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Pay-television broadcaster Sky has acquired rights in the UK and Ireland to the inaugural World Tens Series rugby union competition

English Premier League matches in October that were not set for domestic televised coverage will be made available to watch on a pay-per-view basis while fans are unable attend

A raft of broadcast rights contracts signed for sailing’s 36th America’s Cup include deals with both public-service and pay-television broadcasters in Italy and the UK, as a priority is placed on maximum exp…

Pay-television broadcaster Sky is said to be in prime position to secure UK rights to football's top-tier Women’s Super League.

The South American Football Confederation (Conmebol) has announced the formation of a new platform that will exploit the pay-television rights of its club competitions in Brazil for the next three seasons

English League Cup matches played in September will be shown live in the UK either through incumbent domestic broadcast rights-holder Sky Sports or streaming services

UK football fans are set to be able to watch live coverage of every single Premier League match when the 2020-21 season begins after it emerged that the broadcast blackout legislation for fixtures on Saturday…

LaLigaTV is now available free of charge in the UK until October 1 to those Sky platform customers who currently do not subscribe, while non-Sky customers can get free access to the OTT version of the…

The English Football League and its domestic broadcaster, Sky, are reportedly in talks to allow clubs to livestream all matches on their own websites in the 2020-21 season

The £14.95 price point of pay-per-view Premier League matches led to dismay from fans and sports industry executives alike, as the Premier League, Sky and BT scrambled to protect the value of pay-television. Callum McCarthy reports.

The Premier League has reportedly decided to make an extra 20 matches available to its domestic broadcast partners for the forthcoming 2020-21 season, but has no plans for free-to-air coverage amid Covid-19

The NFL and pay-television broadcaster Sky will jointly launch a new dedicated channel in the UK and Ireland as part of a new five-year rights agreement

Pay-television broadcaster Sky is to show exclusive UK coverage of a new seven-part Formula 1 documentary series as part of a tie-up with the premier motor racing property and NBCUniversal Global Distribution,…

Peacock streaming network hits 10m streaming subscribers in less than a month

Clubs in the Scottish Premiership will be able to sell coverage of home and away matches on a pay-per-view basis during the 2020-21 season, which gets underway at the weekend

The advertising arm of UK pay-television broadcaster Sky has been appointed to exclusively sell advertising and sponsorship for the BT Sport subscription channels, replacing free-to-air broadcaster Channel…

Over 5.5 million viewers tuned in to watch Sunday’s Merseyside derby in the English Premier League, breaking the UK audience record for the competition on Sky Sports.

UK pay-television broadcaster Sky has today (Monday) confirmed an agreement with the Rugby Football League over Super League clubs’ television revenues for the 2020 season, which remains suspended due t…

Pay-television broadcaster Sky has agreed an expanded, long-term extension to its carriage deal with international media group Discovery covering the UK, Ireland, Germany and Austria

UK pay-television broadcaster Sky attracted a peak audience of 3

Sky has joined fellow UK pay-television broadcaster BT Sport in distancing itself from talks over the proposed fight deal between British world heavyweight champions Anthony Joshua and Tyson Fury

LaLiga, the organising body of the top two divisions of Spanish club football, has unveiled a series of broadcast innovations for when the top tier resumes its 2019-20 season later this week

The English Football League has agreed to pay domestic incumbent broadcaster Sky a £7m (€7.7m/$8.7m) rebate for the 2019-20 season disrupted by the Covid-19 pandemic, it is reported.

The English Premier League is said to have secured an agreement with its domestic rights-holder, pay-television broadcaster Sky, meaning clubs will be able to defer the payment of a collective rebate worth…

UK pay-television broadcaster Sky has reached an agreement with the Scottish Professional Football League over compensation for the truncated 2019-20 season and has also given its backing to clubs to live-stream…

Formula 1 does not plan on increasing its free-to-air television coverage of the motor-racing series when it returns next month, despite events being held behind closed doors

UK pay-television broadcasters Sky Sports and BT Sport have said they will resume charging subscribers this month, as live sport begins to return to their schedules

UK government culture secretary Oliver Dowden has said he hopes the Premier League can resume by mid-June. The teams have agreed to start non-contact training in small groups today

European pay-television broadcaster Sky saw its revenues hit in the first quarter of 2020 following a drop-off in subscriber numbers as sport ground to a halt due to the Covid-19 outbreak

Football’s English Premier League is considering providing matches on a free-to-air basis if its 2019-20 season resumes, according to UK culture secretary Oliver Dowden.

The England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) has said it will investigate claims that its incoming chair, Ian Watmore, left his previous role with the English Football League (EFL) after allegations of misconduct

UK pay-television broadcaster Sky has said it will allow residential and commercial customers to freeze their subscriptions amid the dearth of live sport on its schedules due to Covid-19

Six Nations Rugby, organising body of the annual national team tournament, has refused to rule out the possibility that live rights to the championship could go behind a paywall against the backdrop of…

The Formula One motor-racing series has announced that this year’s pre-season tests will receive coverage on its F1 TV Pro over-the-top streaming service.