Subscription broadcaster Viaplay and its Norwegian commercial rival TV2 have settled their legal dispute out of court over the use of clips from English Premier League matches

Banks that have loaned money to Viaplay have appointed an external adviser to aid negotiations over the subscription streaming broadcaster’s debt burden, it is claimed.

Viaplay Group continues to dispose of more equity after Norwegian media group Schibsted secured a 10.1-per-cent shareholding in the financially troubled broadcaster. Viaplay has already sold a 6

Czech investment company PPF Group has bought a 6.3-per-cent stake in Viaplay Group as the embattled streaming broadcaster continues to shift equity

Canal Plus Group has acquired a 12-per-cent stake in Viaplay, the Nordic media giant that yesterday (Thursday) announced a staggering second-quarter loss and radical cost-cutting plans

Welsh public-service broadcaster S4C has agreed a deal with subscription streaming service Viaplay to show Wales’ qualifiers for the 2026 Fifa World Cup and Uefa Euro 2028, as well as the Uefa Nations L…

Peter Nørrelund has returned to the role of Viaplay’s chief sports officer just two and a half months after resigning from the position.

Viaplay has announced the resignation of group chief executive and president Anders Jensen as the subscription streaming and linear broadcaster predicts wider-than-expected international losses and curtailed…

No political pressure can be placed on broadcasters to ensure major Scottish sporting events are shown on free-to-air television, the UK government declared today (Friday)

The cost of sports media rights “will have to come down in various ways” according to Anders Jensen, the president and chief executive of subscription broadcaster Viaplay Group.

Viaplay Group, the subscription streaming broadcaster, has reported an operating loss of SEK454m (€40.1m/$44.2

Norwegian commercial broadcaster TV2 has announced it will appeal the Oslo District Court’s ruling against its use of clips from English Premier League matches.

Multi-platform subscription broadcaster Viaplay is investigating claims it has repeatedly broadcast Uefa Champions League matches in Norway without holding rights to the competition in the market.

Subscription pay-TV broadcaster Viaplay has claimed to have “no interest” in winning back the Uefa Champions League in Sweden unless the current rights fee paid by TV4 Media drops dramatically.

Norwegian commercial broadcaster TV2 will face a claim for compensation after the Oslo District Court ruled that its use of clips from Premier League matches infringed upon pay-TV operator Viaplay’s r…

Norwegian commercial broadcaster TV2 has said it will hold talks with pay-TV operator Viaplay after coverage in Denmark of a Uefa Champions League match by the latter was inadvertently made available to…

Viaplay Group, the international subscription streaming broadcaster, has extended its exclusive rights to the MotoGP motorcycling championship in Sweden, Norway and Denmark by a further six seasons, while…

Subscription streaming operator Viaplay has agreed a distribution deal in the Netherlands with Solcon, a KPN-owned provider of internet, television and telephone services