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The international badminton federation said this week that it has brought in higher television-rights fees and better worldwide exposure for its top events this year.

David Ciclitira, former Chairman of World Sport Group, talked this week about how the financially-troubled agency split into two.

Sony is struggling to conclude sub-licensing deals for the cable and satellite rights for this year’s cricket World Cup in Asia outside India and Nepal.

Indonesia's TV7 the only terrestrial broadcaster to win Premier League rights so far

Rights revenue increases 141 per cent on last round of Asian deals

Football: English football’s Premier League began the sales for its next round of international television rights, covering the three-year period from 2004-05 to 2006-07). 

Rights sales process up and running with auctions in different territories

Football: German sports agency Infront did not take-up its €595m (£412m) option for the Deutsche Fussball Liga rights for the 2004-05 and 2005-06 seasons, failing to reach agreement over price. 

Football: The English Premier League signed deals in Asia, Australia and North America for its live rights for the three seasons from 2007-08 to 2009-10

Pan-Asian broadcaster ESPN Star Sports will have to adapt to a very different world after the latest round of bidding for English football’s Premier League rights.

Football: Indonesian media group Media Nusantara Citra, owner of free-to-air broadcasters RCTI, TPI and Global TV, acquired the rights for Euro 2008, paying between $11m (£5.4m/€7.5m

Football: The England Football Association agreed deals for its international rights covering the fouryear period from 2008-09 to 2011-12, bringing in worldwide revenues of over $300m (£144m/€207m) - …

Football: The German football league, the Deutsche Fussball-Liga, agreed a deal with Leo Kirch that guarantees the 36 Bundesliga clubs a minimum of €575m a season for the six years from 2009-10 to 2014-15. 

Sportfive has agreed deals in key South East Asian markets, including Malaysia and Indonesia

Singapore, Malaysia and the Indian sub-continent and likely to be the next Asian territories to sign television rights deals for football’s World Cup

MP & Silva, Sportfive and Rai Trade agencies estimated to have brought in about €100 million overall for 2007-08 season

Athletics: The Dentsu agency signed a 10-year, €180m (£122m) deal with the International Association of Athletics Federations for the worldwide marketing rights and worldwide television rights outside Eu…

English Premier League to receive £74 million over three years from sale of mobile and internet clip rights

Lack of national representation or medal hopes and rescheduling of events to suit US audiences hits Asian broadcasters' chances of recouping rights outlay