Singaporean telecoms operator StarHub will continue to carry pay-television broadcaster beIN Sports’ coverage of the Formula 1 motor racing championship.
The increased valuation for World Cup rights in Singapore is a good result for Fifa and Infront given that the market's cross-carriage regulation eliminated competition for the rights.
Media rights deals have been struck by the Infront agency in Singapore and Myanmar for this year's Fifa World Cup, with telco StarHub and pay-television broadcaster SkyNet, respectively
Singaporean telecoms operators Singtel and StarHub are in talks to acquire rights to the 2022 Fifa World Cup
Singaporean telecoms operator StarHub has assured its customers that most of the technical issues that affected its coverage of the opening round of English Premier League fixtures last week have been…
Singaporean telco StarHub yesterday (Wednesday) unveiled its pricing and packaging for English Premier League coverage from next season onwards
Liverpool is to play a friendly against fellow Premier League outfit Crystal Palace at the National Stadium in Singapore as part of its forthcoming pre-season tour of Southeast Asia
Johan Buse, head of StarHub's consumer business unit, spoke to SportBusiness Media about how its new six-season deal for Premier League rights fits into the company's wider strategy.
Singaporean telco Singtel has expanded its carriage deal with pan-regional broadcaster beIN Sports to add two channels
StarHub faces a challenge to monetise its Premier League rights given the strong fee it has paid and difficult conditions in Singapore's pay-television market.
Singapore telco StarHub has acquired non-exclusive media rights covering the 2022 Formula One season. StarHub will show all races this season live on its linear channels and streaming platform
Premier League rights values will increase in Thailand and Indonesia from 2022-23 onward, but have gone down in Hong Kong and Malaysia.
Telco StarHub made a dramatic move for market leadership in sports broadcasting in Singapore today (Monday), announcing a six-season deal for English Premier League rights
The English Premier League introduced several novel elements in its tender for media rights in Asia-Pacific markets for the new cycle, aimed at cracking what are expected to be some of its toughest sales territories.
A volley of rights sales this year reallocated properties formerly held by pan-regional broadcaster Fox Sports Asia and began shaping a new sports broadcasting landscape in Asia-Pacific.
The scramble to replace Fox Sports Asia helped the Football Marketing Asia agency secure a strong deal for Asian Football Confederation rights last month in several important Southeast Asia markets.
Singaporean telco StarHub has agreed a carriage deal for the new pan-regional, Southeast Asia SPOTV sports pay-television channels
Singapore telco StarHub has acquired broadcast rights to mixed martial arts promotion the Ultimate Fighting Championship