Pitch International lands volleyball World Championship in 2014
Italy has more laws on its statute books than any other European country but Italians are famous for considering them to be mere suggestions, polite recommendations, even paternalistic forms of advice, rather than binding rules...
Belgian Pro League spoiled for choice ahead of key meeting to discuss media-rights offers
Why media rights fees for Sochi have fallen from the Vancouver Games
Rivals fear that IMG Media will emerge stronger from WME takeover
Al Jazeera beats rivals to land handball World Championships
Ufa Sports: We will bounce back after handball loss
Interview with Sandi Sola, treasurer and executive member of the International Handball Federation, on its new global deal with Al Jazeera covering the World Championships in 2015 and 2017.
Sport1 says it wants to be the home of handball in Germany
Infront guarantees the future income of Serie A but rights-fee growth is in the hands of clubs
EBU deal with US ski federation will increase exposure for ski events in the country
International rights growth for Serie A could hold the key to Infront’s dilemma
Interview with Bruno Marty, executive director of winter sports at Infront Sports & Media, on the agency's acquisition of the media and marketing rights to the new pan-European club competition, the European Club Competition
Interview with Hugh Roberts, owner of the SweetSpot Group, on retaining its contract to act as event host of the Tour of Britain.
SweetSpot outlines TV plans after renewing Tour of Britain contract for next five years
IMG and Sportfive to challenge Infront for lucrative Serie A adviser role
How Europe’s top football leagues use external experts
MP & Silva handball ambitions take on global dimensions with new Champions League deal
Pitch International is exploring launching a premium football channel in Italy
The Italian collective selling law, known as the Melandri law, needs updating, says Enzo Morelli, the lawyer who advised the Italian government on the drafting of the law in 2008. The Italian antitrust authority should not be interfering in how Serie A clubs share their media rights income, top lawyer says