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Rai pays less for Giro rights and more for production, but the real money will be made abroad

Ben Speight, head of SportBusiness Intelligence, analyses how TV audiences for this year’s NFL Super Bowl are down on both sides of the Atlantic T

Lack of stars caps Concacaf earnings in Canada

Finnish deal takes Infront closer to global control of skiing rights but agency denies that it paid a strategic fee for the rights

Premier League enjoys massive increases in more key territories but cooling Middle East market provides a major challenge

MP & Silva hit a home run in Korea with big increase

Bernie hopes NBC can deliver bigger US platform for F1

TF1 pays big increase to hang on to Rugby World Cup

The Premier League chose to start its international sales in the Americas with good reason: bidding wars are expected in the US and Brazil

MCS advances in France and beyond

Big jump in China, big drop in Canada for 2014-16 Games

ESS bucks the trend and gets increase from Sky

Uefa positions itself nicely to cherry-pick top markets

IMG sees room for growth in China and South East Asia

World Cup should boost ESS ICC revenues in Australia; Sony, Zee and ESS in battle for BCCI's retendered world rights

Eurosport hangs on to French and US Opens - but at a price

American Football: US networks CBS, Fox and NBC acquired rights for the NFL in nine-year deals, from 2014-15 to 2022-23, worth a combined $3.1bn (€2.4bn) per year.

Football: Fifa, football’s world governing body, agreed deals with pan-European broadcaster Eurosport and US network Fox for rights to the Club World Cup.