Media

French broadcasters have been invited to bid for media rights to the Paris 2024 Paralympic Games after an invitation to tender process was launched by the Organising Committee

Group-viewing component is part of broader digital push for New York-based RSN

Canal Plus, the pay-television broadcaster active in different international markets, has reported a 4.8-per-cent increase in revenues to €4.25bn ($4.95bn) in the first nine months of 2021.

Fanseat, the subscription-based sports streaming service owned by the Spring Media agency, has secured rights to broadcast six basketball leagues in the Denmark, France and the UK

Singaporean telco StarHub has agreed a carriage deal for the new pan-regional, Southeast Asia SPOTV sports pay-television channels

The Delhi High Court has restrained seven specific websites – and others which may emerge – from broadcasting the ongoing ICC Men's T20 World Cup.

European Leagues, the body of European football leagues, has awarded the centralised international broadcast rights to nine different leagues to football-based media platform OneFootball and streaming…

UK public-service broadcaster the BBC has agreed a four-year extension to its radio rights deal for the Six Nations rugby union championship

The Glazer family, CVC Capital Partners, Cristiano Ronaldo and superstar Bollywood couple Deepika Padukone and Ranveer Singh are among the parties linked to bids for new Indian Premier League franchise…

The Hellenic Football Federation has, for the second time in three months, invited bids for broadcast rights to this season’s Greek Cup, following an unsuccessful attempt in the summer.

France’s Professional Football League (LFP) is seeking an investment of €1.5bn ($1.75b

The CAA Eleven agency has initiated the rights sales process in the Balkan countries for Uefa national team rights between 2022 and 2028

Increase in spending mirrors robust audience growth so far in 2021 season

Spain’s LaLiga is to press ahead with a domestic broadcast rights tender that allows bidders to lodge offers over four and five seasons despite advice from the country’s competition watchdog, the Comisión Naci…

German public-service broadcasters ARD and ZDF have retained rights to top FIS World Cup skiing events held outside of Germany in a new five-year deal announced this morning with the Infront agency

TV2 Denmark, the government-owned subscription and free-to-air broadcaster, has extended its media rights agreement with the Badminton World Federation in a deal running from 2022 to 2025

Russia’s National Media Group and telco Rostelecom are preparing to launch a package of four sports channels.