Nordic Entertainment Group (Nent Group)
Nordic Entertainment (Nent) Group, the Stockholm-based media group, has secured broadcast rights in Sweden to the country’s qualifying matches for the Uefa European Championship and Fifa World Cup, along w…
Nordic Entertainment (Nent) Group has acquired rights to the Ultimate Fighting Championship, the Endeavor-owned mixed martial arts promotion, in Iceland
The Professional Darts Corporation’s 2020 Nordic Darts Masters event, which is being run in conjunction with Nordic Entertainment (Nent) Group, has been cancelled.
Nordic Entertainment (Nent) Group has named Peter Nørrelund as its executive vice-president and head of expansion and sport, coming into effect as of August 1.
The Nordic Entertainment Group (Nent) has said that it is not expecting any more substantial rights fee compensation following the disruption to the sporting calendar caused by the Covid-19 pandemic
Sales revenues for the Nordic Entertainment (Nent) Group’s Viaplay streaming service are slightly down, as a result of the reduction in pricing for its sports packages due to Covid-19.
Norwegian public-service broadcaster NRK has renewed its domestic rights for Norwegian Ski Federation events for a further five seasons, while also striking an sublicensing agreement with commercial and…
Nordic Entertainment (Nent) Group has increased its Viaplay subscriber targets for the year following on from a surge in interest due to the resumption of sporting events suspended due to the Covid-19…
Pan-Nordic broadcaster Nordic Entertainment (Nent) Group has raised SEK800m ($85.4m/€76m) by issuing three- and five-year bonds to more than 15 Nordic investors.
Evidence suggests record viewership for closed-door Uefa Champions and Europa League fixtures won't prevent broadcasters from demanding rebates for lost fixtures. Callum McCarthy examines how the governing body might approach negotiations.
International sports broadcaster ESPN and Discovery-owned sports broadcaster Eurosport lead a cohort of broadcasters who will broadcast the first-ever virtual 24 Hours of Le Mans race
Nordic Entertainment (Nent) Group has extended its distribution deal with Swedish internet service provider Bahnhof, adding its premium sports channels for the first time
Pan-Nordic broadcaster Nordic Entertainment (Nent) Group has reintroduced full pricing for its sports channels in Denmark, Finland and Sweden and will also resume sports-rights payments
The Nordic Entertainment (Nent) Group will launch its Viaplay services in Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania in the first quarter of 2021, and has already started building its sports portfolio by acquiring…
The Nordic Entertainment Group (Nent) said today (Thursday) that it has been refunded 100 per cent of its broadcast rights fee for ice hockey’s recently-cancelled 2020 IIHF World Championship.
Nordic Entertainment (Nent) Group has acquired exclusive rights to the Uefa Champions League in Denmark and exclusive rights to the Uefa Europa League and Europa Conference League in Finland, Norway and…
The Nordic Entertainment Group (Nent) has renewed its distribution contract in Sweden with telecoms and cable television operator Com Hem
The Nordic Entertainment Group (Nent) has announced further measures to protect itself against the impact of Covid-19, including that it will not be paying any rights fees for postponed properties until…
The Nordic Entertainment Group (Nent) will seek compensation from sports rights-holders if there are “longer-term” postponements or cancellations due to the impact of the global coronavirus outbreak.
The Nordic Entertainment (Nent) Group has retained exclusive rights to motor racing’s Formula 1 in Denmark, Norway and Sweden, while also securing the rights in Finland and Iceland in the broadcaster’s lat…
The Team Marketing agency has initiated the sales process for broadcast rights in the Nordic countries to Uefa club competitions across the 2021-22 to 2023-24 cycle, SportBusiness understands
The Nordic Entertainment (Nent) Group has extended its rights to Germany’s Bundesliga until 2024-25, less than a week after it announced its landmark six-season English Premier League deal.
Media company Nordic Entertainment (Nent) Group has acquired exclusive English Premier League rights in Denmark, Finland, Norway and Sweden in a landmark deal from 2022-23 to 2027-28
The Nordic Entertainment (Nent) Group will increase the exposure of Denmark’s 1st Division, the second-tier football league in the country, by broadcasting all matches on its Viaplay streaming service.
The Nordic Entertainment (Nent) Group has extended its media rights in Denmark to the Ski Classics series of long-distance skiing events
Media company Nordic Entertainment Group (Nent) has extended a distribution agreement with Norway-based telecoms group Telenor
Anne Tufte, head of sport in Norway at the Nordic Entertainment (Nent) Group, is to leave the broadcaster as one of 45 announced job losses
The Nordic Entertainment (Nent) Group has announced a growth of 37,000 subscribers to its Viaplay service in the last quarter, and a 25-per-cent increase year-on-year. Nent now has 1
The Nordic Entertainment (Nent) Group continues to pick up exclusive winter sports rights in the Nordics, agreeing a new deal until 2028 with the Infront agency for International Ice Hockey Federation…