Papua New Guinea

Indonesian media group MNC has acquired rights for Asian Football Confederation events in the 2021 to 2024 period, the first deal of the new sales cycle being conducted by the DDMC Fortis agency

Pay-television broadcaster Sky New Zealand, Australian commercial broadcaster Seven and Papua New Guinea-based commercial station EMTV have acquired rights to this year’s Women’s Rugby League World Cup.

New Zealand’s uncompetitive media-rights market made life difficult for IMG’s sale of Rugby League World Cup rights.

Cricket Australia has signed rights deals in Fiji and Papua New Guinea for its national teams’ games and domestic Twenty20 competition the Big Bash League.

Telecommunications company Digicel has reportedly announced that it has acquired rights in Papua New Guinea for the National Rugby League, the top division of rugby league in Australia.

Media company CSI Sports, the owner of Fight Sports, has struck carriage deals for the pay-television channel in Finland, Indonesia and Papua New Guinea.

The Oceania Football Confederation has awarded media rights to Papua New Guinea media company Telikom PNG.

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

Pacific Islands provide roundabout route to Zurich

ESS adds Sri Lanka Premier League to boost reach of Star Cricket channel

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.

ESPN Star Sports wins La Liga rights after aggressive bid but could still split in the next 12 months

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…