Asia-Pacific

South Korean company Eclat Media Group is aiming to fill the gap left by the closure of Fox Sports Asia by launching a new, pan-regional sports pay-television and digital platform in Asia-Pacific

Sports rights formerly held by Fox Sports Asia, which is shutting down next month, have attracted bids from several companies interested in taking over the Disney-owned pay-television platform's position…

Dentsu Sports International has paid tribute to Danny Duijs, the experienced media professional who has died at the age of 48

The acquisition of China-based sports digital agency Mailman Group and its digital sports consultancy Seven League by Endeavor represents a “really important evolutionary leap forward” for IMG, according to …

In an abridged version of a SportBusiness Media article, Kevin McCullagh examines the repercussions of the closure of Fox Sports Asia and what it means for sports rights-holders and other broadcasters in the region.

Sports media industry leaders shared their insights on their own businesses and broader trends at the recent APOS 2021, the Asia-Pacific media industry summit.

The Walt Disney Company is shutting down its Fox Sports Asia pay-television channels later this year, drawing the curtain on one of the longest-standing sports television businesses in the region

The Asian Football Confederation will launch a women's Champions League competition in 2023 - AFP

A Beijing 2022 Winter Olympics test event trialled having media conduct interviews with athletes in a 'mixed zone' in which they were in separate rooms and connected via video link - China News

Fifa announced the nine host cities for the 2023 Women's World Cup in Australia and New Zealand. Eden Park in Auckland will host the opening game and Sydney's Stadium Australia will host the final

McLaren Formula One chief Zak Brown expects the motor racing series to pull off at least 20 of its planned 23 races this year

Asian qualifiers for the 2022 Fifa World Cup and the 2023 AFC Asian Cup resume today after a delay of more than a year due to the pandemic

Chinese media company Sina, majority owner of the Weibo social media platform and owner of the Sina Sports media platform, among other assets, has went private and ceased to be a publicly-traded company…

Replay of a live SportBusiness webinar held March 18 discussing the challenges faced by football leagues in the Asia-Pacific region as they seek to develop their media-rights businesses

Arsene Wenger, Fifa's chief of global football development, suggested hosting the World Cup and European Championships every two years and compressing qualifiers into a smaller number of windows - Reuters

The Chinese government has asked internet giant Alibaba to divest its assets in the media sector due to concern about the company's public influence