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.
Inside this issue, we take a look at how the ubiquity of streaming and the rise of WFH lifestyles has turned the Uefa Champions League’s daytime window in the US into a blessing, helping Relevent Sports Group more than double its media rights value from 2024-25 onward and create a path to a US-hosted Champions League final. We also examine how, in the face of tough conditions, the DFL will do well to match the €1.1bn per season it currently brings in for domestic rights from 2025-26 onwards. There's plenty more, including an analysis of the dispute between CAF and beIN, following the former’s decision on September 1 to cancel its 12-year, $415m deal with the broadcaster.
Inside this issue, we analyse how Fifa avoided a momentum-killing Women’s World Cup television blackout in five major markets after a financial and diplomatic intervention from the European Broadcasting Union. It also has details on the CW’s deal for exclusive Nascar Xfinity Series rights in the US, which has made it the most valuable second-tier motorsport property in the world. There’s also a look at MTVA's Uefa national team rights and wider portfolio in Hungary, an analysis of the Sony-Zee merger in India, and plenty more besides.
Inside this issue, we analyse Team Marketing's recent hunt for new business, which has been shot through with sense of urgency as its relationship with Uefa comes under increasing threat. We also examine Viaplay's financial struggles - and their ramifications for rightsholders and the wider industry. There's also a look at LaLiga's positive result in Vietnam, and plenty more besides.
Inside this issue: FOOTBALL: US hosting key to Fifa’s $2bn revenue target for 2025 Club World Cup FOOTBALL: LaLiga secures marginal increase in Japan CR
Inside this issue: FOOTBALL: Premier League offers FA escape from $235m international rights shortfall FOOTBALL: CBF keeps Brazil national team fees afloat in new Globo deal
Inside this issue: FOOTBALL: Warner Bros Discovery set to pay uplift for Champions League in Brazil FOOTBALL: EFL takes big leap forward with Sky, but uplift lower than advertised
Inside this issue: FOOTBALL: Sky Italia doubles down on Uefa club comps ahead of Serie A negotiations GOLF: PGA Tour opts for peace dividend as door opens to PIF control
Inside this issue: FOOTBALL: Serie A fishing for clues with eight-model domestic rights tender FOOTBALL: DFL on collision course with investors over ‘red line’ conditions FOO
Inside this issue: TENNIS: FFT secures marginal increase in French Open domestic renewals MULTIPLE SPORTS: Sport does not know the origin of its private equity money, SportBusiness report suggests
Inside this issue: FOOTBALL: Brax goes for exposure in Brazilian Série B venture FOOTBALL: Sony pays increase to get Euro 2024 and 2028 over the line
Inside this issue: TENNIS: Sportradar’s ‘innovative model’ helps seal ATP data rights deal AMERICAN FOOTBALL: DAZN outbids Bruin for NFL Game Pass in bold global play FOOTB
Inside this issue: CRICKET: Sony renews Sri Lanka Cricket at reduced fee due to fewer India matches FOOTBALL: De Siervo: New piracy law could add extra €150m per season for Serie A M
Inside this issue: TENNIS: Sky holds off Netflix challenge to secure ATP/WTA clean sweep AMERICAN FOOTBALL: NFL deal helps Google hold its own with tech giants and eat into US pay-TV business
Inside this issue: FOOTBALL: Televisa’s World Cup cash-in could prevent Fifa from hitting lofty targets MULTI-SPORT: IOC retains value of European rights despite lack of competition C
Inside this issue: FOOTBALL: UCL value sees minor increase as German challenges laid bare MOTORSPORT: DAZN renews MotoGP at flat rate in Spain amid lack of competition
Inside this issue: TENNIS: Australian Open fee surges in US thanks to Disney aggression TENNIS: Sky NZ renews Australian Open for slight uplift amid Spark exit
Inside this issue: FOOTBALL: Globo’s World Cup renegotiation sends Casimiro’s star soaring in Brazil FOOTBALL: In Focus: Fifa World Cup FOO