World Athletics Championships
Sony Pictures Network India has solidified its position as India’s primary broadcaster of multi-sports events after agreeing an increased fee for this summer’s Commonwealth Games, as well as securing rights – free of cost – for the World Athletics Championship.
BeIN Sports has struck a two-year deal for rights in Australia to all World Athletics events
Pay-television broadcaster Sony Pictures Network India has acquired exclusive media rights across the Indian subcontinent to the 2022 World Athletics Championships in Oregon
Claro, the Latin American telecoms operator, has secured rights to the 2022 World Athletics Championships, which will take place in Oregon, USA, from July 14 to 24
Pay-television broadcaster Sky Italia has acquired rights to a string of sports properties, headed by tennis’ Davis Cup in a deal running from 2022 to 2024.
BeIN Sports has secured the broadcast rights to World Athletics events for the Middle East and North Africa in a two-year deal
Kenyan state broadcaster KBC has agreed a rights deal for World Athletics Series events held in 2022 and 2023
The European Broadcasting Union will pay a slight increase to retain its rights to World Athletics Series events, including the World Athletics Championships, from 2024 to 2029.
The European Broadcasting Union consortium has retained broadcast rights to World Athletics Series events, including the World Athletics Championships, in a long-term agreement announced this morning
The SABC, the South African public broadcaster, has bolstered its SABC Sport channel thanks to a deal with media group Disney that includes rights to World Athletics events, Top Rank boxing, the Dutch…
Seven Network, the Australian free-to-air commercial broadcaster, is to broadcast the 2019 IPC World Athletics Championships
The IAAF World Athletics Championships’ sparse attendances and complaints over searing heats for marathon races have failed to dissuade the German television audience as viewing figures pick up in the c…
The Ghana Broadcasting Corporation (GBC) and the Ghana Athletics Association (GAA) have jointly acquired exclusive free-to-air rights in the country to the 2019 IAAF World Championships