Global Sports Rights Management (GSRM)

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The CBS Sports division of US network CBS has finalised a three-season deal for the rights to the top division of Brazilian club football, Campeonato Brasileiro Série A.

The merger of Global Sports Rights Management, the international broadcast rights-holder to Brazil’s top two football leagues, with the Chile-based 1190 Sports agency was driven by a move to “unlock” spons…

Global Sports Rights Management, the international broadcast rights-holder to Brazil’s top two football leagues, has announced a merger with 1190 Sports, the Chile-based sports marketing agency.

An OTT streaming platform, supported by associated social media accounts, has been launched to showcase content from Brazil’s top-tier Brasileirão as part of the exposure plans put in place by Global Sp…

Media giant Disney has agreed to pay a sizeable one-off fee to secure a three-season extension to its domestic broadcast rights to Argentina’s Liga Profesional de Fútbol (LPF), following a legal spat that had threatened to end its relationship with the league.

Torneos, the Argentinian rights agency, and Global Sports Rights Management, the agency that holds international broadcast rights to the top two Brazilian football leagues, have formed an alliance to commercialise…

Free-to-air digital terrestrial channel FreeSports has acquired rights in the UK to the Brasileirão, the top-tier league in Brazil.

Pay-television broadcaster Flow Sports has acquired exclusive rights in the Caribbean to the Brasileirão, the top-tier league in Brazil, for two-and-a-half seasons.

Global Sports Rights Management, the agency that recently acquired the international rights to the top two Brazilian football leagues, remains interested in securing a similar remit with the Argentinian…

Global Sports Rights Management, the agency that recently acquired the international rights to the Campeonato Brasileiro Série A and Série B, is in the process of signing its first broadcast rights deal, S…

The offer Brazilian football clubs accepted for their international rights from the newly-created GSRM agency is much more realistic than the outlandish valuations that characterised previous tenders, experts told SportBusiness Media.