DAZN (Italy)

The value of the rights to second- and third-tier properties in Italy is enjoying a mini-boom in the wake of DAZN’s acquisition in March of the main live rights to Serie A for the next three seasons. Faced with the loss of its key property, Sky is fighting back, renewing deals with MotoGP and the Bundesliga and snatching rights currently held by DAZN, such as Serie B and Ligue 1.

Lega Serie A, the governing body of the top division of Italian club football, has postponed its decision on the award of a second package of live domestic broadcast rights as it awaits the outcome of…

Italian pay-television broadcaster Sky Italia has moved to block the recent award of domestic Serie A broadcast rights to DAZN, the subscription streaming broadcaster, in an appeal lodged with a Milan…

DAZN Group, the global sports subscription service and media company, will make money on its investment in domestic Serie A rights, according to co-chief executive James Rushton, who claims that Italy…

Lega Serie A, the governing body of the top division of Italian club football, has said it will launch a new tender process for its final package of domestic rights after an improved offer from pay-television…

DAZN, the multi-platform subscription broadcaster, has said there is no chance of a sublicensing deal being struck with pay-television broadcaster Sky Italia for Italian Serie A football rights, but a…

DAZN, the multi-platform subscription broadcaster, has secured the bulk of domestic rights to Italy’s Serie A from 2021-22 to 2023-24 after finally receiving the necessary backing from clubs.

Italian Serie A football clubs will convene again on Friday after once again failing to find the necessary majority to back a domestic rights deal from 2021-22 to 2023-24 with DAZN, the multi-platform…

Italian Serie A football clubs have once again failed to reach a consensus on the allocation of domestic broadcast rights for the 2021-24 cycle

Italy’s Serie A clubs are to convene again next week after an assembly meeting today (Thursday) failed to provide a consensus on allocating the domestic broadcast rights for the 2021-24 cycle.

Domestic rights to Italian football’s Serie A for the 2021-24 cycle remain unawarded after a vote of clubs today during an assembly meeting of the league.

DAZN, the OTT subscription broadcaster, has defended the availability of its potential Serie A output during the 2021-24 cycle after rival bidder Sky Italia, the pay-television broadcaster, wrote to the…

Telecom Italia (TIM) has clarified the nature of its support for DAZN’s bid for domestic Serie A rights as it emerged that the Italian telecoms operator would cover around 40 per cent of the proposed r…

Italian football’s Lega Serie A has postponed a vote on the award of its domestic broadcast rights from 2021-22 to 2023-24 with bids from incumbent rights-holders DAZN and Sky Italia still under consideration.

Italian football’s Lega Serie A is to hold a meeting on Thursday to discuss the award of its domestic broadcast rights from 2021-22 to 2023-24 after clubs decided against holding a vote last night.

The bid deadline for broadcast rights to Serie A in the Middle East and North Africa has been pushed back by two weeks and will now fall at 10am (CET) on February 15

Italian football’s Lega Serie A is to engage in private negotiations with companies interested in domestic broadcast rights after the first-round bid deadline in its invitation to tender passed on Thursday m…