Sports Channel (Israel)

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The value of the Israeli Basketball Premier League’s domestic rights has stalled, with incumbent pay-television broadcaster Sports Channel renewing rights from 2019-20 amid little competition.

Uefa is close to completing deals for its national-team media rights in Israel, as negotiations with both public-service broadcaster Kan and pay-television broadcaster Charlton prove challenging

Uefa has finalised a host of media-rights deals for its national-team properties around the world as the start of its new cycle draws near.

The International Basketball Federation (Fiba) is set to more than double its annual media-rights income compared to the previous cycle, boosted by a lucrative deal in China and strong increases in key markets.

Uefa was the beneficiary this month as Israel’s Sports Channel paid a fee increase of about 440 per cent to renew its Champions League rights.

Pay-television broadcaster the Sports Channel has extended an exclusive rights deal in Israel with North American basketball league the NBA.

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The Sports Channel has renewed a host of rights in recent weeks as it seeks to solidify its position in the Israeli broadcast market.

Israel’s Premier League is targeting an increase of at least 29 per cent in the value of its domestic media rights, with three packages of rights on the market.

Uefa secures small increase in Israel

Mediapro renews F1 deal in Spain but for smaller package

English Premier League considers launching own channel in only two territories without a deal.