All England Lawn Tennis Club (AELTC)
Both deals were completed in private negotiations without extensive discussions with other broadcasters in the respective territories.
James Ralley, head of marketing, commercial and hospitality at the All England Lawn Tennis & Croquet Club (AELTC), has been recruited as the new head of broadcast and media rights at the English Football…
The All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club (AELTC), organiser and commercial rights-holder of the Wimbledon grand slam, has extended its agreement for media rights to the tournament with UK public-service…
The All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club (AELTC), organiser of the Wimbledon Championships tennis Grand Slam, has appointed former IMG and Universal Music Group executive Gus Henderson as its new commercial…
Pay-television broadcaster Sky New Zealand has agreed a multi-year rights deal for the Wimbledon grand slam tennis championships
Australian free-to-air broadcaster Nine and its new subscription streaming service Stan Sport have secured three-year deals to broadcast the Wimbledon and French Open Grand Slam tennis tournaments from…
International media group Discovery streamlined its portfolio of Wimbledon rights in its latest multi-territory European deal to align with its ATP Tour holdings across the continent.
Discovery-owned international sports broadcaster Eurosport has secured rights to Wimbledon in the Czech Republic and Slovakia for the first time as part of a new deal encompassing 11 European markets
Saran Media has leveraged its long-standing relationship with the All England Lawn Tennis Club to extend its deal for Wimbledon rights in Turkey and Central Asia.
Greek pay-television broadcaster Nova has paid over a 10-per-cent increase to secure a three-year extension for the rights to grand slam tennis tournament Wimbledon.
Saran Media, the Turkish media-rights agency, has extended its contract for the rights to tennis Grand Slam tournament Wimbledon for a further two years in a deal covering 13 territories
The All England Lawn Tennis Club, which is the rights-holder of the Wimbledon tennis grand slam, has become the latest sporting body to call for pressure to be increased on Saudi authorities concerning…
Danish commercial broadcaster TV2 has acquired rights to the Wimbledon tennis grand slam in a four-year deal beginning this year, replacing the Nordic Entertainment (Nent) Group
The value of Wimbledon rights in the DACH region will increase significantly in the next cycle after incumbent rights-holder Sky Deutschland faced down strong competition to retain them
German pay-television broadcaster Sky Deutschland has reached an agreement with the All England Lawn Tennis Club to extend its coverage of Wimbledon until 2022
Pay-television platform Sky Italia and Perform Group’s OTT service DAZN will probably both be happy with the outcome of an intense period of rights negotiations in Italy.