Gaelic Sports

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Ireland’s Gaelic Athletic Association has enjoyed steady growth in commercial revenues over the last five years and is set to do so until mid-2022.

Interview with Jeffrey Orridge, new commissioner of the Canadian Football League, about extending its deal with pay-television broadcasters TSN and RDS to 2021.

Media rights clips from May 29 to June 11

Media rights clips from March 27 to April 9

The Gaelic Athletic Association (GAA) has agreed to provide online coverage of inter-county championship matches that are not being shown by Irish public-service broadcaster RTÉ and pay-television broadcaster …

RTÉ has enhanced its coverage of hurling and football under a new agreement struck between the Irish public-service broadcaster, the Gaelic Athletic Association and pay-television broadcaster Eir Sport.

Irish-language free-to-air broadcaster TG4 has struck a four-year extension to its broadcast rights and sponsorship agreement with the Ladies Gaelic Football Association, on the back of a record year for the organisation.

Ireland’s Gaelic Athletic Association has been met with a fresh challenge to its rights deal with pay-television broadcaster Sky Sports after the Roscommon County Board passed a motion calling on the body to end the contract.


Basketball: Pan-regional sports broadcaster ESPN International extended its deal with Euroleague Basketball in a one-season contract for the 2010-11 season

BBC's failed offer was linked to London 2015 ... Gol TV subscribers on the up ... GAA to reduce live matches

Basketball: Euroleague Basketball agreed deals in the UK, China and Iceland for the 2010 Final Four

The Gaelic Athletic Association is in advanced talks with several Irish broadcasters over the rights for the country’s top sports properties

Rugby League: UK pay-broadcaster BSkyB and public-service broadcaster the BBC acquired the rights for the top-tier Super League, the second-tier National League, international matches and the Challenge…