TSN (Canada)

Canadian pay-television sports broadcaster TSN and French-language sister network RDS, along with pay-television broadcaster beIN Sports Canada, have acquired rights to the Uefa Champions League and Europa League club football competitions.

The breadth and depth of coverage the 2018 and 2020 Olympic Games will achieve in Canada is seen by the International Olympic Committee as an acceptable trade-off for a minimal increase in media-rights income.

Canadian pay-television sports broadcaster TSN has agreed a new partnership with College Hockey Inc, the commercial rights-holder of NCAA Division I men’s college ice hockey, to deliver expanded live coverage of the 2014-15 season.

Canadian pay-television broadcaster Rogers Communications’ acquisition of the English-language regional rights to Montreal Canadiens games this month was driven by its desire to offer the full complement of Canadiens games in English on mobile and online platforms.

Formula One has earned a significant increase in its rights value in Canada thanks to intense competition between pay-television broadcasters.

The United States Golf Association has extended its long-term partnership for Canadian pay-television sports broadcaster TSN and French-language sister network RDS to broadcast the US Open and other tournaments under the USGA umbrella through to 2022.

Canadian pay-television sports broadcaster TSN and French-language sister network RDS have agreed a multi-year extension through to 2019 for their exclusive rights to the Formula One motor-racing championship.

Canadian pay-television sports broadcaster TSN is to expand its service from two to five national channels.

Canadian pay-television sports broadcaster TSN has launched a new live streaming service.

Canadian pay-television sports broadcaster TSN has acquired media rights for Major League Baseball’s marquee Sunday, Monday, and Wednesday night games.

TSN will be “aggressive” in bidding for sports rights after it was outbid by telecommunications company Rogers Communications for NHL ice hockey rights in Canada, according to Phil King, the president of CTV programming and sports at the pay-television sports broadcaster’s parent company, Bell Media.

Canadian pay-television sports broadcaster TSN has announced that it will utilise its broadcast coverage of ice hockey’s 2014 World Junior Championship to debut the first live sports usage of the Twitter Amplify platform in Canada.

Canadian pay-television sports broadcaster TSN and French-language sister network RDS have signed a multi-year extension to their long-term programming agreement with the ESPN International arm of US sports broadcaster ESPN.

Ben Speight, head of SportBusiness Intelligence, analyses how TV audiences for this year’s NFL Super Bowl are down on both sides of the Atlantic T

Golf: The US PGA Tour signed new six-year deals with the CBS and NBC networks, from 2007 to 2012.