Nick Roumpis

The European League of Football has secured a new broadcaster in Hungary after striking a deal with media group Network4. The American football league, which is led by former ProSiebenSat

Volleyball World, the commercial rights-holder for all International Volleyball Federation (FIVB) properties, has signed a long-term agreement in Poland with commercial broadcaster Polsat

DOSB New Media, the operator of online streaming service Sportdeutschland.TV, has extended its deal for broadcast rights in Germany to the country’s second-tier domestic basketball league until 2025.

Kosmos Tennis has made a strong start to its Davis Cup media rights sales by securing increases in fee across Italy and the Balkans, a sign that the competition’s revamped format is bearing fruit.

German commercial broadcaster ProSiebenSat.1 has extended its deal with the Deutsche Tourenwagen Masters motorsport series for another two years, paying an increased fee on the back of renewed interest from car manufacturers and drivers.

Germany’s Basketball Bundesliga (BBL) will remain available on free-to-air channels following the acquisition of its rights by S Nation Media, the new streaming platform launched by Christian Seifert, f…

Greek powerhouse Olympiacos is set to switch from Nova to Cosmote in a lucrative deal that casts further doubt over the league’s efforts to centralise the management of its media rights.

Poland’s TVP has secured rights to the playoffs of Serie B, the second tier of Italian club football, starting next week, in a deal also covering matches next season.

Austrian commercial broadcaster ServusTV has paid a flat fee to secure rights to the French Open tennis Grand Slam this year, replacing Austrian public-service broadcaster ORF.

Greece’s Cosmote TV is nearing a deal for Olympiacos’ rights in the Greek Super League, making another landmark addition to its portfolio of Greek teams.

The National Hockey League doubled the value of its rights across Germany and Austria this season on the back of strong competition, with Sky Deutschland and ProSiebenSat.1 sharing the property during 2021-22.

Formula One has secured its highest ever annual fee in Poland, despite the absence of a Polish driver during the 2022 season.