Inside this issue, we look at how for international distribution, D2C will soon be an integral part of the media strategies of Europe’s top five football leagues, analyse WRC and Euro media rights deals in Japan, examine WBD's latest pan-European deal for Wimbledon, and plenty more.

Inside this issue we analyse Ligue 1’s proposal for a direct-to-consumer channel, examine if women’s club football has lost its media rights momentum, look at F1’s latest deal in Portugal, and plenty more.

Inside this issue we look at Viaplay's renewal of its F1 rights in the Netherlands, how the Bundesliga is innovating to meet the challenges of a bear market, DAZN's deals for LaLiga in Italy and Portugal, and much more besides.

Inside this issue, we analyse Uefa's uplifts for rights to the Euros in the UK and Italy, examine European Leagues' collective rights project, and ask if sport should take content off social media platforms.

Inside this issue we analyse beIN's 10-year deal for F1 media rights in Mena, troubles with centralisation in Brazilian football and international skiing, Fifa's hopes of extracting greater rights fees in Brazil, the EFL's international rights deals, and more.

Inside this issue we examine how the future of tennis, structurally and commercially, is being decided, with the ATP and WTA tours on one side and the four Grand Slams on the other. There's also analysis of the new domestic deal for the FA Cup, Dentsu's deal with the Hong Kong government for rights to Paris 2024, and plenty more besides.

The latest issue of SportBusiness Media looks in depth at the Chinese Super League's domestic media rights deal with Migu, the ongoing sports betting rights saga in Brazil, a pair of MotoGP deals and much more.

Inside this issue, we examine why Uefa has enjoyed a substantial increase in sub-Saharan Africa, look at why Matchroom Sport stands to benefit from teenager Luke Littler’s fairytale run to the 2024 PDC World Championship final, and analyse why the German Football League’s deal with Sportradar for its betting data and streaming rights makes it one of the most lucrative among European football leagues. With plenty more besides.

Inside this issue, we take a close look at the renegotiated NFL-Genius betting rights deal, the KBO League's strong domestic rights increase, TNT Sports' deal for BCCI rights in the UK, and plenty more besides.

Inside this issue, we analyse how Uefa and Fifa benefitted in particular from New World TV’s entry to the sub-Saharan African market to enjoy strong uplifts for club competition and World Cup rights, respectively. There's also a look at the proposed merger between France’s Canal Plus and South Africa’s MultiChoice, plus why the Peruvian Football Federation and its media rights partner, 1190 Sports, have emphasised the need for patience after the cost of the latter’s long-term media rights project were laid bare for all top-flight Liga 1 clubs to see. There's plenty more besides.

Inside this issue, we look at why Mediapro faces a legal claim from Canadian Soccer Business amounting to C$250m ($186m/€172m). We also analyse the DFL's tender and the market dynamics for Bundesliga rights from 2025-26 onwards. Meanwhile, this year's first major industry development has come as a surprise. We take a deep dive into why Disney, Fox and Warner Bros. Discovery are launching a streaming platform, and how it might work. There's plenty more besides.

Inside this issue, we analyse the dynamics which will influence the NBA’s next round of domestic rights from 2025-26 onwards, take a close look at NFL+, examine Amazon's deal for Wimbledon rights in Germany and Austria, with plenty more besides.

Inside this issue we analyse the Premier League's domestic deals, Amazon's sports media strategy, the ICC's sales process in Australia, Recast's financial plight, and plenty more.

Inside this issue, we take a close look at World Rugby’s global media rights result for the 2023 Rugby World Cup, Sky’s latest deal for the British and Irish Lions, the Danish Superliga's new six-season domestic media rights agreements, and plenty more besides.

Inside this issue we take a look at why France Télévisions renewed its rights for the Tour de France, how another public-service broadcaster, Australia’s SBS, renewed its rights to the 2026 Fifa World Cup, and we also examine recent NBA deals in the Philippines, Italy and the DACH region. There's plenty more, besides.

Inside this issue, we analyse Serie A’s renewals with DAZN and Sky Italia, from 2024-25 to 2028-29, together worth €900m per year. We also look at Telefónica’s renewal of NBA rights in Spain, the Pitch International agency’s buy-out of Board of Control for Cricket in India international rights, and plenty more.

Inside this issue, we analyse the Indian Super League's latest domestic rights deal, examine the EFL's RFP for international media and betting streaming rights, and take a look at TF1's deal for exclusive rights in France to the Uefa Women’s Euro 2025 tournament. There's plenty more, including a look at the sale of Uefa club competitions from 2024-27 so far.

Inside this issue, we examine how the Saudi Pro League stands to earn about $15m per season for its international media rights, taking its total global media rights income to about $100m per season. There's plenty more, besides, including analyses of deals in Spain for Uefa club competitions and EuroLeague.