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NOS, the Dutch public broadcaster, pulled in an audience of just over 3.8 million viewers for the Netherlands’ 2-0 win over hosts Qatar at the Fifa World Cup yesterday (Tuesday).

SRG SSR, the Swiss public broadcaster, will continue to show the matches of the Swiss national ice hockey teams after reaching a new agreement with the Swiss Ice Hockey Federation (SIHF)

SRF, the German-language arm of Swiss public broadcaster SRG SSR, has missed out on a package of sublicensed rights to Switzerland’s top-tier ice hockey league.

SRF, the German-speaking channel of Swiss public-service broadcaster SRG SSR, has seen viewership for its live Swiss Super League football game drop by over 20 per cent since matches were switched from…

SRG SSR, the Swiss public broadcaster, has renewed a broadcast rights agreement with the Swiss Gymnastics Federation (STV) until 2025

Swiss public-service broadcaster SRG SSR has ensured it will remain the home of the Swiss men’s football team’s matches in European competition until the end of Uefa Euro 2028.

Action from the Uefa European Championship quarter-finals attracted strong audiences on public-service broadcasters in the competing nations of Belgium, Denmark and Switzerland

SRG SSR, the Swiss public broadcaster, has secured rights to Switzerland’s national team matches, along with the Uefa European Championships in 2024 and 2028, while opting to sell on rights to selected m…

SRG SSR, the Swiss public broadcaster, has retained its rights to the sport of schwingen, the folk wrestling native to Switzerland, for six more years

The value of Swiss top-tier ice hockey league rights will fall by about 20 per cent following UPC’s new deal starting in 2022-23, however a more drastic drop was avoided by the league’s offer of increased pay-television exclusivity.

The International Federation of Sport Climbing has agreed new broadcast rights deals in China, Italy, Switzerland and Israel as the sport prepares to make its Olympic Games debut. Zhibo

The Swiss Football League has announced new kick-off times for its top two divisions as it prepares to enter its next broadcast rights cycle

The Swiss Super League has agreed to increase the number of match slots from 2021-22 in its new domestic rights deal with telco Swisscom, preventing a potential dramatic dip in revenue amid an uncompetitive environment.

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