Baseball

Major League Baseball franchise the Los Angeles Dodgers has opened talks with the league over a potential new regional television deal with US broadcasters Fox Sports or Time Warner Cable, according to…

Major League Baseball franchise the Los Angeles Dodgers are considering creating their own regional sports broadcaster in partnership with entertainment production company Dick Clark Productions, according…

US pay-television subscribers have been granted permission to pursue a lawsuit accusing several television networks, the Major League Baseball and the National Hockey League of antitrust violations related…

US Major League Baseball team the Cleveland Indians is set to sell its regional cable-television channel SportsTime Ohio to Fox Sports Ohio, a regional division of Fox Sports, which is owned by US network…

US broadcaster Fox Sports could pay at least $6 billion (€4.7

US regional cable-television channel Yes Network has agreed to extend a rights deal for games involving the New York Yankees Major League Baseball team through to 2042, according to the Bloomberg news…

MLB Network, the pay-television broadcaster operated by North America’s Major League Baseball, has acquired exclusive US rights for the 2013 and 2017 editions of the World Baseball Classic national team t…

North America’s Major League Baseball has agreed new eight-year rights deals, from 2014 to 2021, with US network Fox and cable-television broadcaster Turner Broadcasting System.

North America’s Major League Baseball is close to renewing rights deals with US network Fox and cable-television broadcaster Turner Broadcasting System, according to the Wall Street Journal newspaper.

The MP & Silva agency has agreed a deal to distribute the worldwide rights, excluding the US, Canada, Puerto Rico and Japan, to the 2013 World Baseball Classic tournament

US pay-television broadcaster ESPN has acquired US and international rights for Major League Baseball for eight years, from 2014 to 2021, in a deal worth $5.6 billion (€4.5

US Asia-focused sports network One World Sports has acquired exclusive rights to the home games of Japanese baseball side Hiroshima Carp, which competes in the top-tier Nippon Professional Baseball league

Major League Baseball has extended its deadline for a resolution in the dispute over television rights fees between the Washington Nationals and regional cable-television broadcaster MASN until July, according…

US baseball league Major League Baseball will offer its domestic media rights to the market this week after periods of exclusive negotiations with existing broadcast partners expire

The Guggenheim Baseball Management consortium agreed a deal to acquire Major League Baseball franchise the Los Angeles Dodgers for $2 billion (€1.5

Local cable-television rights deals provided $923 million (€705 million) of income for Major League Baseball clubs in 2011, according to Forbes.

US network CBS and MSG Network, the pay-television channel owned by New York sports venue Madison Square Garden, are separately considering investing in groups that want to acquire the Los Angeles Dodgers…

The USA Today Sports Media Group and MLB Advanced Media, the interactive media and internet company of Major League Baseball, announced a joint venture to develop and produce new content and products for…

US and Latin American broadcaster Alterna'TV acquired exclusive rights in Puerto Rico for baseball’s Caribbean Series in a three-year deal, from 2012 to 2014.

The prospect of a significant increase in the local media rights value of MLB baseball team the Los Angeles Dodgers boosted the minimum asking price for acquiring the franchise, set at $1.5 billion (€1.1

Media conglomerate News Corporation is considering buying a minority stake in the bankrupt Major League Baseball team the Los Angeles Dodgers in a move designed to help its US network Fox retain the team’s l…

The Los Angeles Dodgers Major League Baseball team agreed yesterday to honour its existing broadcast partnership with US network Fox

Lagardère Unlimited, the sports marketing division of French conglomerate Lagardère, acquired Gaylord Sports Management, a US-based athlete representation group.

The judge overseeing the Los Angeles Dodgers’ bankruptcy case ruled that the Major League Baseball team would be allowed to begin selling its broadcast rights.