SRG (Switzerland)

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Infront has edged closer to enhancing its dominance over skiing media rights, with the agency entering exclusive negotiations with the Swiss Ski Association for international rights from 2022-23, following a hotly contested tender process.

Swiss pay-television broadcaster Teleclub prioritised retaining a level of exclusivity in choosing to sublicense free-to-air Uefa club competition rights to CH Media over SRG.

The value of ATP Tour tennis rights in Germany, Austria and Switzerland has once again dramatically increased amid intense competition for a year-round competition with a growing domestic interest

Sports broadcaster Eurosport has had its grip on MotoGP rights across Europe weakened in recent times, despite its renewal of rights in the Netherlands.

Uefa last month recorded huge fee increases for its Champions League and Europa League media rights in Finland and Switzerland. 

Swiss pay-television broadcaster Blue Sport, a subsidiary of telecoms operator Swisscom, has agreed a four-year extension to its domestic media rights deal with the Swiss Football League (SFL) with one…

Swiss League, the second-tier ice hockey league in Switzerland, has created its own limited company and hired Jean Brogle, an experienced rights executive, ahead of a proposed sale of broadcast rights

Swiss public-service broadcaster SRG SSR has extended its deal with the Infront agency for rights to key International Ski Federation (FIS), International Ice Hockey Federation and World Curling Federation events.

Swiss public broadcaster SRG SSR has renewed its rights agreement with the Swiss Handball Federation (SHV) for four more years until the end of the 2023-24 season

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Swiss public-service broadcaster SRG renewed rights to Uefa national team competitions late last month despite facing a rare challenge for premium sport from rival free-to-air broadcasters.

Swiss public-service broadcaster SRG is in advanced discussions to renew its deal for Wimbledon tennis media rights, TV Sports Markets understands.

The Swiss football federation last week renewed its deal with long-term broadcast partner, public-service broadcaster SRG SSR.

Media rights to the Champions Hockey League ice hockey club competition were sold last month in Switzerland, with a rights fee and production costs included.

SRG faces no competition to hold on to F1 in Switzerland