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Fifa is the latest rights-holder to benefit from fierce competition in the Nordics as it sealed huge increases for both the 2023 Fifa Women’s World Cup and the men’s World Cup in 2026.

The Elgiganten Ligaen, a Danish Counter-Strike: Global Offensive league, has secured its first media-rights deal in the country, with public-service broadcaster DR. The league’s organiser, Dust2.d

Broadcasters in both Denmark and Sweden pulled in strong audiences for Sunday’s IHF World Men’s Handball Championship final between the two Nordic countries.

Danish government-owned broadcaster TV2 and public-service broadcaster DR have added to their recent high-profile rights acquisitions in a deal to show the 2026 Fifa World Cup

Danish government-owned broadcaster TV2 and public-service broadcaster DR have agreed sub-licensing deals with media company Discovery for rights to the 2022 winter Olympics in Beijing and the 2024 summer…

Danish government-owned broadcaster TV2 has picked up a clean sweep of all rights available in the country from the latest Uefa European Qualifiers, Nations League and European Championship invitation…

Danish public-service broadcaster DR has for the first time acquired a share of live rights to the Danish Cup, the country’s knockout clubs tournament, in a deal with rights-holder Nordic Entertainment (…

Danish public-service broadcaster DR and Discovery Networks Denmark have settled on the split of their exclusive television coverage for next year’s summer Olympic Games in Tokyo, with the former having m…

Nordic Entertainment (Nent) Group has once again blown away competition from Nordic public-service broadcasters for winter sports content, acquiring exclusive rights to International Skating Union events from the Infront agency.

The Danish Superliga has announced on Tuesday a record-breaking domestic rights deals for the 2021-24 cycle with incumbents Nordic Entertainment (Nent) Group, US media group Discovery and public-service…

Danish public-service broadcaster DR has acquired rights to a host of properties this summer, including the Fifa Women’s World Cup, the European Games multi-sport event and the Uefa U-21 European Championship.

Danish commercial broadcaster TV2 has acquired rights to the X Games from 2019, taking over rights from public-service broadcaster DR

Danish state-owned broadcasters DR and TV2 and Icelandic media company Skjarinn have acquired rights for the Uefa Euro 2016 national team football tournament.

Uncertainty remains over the Danish broadcast rights deal for the 2015 Men’s Handball World Championship in Qatar, according to the Mediawatch.dk website.

The Danish Superliga has increased its domestic rights fee despite limited competition by offering its rights for six years – an option opened up by a change in policy by the country’s competition authority.

The European Handball Federation has secured a six-year extension to its television deal in Denmark with public-service broadcaster DR and multi-territory commercial and pay-television broadcaster Modern Times Group.

Danish public-service broadcaster DR has acquired multi-platform rights for coverage of the Denmark U-21 national football team.