TV RIGHTS CLIPS 2: European football, badminton, more tennis
TV RIGHTS CLIP 1: Fifa’s US deal, other football, basketball
Football: US Disney-owned broad-casters ABC and ESPN, and Spanish-language broadcaster Univision, acquired the rights to all Fifa events from 2007 to 2014, including the 2010 and 2014 World Cups, in deals worth a total of $425m (£239m/€351m).
TV RIGHTS CLIPS 2: US Sports, cricket, rugby, motorsports
Baseball: US cable broadcaster ESPN renewed its long-term deal for Major League Baseball, paying $2.368bn (£1.3bn/€1.9bn) over eight years, from 2006 to 2013.
TV RIGHTS CLIPS 1: European, Latin American football, tennis
Infront to buy Media Partners and gain much-needed rights
Football World Cup agency Infront is close to acquiring the Milan-based agency Media Partners in a €130 million cash deal.
TV RIGHTS CLIPS 1: Football in the Americas, Europe; rugby union
High-flying Unity attracts Liberty’s attention
Skiing audiences tune in but miss gold performances
Weekday lunchtime television slots mean Swedish television audiences miss Anja Paerson's medal winning performances
TV RIGHTS CLIPS 1: Football, golf and more
Kloiber challenges for top sports rights in Austria
Skiing ‘must adapt’ to win over TV and viewers
France Télévisions believe that FIS must change to interest broadcasters.
Ecclestone finally takes over production of main F1 signal
Rai fashionably late for skiing’s big party
EBU set to get money back for Italian skiing rights.