C More (Sweden)
Swedish pay-television broadcaster C More has bolstered its coverage of domestic ice hockey by extending a rights deal with the HockeyAllsvenskan.
Discovery Communications’ ambition to strengthen its market position in the Nordics helped Norway’s football league defy all expectations in the sale of its media rights last week.
Norwegian commercial and pay-television broadcaster TV2 has completed a deal to take over pay-television broadcaster C More’s sports operation in Norway.
International broadcaster Eurosport agreed a spate of rights deals late last week as it continues to invest heavily in locally-relevant content.
The Swedish second-tier ice hockey league, the HockeyAllsvenskan, will earn a decent increase in the value of its media rights in the next cycle, following a deal with C More last month.
Norway’s competition authority, the Konkurransetilsynet, has approved commercial and pay-television broadcaster TV2’s deal to take over pay-television broadcaster C More’s sports operation in the country.
TV2 Norway’s deal to buy the C More pay-television operation in Norway last month was driven by a desire to boost subscriber numbers ahead of the upcoming Premier League auction.
Pan-Nordic pay-television broadcaster C More has signed a six-year exclusive rights deal with golf’s PGA Tour.
Pay-television operator Viasat has struck a carriage deal in Norway with pay-television broadcaster C More.
Norwegian commercial and pay-television broadcaster TV2 has agreed a deal to take over pay-television broadcaster C More’s sports operation in Norway.
Pan-Nordic basic-tier and pay-television broadcaster SBS Discovery has warned that the proposed takeover of Norwegian pay-television broadcaster C More by commercial and pay-television broadcaster TV2 would create a “dominant player in the pay-television market.”
The Bonnier media group has secured full ownership of pay-television broadcaster C More Entertainment, a major broadcaster of sport in Scandinavia.
Interview with Johan Kleberg, chief executive of pay-television operator C More Entertainment, on the broadcaster's financial difficulties and its future sports rights strategy.
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