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Dutch public-service broadcaster the NOS will continue as the exclusive free-to-air broadcaster of the Olympic Games in the Netherlands, securing rights to the 2022 Winter Games in Beijing and the 2024 Summer Games in Paris. 

The Indian division of international media company Discovery has promoted Vijay Rajput to head its pay-television broadcaster, DSport

Susanna Dinnage, the Discovery executive who came close to replacing Richard Scudamore as chief executive of the Premier League, is stepping down as global president of the US media company’s Animal P…

The 2017 GSMA Mobile World Congress (MWC) took place in Barcelona last week. MWC is the world's biggest mobile industry conference, and the place to look for sports executives wondering what's coming down the track in mobile and connected technology. Journalist Adrian Pennington was there, and picked out the key developments the sports industry should be looking out for.

With exactly one year to go until the start of the Pyeongchang winter Olympics, Robin Jellis found out how Discovery Communications is commercialising its groundbreaking rights deal for the Games.

Change is coming to Western Europe’s pay-television market, with the big OTT players getting a foothold and set to change the balance of power. As established media groups respond through mergers, acquisitions and alliances, as well as their own OTT offerings, Frank Dunne looks at what it all means for the value of sports-media rights.

Has the Olympic Movement sold its own public short by signing up with Eurosport?

Media companies Liberty Global and Discovery Communications have secured minority shareholdings in Formula E, the electric car-racing championship.

Jens Christensen, chief executive of Jaunt VR and David Zaslav, president and chief executive of Discovery Communications, are the latest additions to the speaker line-up for March’s Leaders Sport Business Summit in New York.