Six Nations Rugby
Public-service broadcaster RTÉ and Virgin Media Television, the commercial and pay-television broadcaster, have signed off on their deal to show rugby union’s Six Nations Championship in Ireland.
Australian streaming service Stan Sport has secured exclusive multi-year rights to rugby union’s Six Nations. Under the deal, Stan will also broadcast the Autumn Nations Series later this year.
UK media watchdog Ofcom is consulting on requests from public-service broadcaster the BBC and commercial broadcaster ITV for approval to broadcast exclusive live coverage of the Six Nations rugby union…
Six Nations Rugby has announced the appointment of Rohan Dunne as non-executive chairman of the newly-formed Six Nations Board, effective from January 1, 2022
Pitch International will continue to sell the Six Nations’ international media rights in a new deal that allows the agency to take a wider Northern Hemisphere rugby package to the market for the first t…
UK public-service broadcaster the BBC has agreed a four-year extension to its radio rights deal for the Six Nations rugby union championship
Italian pay-television broadcaster Sky Italia is poised to sign off on a deal with rugby union’s Six Nations Rugby.
Private equity giant CVC Capital Partners’ investment in Six Nations Rugby, the official organising body of rugby union’s Six Nations Championship and Autumn Internationals, is under investigation by …
UK free-to-air broadcasters the BBC and ITV have reached an agreement in principle with Six Nations Rugby on a four-year renewal of their domestic media rights to the competition
Live coverage of rugby union’s Six Nations Championship is poised to return to Irish public-service broadcaster RTÉ following a deal struck with tournament organisers and incumbent rights-holder Virgin Me…
An average audience of 7.6 million viewers watched the final match of this year’s Six Nations tournament between France and Scotland on French public-service broadcaster France Télévisions.
The Welsh Rugby Union has said that ensuring Wales’ Six Nations matches remain live on free-to-air television in the Welsh language is a “red line” in ongoing discussions over the UK broadcast rights from …
SportBusiness Europe editor Ben Cronin argues CVC's 2019 strategic partnership with Bruin Sports Capital points at how the private equity firm might seek to extract value from its new investments in volleyball and the Six Nations rugby tournament
England’s 23-20 victory over France in rugby union’s Six Nations on Saturday was watched by a peak audience of 8.2 million viewers on French public-service broadcaster France 2.
CVC's £365m investment to acquire a 14.3 per-cent stake in the Six Nations rugby championship will encourage the six unions to think more collectively and instil a more professional approach in rugby union according to sources familiar with the deal. Ben Cronin reports.
Private equity giant CVC Capital Partners has today (Thursday) sealed its investment deal with Six Nations Rugby, the official organising body of rugby unions’ Six Nations Championship and Autumn Internationals.