Italian Serie A

Telecom Italia (TIM) and DAZN have renewed their Serie A distribution agreement until the end of the decade, encompassing the subscription broadcaster’s new domestic rights deal for the Italian top flight.

DAZN has extended its contract with the Mediaset-owned Digitalia 08 for advertising sales around the subscription broadcaster’s live coverage of Italian football’s Serie A.

Sport TV, the Portuguese pay-television broadcaster, has retained rights to Italy’s Serie A in a three-year agreement running from 2024-25 to 2026-27.

Infront is to exclusively sell Serie A broadcast rights in 36 territories across the Asia-Pacific region in a three-season agreement that includes a prolongation option

DAZN and Telecom Italia are thought to have renewed their Serie A distribution agreement, a key deal for the rollout of the subscription broadcaster’s live coverage of the Italian top flight.

Lega Serie A is close to finalising its first international broadcast deals of the new cycle after rights were awarded in eight countries from the 2024-25 season onwards

Lega Serie A clubs today (Monday) accepted the new domestic media rights offer on the table from incumbents DAZN and Sky, which represent a slight drop on the current cycle and a similar fee to the one…

Lega Serie A chief executive, Luigi De Siervo, has reiterated that broadcasters must meet the organisation’s valuation for its next cycle of domestic rights, adding that if a solution isn’t found it is “much more likely” that it will proceed with the launch of an in-house platform.

Lega Serie A has launched its first request for proposal (RFP) for its forthcoming international rights sales cycle by going to market in Germany, Austria and Switzerland

The new Serie A season kicks-off this weekend with broadcast agreements in place with more than 65 media outlets worldwide, the league and its rights agency partner Infront have announced

Experts in the betting and data rights markets point to at least three reasons why Italy’s Serie A can expect a large increase in its income from these rights in the next cycle, with one predicting the value would “at least double”.

Lega Serie A has kicked off in earnest its international broadcast rights sales process for the forthcoming cycle as it looks to replace its long-standing global agency model by striking deals through…

Autorità per le Garanzie nelle Comunicazioni (AGCOM), the regulator and competition authority for the communications industry in Italy, has given the green light to block pirated websites within 30 minutes, …

Bids for domestic media rights to Serie A from 2024-25 have been improved but remain below the €1bn ($1.1bn) per season sought by the Italian league, chief executive Luigi De Siervo has revealed.

Italy’s antitrust regulator, the Autorità Garante della Concorrenza e del Mercato (AGCM), has issued fines totalling more than €8m ($8.95m)

Italian commercial broadcaster Mediaset will bid for a new live free-to-air rights package being offered as part of Lega Serie A’s domestic tender process, according to Marco Giordani, chief financial o…

Lega Serie A, organising body of the top division of Italian club football, has reappointed financial services group Lazard to act in an advisory capacity as it seeks out an investor in its media business

Lega Serie A clubs have given their unanimous backing to the make-up of the league’s domestic broadcast rights tender with broadcasters able to submit offers across three, four or five seasons.