David Svenson

Media group TV4 Media has extended its domestic rights deal for the Swedish Women's Hockey League (SDHL) until 2024-25

The Infront agency has extended its international media rights deal with the International Skating Union for four more seasons, as well as adding rights in China

Fifa is the latest rights-holder to benefit from fierce competition in the Nordics as it sealed huge increases for both the 2023 Fifa Women’s World Cup and the men’s World Cup in 2026.

The Football Association of Iceland (KSÍ) and Íslenskur Toppfótbolti (ÍTF), the club body that manages league football in the country, have submitted request for proposals for the media rights to the top…

ServusTV has acquired rights in Germany for the French Open in 2021, the first time the free-to-air commercial broadcaster has held grand slam tennis rights in the country

Sky Deutschland’s decision to sublicense free-to-air Formula One rights to RTL in Germany was agreed in the hope that wider coverage of the sport will drive subscriptions to Sky and its new dedicated F1 channel.

Nordic Entertainment (Nent) Group has agreed a new deal with the National Hockey League for rights across the Baltic region for five seasons, from 2021-22 to 2025-26

Commercial broadcaster TV2 has sealed a long-term deal for Women’s Tennis Association rights in Denmark as it looks to capitalise on emerging Danish talent.

The Elgiganten Ligaen, a Danish Counter-Strike: Global Offensive league, has secured its first media-rights deal in the country, with public-service broadcaster DR. The league’s organiser, Dust2.d

German telecoms operator Deutsche Telekom has agreed major free-to-air sublicensing deals with ARD, ZDF and RTL that will shape the broadcasting landscape in the country for the next three major international…

Nordic Entertainment (Nent) Group has acquired a host women’s football content across the Nordic and Baltic countries, along with Poland, as it continues its push in women’s sport.

David Proper, senior EVP of international and media strategy at the NHL, discusses the league's new media-rights deals in Germany and Austria, and how the NHL has worked with its broadcast partners in Europe to improve engagement.