Hungarian commercial and pay-television broadcaster TV2 is close to finalising deals for Spain’s LaLiga and Italy’s Serie A.
Hungarian media services provider Antenna Hungária has launched MindiGO Sport, its first standalone OTT streaming service.
The national federations of 10 countries have signed up to the International Basketball Federation’s (Fiba) new multi-cast initiative, with the sport’s global governing body keen on securing further partners before the end of the year.
Hungarian broadcaster TV2 has made aggressive moves into the sports-rights market in recent weeks, acquiring English Premier League, National Hockey League and MotoGP rights.
Hungarian commercial broadcast group TV2 has acquired rights in the country to the MotoGP motorcycling championship.
US media and entertainment company Discovery Communications has sealed its eighth sublicensing deal for Olympic Games rights in Europe through an agreement with Hungarian public-service broadcaster MTVA.
Eurosport Events, promoter of the World Touring Car Championship, has agreed broadcast rights deals in host markets for its forthcoming races in Hungary and Morocco, along with launching a new second screen service to enhance coverage of the motor racing series.
The Handball-Bundesliga, the sport’s top division in Germany, has said its global broadcast reach will extend to beyond 40 countries in 2015-16 through new rights deals agreed by the MP & Silva agency.
AMC Networks International – Central Europe, the central European division of US entertainment company AMC Networks, has agreed a multi-year extension to its deal with the NBA for the rights in Hungary to the North American basketball league.
AMC Networks International-Central Europe, the central European division of US entertainment company AMC Networks, has acquired rights in Hungary to broadcast various events operated by the European Handball Federation.
Hungarian public-service broadcaster MTVA has launched a new free-to-air television channel entitled M4 Sport.
Rights for the Glory Sports International kickboxing league have been awarded to pan-European sports broadcaster Eurosport, South Korean commercial broadcaster KBS, pan-African pay-television operator StarTimes and pay-television broadcaster Digi Sport in Hungary and Romania.