German public-service broadcasters ARD and ZDF have acquired rights for the Germany national team’s games at the 2015 EuroBasket men’s international basketball tournament.

Pan-regional pay-television broadcaster DirecTV has secured exclusive broadcast and naming rights to the Liga de las Americas club competition in a deal struck with basketball’s world governing body, Fiba.

Italian pay-television operator Sky Italia beat competition from state broadcaster Rai to land the rights to next year’s EuroBasket.

Italian pay-television broadcaster Sky Italia has acquired rights to the EuroBasket 2015 men’s and women’s national team basketball competitions.

The International Basketball Federation (Fiba) expects the strong engagement with digital coverage of last month’s World Cup in Spain to aid media-rights sales for EuroBasket 2015 and other events.

UK pay-television broadcaster BT Sport agreed a late deal to broadcast the latter stages of the Fiba World Cup for what TV Sports Markets understands was a nominal fee.

The International Basketball Federation (Fiba) has launched a second screen video replay app to enhance coverage of the closing stages of its 2014 World Cup.

Fiba, basketball’s global governing body, has revealed impressive audience figures for host nation Spain’s games so far at the 2014 Basketball World Cup.

Commercial broadcaster Mediaset Spain has agreed a deal with Fiba, basketball’s global governing body, to show live coverage of all remaining games at the ongoing Basketball World Cup in Spain.

Mediaset Spain will be able to show more games from the ongoing Basketball World Cup after fans complained about the commercial broadcaster’s limited coverage of the tournament, which is taking place in Spain.

Italian free-to-air sports broadcaster Sportitalia has vowed to shed its image as a late rights-fee payer, starting with this week’s deal for the 2014 Fiba World Cup.

Sportitalia, the DTT Italian sports broadcaster, has acquired rights for the 2014 FIBA Basketball World Cup.

Australian public-service broadcaster the ABC has agreed a deal with the International Basketball Federation (Fiba) for the rights to the 2014 World Cup and World Championship for Women.

German sports broadcaster Sport1 last month picked up rights to the Fiba World Cup, which takes place in August, in a cash and airtime deal.

The International Basketball Federation (Fiba) has struck a long-term deal with IMG Media for the agency to distribute rights to the governing body’s 3x3 competitions, which feature three players per team.

German sports broadcaster Sport1 has acquired platform-neutral rights from the International Basketball Federation (Fiba) for the 2014 World Cup national team competition.

Fiba nets healthy World Cup increase in Greece despite recession