Maltese telcos Go and Melita will progress with a long-discussed joint venture after two media-rights deals removed one of its biggest sticking points.
Maltese telcos Melita and Go have cast aside their rivalry in the sports rights market by joining forces to launch what they claim will be the best premium sports package in Europe.
Maltese telecommunications companies Vodafone and Melita have pulled out of a planned merger after failing to gain approval from authorities in Malta.
Maltese telecommunications company Go has given new subscribers to its sports package the option to back out of the plan at no extra cost.
Maltese telecommunications company Go has acquired exclusive rights for football’s English Premier League, English FA Cup knockout tournament and Italian Serie A top division.
The Fox Networks Group division of media company 21st Century Fox has acquired exclusive rights to broadcast all racing from sailing’s 35th America’s Cup in the Netherlands, Turkey, Greece, Cyprus, Malta and Israel.
Maltese telecommunications company Melita has agreed a three-year extension to its rights for the Uefa Europa League club football competition, but has hit out at the current state of the pay-television sports market in the country.
Maltese telecommunications company Go has retained rights for the Uefa Champions League European club football tournament.
Maltese telecommunications company Go has agreed a three-year extension to its broadcast rights deal for the Formula One motor-racing championship.
Uefa, football’s European governing body, will relaunch the sales process for the media rights in the Philippines to the European qualifiers for the Euro 2016 and 2018 Fifa World Cup international football competitions, along with France’s hosting of Euro 2016, on January 7.