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Uefa has significantly increased the value of its national team rights in Austria from 2022-23, capitalising on fierce competition between ORF and Servus TV as the latter continues its sports-rights push.

ServusTV, the commercial free-to-air broadcaster in German-speaking countries, has bolstered its coverage of elite motorcycling by agreeing a two-season extension to its rights deal for the Superbike World…

ServusTV, the commercial free-to-air broadcaster in German-speaking countries, has made arguably its most high-profile rights acquisition to date in Austria in an exclusive deal for Uefa European Championship…

ServusTV has acquired rights in Germany for the French Open in 2021, the first time the free-to-air commercial broadcaster has held grand slam tennis rights in the country

Free-to-air commercial broadcaster ServusTV has acquired rights in Germany for the upcoming Stuttgart Open and German Open tennis events

Commercial broadcaster ServusTV has acquired World Rally Championship rights in Germany, Austria and Switzerland for the next two years, further enhancing its motorsports portfolio

Free-to-air commercial broadcaster ServusTV has acquired rights in Germany to tennis’ ATP Cup, a tournament that was aired last year by pay-television broadcaster Sky Deutschland.

Organisers of the America’s Cup have signed a number of new rights contracts for the 36th edition of the sailing event, with the European Broadcasting Union, the umbrella body of free-to-air broadcasters, a…

Formula One’s media rights value in Austria has rebounded in the latest deal – with commercial broadcaster ServusTV for the 2021-23 cycle – following sharp declines in the previous two rights cycles.

Austrian commercial broadcaster ServusTV has announced a new three-year deal for Formula 1 media rights, and will sublicense half of the races to the country’s public-service broadcaster ORF.

Austrian commercial broadcaster ServusTV and public-service broadcaster ORF will both broadcast coverage of Formula One from 2021 onwards, according to reports in Austria

Commercial free-to-air broadcaster ServusTV has announced its acquisition of a host of Uefa club competition rights in Austria across the 2021-22 to 2023-24 cycle

Servus TV’s decision not to take up the option to extend its Austrian Eishockey Liga domestic free-to-air rights into next season allowed Puls 4 to take its place.

Uefa has continued its success in the DACH region by more than doubling the value of its club competition rights in Austria and significantly increasing them in Switzerland.

Uefa is set to award broadcast rights to its club competitions in Austria for the 2021-22 to 2023-24 cycle, with a trio of broadcasters having submitted winning bids, SportBusiness understands

The ATP has added to its coverage in Austria of the ATP Cup in 2020 by agreeing a deal with commercial broadcaster ServusTV

Austrian public-service broadcaster ORF has fought off aggressive competition from commercial broadcaster Servus TV to seal a deal with the Infront agency for a host of major events operated by the International Ski Federation (Fis).