Scandinavia

An invitation to tender for Danish football’s Pokalen knockout cup competition, covering 2024-25 to 2029-30, has been issued.

Embattled Nordic media giant Viaplay Group has delayed the release of its third-quarter financials, due today (Tuesday), by one month in order to conclude talks with three major shareholders, as well as…

Spring Media, the Sweden-based international sports media agency, has announced the integration of recent acquisitions Athletic Sports Group (ASG) and Hogmore under the Spring Media brand, while Hans Svelander has been appointed as the company’s chief commercial officer.

Swedish public broadcaster SVT has secured highlights rights to the 2024 Paris Olympics, after striking a deal with media group Warner Bros. Discovery

TV4 Media, the Telia-owned broadcasting company, has acquired exclusive rights in Sweden to men's tennis' ATP Tour.

The Infront agency is engaged in talks with multiple broadcasters in Norway about acquiring International Skating Union (ISU) rights after Viaplay decided against renewing its pan-Nordics contract, SportBusiness…

A new global table tennis event featuring some of the sport's leading male and female players, and based loosely on golf's Ryder Cup, is to debut later this year

Viaplay Group continues to dispose of more equity after Norwegian media group Schibsted secured a 10.1-per-cent shareholding in the financially troubled broadcaster. Viaplay has already sold a 6

Viaplay’s share price dropped a further 27.5 per cent last week, its biggest decline since early June when chief executive Anders Jensen resigned amid a worsening financial situation at the subscription streaming and linear broadcaster.

TV2, the commercial broadcaster in Norway, has finally got its hands on men's tennis ATP Tour, acquiring an extensive package of rights in a three-year deal

Fresh off the back of retaining Danish Superliga rights, Viaplay has set its sights on keeping the Uefa Champions League on its screens in Denmark as it plots a path back to profitability

TV2, the government-owned broadcaster in Denmark, and Viaplay have landed domestic media rights to the Danish Superliga in new six-year deals that strengthen the embattled latter's portfolio ahead of any…

Norwegian broadcaster TV2 suffered a deficit of NOK51.7m (€4.6m/$5.1m) in 2022 as the English Premier League disappeared from its schedules following the loss of the rights to pay-TV broadcaster Viaplay.

One of the most intense head-to-head battles in recent years in road cycling had the knock-on effect of producing stellar television ratings for this year’s Tour de France in the three key contributing m…

Chinese media group Shinai Sports has signed a two-year extension to its media rights deal for the Wimbledon tennis grand slam

The European Broadcasting Union’s 12-market deal with DAZN for sublicensed rights to the Uefa Women’s Champions League final includes commitments from public broadcasters in the Nordic countries of Fin…

TV2, the commercial broadcaster in Denmark, will continue to show men's tennis' ATP Tour until the end of the 2026 season, after securing a new rights agreement

The Danish Superliga will not be on the screens of channels owned by Warner Bros. Discovery in Denmark from 2024-25, after the incumbent rights-holder did not submit a bid by the May 10 deadline