Ghana

StarTimes, the pay-television broadcaster in sub-Saharan Africa, has made a partial payment to the Ghana Football Association (GFA) as part of its rights deal for the top-tier Premier League as it looks…

The chairman of Ghana’s National Media Commission has urged the nation’s football association to publish details of its rights agreement with pay-television broadcaster StarTimes.

Less than 24 hours since StarTimes, the pay-television in sub-Saharan Africa, acquired the rights to the Ghana Premier League and FA Cup, the Ghana Football Association and Ghana Broadcasting Corporation,…

StarTimes, the pay-television broadcaster in sub-Saharan Africa, has acquired the rights to broadcast the top-tier Ghana Premier League and FA Cup

The Ghana Football Association has said that radio commentary rights to its properties will be available on a ‘non-cash consideration’ basis.

SuperSport, the pan-African pay-television broadcaster, was absent from the bidding during the Ghana Football Association's invitation to tender for the rights to a host of its properties, the national…

The Ghana Football Association (GFA) is inviting bids for television rights to its domestic club competitions

The Ghana Broadcasting Corporation (GBC) and the Ghana Athletics Association (GAA) have jointly acquired exclusive free-to-air rights in the country to the 2019 IAAF World Championships

Ghanaian free-to-air broadcaster Max TV has acquired the rights to broadcast the English Premier League matches on free-to-air television during the 2019-20 season

The Ghana Premier League remains without a broadcast partner with just over four weeks until the start of the 2016-17 season, despite bids from two of sub-Saharan Africa’s biggest broadcasters.

SuperSport talks to Metro TV about Ghana Premier League

World Cup rights fee falls in Nigeria but increases in sub-Saharan Africa as Fifa keeps faith with AUB and Octagon

Agency defends Cup of Nations fee demands which broadcasters in Nigeria say are 'unsustainable'

Pan-African pay-television broadcaster StarTimes has acquired the rights to US-based Major League Wrestling's weekly flagship show, MLW Fusion

Ghanaian public-service broadcaster GTV has agreed a deal for free-to-air rights to the 2018 Fifa World Cup.

African pay-television broadcaster Kwesé TV has agreed a content partnership with the Ghanaian division of telecommunications company MTN.

Telecommunications firm Econet Media has extended its Kwesé TV brand through launching a new direct-to-home platform in three African markets.

Ghana is set for its first free-to-air sports broadcasting platform after telecommunications firm Econet Media acquired the free-television broadcasting and production businesses of multi-territory commercial and pay-television broadcaster Modern Times Group in the country and its fellow African nation Nigeria.

Pan-African pay-television operator StarTimes has acquired rights to the top-tier Ghana Premier League as part of a wide-ranging agreement with the Ghana Football Association.

Terrestrial broadcaster Viasat1 has acquired exclusive free-to-air rights in Ghana for coverage of football’s English Premier League.

The Ghana Television Consortium of broadcasters has accused free-to-air broadcaster TV3 of illegally marketing commercial rights surrounding the 2014 Fifa World Cup national team football tournament, according to the Ghanaweb.com website.

African pay-television broadcaster SuperSport has agreed a three-year deal with the Ghana Football Association to acquire the exclusive broadcast rights to the Ghana Premier League, the country’s top football division, and FA Cup knockout competition.

Ghanaian free-to-air television channel Viasat 1, owned by multi-territory television operator Modern Times Group, has acquired rights to the 2013-14 English Premier League football season, according to the Ghanaian Chronicle newspaper.

Public-service broadcaster the Ghana Broadcasting Corporation (GBC) agreed a deal with the Sportfive agency for rights to this year’s Africa Cup of Nations football tournament.

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