian club football include league restructure and major new commercial deals
Fifa has warned broadcasters in Thailand that their 2022 World Cup rights are at risk over problems with signals leaking into neighbouring territories
Japanese streaming platform AbemaTV has extended its media rights agreement with mixed martial arts promotion ONE Championship to cover 2023. Abema will show live coverage of 60 events next year
The Australian Football League is aiming to appoint a new chief executive early next year
The International Cricket Council is increasing the numbers of teams in both its 50-over and T20 Men's World Cup tournaments, and increasing the frequency of the latter competition
There is evidence that the sun is setting on a Western-dominated era for the sports industry in Asia, and that the coming years will be much more locally-driven, SportBusiness Asia senior analyst Kevin McCullagh says.
SportBusiness' Kevin McCullagh looks at the shifts in consumer behaviours and the value of sport as a media product
American football's NFL has renewed its digital media rights deal with Chinese internet giant Tencent for the 2020 season, and the two parties have launched a new subscription service around the content
Frank Leenders, director general of Fiba Media and Marketing Services, is optimistic about the future of basketball, in spite of the 'invisible enemy' of Covid-19. He speaks to Kevin McCullagh about this and the other challenges the federation has faced in 2020, such as losing much-loved ambassadors of the sport Kobe Bryant, David Stern and Borislav Stankovic.
Amid the Covid-19 gloom, the APOS Virtual Series last month delivered some glimmers of hope for future growth in the Asia-Pacific media business.