Football: Spanish free-to-air broadcaster Cuatro sublicensed the non-exclusive rights to at least seven matches from the upcoming World Cup from rival broadcaster La Sexta in a deal worth €20m (£14m).
TV Azteca and Televisa have unofficially agreed not to compete for football
Cricket: Indian pay-television broadcaster Sony Entertainment Television acquired the international rights to this month’s India v Pakistan tour for $11.5m (£6m/€8.7m).
Cricket: Indian public-service broadcaster Doordarshan was awarded the domestic rights to the upcoming India v Pakistan series by the Madras High Court, which was ruling on the case brought by Indian broadcaster Zee Telefilms.
The International Tennis Federation has signed several television rights deals in Asia for Davis and Fed Cup tennis.
Asian Games: Indian public-service broadcaster Doordarshan acquired the exclusive rights in India for the 2006 Asian Games in Doha, paying $400,000 (£215,000/€313,000), an increase of $50,000 on what it paid for the previous Games.
Olympics: The Bell Globemedia-Rogers Communications consortium won the Canadian rights to the 2010 and 2012 Olympics
Neo TV forced to share rights for India matches with Doordarshan
Indian Supreme Court’s ruling fiercely critical of board’s presidential elections