European Broadcasting Union (EBU)
The European Broadcasting Union renewed worldwide rights to European Athletics events over four years at a steady rights fee in a deal agreed late last month.
The Vuelta a España cycle race earned a strong increase in media-rights fee from the European Broadcasting Union in a five-year deal finalised late last month.
IMG Events & Media will provide the lion’s share of the Fédération Equestre Internationale’s media-rights income after the governing body this month renewed its deals with long-term partners IMG and the European Broadcasting Union.
The international skiing federation this week welcomed the European Broadcasting Union’s deal in the US for Austrian World Cup skiing events.
Pan-regional broadcaster Eurosport has lost its automatic right to share content acquired by the European Broadcasting Union, the consortium of public-service broadcasters.
The world swimming federation earned a small fee increase in its renewal last week with Japanese commercial broadcaster TV Asahi.
Interview with Peter Hall, Fina’s head of marketing TV, on the federation’s new deal with commercial broadcaster TV Asahi in Japan.
The German Ski Association, the Deutscher Skiverband (DSV), secured a small increase in the value of its media rights outside Germany in a renewal with the Infront Sports & Media agency this week.
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