The Infront Sports & Media agency signed off relatively lucrative long-term deals for ice hockey’s World Championship in three markets last month.
The Infront Sports & Media agency has brokered long-term rights deals with broadcasters in Canada, Denmark and Germany for a number of leading ice hockey events.
Canadian telecommunications company Bell Media has acquired exclusive rights in the country for the 2017 Invictus Games.
The premier men’s and women’s tennis tours struck new media rights deals in Canada last month, both earning decent rights-fee increases.
Canadian public-service broadcaster CBC paid a small increase to extend its deal with the International Olympic Committee to cover the 2022 and 2024 Games.
The Canadian Football League jumped at the chance to guarantee income well into the future by extending its deal with TSN late last month.
Interview with Jeffrey Orridge, new commissioner of the Canadian Football League, about extending its deal with pay-television broadcasters TSN and RDS to 2021.
TSN has sealed a rights deal with the Canada Basketball national governing body that will allow the Canadian pay-television broadcaster to show coverage of the Canada men’s and women’s national teams.
Canadian pay-television sports broadcasters TSN and RDS trebled their rights fee and their guarantees for coverage of French Open tennis in last week’s renewal.
Canadian pay-television sports broadcaster TSN and French-language sister channel RDS have agreed a multi-year extension to a rights deal for the French Open tennis grand slam.
The resurrected World Cup of Hockey will join the National Hockey League on pay-television broadcaster Rogers Sportsnet in Canada following a deal agreed late last month.
Canadian telecommunications company Rogers Communications has acquired broadcast rights to the 2016 World Cup of Hockey national team ice hockey tournament, according to the Globe and Mail.
North America’s National Lacrosse League has agreed rights deals for its 2015 season with US sports broadcasters Universal Sports Network and ESPN, along with Canadian pay-television broadcaster TSN, and will launch a new online subscription platform.