Pay-television broadcaster Arena Sport has acquired European Handball Federation club and national team events across the Balkan region in a new four-year deal
Telco Telekom Romania has made 130 of its sports staff redundant amid months of speculation about parent company Deutsche Telekom's retreat from the Romanian market, according to local media
The Liga Profesionistă de Fotbal, which operates top-tier Romanian football league Liga I, has confirmed a new domestic media-rights agreement with Romanian digital agency EAD, from 2019-20.
International sports broadcaster Eurosport has added to its portfolio of football content in Romania by acquiring rights to the 2019 Copa América.
International sports broadcaster Eurosport has held on to English Premier League rights in Romania, giving it leverage in upcoming carriage negotiations with local pay-television operators
Sports broadcaster Eurosport has agreed a new three-season deal, from 2019-20, with the IMG agency for English Premier League rights in Romania
The English Premier League has increased the value of its rights in 27 territories across Central and Eastern Europe, and Central Asia in two separate deals, after carving out Bulgaria to capitalise on…
Pay-television broadcaster Sportklub has acquired Euroleague Basketball rights as part of a broader deal with the IMG agency
Italy’s Lega Serie A last week announced new deals for its club-competition rights covering a host of markets.
Coverage of the 2018-19 season of the Liga ACB, the top division of basketball in Spain, will be available in 140 countries after the league distributed its rights in-house.
Sports broadcaster Eurosport has had its grip on MotoGP rights across Europe weakened in recent times, despite its renewal of rights in the Netherlands.
Telekom Romania and Digi Sport have continued to acquire premium European football content in Romania this month with deals for rights to Spain’s LaLiga, Italy’s Serie A and Germany’s Bundesliga. T
European football’s governing body Uefa has sealed rights deals with three broadcasters in Romania for club competitions the Champions League and Europa League.
US wrestling organisation WWE has signed a new rights deal in Romania and has unveiled plans for its first all-women’s pay-per-view event.
Growing co-operation in the Romanian broadcast market is likely to keep the value of the country’s top-tier football league flat in a forthcoming deal, TV Sports Markets understands.
The value of Uefa Champions League and Europa League rights will decline slightly in Romania from 2018-19 onward, with telco Telekom Romania, pay-television broadcaster Digi Sport and commercial broadcaster Look TV set to share coverage.