Canal Plus (France)

Pay-television broadcaster beIN Sports has taken legal action to force Canal Plus to honour the €332m ($392m) Ligue 1 sublicensing deal between the parties.

The row over the value of broadcast rights to French football’s Ligue 1 shows no signs of abating just weeks before the new season begins, after pay-television broadcaster Canal Plus signalled its intention t…

French pay-television broadcaster Canal Plus has acquired rights to the forthcoming heavyweight bout between Tyson Fury and Deontay Wilder

Pay-television broadcaster beIN Sports is pondering its response to Canal Plus’ insistence that it will no longer show Ligue 1 matches in France.

Canal Plus, the French pay-television broadcaster, netted an audience of 1.02 million subscribers for live coverage of Formula 1’s French Grand Prix yesterday (Sunday) afternoon.

The president of the French Professional Football League (LFP) has called on pay-television broadcaster Canal Plus to show “common sense” after the latter decided to cease coverage of Ligue 1 matches in …

Pay-television broadcaster beIN Sports has yet to decide on a response to Canal Plus’ insistence that it will no longer show Ligue 1 matches after the decision by the French Professional Football League (…

Maxime Saada, chief executive of Canal Plus, has said the French pay-television broadcaster will stand firm after pulling out of its agreement to broadcast Ligue 1 football matches following the award…

Online retail giant Amazon has established a stronger foothold in the French marketplace by landing a package of domestic rights to eight Ligue 1 matches per week across the next three seasons after submitting…

Pay-television broadcaster Canal Plus has kept its outlay steady in its renewal of rights in France to Sanzaar competitions from 2021 to 2025.

Pay-television broadcasters beIN Sports and Canal Plus have enhanced their offer to the French Professional Football League (LFP) concerning a new strategy for the broadcast of the domestic club leagues…

France’s Professional Football League (LFP) has won the latest round of an ongoing legal battle with pay-television broadcaster Canal Plus.

The general assembly of the French Professional Football League (LFP) ended a meeting on Thursday without agreement on its broadcast strategy from next season

Maxime Saada, president of French pay-television broadcaster Canal Plus, has reiterated his desire for Ligue 1, the top tier of club football in the country, to become an 18-team competition

French pay-television broadcaster Canal Plus has renewed its rights to top-tier rugby union competitions in the Southern Hemisphere in a new agreement with governing body Sanzaar

Pay-television broadcaster Canal Plus does not intend to acquire rights to all French Ligue 1 matches after its existing, short-term agreement expires at the end of the current season, it has been reported

Pay-television broadcaster Canal Plus has held on to one of its flagship properties in France by retaining rights to French rugby union’s Top 14, paying an increase of about 17 per cent on its previous deal.