Skynet pays a high price to keep Forever at arm's length

Feeding frenzy for Premier League rights continues in Asia; IMG Media and MP & Silva battle it out for Asian rights

Satellite pay-television broadcaster Cable Thai Holdings has acquired rights in Thailand, Cambodia and Laos for English football’s Premier League for the three-year cycle from 2013-14 to 2015-16.

ESS adds Sri Lanka Premier League to boost reach of Star Cricket channel

Serie A values up by a quarter in Asia

IMG sees room for growth in China and South East Asia

Fastrack: EBU and Infront battle for Austrian ski rights; Thai pay-TV battle boosts Uefa; Polish league has no free-to-air deal

ESPN Star Sports wins La Liga rights after aggressive bid but could still split in the next 12 months

Uefa enjoys big increases for its Champions League and Europa League rights in Asia

Handball: Setanta Africa, the sub-Saharan Africa sports broadcaster, acquired the rights for the European Handball Federation Champions League Final Four in a deal with the Sportsman Media Group

Multi Channels Asia hoping to ride Asian economic growth and establish a niche

League rights spotlight on Germany's Bundesliga

Japan's potential forced withdrawal from Copa America casts doubt over value of Traffic's already-agreed broadcast deal in the country.

Football: Uefa, European football’s governing body, agreed a number of deals for the Euro 2012 and Euro 2016 tournaments.

Athletics: The IEC in Sports agency agreed a number of deals for the 2010 IAAF World Indoor Championships in Doha

Football’s ongoing European Championships may be attracting huge television audiences across Europe but in some of the poorer Asian markets it is not being shown at all.

Football: The England Football Association agreed deals for its international rights covering the fouryear period from 2008-09 to 2011-12, bringing in worldwide revenues of over $300m (£144m/€207m) - …