Martin Ross

The Infront agency is engaged in broadcast rights sales processes in Denmark, Finland, Norway and Sweden for leading athletics, handball, ice hockey and ice skating content

Experienced agency executive Roland Nikolaou has joined IMG Media as vice-president, head of football in the Middle East and North Africa

Lega Serie B is currently weighing up proposals submitted for an international betting video and fastpath data rights advisory contract

The concurrent invitations to tender issued by the Confederation of African Football earlier this month represent the most comprehensive set of rights made available since the high-profile termination of CAF’s $1bn (€930m), 12-year contract with Lagardère Sports.

The European Broadcasting Union’s 12-market deal with DAZN for sublicensed rights to the Uefa Women’s Champions League final includes commitments from public broadcasters in the Nordic countries of Fin…

Coverage in France of next month’s Uefa European under-21 Championship is to be shown by free-to-air channel W9 and subscription broadcaster beIN Sports.

Greenlight Television is to provide a live host broadcast of the Isle of Man TT for a second consecutive year after a move to remote production and government funding helped to alleviate the financial…

The Sportfive agency has signed a long-term extension to its exclusive rights agreement with the Asean Football Federation (AFF)

Eurovision Sport, the sports arm of the European Broadcasting Union, has agreed a sublicensing deal with rights-holder DAZN for coverage of the Uefa Women’s Champions League final in a dozen markets, S…

Inter Milan’s victory over city rivals AC Milan in last night’s Uefa Champions League semi-final second leg generated Italy’s highest free-to-air audience of the season for a club football match. M

Lega Serie A clubs have given their unanimous backing to the make-up of the league’s domestic broadcast rights tender with broadcasters able to submit offers across three, four or five seasons.

The Confederation of African Football (CAF) has initiated broadcast rights sales processes in sub-Saharan Africa and international markets for its flagship competitions between 2023 and 2025