Recast, the new direct-to-customer video platform, has secured exclusive rights to stream the inaugural Dafabet African Premier League to UK viewers

Kenyan media company Nation Media Group has acquired a package of free-to-air rights to North American basketball’s NBA.

Kenyan media company The Standard Group has agreed a deal with the Infront agency for free-to-air broadcast rights to the postponed 2020 summer Olympic Games in Tokyo

The TV Media Sport agency has negotiated an exclusive free-to-air deal in Kenya for European football’s rescheduled Euro 2020 championships.

The Kenyan Rugby Union has agreed a new five-year domestic rights deal with media group Mediamax Networks, boosting national coverage

The legality of a seven-season media rights deal between the Football Kenya Federation and pay-television broadcaster StarTimes is being challenged by a group of clubs led by Mathare United chairman Bob…

Sub-Saharan African pay-television broadcaster StarTimes has agreed a long-term deal to broadcast the Kenyan Premier League from the 2020-21 season onwards

Pan-African pay-television broadcaster StarTimes has acquired the rights to US-based Major League Wrestling's weekly flagship show, MLW Fusion

State-run broadcaster the Kenya Broadcasting Corporation (KBC) has obtained free-to-air rights to every game in the upcoming African Cup of Nations (AFCON)

African pay-TV operator StarTimes has reopened negotiations with Kenya’s football authorities over broadcast rights for the country's Premier League and second-tier National Super League.

Kenyan multi-media company The Standard Group has acquired exclusive local rights to broadcast the 2019 Magical Kenya Open, which is being played at Karen Golf and Country Club this week

Kenyan media company Nation Media Group has acquired a package of free-to-air rights to national team football tournament the Fifa World Cup.

Kenyan free-to-air television platform Bamba TV has agreed a deal to become the official broadcast partner of the Kenyan Premier League, the country’s top division of club football.

SuperSport, the pay-television broadcaster that operates in sub-Saharan Africa, has terminated a rights deal with the Kenyan Premier League top-tier domestic club football competition.

Kenyan free-to-air television platform Bamba TV has launched a new 24-hour sports channel in the country.

The MP & Silva agency has gone back into business with the Football Kenya Federation, a year after a deal between the two fell apart amid allegations of forgery, fraud and embezzlement against then-FKF president Sam Nyamweya.

Kenya's competition authority (CAK) has launched an investigation into MultiChoice East Africa, the pay-television business of South African media company Naspers, over its coverage of football.