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ESPN has unveiled a series of initiatives to bolster its National Hockey League coverage, including on-ice camera operators, players microphoned during their warm-ups, locker room cameras, and puck and…
The National Hockey League has expanded and rebranded its "European Game of the Week" initiative to feed growing interest in the popular measure which showcases the league's biggest international star…
The National Hockey League and interactive audio chat app Clubhouse have struck a content partnership ahead of the 2021 Stanley Cup Final, which kick off on June 28.
NBC Sports has added subscription service Peacock Premium as a streaming option for all the remaining National Hockey League Stanley Cup semifinal games.
Turner Sports has prevailed in a high-stakes push to land hockey icon Wayne Gretzky as a lead analyst for its forthcoming National Hockey League coverage, according to industry sources and multiple reports,…
Ice hockey icon Wayne Gretzky famously said that as a player, he skated “to where the puck is going to be, not where it has been.”
The National Hockey League is poised to bring in Turner Sports as its secondary broadcast partner in the United States in a seven-year deal worth approximately $1.6bn (€1.3
Setanta Sports has secured a four-year extension of National Hockey League rights in Ukraine and the Eurasia region, from the 2022-23 season through 2025-26
The NHL has secured a 33-per-cent increase in its US media rights income from the sale of its 'A' package alone.
Nordic Entertainment (Nent) Group has agreed a new deal with the National Hockey League for rights across the Baltic region for five seasons, from 2021-22 to 2025-26
The National Hockey League and ESPN are reportedly close to agreeing a seven-year media rights deal in the United States
David Proper, senior EVP of international and media strategy at the NHL, discusses the league's new media-rights deals in Germany and Austria, and how the NHL has worked with its broadcast partners in Europe to improve engagement.
The National Hockey League boosted the value of its rights in Germany and Austria in its latest sales round. But it only agreed one-season deals with its primary pay-television broadcasters after bidders failed to meet its longer-term valuation.
The National Hockey League's outdoor games in Lake Tahoe, Nevada, proved a ratings success despite both of the weekend's games suffering severe delays due to poor ice conditions in the intense sunshine
SAP, the Germany-based multinational enterprise software company, has extended its partnership with the National Hockey League to become the presenting sponsor of the NHL's European Game of the Week initiative
German sports broadcaster Sport1 has renewed its rights to the National Hockey League ahead of the start of the 2020-21 season and will continue to share rights with OTT streaming service DAZN which has…