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Pay-television broadcaster BeIN Sports has acquired exclusive rights in France to Major League Soccer over an unspecified term

Pay-television broadcaster BT Sport has acquired rights to the FIA World Rallycross Championship in the UK and Ireland from 2019 in a multi-year deal

The Fédération Française de Handball is struggling to find a free-to-air partner for French national-team matches after carving these rights out of its new deal with beIN Sports, SportBusiness Media understands.

The Japanese women’s football league will no longer be broadcasting Nadeshiko league Division 1 matches on the free streaming platform MyCujoo, and has, instead, agreed a four-year deal with the platform t…

The Ligue Nationale de Rugby’s desire for greater revenues drove the shift to a minimum guarantee from a pure revenue share in its renewal of the Top 14 international rights distribution contract with Canal Plus.

Facebook has renewed a digital broadcast rights deal with Ironman for its endurance sports events for 2019 and 2020, with an option to extend for a further year

OTT streaming service DAZN will carry advertising and sponsorship placements on its platform as part of an expansion of the remit of the DAZN Group’s media division, the company said today (Wednesday).

Qatar-based beIN Media Group said on Tuesday it will take legal action against the Asian Football Confederation in response to the latter’s decision to strip it of exclusive broadcast rights in Saudi A…

US network NBC and UK pay-television broadcaster Sky announced Monday that they will collaborate on coverage of golf’s Players Championship, the US PGA tour’s flagship event, which takes place this wee…

Pay-television broadcaster Sky has acquired multi-year exclusive broadcast rights in the UK to the North American IndyCar series starting from 2019, taking over coverage from rival BT Sport

UK pay-television broadcaster Sky Sports’ new rights deal for the US PGA Championship is for the five-year period from 2019 to 2023, SportBusiness Media understands. This marks a rebuilding of the long-term partnership between rights-holder and broadcaster that ended in 2016 when Sky refused to meet rights distributor IMG’s valuation of the property.

Rights-holder FIA Karting has made its content available on the Motorsport.tv OTT platform, and will show its events on the platform’s subscription-free service, which launched on Thursday.