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South Korean pay-television broadcaster JTBC’s recent acquisition of Olympics Games rights has jolted the country’s sluggish sports media rights market and delivered an unexpectedly strong fee increase for the International Olympic Committee.

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.

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

IMG Media helps US Open land 50 per cent increase in Asian rights

Football: Uefa, European football’s governing body agreed deals in Germany and Austria for the Champions League, Europa League and Super Cup for the period 2012-13 to 2014-15.

South Korean pay-television broadcaster JTBC has acquired rights to the Olympic Games for 2026 to 2032, ending the ‘Korea Pool’'s traditional hold on the property.

South Korean pay-television broadcaster JTBC may be close to a deal with the International Olympic Committee about broadcast rights, potentially including a momentous 2032 Olympics jointly hosted by North…

North Korean state broadcaster Korean Central Television has agreed a deal to show games from the Bundesliga, the German football league, from the middle of this month, according to the German edition…

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Football: The Asia-Pacific Broadcasting Union (ABU) acquired the rights for the 2010 Fifa World Cup in six countries - Uzbekistan, Laos, Kyrgyzstan, Timor Leste, Tajikistan and Turkmenistan – in a deal w…

The value of the Spanish league’s international rights for the three years starting this season has increased on the last, thanks to the big-player signings made by Real Madrid (Zidane, Figo and Beckham) a…

Football:  German pay-television broadcaster Premiere acquired the rights for German football’s Bundesliga for the next two seasons paying €355m (£235 million) – €175m for 2004-05 and €180m for 2005-06…

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) - …