Nordic Entertainment Group (Nent Group)

Fifa is the latest rights-holder to benefit from fierce competition in the Nordics as it sealed huge increases for both the 2023 Fifa Women’s World Cup and the men’s World Cup in 2026.

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

Nordic Entertainment (Nent) Group has acquired a host women’s football content across the Nordic and Baltic countries, along with Poland, as it continues its push in women’s sport.

Nordic Entertainment (Nent) Group has added rights to the Uefa Europa League and Europa Conference League to its Polish offering

Norwegian customers of telco Telia are without Nordic Entertainment (Nent) Group’s linear channels and OTT service following the pair being unable to agree a distribution deal.

Media company Nordic Entertainment (Nent) Group has extended a distribution agreement with Norwegian pay-television operator RiksTV until September 2023

The Nordic Entertainment (Nent) Group reported a total of 3.02 million paying subscribers to its Viaplay streaming service after adding 749,000 new customers in 2020

Nordic Entertainment (Nent) Group has acquired exclusive rights in the Baltic region to English football’s FA Cup and second-tier Championship, as well as South American qualifiers for the 2022 Fifa W…

Broadcasters in both Denmark and Sweden pulled in strong audiences for Sunday’s IHF World Men’s Handball Championship final between the two Nordic countries.

Uefa and its appointed CAA Eleven agency have agreed an exclusive broadcast deal in Iceland with Nordic Entertainment (Nent) Group for national team rights in the new 2022-28 cycle, with the media group…

Broadcast rights to this weekend’s 24 Hours of Daytona, the first race of the 2021 WeatherTech IMSA Sportscar Championship, have been secured by leading broadcasters in Europe, including Eurosport, the N…

Uefa club competition rights in Iceland will be shared between the Nordic Entertainment (Nent) Group and media company Sýn, from the 2021-22 season onwards.

Nordic Entertainment Group's (Nent) sports rights head Peter Nørrelund says the company “can no longer tighten the screw” on consumers by expecting them to pay more for premium sports content and unde…

Nordic Entertainment (Nent) Group has agreed its first media-rights deal covering nine markets, as it picks up exclusive rights to the Confederation of African Football’s qualifying competition matches f…

Nordic Entertainment (Nent) Group has added exclusive rights in the Baltic countries to Uefa’s club competitions from 2021-22 to 2023-24 ahead of its launch in the region next year.

The value of Uefa’s national-team rights in Scandinavia from 2022-23 has risen sharply, with the European governing body the latest rights-holder to prosper in the region amid a push by broadcasters to seal long-term deals for premium properties.

Nordic Entertainment (Nent) Group, the Stockholm-based media group, has acquired exclusive rights in Denmark, Norway and Sweden to the 2023 Fifa Women’s World Cup, which will take place in Australia a…