Events

Latin American pay-TV broadcaster the Pan-American Sports Network (PSN) has renewed its deal for coverage of Italian soccer’s top-flight league, Serie A.

Florida state funds could be used in a controversial plan to improve roads near the Jacksonville Jaguars' Alltel Stadium in preparation for the city's hosting of the 2005 Super Bowl.

A contractual dispute between World Wrestling Federation Entertainment (WWFE) and US satellite platform DirecTV over how revenue is collected has seen the former axe its pay-per-view events from the broadcaster’s network.

Millions of soccer crazy Vietnamese missed the start of the English Premier League season at the weekend after Vietnam Television (VTV) failed to reach an agreement with the company holding distribution rights for Asia.

Millions of soccer crazy Vietnamese missed the start of the English Premier League season at the weekend after Vietnam Television (VTV) failed to reach an agreement with the company holding distribution rights for Asia.

The British Tourist Authority (BTA) has signed a two-year partnership deal with soccer’s English FA Premier League and its new sponsor Barclaycard, designed to promote Britain as a top tourist destination and boost visitor numbers.

England’s Football Association has not denied media reports that the number of sponsors of the governing body will be reduced to four from ten after the World Cup next year.

The finance director of English Premier League soccer club Leeds United has confirmed to sportbusiness.com that the club will sell the naming rights to its new £60million ($87m/B

The ASEAN Football Federation has announced that Singapore and Indonesia will share the hosting rights for next year's Tiger Cup.

Former world heavyweight champion Mike Tyson will face Denmark's Brian Nielsen in a 10-round fight on September 8 at Parken Stadium in Copenhagen, cable television carrier Showtime has said.

Organisers of the Indianapolis Championships want to bump the men's tournament up to Masters Series level - just one below Grand Slam status.

South African terrestrial channel e.tv has secured the exclusive TV rights to the 2002 FIFA World Cup in South Korea and Japan.

Sportech, the UK-based holding company for gaming giant Littlewoods Leisure, has signed a sponsorship deal with ITV’s interactive soccer coverage for an undisclosed sum.

Scottish Premier League soccer champions Celtic has struck a deal with online broadcasting specialist Servecast

Atlanta will host the PGA Championships for the fourth time in 2011 after hosting it in 1976, 1981 and this year.

UK satellite channel SKY Sports has been awarded live rights to the US Open, the world's richest grand slam tennis event, for the next four years.

Boxing fans will have to wait until October to see former heavyweight champion Mike Tyson in a boxing ring, despite a previous announcement this week stating that the renowned boxer would fight in September.