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Features

Deutsche Telekom’s surprise deal for exclusive domestic basketball rights in Germany last week is small in value but potentially rich in significance.

Interview with William Field, founder of Prospero, the media and technology consultancy, on the return of telcos to the sports-rights market.

Sky, BT and the BBC all posted positive viewing figures for the 2013-14 English Premier League season. For live coverage, pay-television broadcaster BSkyB recorded its second-best season ever, while telecommunications company BT posted figures well in excess of those achieved by previous Premier League broadcasters ESPN and Setanta ...

The UK rights to the Top 14, French rugby union’s top league, enjoyed a strong increase in value in last week’s deal with pay-television broadcaster BSkyB.

The ICC’s ambitious income target for its next cycle of media rights sales

Clubs are real winners from BT-Sky sharing deal for European rugby

Formula E: a smart investment or the latest motorsport flop?

Sky misses Bundesliga but picks up Eredivisie

News UK adds top rugby clips for its stable of newspapers

Big-hitting BSkyB lands two more cricket deals to keep BT at bay

Sky keeps BT at arm’s length with seven long-term rights deals

NBA wants one home in the UK

Eurosport set to tie up French Open in long-term deal to cement its grip on grand slam tennis

Mike Kiernan, analyst for SportBusiness Intelligence, examines BT Sport’s audiences for its flagship domestic properties, football’s Premier League and rugby union’s Premiership BT Sp

Interview with Hugh Roberts, owner of the SweetSpot Group, on retaining its contract to act as event host of the Tour of Britain.