As Brazil delivers increased audiences for the Fifa Confederations Cup in Europe’s big five markets, Pauline McVey, analyst for SportBusiness Intelligence, runs the numbers T

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Fifa defends its attack on UK listed-events law after defeat in the European Court of Justice

Euroleague deal points to life in Greek market

Sky pays more for World Cup in New Zealand

Germany’s RTL snatches national team qualifier matches from under the nose of ARD/ZDF

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Editor Frank Dunne previews the latest edition of TV Sports Markets

Big increase for value of Fifa World Cup rights in Vietnam in deal with MP & Silva agency

Spanish market proving difficult for sellers of the rights to the Fifa World Cup and French Open tennis

Editor Frank Dunne previews the latest edition of TV Sports Markets

Fifa’s 2010 World Cup European tender in three separate packages

Fifa and Uefa have taken on board the convergence of technologies

The joint venture of Dentsu and Infront will be banking heavily on getting good revenue from China.

France, Italy, UK and Nordic region the only European territories covered so far.

Fifa agreed to sell World Cup rights for 2010 and 2014 to Australian public-service broadcaster SBS for only two-thirds the amount it could have got.

The International Olympic Committee in major dispute with US television network ABC