Denmark

TV2, the Danish government-owned broadcaster, has followed up its deal for rights to the Uefa European Qualifiers, Nations League and European Championship by acquiring rights to Denmark’s qualifying m…

Lega Serie A has accepted offers for rights to Italian football’s Coppa Italia and Supercoppa from 2021-22 to 2023-24 in four European countries, along with Australia, Hong Kong, Mongolia, Vietnam and s…

Denmark’s defeat to England in the semi-final of the Uefa European Championship attracted a record audience on DR, the Danish public broadcaster.

Action from the Uefa European Championship quarter-finals attracted strong audiences on public-service broadcasters in the competing nations of Belgium, Denmark and Switzerland

Sportway, the Stockholm-based automated production and live streaming firm, has reached an agreement with the Danish Ice Hockey Union (DIU) to install artificial intelligence camera production infrastructure…

Media company the Nordic Entertainment Group (Nent Group) has secured exclusive media rights to broadcast the 2021 and 2024 editions of the Copa América in multiple countries through its Viaplay subscription …

Media company Nordic Entertainment (Nent) Group has agreed a five-year rights deal across nine countries with events promotion company Matchroom Sport

Sports streaming service Fanseat has acquired rights to show Asian Football Confederation major national and club team tournaments for 2021 and 2022

Fifa is the latest rights-holder to benefit from fierce competition in the Nordics as it sealed huge increases for both the 2023 Fifa Women’s World Cup and the men’s World Cup in 2026.

Nordic Entertainment (Nent) Group has acquired rights in the region to all International Ski Federation (FIS) World Cup events taking place in Switzerland through a deal with the Infront agency

Commercial broadcaster TV2 has sealed a long-term deal for Women’s Tennis Association rights in Denmark as it looks to capitalise on emerging Danish talent.

The Elgiganten Ligaen, a Danish Counter-Strike: Global Offensive league, has secured its first media-rights deal in the country, with public-service broadcaster DR. The league’s organiser, Dust2.d

Broadcasters in both Denmark and Sweden pulled in strong audiences for Sunday’s IHF World Men’s Handball Championship final between the two Nordic countries.

Nordic Entertainment Group's (Nent) sports rights head Peter Nørrelund says the company “can no longer tighten the screw” on consumers by expecting them to pay more for premium sports content and unde…

Danish government-owned broadcaster TV2 and public-service broadcaster DR have added to their recent high-profile rights acquisitions in a deal to show the 2026 Fifa World Cup

TV2 Denmark, the government-owned subscription and free-to-air broadcaster, has retained exclusive rights to the 2021 season of esports’ Blast Premier series.

Danish government-owned broadcaster TV2 and public-service broadcaster DR have agreed sub-licensing deals with media company Discovery for rights to the 2022 winter Olympics in Beijing and the 2024 summer…