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Sky, the Comcast-owned European pay-television broadcaster, has reported a 3

The Pakistan Cricket Board has announced a series of international media-rights deals covering cricket played in the country during the 2021 to 2023 period

The Premier League usually auctions its domestic media rights halfway through its three-season cycle, but Covid has uprooted its plans. Callum McCarthy examines the likely bidders and the league's hopes for an uplift in the value of the rights.

UK pay-television broadcaster Sky has become the latest broadcaster to acquire rights to Extreme E, the electric off-road racing series

British consumers can no longer access live sport via their pay-television subscriptions while abroad in European Union member states, as EU Portability Regulations no longer apply to UK providers after…

Jeremy Darroch is stepping down as group chief executive of pay-television broadcaster Sky and will be replaced by Dana Strong from Comcast Cable, a division of Sky’s parent company.

The English Football Association is said to be close to agreeing a deal that would see public-service broadcaster the BBC retain rights to the Women’s Super League.

Sky and Amazon have struck a carriage deal in the UK, Ireland, Germany, Italy and Austria, making Amazon’s premium football content available to certain Sky subscribers for the first time.

Scotland’s win over Serbia in last week’s Euro 2020 play-off attracted a peak audience of 2.6 million viewers in the UK after pay-television operator Sky made the match available on a free-to-air basis.

The Premier League has announced that all fixtures from November 21, and throughout the Christmas and New Year period, will be made available to fans to watch live in the UK as the top division of English…

The British Basketball League has been buoyed by the return of a rights deal with a domestic broadcaster in a two-year agreement with pay-television broadcaster Sky

Third-quarter revenues at Comcast-owned European pay-television broadcaster Sky reached $4.79bn, a 5

The Premier League will continue its domestic pay-per-view coverage and pricing for four more matches before making a longer-term decision in November

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.

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…