Channel 4

Everyone TV, the organisation which runs free TV in the UK and is jointly owned by the BBC, ITV, Channel 4 and Channel 5, has unveiled plans for a new streaming service which aims to help ensure public-service television is sustained into the future.

England’s final against Spain in the Uefa European under-21 Championship tomorrow (Saturday) will be shown live in the UK by a major free-to-air broadcaster after Channel 4 finalised a rights agreement.

Channel 4 has extended its Formula 1 sublicensing agreement with pay-television operator Sky for a further three years, granting the UK free-to-air broadcaster live rights to the British Grand Prix and…

The IMG agency has agreed a two-year extension to its contract to produce UK free-to-air broadcaster Channel 4’s coverage of England men’s Uefa Nations League football matches, European Qualifiers and…

UK free-to-air broadcaster Channel 4 has welcomed the confirmation today (Thursday) that the government will pursue reform rather than privatisation of the organisation

UK Culture Secretary Michelle Donelan has written to Prime Minister Rishi Sunak advising against the privatisation of free-to-air broadcaster Channel 4

The UK government has today (Tuesday) launched a review into whether its free-to-air ‘listed events’ rules should be reformed to accommodate changes in the broadcast and consumption of major sporting eve…

Pay-television broadcaster Sky has announced a deal with Channel 4 that will see live coverage of the 2022 ICC Men’s T20 World Cup final simulcast on the free-to-air broadcaster’s eponymous channel.

UK free-to-air broadcaster Channel 4 has agreed a one-season extension to its Formula 1 sublicensing deal with pay-television broadcaster Sky

Formula E’s latest media rights deal in the UK demonstrates that, at present, sponsorship and hosting fees remain the primary sources of revenue for the electric open-wheel racing series.

The IMG agency is to produce Channel 4’s live UK coverage of England’s forthcoming Uefa Nations League matches.

The W Series will receive its first UK rights fee from Sky Sports in a new three-year deal, moving the series to pay-television after an exposure-focused deal with Channel 4 last year.

Channel 4 took advantage of a lack of interest from incumbents to secure rights to the Uefa Euro 2024 qualifiers and 2022-23 Nations League matches of the England men’s national football team

Free-to-air broadcaster Channel 4 has offered details of its alternative plan to privatisation, including the sale of its London headquarters and doubling its number of staff working outside the UK capital

Free-to-air broadcaster Channel 4 has won rights to England’s qualifying matches for the 2024 Uefa European Championship and Uefa Nations League matches, dislodging incumbent rights-holders ITV and Sky.

The UK government is pursuing alterations to the country’s listed events legislation to ensure that streaming rights are protected in future sports rights agreements.

The W Series has secured a three-year broadcast rights deal with pay-television broadcaster Sky that represents the women’s motor racing championship’s largest media rights deal to date.

Channel 4 has hit out at the UK Government’s decision to press ahead with plans to privatise the commercial broadcaster.