(EPL) English Premier League

The English Premier League has voted to roll over its existing domestic broadcast deals into the 2022-25 cycle after receiving approval in principle from the UK government to sidestep its usual tender…

UK sports rights experts say the English Premier League will delay its domestic media rights auction until April or May with a view to having deals in place prior to Euro 2020, which begins on June 11.

The English Premier League will continue to make available all its matches for broadcast in the UK until at least the last weekend of February

The Premier League has launched the second phase of its anti-piracy fight in Hong Kong and Malaysia

Telecoms operator Orange has signed a commercial premises deal with over-the-top streaming platform DAZN for rights to the English Premier League’s 2020-21 season in Spain.

The English Premier League has added to its international broadcast rights sales team with the appointments of media sales heads in Europe, the Middle East and Africa (EMEA) and the Americas, SportBusiness…

Pay-television broadcaster SuperSport has retained its Premier League rights across sub-Saharan Africa until the end of the 2024-25 season in a new deal announced today (Tuesday)

The Premier League will continue its domestic pay-per-view coverage and pricing for four more matches before making a longer-term decision in November

Norwegian commercial and pay-television broadcaster TV2 will offer English Premier League matches in ultra high-definition 4K for the first time from November 1

Manchester United and Liverpool will push ahead with their demand to exploit some of their English Premier League matches on their own digital channels despite the likely damage this will cause to the value of the league’s main international rights package, SportBusiness Media understands.

Between Project Big Picture and pay-per-view, it’s not been the best couple of weeks for Premier League football’s public image.

European football’s governing body Uefa, the English Premier League and pay-television broadcaster Canal Plus International have welcomed a court ruling in Rwanda concerning the piracy of their broadcast c…

English Premier League matches in October that were not set for domestic televised coverage will be made available to watch on a pay-per-view basis while fans are unable attend

The English Premier League is suing its former Chinese broadcast rights-holder for $215.3m (€183m) over its battle for unpaid rights fees, it has been reported.

The English Premier League, the country’s top football league, is enjoying heightened exposure across sub-Saharan Africa this season thanks to a 30-per-cent increase in the number of free-to-air broadcaster d…

Chinese internet giant Tencent picked up the English Premier League rights for the 2020-21 season at a massive discount compared to the value of the terminated deal with previous rights-holder PPTV.

English Premier League clubs are mulling over whether they will allow season-ticket holders to watch non-televised matches, after the UK government decided not to allow fans back into stadiums next month…