Nine Entertainment and Foxtel have renewed their England and Wales Cricket Board media rights in Australia from 2024 to 2031, SportBusiness understands
Australian pay-television broadcaster Foxtel has secured exclusive Board of Control for Cricket in India rights in a deal brokered by the Pitch International agency, SportBusiness understands
Australia’s free-to-air broadcasters and subscription-based platforms are at loggerheads over reforms to the country’s anti-siphoning legislation concerning digital sports rights, with a consultation process having now closed.
Foxtel’s Main Event channel will become the exclusive home of all pay-per-view UFC events from the start of 2024, bolstering the media group’s position as Australia’s pre-eminent sports broadcaster. P
Major League Cricket has announced a domestic media rights deal with subscription broadcaster Willow TV and a series of international media rights agreements ahead of its inaugural season
Foxtel and SBS secured rights to next month's Netball World Cup amid an absence of competition primarily due to the time difference between Australia and South Africa, where the tournament will be held.
Foxtel, the pay-television broadcaster, and SBS, the public broadcaster, have landed rights in Australia to the upcoming Netball World Cup, which will take place in Cape Town, South Africa
DAZN conducted a successful sales process of its IPL rights in Oceania, with Foxtel paying an uplift on its previous fee in a new five-year deal, although Sky NZ's deal for the 2023 season is a slight decrease.
Pay-television broadcaster Foxtel has renewed its exclusive rights in Australia to the Indian Premier League for five years, from 2023 to 2027
The Australian government has extended the validity of the country’s current ‘anti-siphoning’ list – which dictates sporting events that should be shown on free-to-air television – for a further three yea…
Australian pay-TV broadcaster Foxtel has reported its earnings for the second quarter of the 2023 fiscal year, with streaming subscribers up 25 per cent year-on-year
The 2022-23 season of Australian cricket's Big Bash League is being hailed as a return to form for a competition that had slumped in popularity in recent years
The new South African domestic T20 league, SA20, has secured a promising media rights return in its inaugural season, driven mostly by deals in its domestic market and in India.
Australian pay broadcaster Foxtel has extended its exclusive media rights for Asian Tour golf to cover at least the 2023 season
Australian pay-television broadcaster Foxtel has acquired rights to a new pre-season competition launched by the NRL
Cricket Australia extended its domestic media rights agreements with Foxtel and Seven, opting for the status quo over a move to Paramount ANZ.
Foxtel, the Australian pay-TV broadcaster, has doubled down on its commitment to broadcasting South African cricket in a deal to show all 33 matches from the inaugural edition of the new SA20 franchise…
Cricket Australia has extended its domestic media rights agreements with pay-television operator Foxtel and commercial broadcaster Seven in deals worth a total of A$1.5bn ($1bn/€954.4m) over seven seasons, from 2024-25 to 2030-31.