Social media platform Facebook has renewed a sublicensing agreement with pay-television broadcaster Fox Sports for coverage of the South American Football Confederation’s (Conmebol) Copa Libertadores c…
Social media company Facebook has enhanced its position in the football market by agreeing content deals with 11 of the leading football clubs in Brazil
Major League Soccer is partnering with social media platform Facebook to bring highlights packages to Facebook Watch in 2020
The PGA Tour has announced an expansive agreement with Facebook to distribute daily highlight packages globally on Facebook Watch in 2020, starting at this week’s Farmers Insurance Open.
Mixed martial arts promotion the Ultimate Fighting Championship has agreed a fresh content agreement with social media platform Facebook designed to showcase its pay-per-view broadcasts
Spanish LaLiga football club Real Madrid has launched a subscription-based service on social media platform Facebook
Facebook is exclusively live streaming in the US all 32 games from the World Baseball Softball Confederation's 2019 Premier12 national team baseball tournament, which started on Saturday in Mexico
The Italian Rugby Federation (FIR) has reached an agreement with social media platform Facebook to stream coverage of the Top12, the top tier of the club game in the country
The World Squash Federation’s 2019 Men’s World Team Championship will be broadcast live across the globe through an agreement between tournament host Squash On Fire, the WSF and SquashTV, the broadcasting arm…
World Snooker has broadened its association with social media platform Facebook by announcing that a number of its major events will this season be streamed free to fans in India via Facebook Live
The International Cricket Council has announced an exclusive four-year digital rights agreement in the Indian subcontinent with social media giant Facebook
One-year deal involves streaming exclusive versions of popular non-game ESPN programs such as College Game Day,
Facebook Watch-oriented deal continues tie between the most popular US pro sports league and the world's largest social media portal
US-based multi-platform sports network Stadium has revealed its college American football schedule for the new season, with 15 games to be available exclusively via social media platform Facebook
After two failed negotiations in an uncompetitive environment, the English Premier League has completed a deal in Thailand, Cambodia and Laos with pay-television broadcaster TrueVisions that will see the value of its rights halve.
Peter Hutton talks about Facebook Watch's recent performance, partnership agreements, and the ‘experimental’ purpose of its traditional rights deals.
Social media giant Facebook’s challenges around its Copa Libertadores coverage in Latin America have convinced it that non-exclusive rights models form “one of the best ways” of breaking into markets where entrenched viewing habits restrict the potential for exclusive rights to grow engagement with the platform.