Indian media group Viacom 18 has secured the broadcast rights to the next edition of the Abu Dhabi T10 Cricket League, scheduled to begin on November 19, in a deal covering the Indian subcontinent
Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam has stressed that the government would not rule out the possibility of bidding for the broadcast rights to more major sporting events after it picked up rights to the Tokyo …
The English Premier League has launched its ‘Boot Out Piracy’ campaign in Singapore for the first time, highlighting the increased risks of cybercrime through watching illegal, pirated video content.
Japanese pay-television broadcaster Sky PerfecTV, the Bundesliga’s rights-holding broadcaster in Japan, is launching the Bundesliga Live App to deliver a tailored viewing experience for fans.
PP Sports, Tencent and iQiyi Sports have acquired non-exclusive digital streaming rights for Uefa club competitions in China for the upcoming 2021-22 season
RCTI+, a streaming platform operated by Indonesian media group MNC, has picked up the rights for Asian Football Confederation competitions in the Philippines for the remainder of 2021
Subscription sports news website The Athletic is entering the Australian market and has agreed a deal with sports streaming platform Optus Sports as part of its launch effort
All three of the main Australian television networks are expected to be allowed to bid for free-to-air rights to the National Rugby League, with the Australian Rugby League Commission said to be looking…
European football giants Barcelona and Juventus have signed content partnerships with Chinese social media and e-commerce platform Xiaohongshu
Sports broadcaster Eurosport India has acquired the broadcast rights to the All Elite Wrestling (AEW) promotion
Media group Discovery has promoted Rebecca Kent, general manager of Australia and New Zealand, to the newly-created position of senior vice-president, transformation
The first match of an Australian cricket tour of Bangladesh took place yesterday without live television or streaming coverage in Australia, something that has happened only once or twice in recent decades