StarTimes (Sub-Saharan Africa)
Pay-television broadcaster StarTimes has announced a media-rights deal with the Asian Football Confederation to show coverage of its major national and club competitions across sub-Saharan Africa
Pay-television broadcaster StarTimes has acquired rights in sub-Saharan Africa to content from the Impact Wrestling promotion
Pay-television broadcaster StarTimes has acquired rights in sub-Saharan Africa to the African Nations Championship (CHAN) national team football tournament
The legality of a seven-season media rights deal between the Football Kenya Federation and pay-television broadcaster StarTimes is being challenged by a group of clubs led by Mathare United chairman Bob…
Sub-Saharan African pay-television broadcaster StarTimes has agreed a long-term deal to broadcast the Kenyan Premier League from the 2020-21 season onwards
The Team Marketing agency has initiated its first Uefa club competitions media-rights sales processes in nearly seven months, inviting bids from broadcasters in Italy and also sub-Saharan Africa for the…
Pay-television broadcaster StarTimes has acquired rights in sub-Saharan Africa to the Canadian Premier League top-tier football competition
LaLiga, the governing body of the top two tiers of Spanish football, has seen an increase in value of about 12.5 per cent after closing out its sub-Saharan African rights cycle.
LaLiga has finalised an agreement for the sale of its French-language media rights in sub-Saharan Africa with pay-television broadcaster StarTimes
StarTimes, the pay-television broadcaster in sub-Saharan Africa, has made a partial payment to the Ghana Football Association (GFA) as part of its rights deal for the top-tier Premier League as it looks…
StarTimes, the pay-television broadcaster that operates across sub-Saharan Africa, has moved the Sanyuka TV channel back to a cheaper subscription tier to allow more domestic fans watch coverage of football’s U…
Pan-African pay-television broadcaster StarTimes has added ESPN and ESPN 2 to its linear platforms alongside four other Disney-owned entertainment channels
Pay-television broadcaster StarTimes’s one-season deal for Formula E motor racing rights in sub-Saharan Africa has seen the per-race fee grow almost 20 per cent.
StarTimes, the Chinese-owned African pay-television broadcaster, was able to exploit regulatory pressure facing rival broadcaster SuperSport and secure exclusive rights to the English FA Cup and Community Shield at a reduced fee.
StarTimes, the pay-television broadcaster in sub-Saharan Africa, has signed a deal to broadcast Formula E motor racing in 37 countries across the region
The chairman of Ghana’s National Media Commission has urged the nation’s football association to publish details of its rights agreement with pay-television broadcaster StarTimes.