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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.

Clubs are real winners from BT-Sky sharing deal for European rugby

Interview round up from SPORTELAsia on building a successful sports brand in Asia

French handball league is latest winner from pay-TV battle

More exclusivity for Eurosport in new domestic French Open deal

Interview with Jean-Thierry Augustin, chief executive of Eurosport, on Eurosport France’s deal for French Open tennis rights

Interview with Etienne Capon, director general of the Ligue Nationale de Handball, on the league’s new media-rights deal with pay-television broadcaster beIN Sports

French football federation enjoys increase in rights fee for domestic cup

Top 14 rights saga is case study in the use of market power

TF1 pays less for France matches but Uefa still happy with deal

TF1’s Le Lay says focus is now on major events

Canal Plus offers more than double but it's still not enough to hang on to Top 14

TF1 deal keeps IRB on course for 'richest World Cup ever' in 2015

Eurosport set to tie up French Open in long-term deal to cement its grip on grand slam tennis

Pauline McVey, analyst for SportBusiness Intelligence, examines television audiences for the 2013 French Open as Nadal wins record-breaking eighth Roland Garros title

Amaury Sport Organisation does an early deal to renew its domestic rights deal for the Tour de France with French public-service broadcaster France Télévisions, taking advantage of the weakness of its commercial rivals.

Pauline McVey, analyst for SportBusiness Intelligence, examines rugby union’s Six Nations television audiences in the home markets as viewing in the UK hits all-time high U

Football: The German Football League awarded the rights for the Bundesliga in several three-year deals covering 2006-07 to 2008-09.

France Télévisions believe that FIS must change to interest broadcasters.