The Wimbledon Championships will once again be absent from television screens in Russia this year, as a result of the country's illegal invasion of Ukraine
Gazprom Media-owned broadcaster Match TV has been awarded broadcast rights in Russia to Spain’s Copa del Rey and the Spanish Super Cup in a five-year deal.
Western countries have reiterated calls for international sports federations to suspend Russian and Belarusian athletes from competing in their events amid the ongoing conflict in Ukraine
The English Premier League has suspended its six-season media rights agreement with Russian broadcaster Match TV as the fallout from Russia's invasion of Ukraine looks set to continue into the 2022-23…
Match TV ceased broadcast of its second German Bundesliga football match this month at the weekend, due to messages displayed in the stadium concerning Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.
Lega Serie A, the governing body for the top division of Italian club football, has said that the competition will continue to be shown in Russia despite the country’s invasion of Ukraine.
Euroleague Basketball’s new deal with Okko is set to almost treble the competition’s media rights value in Russia, but the agreement’s commencement will likely depend on a swift conclusion of the war in Ukraine.
Though the global sports industry’s response has been far from unanimous, several rights-holders have taken a view that cancelling or postponing broadcast deals with Russian companies is either morally correct or the safest PR move.
Match TV, the Gazprom Media-owned Russian broadcaster, has lost access to more football content after its deals to show the Scottish Premiership and Scottish Cup were suspended
Formula 1 has terminated its rights agreement with Match TV in Russia following the country’s invasion of Ukraine, the Gazprom Media-owned broadcaster has announced.
Media group Discovery has suspended its operations in Russia, adding to the growing number of corporations withdrawing from the country owing to its invasion of Ukraine
The English Premier League and English Football League have suspended their media rights agreements with Russian broadcasters following the Russian military invasion of Ukraine
France’s Professional Football League (LFP) has suspended its contract with Match TV, the organisation’s media rights partner in Russia.
Brazilian media group Bandeirantes has suspended its coverage of the Russian Premier League
World Wrestling Entertainment has terminated its rights agreement with Gazprom Media-owned free-to-air and pay-television broadcaster Match TV following Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.
LaLiga has no immediate plans to end its broadcast deal in Russia and will instead try to convey messages to viewers in the country that the Spanish league is firmly opposed to the Russian invasion of…
The Premier League is “very closely” considering suspending or terminating its media rights deals with Russian broadcasters following the Russian invasion of Ukraine.