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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

Media group Disney and social media giant Facebook have agreed to share their broadcast rights in Brazil for the Copa Libertadores. The agreement applies until the end of the 2021 tournament

K Madhavan has been appointed president of The Walt Disney Company India and Disney-owned pay-television platform Star India

Argentinian club football will return to free-to-air television for the first time since June 2017 after public-service broadcaster TV Pública agreed a sublicensing deal with media group Disney.

The Walt Disney Company is being sued by Mexican Liga MX club Santos Laguna over allegations of contractual violation as a by-product of Disney’s 21st Century Fox acquisition in 2019.

Rights to England’s forthcoming cricket tour to India will be retained in the UK by the Walt Disney Company to exploit itself, it has been reported.

Torneos, the Argentinian rights agency, and Global Sports Rights Management, the agency that holds international broadcast rights to the top two Brazilian football leagues, have formed an alliance to commercialise…

The Federal Institute of Telecommunications (IFT), Mexico’s telecoms regulator, has set a March 2021 deadline for Disney’s long-anticipated divestment of its Fox Sports business in the country.

Commercial free-to-air broadcaster SBT and the Disney media group are set to put in a combined bid for rights to Formula One from 2021 in Brazil, following the recent breakdown of the Rio Motorsports proposal

The Walt Disney Group is planning to scale back its activities in pay-television and sport in the Indian subcontinent, as part of its global strategy shift towards its OTT streaming services and self-produced…

The Disney media group’s latest attempts to merge international arms of pay-television broadcasters ESPN and Fox Sports has failed after Argentina’s competition authority blocked its proposal.

Media group Disney has been handed another two-month extension to sell the Mexican arm of Fox Sports by Mexico’s Federal Telecommunications Institute (IFT).

LaLiga, the governing body of Spain’s highest two domestic football divisions, has agreed a long-term rights renewal with the Disney Group in Brazil.

Football's Ballon d'Or award for the world's best player, run by French magazine France Football, will not take place this year due to Covid-19

Brazilian pay-television broadcaster Fox Sports Brasil is said to have amassed a R$120m ($22.3m/€20m) deficit between 2016 and 2019.

The proposed merger of the Brazilian arms of international sports broadcasters Fox Sports and ESPN has been given provisional approval by the Administrative Council for Economic Defence (Cade), the competition…

Mexico’s telecoms regulator, the Federal Institute of Telecommunications (IFT), has handed Disney and 21st Century Fox a three-month extension to divest the Fox Sports channels in Mexico.