Sky New Zealand
France's thrilling Rugby World Cup quarter-final defeat to South Africa drew the best audience of the year for commercial broadcaster TF1, but it was not enough to set a new all-time tournament viewership…
Major League Cricket has announced a domestic media rights deal with subscription broadcaster Willow TV and a series of international media rights agreements ahead of its inaugural season
New Zealand Media and Entertainment (NZME) has acquired audio broadcasting rights for this year’s Rugby World Cup, which will take place in France.
Pay-television broadcaster Sky New Zealand has teamed up with news media website Stuff to share content from this year’s Fifa Women’s World Cup, which New Zealand will co-host alongside Australia.
Pay-television broadcaster Sky New Zealand will broadcast 12 matches from this year’s Rugby World Cup on its free-to-air channel Prime.
Pay-television broadcaster Sky New Zealand has secured rights to the Indian Premier League after striking a late deal with media group DAZN
Pay-television broadcaster Sky New Zealand has seen its half-year profit fall despite revenue rising, as it broke through the one million subscriber barrier
Pay-television broadcaster Sky New Zealand is raising the cost of its Sky Sport package by NZ$3 ($1.92/€1.77) per month and its streaming service Sky Sport Now by NZ$5 per month.
New Zealand telco Spark is closing its Spark Sport subscription streaming service, with public-service broadcaster TVNZ expected to acquire the majority of its sports rights portfolio
Pay-television broadcaster Sky New Zealand has renewed its rights for the Australian Open tennis grand slam in a new multi-year deal beginning in 2023
Pay-television broadcaster Sky New Zealand has agreed a multi-year deal with European Professional Club Rugby (EPCR) for rights to the Champions Cup and Challenge Cup competitions
Pay-television broadcaster Sky New Zealand has acquired rights to the 2023 Netball World Cup, which will take place in Cape Town, South Africa
World Rugby has acquired the RugbyPass digital media platform as part of a seven-year media rights deal with pay-television broadcaster Sky New Zealand
Pay-television broadcaster Sky New Zealand has said it is in advanced talks with World Rugby over regaining rights to its main events. Sky told the Stuff.co
Bankers working on behalf of Sky New Zealand have encouraged private equity companies to consider buying the pay-television broadcaster, according to the Australian Financial Review
Fourteen broadcasters have acquired media rights to the FairBreak Invitational women's cricket series
Pay-television operator Sky New Zealand has announced a deal with media company Discovery that will see three rugby league matches televised on Discovery’s free-to-air channel Three and streaming service T…