Sportdigital (Germany)

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German pay-television broadcaster Sportdigital picked up the rights to four football leagues in recent weeks as it bolstered its international football programming.

German pay-television broadcaster Sportdigital last week picked up the rights to the Belgian Pro League in a deal covering just the 2014-15 season.

Interview with Gisbert Wundram, managing director of Sportdigital, about the channel’s future strategy after losing out on the ESPN America rights to rival broadcaster Sport1.

German pay-television broadcaster Sportdigital Fussball has extended its rights to the Primeira Liga, the top division of Portuguese football, for a further three seasons

Subscription broadcaster Sportdigital Fussball has struck a rights deal in Germany, Austria and Switzerland for selected national team and club competitions organised by the Asian Football Confederation…

German media company Sportainment Medien, the parent company of German subscription broadcaster Sportdigital Fussball, has developed a ‘dynamic live atmosphere’ generator to enhance television broadcasts of …

Dentsu, the Japanese advertising agency heavily involved in sports marketing, has concluded a number of broadcast deals for the J.League ahead of the Japanese top flight’s resumption on July 4.