Teleclub (Swisscom)

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 Teleclub has rebranded as Blue+ as part of an overhaul put in place by owner Swisscom, the telecoms operator

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.

Swiss pay-television broadcaster Teleclub has waived the fee for its sports packages as all of its live sports content is currently postponed due to the Covid-19 virus

Uefa has continued its success in the DACH region by more than doubling the value of its club competition rights in Austria and significantly increasing them in Switzerland.

The Olympic Channel has announced a carriage deal with Swiss telecoms operator Swisscom ahead of Lausanne’s staging of the 2020 winter Youth Olympic Games.

Swiss pay-television broadcaster Teleclub has extended a carriage agreement with French sports broadcaster RMC Sport for coverage of football’s English Premier League.

Swiss pay-television broadcaster Teleclub has reached a new deal that will give it increased exclusivity over National Hockey League rights in Switzerland from the 2020-21 season

Swiss pay-television broadcaster Teleclub has renewed National Hockey League rights, solidifying a key ice hockey property amid competition from telco UPC

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

Swiss pay-television broadcaster Teleclub has renewed rights deals for a host of European football leagues, including Italy’s Serie A and France’s Ligue 1, while it has become a new partner of the Dut…

Serie A rights remain unsold in Germany and Austria with new season fast approaching DAZN renews Ligue 1 for just over €500,000 per season, up from €300,000 per season In

The All England Lawn Tennis Club has agreed a deal in principle for rights to the Wimbledon grand slam in Germany and Austria, TV Sports Markets understands.

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

The German handball league, the Handball-Bundesliga, will receive bids for its domestic media rights one week from today, TV Sports Markets understands.

Telco UPC this week told TV Sports Markets its deal for media rights to the top Swiss ice hockey league would bring “a breath of fresh air to the market”.

Swiss telecommunications company Swisscom has partnered with pay-television broadcaster Teleclub to launch a new subscription video-on-demand service offering sports and entertainment content.