Archery

World Archery has unveiled details of its new “Lockdown Knockout” tournament involving eight archers taking part from remote locations and sending video streams from their smartphone, tablet or laptop.

The number of broadcast hours committed by rights-holding broadcasters to the Hyundai Archery World Cup has again shown a year-on-year increase

Pay-television broadcaster Sony Pictures Networks has agreed an exclusive deal with the World Archery governing body covering the Indian subcontinent

América Móvil-owned sports broadcaster Claro Sports has acquired pay-television rights to World Archery competitions across 17 territories in Latin America.

World Archery, the sport’s global governing body, has agreed a new rights deal with the NBC Sports Group division of US media company NBCUniversal.

World Archery, the sport’s global governing body, has agreed a four-year extension to its deal with international sports broadcaster Eurosport.

Korean commercial broadcaster SBS has signed a four-year extension to its rights deal with the World Archery governing body.

Pan-regional sports broadcaster Eurosport has acquired rights for the Archery World Cup and World Archery Championships.

The World Archery governing body has extended its deal with the Broadreach Media agency to distribute media rights in India, subcontinental Asia and Russia.

Media rights clips from March 27 to April 9

Media rights clips from February 27 to March 12

Media rights clips from 24 October 6 November

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Pan-regional broadcaster Eurosport has signed a multi-media partnership with World Archery, the sport’s governing body, to show live coverage and highlights of competitions from 2013 across its channels.

World Archery has agreed a video rights distribution deal with digital sports video news agency SendtoNews.