The Football Association’s desire for strong free-to-air coverage means the BBC will pay substantially less per match than pay-television partner Sky in the latest domestic cycle of England’s Women’s Super League.
England’s Football Association has announced that its top-tier Women’s Super League will “bring in more revenue than any women’s domestic league in the world” after it secured lucrative domestic media rig…
Cricket Australia has launched an invitation to tender process for its media rights in the UK for the 2021-22 Southern Hemisphere cricket season onwards, covering the coming season's Ashes Test series…
Commercial broadcaster Channel 4’s deal for UK rights to England’s four-Test series against India went down to the wire, as Star remained open to a late bids from pay-television broadcasters Sky and BT Sport.
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