MotoGP’s FTA rights fee in Spain has decreased, while its deal with WBD in the US is only for one year as new owner Liberty Media plans F1-style growth in the Americas.

Spanish commercial broadcaster Atresmedia TV has secured free-to-air rights to the MotoGP motorcycling championship for 2024 and 2025, taking over from public broadcaster RTVE

Spanish commercial duo Atresmedia and Mediaset are reported to be the latest broadcasters to shy away from a bid for domestic rights to the Supercopa, following the Spanish Football Federation’s (RFEF’s) dec…

Commercial free-to-air broadcast groups Mediaset and Atresmedia are set to go head-to-head in a bid to acquire rights in Spain to the 2022 World Cup from the Mediapro agency

Spanish commercial broadcaster Atresmedia has agreed a further rights renewal with wrestling organisation WWE. The duration of the new deal is unknown

An absence of competition in Spain and the Indian subcontinent has seen the value of International Champions Cup rights stall in both markets.

LaLiga president Javier Tebas this week described the Spanish league’s new domestic media rights deals as “historic” in terms of income and the completion of the move to collective selling.

The Mediapro agency is to withdraw its Gol T football pay-television channel from Spanish digital-terrestrial television on July 1.

Spanish commercial broadcaster Mediaset was forced to increase its fee to keep the rights for Spanish national team football friendlies in a deal agreed last week following a formal tender ordered by the country’s competition regulator.

Mike Kiernan, analyst for SportBusiness Intelligence, reviews television audiences across the big five markets for the recently concluded Formula One World Championship

Spanish commercial broadcaster Atresmedia has agreed a two-year extension to its rights deal with US wrestling organisation the WWE.

Uefa earned a strong increase in its Champions League rights fee in Spain last week, with most industry insiders believing it had Qatari broadcaster beIN Media Group to thank.

Formula One enjoys big rights fee increase in Latin America deal with Mediapro

Mediapro explains why F1 deal reflects the company’s DNA

Interview with Gerard Romy, managing director of Mediapro, following the company’s Formula One rights deal in Central and South America, and the Caribbean

Prisa stake at the centre of battle for control of Spanish pay-TV market as Canal Plus spends on rights

Mediapro sees margins trimmed but still makes profit on F1 as its sell on the rights in Spain

Mediapro renews F1 deal in Spain but for smaller package

Polish television has agreed a deal for football’s 2006 World Cup after months of negotiations with the Infront agency.