Mexico deal takes IOC over the $100m mark in Latin America

Rights fee increases for Uefa in the US and Caribbean

Full Play produces letter from Conmebol to back up claim to have Copa America rights

Football: Chinese state broadcaster CCTV acquired the rights to China’s international football teams for three-and-a-half years, from July 23 until the end of 2014, from the Chinese Football Association’s com…

New Brazil-Argentina event will not have all the top players

Romanian pay-TV rivals bolster sports content...Final Copa deals in place...Liga rights talks in Venezuela...Premier League piracy case delay

Japan withdrawal could hit Traffic Copa revenues ... Sportfive Euro progress in Asia ... Infront narrows down bidders

Athletics: The IEC in Sports agency agreed deals with free-to-air broadcasters in five European countries for the rights for the World Athletics Series from 2011 to 2013, including the athletics World…

Pay TV growth in South America's fourth-largest economy has local analysts predicting a big pay-day for domestic football.

Brazilian agency acquisition in line with Lagardére Unlimited expansion ambitions.

Football: Spanish pay-television operator Digital Plus acquired Champions League rights in a three-year deal, from 2012-13 to 2014-15

Venezuelan broadcasters expect to pay $4.5 million for World Cup qualifiers ... Uruguayan qualifiers tender a battle between Full Play/Tenfield and Traffic

Argentinian government to introduce HD feed on free-to-air television

Uefa over half way there on centralisation plan ... F1 renews in key markets ... EAA drops its fee for 2012 ... AFA TV plans ‘not viable’ ... Taylor exit doesn’t hurt PDC

Surprise finalist deflates World Club Cup audience expectations, raising questions over value of competition for broadcasters.

Uefa looks to conclude Euro 2012 talks with BBC and ITV, accepting that there will be no changes to UK listed events legislation before 2012.

Big increases in the US and Japan the highlights of a successful round of sales for Traffic Sports.

Athletics: Channel 4, the UK commercial broadcaster, acquired the rights for the 2011 and 2013 World Championships in a three-year deal with the IEC in Sports agency