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.
TVR is in the process of completing its deal for rights to the 2018 and 2020 Olympic Games in Romania.
Laola1.tv is not paying an upfront fee to MP & Silva for German Bundesliga rights in the Nordics and Romania, with the two hoping to earn revenue from sponsorship and advertising.
Sports and betting-related services company Sportradar has agreed a deal to stream live coverage of German football’s Bundesliga in Denmark, Finland, Norway and Sweden in the Nordics, as well as Romania.
Uefa secured increases for various national-team media rights in recent deals covering France, Ireland and Romania.
Romanian pay-television broadcaster Dolce Sport has rebranded as Telekom Sport.
Romanian commercial broadcaster Pro TV has acquired rights in the country to a host of national team events organised by Uefa, the governing body of European football.
Romania’s anti-corruption authority, the DNA, is set to bring criminal charges against a subsidiary of telecommunications company RCS-RDS.