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Eredivisie Media & Marketing renewed its deal with NOS for highlights to Dutch football’s top tier for the same fee due to the wide exposure the broadcaster guarantees.

The Dutch Eredivisie has earned a steady increase in the value of its international media rights after renewing its long-standing deal with IMG earlier this month.

The Spanish football league outlined plans to launch its own channel in 2016 at a panel discussion chaired by TV Sports Markets this month at Sportel in Monaco.

Pay-television broadcaster Canal Plus beat competition from main rival beIN Sports to pick up third-party European Qualifier football rights in France earlier this month.

Dutch commercial broadcaster SBS this week bought rights to friendly matches of the Dutch national football team from Fox International Channels, in a sublicensing deal which is thought to cover the cost of Fox’s initial deal for the rights.

There will be a new kick-off time in the Dutch Eredivisie next season at the request of the league domestic rights-holder, pay television broadcaster Fox Sports

The 18 clubs in the Eredivisie, the Netherlands’ top football division, have reached an agreement on the distribution of the media-rights fees for the 2019-20 season.

The Dutch government has extended a ban on major public events until September 1 in a move that effectively ends the 2019-20 season of football’s Eredivisie.

Pay-television broadcaster Fox Sports has agreed to pay the final fee instalment for the Dutch Eredivisie football league despite the continued suspension of fixtures due to the Covid-19 pandemic

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