Nordic Entertainment Group (Nent)

The value of Bundesliga rights in Poland has more than doubled for the 2021-25 cycle in the league’s deal with new entrant Nordic Entertainment Group, adding to a generally strong start to sales in Europe.

The value of the National Hockey League’s rights in the Nordics will triple from 2021-22 in Nordic Entertainment (Nent) Group’s five-season renewal of the property.

Sales revenues for the Nordic Entertainment (Nent) Group’s Viaplay streaming service are slightly down, as a result of the reduction in pricing for its sports packages due to Covid-19.

Media company Nordic Entertainment Group (Nent) has acquired exclusive rights in the Nordic region to the upcoming Rugby World Cup in Japan

Nordic Entertainment (Nent) Group has acquired rights to a host of winter sports properties in the Nordics from the Infront agency, landing a blow to public-service broadcasters in the region

Media company Modern Times Group has appointed Thomas Schmidt as chief commercial officer of its eSport subsidiary, ESL

Swedish media company Modern Times Group has confirmed that it has sold its 95-per-cent share in Bulgaria’s Nova Broadcasting Group to Advance Media Group.

The Nordic Entertainment Group (Nent) has acquired rights to the world heavyweight title bout between Anthony Joshua (pictured) and Alexander Povetkin on September 22

Swedish media company Modern Times Group and its subsidiary Nordic Entertainment Group (Nent Group) have jointly agreed a five-year revolving credit facility with a group of six Nordic banks

Uefa has finalised a host of media-rights deals for its national-team properties around the world as the start of its new cycle draws near.

Media company Modern Times Group has expressed its surprise after Bulgaria’s Commission for Protection of Competition rejected its deal to sell commercial broadcaster Nova to PPF Group, the investment c…

Nordic Entertainment (Nent) Group has bid aggressively to acquire a host of sports rights in recent weeks ahead of a public offering in 2019.

Interview with Kim Mikkelsen, SVP group head of sports at Nordic Entertainment Group, about the company’s host of media-rights deals in recent weeks, including English Premier League, Formula One, International Handball Federation and European Handball Federation agreements.

Digital entertainment company Modern Times Group has completed the disposal of its international entertainment operations by selling Bulgarian commercial broadcaster Nova to PPF Group, the investment company controlled by Czech billionaire Petr Kellner.

Uefa has earned a significant increase in the value of its national team rights across Eastern Europe, justifying its decision to sell market-by-market in the region.

The ATP is earning less from market-by-market sales in the Nordics than from the last cycle’s pan-regional deal, after Modern Times Group added World Tour rights in Norway and Sweden to its earlier Denmark deal last month. A separate deal has also been agreed in Finland with MTV3.

Multi-territory commercial and pay-television broadcaster Modern Times Group has acquired rights in Sweden and Norway to the Association of Tennis Professionals’ World Tour Masters 1000 series of tournaments and the season-ending ATP Finals.