Uruguay

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Uruguay’s top two clubs have signed a contract extension with long-term rights-holder Tenfield until 2025, after a two-year holdout.

Lagardère Sports and Mediapro deals illustrate the inroads international agencies continue to make in the Latin American sports-rights market.

Olympics deal part of Slim plan to expand media empire in Latin America through top sport

Traffic v Full Play - peace in our time?

New Conmebol event could become replacement for Copa; Why the US is the perfect host

The Uruguayan Football Association (AUF) and the Tenfield agency have reached a deal which will see every match from the country’s top flight broadcast for the remainder of the season.

The Tenfield agency is said to have reached an agreement with the Uruguayan Football Association (AUF) to make a rights payment due in June for rights to club competitions, amid financial pressures caused…

The Uruguayan Football Association (AUF) has urged the Tenfield agency to meet its latest payment after it failed to make a deadline of April 30 to settle the latest instalment for broadcast rights to…

The Uruguayan Football Federation (AUF) has received two bids for the domestic broadcast rights to its national team’s qualifying games for the 2022 World Cup, according to media reports in the country.

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Klefer bags key Brazil rights

Serie A makes the most of heated Latin American market

Federation gives up control of club rights to leave Tenfield in limbo over improved offer

Traffic fails with first injunction but pushes on with Copa sales

Concacaf stuck in neutral as deals wait...Bernie in the driving seat...Fresh joint bid in Colombia...Full steam ahead for Full Play

Football: Fifa, football’s world governing body, agreed deals with pan-European broadcaster Eurosport and US network Fox for rights to the Club World Cup.

Wanted: French home for acquisitive Al Jazeera... Eredivisie Live battling for content... SPL plays safe with Sky and ESPN... Conmebol confirms Full Play deal

Mexico deal takes IOC over the $100m mark in Latin America

Rights fee increases for Uefa in the US and Caribbean

Full Play produces letter from Conmebol to back up claim to have Copa America rights

Federation earns big increase as agencies renew national team rights.

Pay TV growth in South America's fourth-largest economy has local analysts predicting a big pay-day for domestic football.

Venezuelan broadcasters expect to pay $4.5 million for World Cup qualifiers ... Uruguayan qualifiers tender a battle between Full Play/Tenfield and Traffic

Uefa looks to conclude Euro 2012 talks with BBC and ITV, accepting that there will be no changes to UK listed events legislation before 2012.

Big increases in the US and Japan the highlights of a successful round of sales for Traffic Sports.

A Latin American deal for the next two football World Cups in 2010 and 2014 may have to be renegotiated, with local broadcasters struggling to meet rights fee payments against the background of global recession.

Argentinian television is getting a more realistic attitude from foreign rights-holders, according to the TyC Sports cable channel

Football: Austrian public-service broadcaster ORF acquired the rights for all 31 matches of the Euro 2008 tournament in a deal worth €10m (£7m). 

Some larger clubs in favour of breaking with traditional broadcast partner, despite threat of legal action