The English Premier League is suing its former Chinese broadcast rights-holder for $215.3m (€183m) over its battle for unpaid rights fees, it has been reported.
Premier League chief executive Richard Masters has said the top division of English club football wants to make the “best decision rather than the quickest decision” when securing a new Chinese broadcast rig…
The Premier League has terminated its lucrative media-rights contract with Chinese streaming platform PPTV after the Suning Holdings-owned broadcaster failed to meet rights fee payment deadlines
The English Premier League is assessing its options after its rights-holding broadcaster in China, streaming platform PPTV, is reported to have failed to make a rights-fee payment due earlier this year
Suning Sports, owner of the Chinese streaming platform PP Sports, is laying off nearly 30 per cent of its staff in a cost-cutting drive and may have restarted joint-venture talks with Alibaba, according…
PP Sports, a division of Suning, launched its three-year broadcasting partnership with the English Premier League at an event in Shanghai last weekend