North American Major League Soccer club the New York Red Bulls has signed a multi-year extension to its local rights partnership with MSG Networks, the pay-television channel owned by Madison Square Garden Company.
Madison Square Garden Company, which owns US regional pay-television channels MSG Network and MSG Plus along with major league franchises the New York Knicks and the New York Rangers, has approved a spin-off of its sports and entertainment businesses from its media division.
North American pay-television broadcaster One World Sports has renewed its agreement to serve as the exclusive television partner of the New York Cosmos US football team.
Major League Soccer expansion franchise New York City FC has announced a multi-year agreement to make regional pay-television sports broadcaster Yes Network its exclusive local television partner ahead of its 2015 debut in the North American club football competition.
Madison Square Garden Company, which owns US regional pay-television channels MSG Network and MSG Plus, along with major league franchises the New York Knicks and the New York Rangers, has proposed to spin-off its media and sports businesses from its entertainment division.
The athletics division of US college Syracuse University has signed a new multi-year multimedia rights deal with IMG after last month electing to break its contract with the agency in favour of seeking a more lucrative agreement.
The IMG and William Morris Endeavor agencies have appointed Greg D’Alba as president of global sales and marketing.
US pay-television broadcaster One World Sports has extended and expanded its partnership with the New York Cosmos football club.
Major League Soccer club the New York Red Bulls has agreed a multi-year extension to its regional rights partnership with MSG Networks, the pay-television channel owned by New York sports venue Madison Square Garden.
US cable-television operator Time Warner Cable Sports has agreed a three-year regional television deal with college sports’ Mid-American Conference.
US regional pay-television channel Yes Network has agreed a multi-year deal with Manchester City to televise games featuring the English Premier League football club on a tape delay basis.