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IMG Media helps US Open land 50 per cent increase in Asian rights

MP & Silva takes big portfolio of club football rights to Asia

FA set for small increase in Asia with new MP & Silva deal

Uefa enjoys big increases in Chinese Taipei and Indonesia

Cartel makes life hard for Sportfive in Vietnam

Horse Racing: Irish public-service broadcaster RTÉ agreed a two-year rights deal, for 2012 and 2013, with Horse Racing Ireland and the Association of Irish Racecourses, for races in Ireland.

Football: Uefa agreed deals in the Netherlands for the Champions League and Europa League for three years from 2012-13 to 2014-15

Football: The ISM agency acquired the rights in Indonesia to the 2014 Fifa World Cup in a deal worth $55m (€40m). ISM sold the rights to the Bakrie Group for about $60m (page 9).

Football: Fifa, football’s world governing body, agreed deals in the US, Canada, selected territories in Asia and Australia for its events covering the period 2015 to 2022 (see story this issue).

Euro 2012 fee up in Australia but agency faces a challenge in remaining markets

Football: Qatar-based satellite broadcaster Al Jazeera acquired the

Football: Uefa, European football’s governing body, agreed a series of pay-television and free-to-air television deals for 2012-13 to 2014-15 for the rights to the Champions League and Europa league i…

Neo's Euro 2012 deal part of wider strategy...Traffic-Full Play dispute continues...Astro pays more for World Cup...Live football on Facebook

ESPN Star Sports wins La Liga rights after aggressive bid but could still split in the next 12 months

Badminton: Indian sports broadcaster Neo Sports signed a three-year deal, from 2011 to 2013, for the Badminton World Federation World Superseries, with the global rights-holder, the Malaysia-based Total…

Multi Channels Asia hoping to ride Asian economic growth and establish a niche

Badminton: The Badminton World Federation, badminton’s governing body, signed a three-year deal, from 2011 to 2013, with IMG Media for the global exploitation of all media rights for the BWF's major e…