International Basketball Federation (Fiba)

European Athletics has become the latest sports organisation to delve into its archive to deliver content during the Covid-19 shutdown

The International Basketball Federation (Fiba) has agreed a deal with international sports broadcaster Eleven Sports that will allow it to provide a live stream of Taiwan’s Super Basketball League Finals.

Fiba Media, the joint venture between sports media company DAZN Group and Fiba, basketball’s international federation, has a new managing director with Andrew Ryan leaving his role at the International O…

DirecTV, the long-term rights-holder in South America to International Basketball Federation (Fiba) competitions, has become the latest broadcaster in the region to pick up the rights to the new Basketball…

Greek public-service broadcaster ERT has agreed a deal to broadcast the 2019-20 Basketball Champions League

The International Basketball Federation (Fiba) has revealed that its recent World Cup in China delivered a total cumulative average television audience increase of over 80 per cent compared to the 2014…

The International Basketball Federation (Fiba) has detailed a cooperation partnership with technology company Google which is designed to deliver a premium experience to fans who cannot be at the ongoing…

The International Basketball Federation (Fiba) has announced plans to produce and broadcast in 4K for the first time during 3x3 events in Debrecen, Hungary

The world of sport is continuing to pay tribute to the International Basketball Federation (Fiba) secretary general, International Olympic Committee member and Global Association of International Sports …

In the latest interactive monthly data report, SportBusiness Media analyses the basketball media-rights landscape.

The Basketball Champions League has suffered a setback in France despite retaining exposure in a two-season renewal of its deal with pay-television broadcaster Canal Plus, SportBusinessMedia understands.

Greek public-service broadcaster ERT has acquired rights for the International Basketball Federation (Fiba) Champions League in a one-season deal after pay-television broadcaster Nova elected not to renew, with the property’s value falling by 25 per cent on a per-season basis.

Reports in Brazil suggest the International Basketball Federation (Fiba) will receive no media rights income from the country until at least 2020, after its deal with Esporte Interativo collapsed