Joseph Perry

Deutsche Telekom has acquired exclusive rights in Germany to the Coupe de France

As the battle over the centralisation of skiing rights rumbles on, Infront’s on-sale of Swiss-Ski rights has sprung no surprises, with the agency discreetly agreeing deals with existing FIS World Cup broadcasters.

Uefa will see a slight increase in the value of its Champions League media rights in Germany amid tough conditions for rights-holders as a result of macroeconomic gloom, cost-cutting and uncertainty over the potential sale of pay-television broadcaster Sky Deutschland.

German streaming platform Dyn has acquired exclusive rights to the Feldhockey Bundesliga as it continues to add its content offering before launching later this year

Uefa has significantly grown the value of its club competition rights in Switzerland through new agreements with pay-television broadcaster Blue and public-service broadcaster SRG SSR.

German sports broadcaster Sport1 has extended its rights to the NASCAR stock car racing series and Australia’s Supercars Championship for two more seasons.

Pay-TV broadcaster Canal Plus is to simulcast live coverage of the Polish Ekstraklasa on its free-to-watch YouTube channel to mark the league’s return from an extended winter break.

The Saudi Professional League and its appointed IMG agency have finalised a flurry of media rights deals ahead of Cristiano Ronaldo’s debut in the competition.

Commercial broadcaster ServusTV has extended its World Rally Championship rights for two more seasons. The broadcaster has announced a new agreement that includes Germany and Austria

Sportainment, the parent company of German pay-TV broadcaster Sportdigital Fussball, has launched a free sports channel on Ghana's HD+ satellite platform as it looks to take its round-the-clock football…

Commercial broadcaster ServusTV has acquired free-to-air rights in Austria to high-profile matches during the next two editions of the French Open tournament in a sublicensing deal with Warner Bros. Discovery

Media group ProSiebenSat.1 will continue to broadcast the European League of Football in Germany until at least 2026 after extending its rights agreement with the gridiron football league. ProSiebenSat