Amaury Sport Organisation (ASO)
Amaury Sport Organisation has increased the value of its Tour de France media rights across Europe by just under 20 per cent following a renewal with the European Broadcasting Union this month.
Amaury Sport Organisation secured a small increase in the value of its domestic rights, including the Tour de France, in last month’s five-year renewal with France Télévisions.
Mike Kiernan, analyst for SportBusiness Intelligence, examines television audiences for the 2015 Tour de France
The Vuelta a España cycle race earned a strong increase in media-rights fee from the European Broadcasting Union in a five-year deal finalised late last month.
German public-service broadcaster ARD will return to broadcasting the Tour de France cycle race in 2015 after agreeing a two-year deal earlier this month for substantially less than the old rights fee in Germany.
Eurosport France, the French arm of the pan-regional broadcaster, has renewed its non-exclusive domestic rights to cycling’s Tour de France.
Mike Kiernan, Analyst for SportBusiness Intelligence, looks at audiences in key European markets for the 2014 Tour de France
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