Fifa World Cup
TF1, the French commercial broadcaster, has been left angered after missing a VAR decision that came after the full-time whistle in France’s Fifa World Cup match against Tunisia.
NOS, the Dutch public broadcaster, pulled in an audience of just over 3.8 million viewers for the Netherlands’ 2-0 win over hosts Qatar at the Fifa World Cup yesterday (Tuesday).
An analysis conducted by SportBusiness Media shows that the Fifa World Cup’s global media rights value has kept pace with other blue-riband sporting events, despite what the US Department of Justice described as a 'web of corruption' curtailing its value during the 2000s and early 2010s.
Chinese state broadcaster CCTV appears to have cut some images of fans not wearing masks from its television coverage of the Fifa World Cup, according to various reports
Poland’s 2-0 win over Saudi Arabia on Saturday afternoon attracted an average audience of just under 8.9 million viewers across the television channels of Polish public broadcaster TVP.
French free-to-air commercial broadcaster TF1 attracted an average of 11.6 million viewers on Saturday as France defeated Denmark 2-1 at the Fifa World Cup in Qatar.
Football fans in Lebanon have been left without free-to-air television coverage of the ongoing Fifa World Cup due to a state of political paralysis in the Middle Eastern country
Brazilian media group Globo has finalised the details of its 2026 Fifa World Cup rights package as part of its renegotiations with football’s world governing body over its deal for this year’s tournament in …
An average audience of 9.2 million people tuned into German broadcaster ARD’s coverage of the 2022 Fifa World Cup match between Germany and Japan amid new protests against Fifa’s ban on ‘OneLove’ armbands.
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The opening match of the 2022 Fifa World Cup drew larger television audiences in France, Spain and the United Kingdom than for the first game of the 2018 World Cup but viewing figures were much lower in…
Television coverage of this year's Fifa World Cup will be carried by 17 free-to-air broadcasters in Thailand
The Sports Authority of Thailand is understood to be finalising a deal to acquire the media rights in the country for the 2022 Fifa World Cup
Senegalese media group E-Media has filed an appeal with the competition commission of the West African Economic and Monetary Union (UEMOA) over the award of 2022 Fifa World Cup rights in Senegal
Brazilian agency LiveMode has brokered an agreement on behalf of Fifa for matches from this year’s World Cup to be broadcast on streamer and digital influencer Casimiro’s various platforms in Brazil.
Media rights deals have been struck by the Infront agency in Singapore and Myanmar for this year's Fifa World Cup, with telco StarHub and pay-television broadcaster SkyNet, respectively
State broadcaster Vietnam Television (VTV) has announced the acquisition of the media rights for this year's Fifa World Cup