PORTIMAO, PORTUGAL - NOVEMBER 22: The MotoGP riders ready to start on the grid during the MotoGP race during the MotoGP of Portugal at Algarve Motor Park on November 22, 2020 in Portimao, Portugal. (Photo by Mirco Lazzari gp/Getty Images)
Greek pay-television broadcaster Cosmote has increased its outlay 10 per cent to renew its rights to Uefa’s club competitions for the 2021-24 cycle. The increase was driven by a desire to ward off the threat of resurgent pay-television broadcaster Nova.
Pay-television broadcaster Cosmote reduced its outlay on Greek Cup rights by two-thirds and pushed to shorten the renewal duration to just one season to give it an opportunity to review the impact on the property’s value of a restructuring of the competition, SportBusiness Media understands.
The Eurosport Events arm of international sports broadcaster Eurosport has agreed a 10-year deal to become the global promoter of all speedway events organised by the International Motorcycling Federation…
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