The ‘big six’ clubs from football’s English Premier League have today (Thursday) succeeded in forcing through a change to the rules which will grant them a greater share of revenue the competition generates from international broadcast rights.
The RDA agency has been appointed as the exclusive agent for international distribution rights to the Super League, the top tier of club rugby league in England.
English Premier League football clubs will be required to make a final decision this summer on proposed reforms to the system by which broadcast rights revenue is distributed, according to multiple reports.
Football’s English Premier League and pay-television operator Fox Networks Group Latin America have claimed two significant wins in their ongoing efforts to fight piracy of their content.
English Premier League football club Manchester United has launched an official channel on YouTube, breaking a cycle where it was the most-viewed club on the video-sharing platform purely through unofficial content.