Sinclair Broadcast Group
Sinclair Broadcast Group has announced a distribution agreement with YouTube TV to add carriage of its Tennis Channel service to the latter’s line-up in the US market.
Sinclair Broadcast Group's consolidated revenue of $960m (€904.9m) dropped 35 per cent year-over-year in the fourth quarter of 2022, with the company pointing to the loss being primarily due to the deconsolidation last year of Diamond Sports Group (DSG), which runs Regional Sports Network (RSN) Bally Sports.
Diamond Sports Group, which runs Regional Sports Network (RSN) Bally Sports and is owned by telecoms conglomerate Sinclair, could face Chapter 11 bankruptcy after missing a $140m (€131.2
Diamond Sports Group, the Sinclair Broadcast Group entity that operates the Bally Sports group of regional sports networks in the United States, is reportedly heading towards a $8.6bn (€7.8
Sapphire Sport, the early-stage venture capital fund managed by Sapphire Ventures, has raised $181m (€166m) in an oversubscribed second investment round, led by major stakeholders across the sports, b…
Embattled RSN operator gains a key element of digital distribution
Veteran sports media executive to lead Bally Sports group of RSNs
The National Basketball Association's Cleveland Cavaliers have announced they will pick up the costs for regional sports direct-to consumer streaming service Bally Sports+ for fans with full- or half-season …
Sinclair gains key platform for regional sports OTT service
Effort represents a key litmus test of future health of RSN model
Company says 'we couldn’t be more excited' about network
Soon-to-debut regional streaming product to carry relatively high price point compared to rival offerings
Bally Sports RSN operator appoints group of accomplished industry executives
Bally Sports RSNs parent completes pact with second-largest US cable operator
Sinclair Sports Group has announced a strategic partnership with California-based digital sports media company Wave Sports + Entertainment (WSE, formerly WAVE.tv)
Operator of Bally Sports RSNs issues downbeat earnings report
In this week’s episode, podcast co-hosts Eric Fisher and Chris Russo interview Mike Raffensperger, FanDuel chief marketing officer. Fisher and Russo also discuss the start of the National Football League playoffs following a banner regular season for the property, the completion of a digital rights agreement between Sinclair Broadcast Group and the National Basketball Association, and the Covid-19 drama between Serbian tennis star Novak Djokovic and the Australian government.
Rights agreement joins one made last month with the National Hockey League