Scotland

There will be no Scottish football on UK pay-television broadcaster BT Sport from the 2020-21 season, as the Scottish Professional Football League completes its domestic media-rights sales

Pay-television broadcaster Premier Sports will replace rival Sky to broadcast the Scottish Cup alongside BBC Scotland for the next six seasons, from 2018-19 to 2023-24

Eleven Sports’ decision to break one of the golden rules of UK sports broadcasting – the ‘3pm blackout’ – has created a legal quandary that could result in it being scrapped altogether. Eleve

Interview with Andrea Radrizzani, owner of Eleven Sports, on the reasons behind the broadcaster's decision to break the UK's '3pm' blackout rule

The Scottish Professional Football League has today (October 1) launched a tender for its domestic media rights from 2020-21

The Scottish Professional Football League’s international rights deal with Infront is to act as a stop-gap ahead of a global media rights tender set to be issued next month.

UK pay-television broadcaster Sky has held “extremely positive” talks to extend its rights deal with the Scottish Professional Football League, according to the Daily Express.

UK public-service broadcaster the BBC and pay-television broadcaster BT Sport have acquired live, non-exclusive rights to the Scotland national rugby union team’s 2017 autumn Test matches.

Media technology provider Avid has agreed a partnership with Glasgow 2018 ahead of the staging of the inaugural edition of the European Championships multi-sport event.

The Scottish Professional Football League earned an increase of about 18 per cent in a renewed deal with BBC Alba at the end of June