Reginald Ajuonuma

The French Tennis Federation has announced an invitation to tender for broadcast rights in Europe to the French Open from 2022

The Football Association’s desire for strong free-to-air coverage means the BBC will pay substantially less per match than pay-television partner Sky in the latest domestic cycle of England’s Women’s Super League.

The Ligue de Football Professionnel, the governing body that runs French football, has launched a Ligue 1 channel on Twitch, the Amazon-owned online streaming platform

Boutique media-rights agency Sports Media Venture has been appointed as European media rights distributor for this month’s NN Mission Marathon, which serves as a one-off qualifying event for the Tokyo O…

Telco BT has secured domestic rights to the climax of this season’s top-tier English women’s Premier 15s rugby union competition, SportBusiness understands.

Boutique media-rights agency Sports Media Venture has acquired global distribution rights for the next three years to the Union Cycliste Internationale (UCI) Pro Series ZLM Tour

Telco BT will pay a slightly lower fee in its three-year renewal of MotoGP rights in the UK and Ireland as it will share live coverage of two Grands Prix – including the UK race – with a free-to-air broadcaster.

Commercial broadcaster ITV is close to agreeing a deal for the UK rights to England women’s football matches from next season, SportBusiness understands.

The Welsh Rugby Union has said that ensuring Wales’ Six Nations matches remain live on free-to-air television in the Welsh language is a “red line” in ongoing discussions over the UK broadcast rights from …

Staff at the now-defunct French pay-television broadcaster Téléfoot have expressed frustration with the redundancy proposals presented by the service’s owner, Spanish agency and production group Mediapro.

European media group RTL is reportedly considering carving out its Belgian subsidiary from a package sale with its French subsidiary, M6, as well as selling its Dutch subsidiary

A French court has ruled that five men who last year were found guilty of running an operation pirating the content of sports broadcasters must pay over €7m ($8.3m) in damages.