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The Italian television audience for last night’s dramatic Uefa European Championship semi-final between Italy and Spain reached close to 19.5 million viewers across free-to-air and pay-television.

Free-to-air commercial broadcaster TF1 pulled in an average audience of 16

Matches from the Uefa European Championship attracted bumper audiences across Europe’s major broadcast markets over the weekend with the ‘big five’ countries all in action. G

French free-to-air commercial broadcasters M6 and TF1 have unveiled plans to merge their activities in a bid to “master the challenges arising from the accelerating competition with global platforms”.

French commercial broadcaster TF1 is reportedly in talks with RMC Sport to sublicense the latter’s rights to the Paris Saint-Germain versus Manchester City Uefa Champions League semi-final.

Nicolas de Tavernost, chairman of M6, has written to France’s Professional Football League (LFP) proposing the French free-to-air commercial broadcaster as a short-term solution to the top-tier Ligue 1…

Sunday evening’s Uefa Champions League final between Bayern Munich and Paris Saint-Germain attracted strong free-to-air audiences in both France and Germany, including a record prime-time audience in F…

French commercial broadcaster TF1 has added free-to-air rights to Lyon’s Uefa Champions League semi-final against Bayern Munich to its already acquired rights to the final in a new sublicensing agreement w…

French commercial broadcaster TF1 is to offer its coverage of the 2019-20 Uefa Champions League final in ultra high-definition, as part of an expanded commitment to the format

The final of this season’s Uefa Champions League in Lisbon will receive significant free-to-air coverage in France after the commercial broadcaster TF1 finalised a sublicensing deal with the Altice-owned p…

French free-to-air commercial broadcasters M6 and TF1 have attempted to secure a temporary repayment of around €18m ($20.3

Production and agency group Mediapro's football-focused pay-television service in France will be known as ‘Téléfoot’ as part of a deal struck with free-to-air commercial broadcaster TF1. A

French free-to-air commercial broadcasters M6 and TF1 have asked to defer their rights payments for football’s 2020 European Championship after the tournament was pushed back by a year, it has been reported.

French free-to-air commercial broadcaster TF1 has built on its handball coverage by acquiring rights to the Olympic qualifying tournament in which the national team will compete

French pay-television broadcaster Canal Plus and Formula One Management activated an option to extend their F1 rights agreement by two years, to the end of 2022, SportBusiness Media understands.

TF1 and M6’s joint acquisition of Euro 2020 free-to-air rights was struck at a similar per-match fee as the one they paid for the last comparable edition of the tournament, in 2012.

Mediapro’s accusation of impropriety in the Uefa Champions League tender process in France has cast a cloud over a record rights-fee outcome for Uefa in the country. But the agency’s threat to take Uefa to court may not be credible, industry experts told SportBusiness Media.