SVT (Sweden)

Swedish pay-TV broadcaster C More has acquired rights to 192 of the 225 matches from the top-tier women’s ice hockey league in Sweden, with public broadcaster STV picking up rights to the end-of-season f…

Nordic Entertainment (Nent) Group has acquired rights to a host of winter sports properties in the Nordics from the Infront agency, landing a blow to public-service broadcasters in the region

Swedish public-service broadcaster SVT has picked up rights to the International Table Tennis Federation’s 2018 World Team Table Tennis Championships, which will take place in Halmstad, Sweden.

Swedish public-service broadcaster SVT has acquired rights for motor-racing’s World Rallycross Championship.

Swedish public-service broadcaster SVT has secured a rights agreement for International Ice Hockey Federation events including the annual IIHF World Championship.

Swedish public-service broadcaster SVT has agreed a five-year extension to its rights deal for a range of International Ski Federation (FIS) events, under an agreement brokered by the Infront Sports & Media agency.

Swedish public-service broadcaster SVT has agreed a three-year deal allowing it to televise the men’s and women’s singles finals of the Wimbledon tennis championships.

Uefa, football’s European governing body, has awarded media rights in Sweden for the 2017 Women’s Euro international tournament to public-service broadcaster SVT and pay-television and commercial broadcaster TV4.

Swedish public-service broadcaster SVT has agreed a three-year rights deal covering the 2014-15 to 2016-17 seasons of new European club ice hockey competition the Champions Hockey League.

Nordic Entertainment (Nent) Group has once again blown away competition from Nordic public-service broadcasters for winter sports content, acquiring exclusive rights to International Skating Union events from the Infront agency.

Nordic Entertainment (Nent) Group has gained a foothold in winter sports in the Nordics with its shock acquisition of a host of properties from the Infront agency.

Rai, Mediaset and Sky were all expected to bid this week for a cut-price 2018 Fifa World Cup. The rights in Italy have plummeted in value since the national team failed to qualify for the tournament, losing a play-off to Sweden.

New inventory and strong broadcaster competition has seen the value of Uefa’s package of national team rights increase markedly in Scandinavia.