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Telco Digicel has renewed its Premier League rights in the Pacific Islands at a flat fee

Telco Spark acquired rights to the 2019 Rugby World Cup last week, outbidding Sky New Zealand in a deal which could shake up the country’s media-rights market.

New media player Coliseum has developed into a pan-Asian service and will wind down operations in its home market of New Zealand.

Lightbox Sport, the joint venture between New Zealand online subscription services Coliseum and Lightbox launched last month, will be an aggressive competitor for sports rights, according to Coliseum founder…

New Zealand telco Spark has further bolstered the sports portfolio of its fledgling Spark Sports OTT platform, acquiring rights to the Women’s Tennis Association (WTA) Tour and the International Champions C…

Jolie Hodson has been appointed the new chief executive officer of New Zealand telco Spark after the resignation of current chief executive Simon Moutter

New Zealand telco Spark launched its OTT sports platform on Thursday, with the company beginning its coverage with two newly-acquired properties focused on martial arts and action sports

New Zealand telco Spark has said its new OTT sports platform will launch next month, priced at NZ$19.99 (€12/$14) per month after a free trial.