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England’s Premier League saw its rights in Myanmar tumble in value after renewing with pay-television broadcaster SkyNet.

IOC carves out five more Asian markets to handle in-house and further weaken ABU rights; Frustrated Barton blasts ABU

Vietnam deal closes Asian sales

Skynet pays a high price to keep Forever at arm's length

Serie A values up by a quarter in Asia

Eleven Sports' operation in Myanmar, My Sports, has agreed a partnership with Forever Group to produce and distribute the country's top-tier football league, the Myanmar National League, on the media entertainment…

My Sports, the new service launched by pay-television broadcaster Eleven Sports in Myanmar, has struck an exclusive live rights and production deal with the Myanmar Football Federation

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.

Online streaming service iflix has agreed a partnership with pay-television broadcaster beIN Sports that will deliver live English Premier League and Spanish LaLiga football to its customers in Cambodia,…

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Football: Spanish commercial broadcasters Telecinco and Cuatro acquired the rights to Euro 2012 from Uefa, European football’s governing body. The deal is worth just less than €65m ($92.3m)

Uefa enjoys big increases for its Champions League and Europa League rights in Asia

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

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) - …