Argentina

The Argentinian government has acquired free-to-air media rights for the 2014 Fifa World Cup national football team tournament in Brazil.

The Argentinian government has set aside a further ARS310.6m (€39.2m/$53.3m) in its 2013 budget for its ‘Football for All’ broadcast project for the domestic football league, according to the Clarín newspaper.

The Argentinian government has announced the launch of a new free-to-air television channel dedicated to sport. The high-definition channel, DeporTV, is available nationwide

The Argentinian government spent ARS$1

The Argentinian government has ordered the country’s football association, Asociación del Fútbol Argentino, to contribute 6.5 p

The Argentinian government has spent about ARS$4 billion (€700 million/$880 million) on its ‘fútbol para todos’ (‘football for everyone’) scheme to show domestic league matches on free-to-air television…

North American pay-television channel Gol TV acquired rights to the Argentina national team’s friendly matches until 2014, in a deal with rights-holders the Full Play Group.

Pay-television broadcaster DirecTV Latin America acquired rights to this summer’s Euro 2012 football tournament.

Argentinian state-owned broadcaster Canal 7 acquired rights for the International Hockey Federation’s women’s Champions Trophy, which will take place in Rosario, Argentina from January 28 to February 5.