Wowow, the pay-television broadcaster in Japan, has retained exclusive media rights to Uefa club competitions in the country for the 2024-27 cycle

Abema, the Japanese streaming platform, has struck a sports content partnership with Wowow, the pay-television broadcaster in the country.

Streaming platforms DAZN and U-Next agreed to pay a marginal increase to secure co-exclusive rights in Japan to LaLiga in five-year deals.

Japanese pay-television broadcaster Wowow is to show matches from Celtic's pre-season tour of the country

Japanese pay-television broadcaster Wowow has conceded defeat in its bid to retain rights to LaLiga, which is set to bring an end to its 20-year coverage of Spanish football's top flight

Japanese pay-television broadcaster Wowow has added to its Spanish football output by securing the rights to the final stages of the 2022-23 Copa del Rey tournament

Disney’s deal includes exclusive rights to live matches, unlike the previous deal during which the Tennis Channel showed a small number of live games.

Japanese pay-television broadcaster Wowow and the United States Tennis Association (USTA) have announced a US Open rights renewal just six days before the 2022 tournament begins

The value of Uefa club competition rights has fallen heavily in Japan and also declined in Southeast Asia during the current cycle, mirroring wider trends in the markets.

Japanese pay-television broadcaster Wowow has renewed its rights for the Australian Open tennis grand slam in a multi-year deal beginning in 2022

Rugby union digital media platform RugbyPass has continued its return to live rugby streaming with a rights deal for the Super Rugby Trans-Tasman competition covering major markets in Europe as well as…

Uefa’s national-team rights revenue in Japan is set to shrink in the 2018-19 to 2021-22 cycle, covering Euro 2020, with demand hit by next year’s Tokyo Olympics and last year’s collapse of the MP & Silva agency.

Japanese pay-television operator Wowow has retained rights to the Uefa European Championship by agreeing a deal for the 2020 edition of the national team football tournament

Japanese pay-television operator Wowow has reclaimed rights to the Ultimate Fighting Championship, seemingly replacing DAZN as the promotion’s broadcast partner in Japan.

US media company NBCUniversal has expanded the global reach of its Golf Channel network by agreeing new distribution agreements in Japan with OTT digital platform AbemaTV and pay-television broadcaster Wowow.

Striking a digital rights deal is thought to have helped Tennis Australia earn a large increase in Japan for the 2017 Australian Open.

The United States Tennis Association has extended its long-term rights deal with Japanese pay-television broadcaster Wowow.

Tennis Australia has extended and expanded its rights partnership with Japanese pay-television broadcaster Wowow.