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Broadcast rights to Italian football’s Coppa Italia and Supercoppa Italiana from 2021-22 to 2023-24 have been acquired by a string of agencies and broadcasters in different international markets.

Team Marketing has initiated the broadcast rights sales process for the Uefa club competitions from 2021-22 to 2023-24 in Canada and an array of countries and territories in Southeast Asia

Chinese streaming platform and internet giant Tencent has announced its first major sports media rights deal covering territories outside its home market, with a three-year deal for Major League Baseball…

Pay-television broadcaster beIN Media Group has acquired rights to broadcast highlights of the 2021 Polo Rider Cup, a polo event to be held in Chantilly on the outskirts of Paris

Chinese tech giant Tencent has agreed a collaboration with Thai media company Zense Entertainment to create an app to deliver live streaming match coverage and other content from Thai football

A pool of six free-to-air Thai channels are to broadcast live coverage of Tokyo’s rescheduled 2020 Olympics after details were announced at a press conference in Thailand.

Varavuth Jentanakul, founder and chief executive of Thai media company Zense Entertainment, explains the story behind his company’s landmark eight-year deal for Football Association of Thailand rights.

Wrestling entertainment promoter WWE has secured a new deal in Thailand to broadcast its flagship weekly shows, Raw and SmackDown

Thai media company Zense Entertainment and international broadcaster Eleven Sports are discussing the creation of a linear and digital media platform for Thai domestic football in the wake of Zense’s landmark eight-year rights deal with the Thai FA.

The Football Association of Thailand has officially announced a landmark, long-term media-rights deal with Thai company Zense Entertainment running until 2028, as well as a short-term arrangement with…

Bundesliga International, the league’s international commercial rights arm, has signed off on new broadcast deals in Singapore, South Korea and Thailand ahead of the start of the 2020-21 season on Friday.

Thai government-owned broadcaster NBT will show live coverage of the domestic football league, Thai League 1, from next month, after current rights-holder TrueVisions' deal expires

The Football Association of Thailand is seeking financial support to see it through its current cash flow problems caused by media rights-holder disputes and a lack of sponsorship support

The Football Association of Thailand is refusing to concede to broadcaster TrueVisions' opposition to changes to the Thai league schedule and maintains the season will restart in September

The Football Association of Thailand has called on all relevant parties to find a solution to the rights issue jeopardising the conclusion of Thai League 1

The Football Association of Thailand has written to the country's clubs to ask whether they want to play the remaining games of the 2020 season, and warned that they face a drop in funding due to sponsorship…

Dentsu, the Japanese advertising agency heavily involved in sports marketing, has concluded a number of broadcast deals for the J.League ahead of the Japanese top flight’s resumption on July 4.