The sale of broadcast rights to Uefa club competitions during the 2021-24 cycle has begun in four Asian territories, including Korea

Mongolian telco Unitel has acquired the media rights in the country to Asian Football Confederation competitions for the 2021-24 cycle

Uefa and its sales agent, CAA Eleven, have finalised multiple deals for national-team media rights around the world with the Nations League to begin this evening (September 6), TV Sports Markets understands.

The Infront agency has already exceeded its guarantee to Fifa for rights to the 2018 and 2022 World Cups across Asia with rights to the 2022 tournament still to sell in all but its most-valuable market, China, TV Sports Markets understands.

US wrestling organisation WWE has extended its broadcast rights deal with South Korean agency IB Sports, and secured its first partnership in Mongolia.

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Uefa, European football’s governing body, agreed deals in a number of territories in Asia and Oceania for rights to this summer’s Euro 2012 tournament.

Japan's potential forced withdrawal from Copa America casts doubt over value of Traffic's already-agreed broadcast deal in the country.

Football: Uefa, European football’s governing body, agreed a number of deals for the Euro 2012 and Euro 2016 tournaments.

Football: Bulgarian free-to-air broadcaster TV2 acquired the rights for Bulgaria’s domestic top-tier A league in a five-year deal, from 2009-10 to 2013-14, worth a reported €30m (£23m). Fo

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…