Fox’s acquisition of broadcast rights to the NFL’s Thursday Night Football package is the first step in the US media group’s rebuilding project after many of its assets were sold to Disney.
On the back of Twitter's purchase of the IPL rights tender and its announcement of several sports streaming deals in Asia-Pacific, Aneesh Madani talks to TV Sports Markets about the social media platform's future strategy regarding sports rights in the region.
The NFL has increased the value of its free-to-air deal in Germany with ProSiebenSat.1 by about 20 per cent, and looks set to double the value of its pay-television deal with DAZN.
The NFL secured a solid increase in the annual value of its digital rights in China from an exclusive deal with online streaming platform Tencent.
Canadian telco Bell has completed its set of exclusive linear NFL rights after picking up its one missing set of games, on Thursday nights, from rival telco Rogers.
Twitter’s “great global reach” helped the social media giant to become the NFL’s international streaming partner, the American football league told TV Sports Markets.
John Manning, research analyst for SportBusiness Intelligence, looks at television audiences for Super Bowl 50
Increasing the value of its Thursday Night Football rights while dividing content once more illustrates the sheer power of the National Football League.
Media rights clips from January 21 to February 3
Media rights clips from December 17 to January 20
The National Football League has endured mixed fortunes in its early deals in Europe, earning increases in Germany and France but seeing the value of its rights fall in the Netherlands.
Fewer NFL American football matches will be shown free-to-air in the UK in the 2015 season, but the league has secured deals which it believes will still reach a wide audience.