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BeIN-owned Turkish broadcaster Digiturk has presented the Turkish Football Federation with a proposal to drastically alter its deal for rights to the Turkish Süper Lig after a depreciation in local currency caused costs to balloon, SportBusiness Media understands.

Media groups beIN and Saran are seeking to renegotiate their Uefa club competition media rights deals in Turkey, as the further depreciation of the Turkish lira against the euro, dollar and pound has inflated…

BeIN Media Group, which owns Turkish pay-television operator Digiturk, is considering opening its own free-to-air sports channel in the country.

The Turkish Süper Lig’s tender structure has been drastically changed shortly before bids are due on November 21, making incumbent broadcaster Digiturk the clear favourite to renew its rights.

The MP & Silva agency has secured a solid increase in the value of Serie A media rights in Turkey, but will wait to see how the market develops before committing to a deal for more than one season.

Pay-television broadcaster Digiturk has denied claims that it is set to exit its Turkish SuperLig contract, despite allegations from the president of SuperLig team Konyaspor

Turkish pay-television broadcaster Digiturk has acquired rights to the Uefa Champions League and Europa League club football competitions

Turkish pay-television broadcaster Digiturk has secured a court injunction to block live video-streaming service Periscope from being available during top-tier Super Lig football matches in the country

Turkish pay-television operator Digiturk has appointed Yousef Al-Obaidly as its new chief executive, following its recent takeover by beIN Media Group.

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Turkish state broadcaster TRT is set to sublicense a package of Euro 2016 matches to pay-television operator Digiturk.

The renewal by Turkish pay-television operator Digiturk’s of its domestic Süper Lig rights was confirmed by the Turkish competition authority, Rekabet Kurumu, in November.

The Euroleague doubled the value of its media rights in Turkey this month as pay-television operator Digiturk ousted incumbent rights-holder, NTV Spor.