Australian commercial broadcaster Seven is paying a high price in its deal for the Olympic Games of 2016, 2018 and 2020, local media-rights experts say, but the broadcaster will view the deal as a good investment for a number of reasons.

The ICC’s ambitious income target for its next cycle of media rights sales

Eurosport deal helps international table tennis federation in push beyond Asian heartland

Mike Kiernan, analyst for SportBusiness Intelligence, reviews the most-watched events of 2013 across 10 of the world’s biggest media markets E

Sky poised to land all 2015 Rugby World Cup rights in New Zealand, experts say

EBU deal with US ski federation will increase exposure for ski events in the country

In its deal agreed last month for its rights in Australia, the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) achieved a 30-per-cent fee increase, TV Sports Markets understands

Serie A switch in Australia leaves Fox Sports fuming

Sky picks up Olympics at a discount in New Zealand

Fox loses more sport to the networks in Australia

Ten picks up Champions League T20 rights for a song

Sky pays more for World Cup in New Zealand

Sky's grip on New Zealand sports-rights market looks set to be broken by arrival of aggressive new entrant Coliseum

Why Premiership Rugby looked no further than 'expert' partner Pitch for its international sales contract

Fiba, Euroleague and other basketball rights-holders pool rights for B2C web offering

Network Ten buys rights to Sochi winter Games but its real target is Rio 2016