StarTimes secured exclusive rights in sub-Saharan Africa to four Fifa tournaments late last month in an attempt to build new relationships and expand its football coverage.
Kickboxing promotion Glory Sports International has struck multiple broadcast deals in the last month aimed at driving the niche property into the mainstream.
Pay-television broadcaster Siyaya is yet to launch in South Africa, calling into question whether or not matches of the South African national football team will be broadcast, TV Sports Markets understands.
Interview with Jon Franklin, chief executive of Glory Sports International, about Glory’s global rights sales strategy and what the future holds for the promotion.
The Football Kenya Federation is embroiled in two separate, but related, disputes which will have a major impact on how both domestic league and national team rights are sold.
The Confédération Africaine de Football could be set for a huge increase in the value of its global media and marketing rights, as negotiations with incumbent rights-holder Sportfive and rival agency Infront Sports & Media near a conclusion.