Joseph Perry

The German Football League (DFL) has sought to increase the Bundesliga’s value to international broadcasters through the launch of a whip-around show for overseas audiences.

SportBusiness Media takes a deep dive into the numbers driving the commercial success of the German Bundesliga.

World Rugby has moved to plug gaps in the sport's global reach through the launch of free streaming platform RugbyPass TV in time for next month's Rugby World Cup

Pay-television broadcaster beIN Sports has renewed its rights across the Middle East and North Africa to the US Open tennis grand slam for a further five years as part of a deal announced shortly before…

Newly launched streaming service Dyn has no interest in acquiring rights to the Bundesliga when they come to market next year, founder Christian Seifert has told SportBusiness

Christian Seifert tells SportBusiness Media how he plans to revolutionise coverage of lower-tier sports in Germany with new streaming service Dyn.

The Fifa Women’s World Cup and Paralympic Games are among the properties set to be added to Australia’s list of protected sports events but the country’s government has stopped short of making wholesale chang…

Polish pay-television broadcaster Polsat has acquired exclusive rights in the country to the Saudi Pro League until the end of the 2024-25 season

Polish broadcaster Polsat saw its pay-television subscriber base reduce by 4.3 per cent in the year ending June 30, shrinking from 5.117m to 4.895m

Pay-television broadcaster beIN Sports has acquired rights to the Bundesliga in 10 territories across the Asia-Pacific region as part of a new deal with the German Football League (DFL) until 2025-26