Eredivisie Media & Marketing renewed its deal with NOS for highlights to Dutch football’s top tier for the same fee due to the wide exposure the broadcaster guarantees.
Industry experts believe the Portuguese sports-rights market is set to stagnate for the foreseeable future after the country’s three biggest telcos took equal stakes in dominant pay-television broadcaster Sport TV, ending any possibility of competition between them.
Dutch public-service broadcaster NOS has agreed a deal to cover the 2016 edition of cycling’s Giro d’Italia, which commences in the Netherlands on May 6.
Dutch public-service broadcaster NOS moved quickly to sublicense rights to the 2018 and 2020 Olympic Games from Discovery Communications.
The Autoridade da Concorrência, Portugal’s competition regulator, has denied reports that it has decided to block a series of football media rights deals featuring the Altice and Nos telecommunications companies.
Portuguese telco Nos has won the battle for premium domestic football rights, beating rival Altice to deals with nine more clubs.
Portuguese telco Nos has sealed long-term rights deals with eight additional clubs in the country’s top-tier football Primeira Liga.
Portuguese media company NOS has joined forces with domestic pay-television broadcaster Sport TV and Korean electronics company Samsung to broadcast a match from Portugal’s Primeira Liga top-tier football club competition in virtual reality.
Dutch public-service broadcaster NOS’s bid in the current cycle for highlights rights to the Eredivisie, football’s top division in the country, was competitive, according to national media regulator the CvdM.