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MP & Silva, Sportfive and Rai Trade agencies estimated to have brought in about €100 million overall for 2007-08 season

Athletics: The Dentsu agency signed a 10-year, €180m (£122m) deal with the International Association of Athletics Federations for the worldwide marketing rights and worldwide television rights outside Eu…

English Premier League to receive £74 million over three years from sale of mobile and internet clip rights

Lack of national representation or medal hopes and rescheduling of events to suit US audiences hits Asian broadcasters' chances of recouping rights outlay

SingTel plans to launch a pay-television service at the end of the year.

Goal now has strategic partnerships in three of the five key South and South East Asian markets

Tennis: US network NBC and cable broadcaster ESPN are set to acquire the rights for the Wimbledon tournament in two separate four-year deals, 2008 to 2011

Formula One: French commercial broadcaster TF1 renewed its deal for Formula One, paying a significant increase.

Pan-Asian broadcaster in tough talks over continued distribution of its channels in Thailand, following loss of English Premier League football rights to UBC

The English Premier League looks set to boost the sale of its international rights in Asia.

Horseracing: Australian free-to-air broadcaster Nine Network acquired live rights to 13 premier race meetings in 2007 from  the Australian Racing Board, which brokered the deal through TVN, owners of …

Public-service broadcaster MediaCorp agreed to pay its share of rights fees for the Melbourne Commonwealth Games, two days into the event.