Barcelona has sealed a partnership with Twitter that will allow the Spanish LaLiga football club to expand its presence on the social media website.
Spanish Liga football club Barcelona has launched a subscription-based video-on-demand service.
Spanish club Barcelona said this week that the planned return to collective selling would help La Liga to eventually match or exceed the media-rights income of Italy’s Serie A, but that it would require the country’s pay-television industry to be much stronger.
Telecommunications company Telefónica has dislodged the Mediapro agency as Barcelona’s official rights-holder for the 2015-16 season, the Spanish Liga club has announced.
Barcelona will hold a board meeting on January 26 at which talks will be held over telecommunications company Telefónica’s bid to acquire the Spanish Liga football club’s broadcast rights.
Telefónica’s acquisition of all rights to two Primera Liga clubs, and its bid to acquire the rights to Spanish giant Barcelona, are aimed at strengthening the telco’s position ahead of changes in the domestic broadcast market.
Mediapro is in talks with Spanish Liga football club Barcelona over a new media-rights deal, according to the agency’s president, Jaume Roures.
Spanish top-tier Liga football club Barcelona has launched a new channel on video-sharing website Vine.
Mexican mobile entertainment provider Binbit has agreed a three-year deal with Barcelona for the exclusive mobile distribution rights across 40 countries to the Spanish Liga football club’s digital content.
Spanish Liga football club Barcelona has agreed a content distribution deal with video-sharing website Dailymotion.
The collective sale of media rights in La Liga, the top division of Spanish football, is likely to be introduced ahead of the 2016-17 season, according to Josep Maria Bartomeu, the president of top club Barcelona.
Spanish commercial broadcaster Atresmedia has acquired rights for pre-season friendly matches featuring top-tier Liga football club Barcelona.