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Astro’s renewed deal with the Badminton Association of Malaysia will see the telco invest much more in promotion but is largely unchanged in cash terms.

Infront Sports & Media secured the Badminton World Federation’s global commercial rights for eight years after completing a blockbuster deal last week.

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Indonesian e-commerce platform Blibli has launched an on-demand video streaming platform called Blibli Play, which will cover sports including this year's Indonesia Open badminton competition

Australian telco OVO Mobile has signed an exclusive four-year media-rights deal with the Badminton World Federation, the sport’s global governing body.

IMG has agreed a five-year deal to become the exclusive global media-rights representative for Badminton Asia events

UK public-service broadcaster the BBC will show the semi-final and final of badminton’s 2019 European Mixed Team Championships after agreeing a deal with its rights-holder, sports media and data provider S…

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Media rights clips from August 21 to September 3

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India holds the key to high value of Asian badminton rights in MP & Silva deal

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IMG stretches the budget for badminton rights and now faces challenge of the market

Centralisation of rights brings big pay day for Badminton World Federation

FOOTBALL Football: Hong Kong broadcaster TVB acquired domestic free-to-air and pay-television rights for the 2014 Fifa World Cup

FOOTBALL Football: US pay-television sports broadcaster ESPN acquired rights for the 2013 Africa Cup of Nations. The ESPN3

FOOTBALL Football: Spanish-language US broadcaster Univision Deportes acquired rights for tournaments operated by Concacaf, the governing body of football in North and Central America and the Caribbean

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American football: US sports broadcaster ESPN agreed an eight-year extension to its rights deal with the NFL for Monday night matches, worth $15.2bn (€10.95bn).

Badminton: Indian sports broadcaster Neo Sports signed a three-year deal, from 2011 to 2013, for the Badminton World Federation World Superseries, with the global rights-holder, the Malaysia-based Total…

Archive: UK pay-television operator ESPN agreed an archive sports programming deal with public-service broadcaster the BBC. More than 80 hours of archive footage will be shown on the ESPN Classic channel