Red Bull Media House

Gerrit Meier, the global managing director of Red Bull Media House, the media and content arm of the energy drinks brand, is to leave the company, according to reports in Austria

The FIA World Rally Championship is close to announcing free-to-air broadcast deals in both Japan and Kenya ahead of stops in both countries on this year’s schedule.

The International Cycling Union (UCI) has agreed a three-year extension to its exclusive production and rights partnership with Red Bull Media House

Sky Österreich will generate more than €5m ($5.9m) per season from the sublicensing of Austrian Bundesliga rights, from 2018-19 to 2021-22.

Swiss telecommunications company UPC has agreed a deal to show content from production company Red Bull Media House on its new sports broadcast platform, MySports.

The Red Bull Media House production company has appointed Dietmar Otti as its new chief operating officer.

Energy drinks brand Red Bull has performed a u-turn by scrapping plans to close down its commercial broadcaster, Servus TV.

Servus TV’s acquisition of rights to motorcycling series MotoGP last month has come at a high cost as the commercial broadcaster will share coverage in Austria with Eurosport.

German sports broadcaster Sport1 has acquired rights to the Red Bull Air Race World Championship.

Red Bull co-founder Dietrich Mateschitz has played down talk of Servus TV, the German commercial broadcaster owned by the energy drinks brand, acquiring the Austrian rights to the Formula One motor racing championship.

Online sports and entertainment channel Red Bull TV has agreed a carriage deal with streaming platform Roku.

Red Bull Media House is understood to be in advanced talks with volleyball’s world governing body, the International Volleyball Federation (FIVB), to take over the rights to beach volleyball events.

North American basketball league the NBA and media company Red Bull Media House have signed as content partners for Korean electronics company Samsung’s new virtual reality video platform.

The organisers of motor racing’s World Rally Championship believe they are well on the road to achieving something no other promoter has so far been able to: making a commercial success of the championship.

WRC Promoter, the commercial rights-holder of the World Rally Championship, has claimed significant increases in viewing figures and broadcast hours as the 2014 season of the motorsport series prepares to enter its final event.

Media company Red Bull Media House has entered into a global action sports content distribution partnership with US-based production company Warren Miller Entertainment.

Servus TV, the German commercial broadcaster owned by energy drinks brand Red Bull, has acquired live rights for the Spanish Supercopa football contest.