In-Flight/In-Ship

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Cricket Australia expanded its relationship with in-flight/in-ship broadcaster Sport 24 last week, to include coverage of this year’s Ashes Test series.

Stiff competition for Fifa’s in-flight and in-ship rights drove incumbent partner IMG to double its guaranteed fee in a new deal last month.

Germany’s Bundesliga more than doubled the value of its in-flight and in-ship rights in a renewal with IMG this month.

The Pitch International agency this month acquired Formula One and LaLiga rights as part of a move to create a new in-flight offering, TV Sports Markets understands.

IMG this month added a second Sport 24 in-flight channel to its offering following its deal for Euro 2016, for which it paid considerably more than Euro 2012.

The IMG agency has renewed its in-flight and in-ship rights to the English Premier League in a new three-season deal, from 2019-20 to 2021-22

In-flight and in-ship channel Sport 24 has acquired rights to the upcoming Ashes cricket series between England and Australia.

In-flight and in-ship channel Sport 24 has secured rights to the 35th edition of the America’s Cup sailing event.

World football’s governing body Fifa has opened an invitation to tender for the worldwide in-flight and in-ship media rights to the 2018 World Cup, the 2017 Confederations Cup and the 2019 Women’s World Cup.

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The National Basketball Association has finalised a string of deals outside its domestic US market in recent weeks, securing large increases in Germany, Austria, Switzerland and India, and a modest uplift in Poland.