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Out-of-market package remains of high interest to multiple suitors

ESPN+ has become the new streaming home for Indian Premier League cricket in the United States in the wake of a Walt Disney Co

The SABC, the South African public broadcaster, has bolstered its SABC Sport channel thanks to a deal with media group Disney that includes rights to World Athletics events, Top Rank boxing, the Dutch…

The National Basketball Association's NBA Experience indoor attraction at the Walt Disney World theme park complex in Orlando, Florida, will shut permanently after being forced to close its doors amid…

Bucks-Suns matchup finishes with fourth lowest viewership in last 35 years

The Walt Disney Co. has announced it will raise the monthly subscription fee for sports streaming service ESPN+ by $1 to $6.99 (€5.89) from August 13.

In this week’s episode, podcast co-hosts Eric Fisher and Chris Russo interview John Levy, theScore founder and chief executive. Eric and Chris also discuss the state of the National Basketball Association amid the ongoing 2021 Finals, the increasing role of ABC in Walt Disney Co.’s sports rights deployment, and the future of the XFL and Canadian Football League following their abandonment of a potential business collaboration.

Pact with US college entity expands significantly beyond men's basketball rights

US broadcast network to exclusively televise "Sunday Night Baseball" game

Traditional medium is still "really funding the operation"

Network veteran elevated after frenetic run of major rights acquisitions

Chapek says he wants company "on the front end of that wave" for DTC

Out-of-market package is last major open piece of NFL's US rights inventory

ESPN and LaLiga have finalized a wide-ranging long-term media rights deal that will make streaming service ESPN+ the principal English- and Spanish-language home for Spain's top-flight soccer league in…

Network cuts annual cost by 21 per cent but focuses on rights exclusivity

Key league event essentially draws even with 2019 audience

ESPN and Star Wars, two sister divisions within the Walt Disney Co