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How Does SportBusiness Media Benefit Me?
SportBusiness Media is a well-rounded service but most importantly you get access to Rights Tracker, the most accurate deals data base in the sports media rights market. With this you can:
- Benchmark against the previous values of a property in a given market
- Compare fees of a property in a comparable territory to the one being considered
- Getting access to hard-to-get financial information to help benchmark and plan a long-term strategy
But it doesn’t stop there! Our analysis pieces produced around this data contain lots of other components of market intelligence aside from the fee:
- Analysis of competitors
- Nature of the sales process
- Previous buyers/agency sellers and contract durations
- Type of deal including buy-out, minimum guarantee, revenue share, advisory, exclusivity or otherwise of the rights deal and more…
Tell Me More About Rights Tracker
Access the most accurate media-rights data in the sports industry. Powered by TV Sports Markets.
Read Some Of Our Key Deal Stories
Star snatches Cricket South Africa rights in India from Sony
Indian pay-television broadcaster Star is poised to strengthen its grip on cricket broadcasting in the subcontinent by beating incumbent Sony to the rights for Cricket South Africa content.
Nent’s colossal Premier League deal shakes up Nordic market
Nordic Entertainment (Nent) Group’s monster six-season English Premier League deal signed this month has shocked the Nordic media market and left TV2 in Norway reeling.
Sky gains from BBC live golf reappraisal in Masters renewal
Sky achieved its long-held ambition of exclusive live coverage of the US Masters in the UK because its co-incumbent, the BBC, decided live golf is no longer a strategic priority.
Uefa secures massive Champions League hike in Germany as broadcaster battle heats up
Uefa has increased the value of Champions League rights in Germany by nearly 70 per cent in the 2021-24 cycle, driven by an intense broadcaster battle in which DAZN ousted Sky Deutschland and Amazon made another foray into premium football.
Bilibili aims to fulfil esports potential in China with League of Legends deal
Mobile gaming and streaming company Bilibili is hoping its deal for rights to the next three League of Legends World Championships will demonstrate the strategic power of top-tier esports content in China.
Sky quells Spark insurgency with blockbuster Sanzaar renewal
The battle between Sky and Spark for control of New Zealand’s sports broadcasting and streaming market has resulted in a major revenue increase for rugby union rights-holders New Zealand Rugby and Sanzaar.
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