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Watch.Hockey, the direct-to-consumer OTT service recently launched by the International Hockey Federation (FIH), in collaboration with tech company Nagra, represents a new commercial model that could encourage more mid-tier sports properties to develop state-of-the-art D2C platforms.

The MyCujoo chief executive explains how his company sees its opportunity in lower-tier rights, playing communities and white-label streaming solutions.

Football streaming platform MyCujoo is in talks with the Confederação Brasileira de Futebol to expand its broadcast portfolio in the country, the company’s chief executive officer, Pedro Presa has told SportBusiness Media.

Streaming service DAZN has extended its rights to International Hockey Federation (FIH) events in Germany, Austria and Switzerland, targeting field hockey’s affluent following.

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The International Hockey Federation (FIH) has launched the bidding process for hosting its new second-tier national team competition, the FIH Nations Cup, which will be played in 2022 for the first time

The International Hockey Federation (FIH) has launched a new fan engagement app which will stream live coverage of matches and aims to be the digital “home of hockey” for fans, players and officials wor…

The International Hockey Federation is to terminate its five-year deal with live streaming services company MyCujoo as it enters into a new ten-year agreement with content and multi-screen video company…

Chris Neilson, TV and broadcast director at the Fédération Internationale de Hockey (FIH), has taken up a position at World Bowling, the international federation for ten pin bowling.

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FOOTBALL Football: International pay-television broadcaster ESPN extended a rights deal in Brazil for the English top-tier Premier League club competition

Star India’s renewal with Indian hockey’s governing body highlights the broadcaster’s strategy of ground-level investment in minority sports.

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Zuku looks to expand in Africa without treading on SuperSport's toes

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

FOOTBALL Football: Al Jazeera-owned pay-television broadcaster beIN Sports acquired the US rights to the 2014 Fifa World Cup qualifier home games of all Concacaf nations, excluding the US and Mexico

FOOTBALL Football: UK public-service broadcaster the BBC renewed its highlights rights for the English Premier League for three seasons, from 2013-14 to 2015-16, in a deal worth £179.

American Football: The NFL Network, the pay-television broadcaster owned by the NFL, agreed a content deal with Outcast, operators of a petrol station digital TV network with 12,000 screens in stations…

Golf: UK pay-television broadcaster ESPN acquired exclusive rights for the 2011 Australian PGA Championship and 2011 Australian Open in a deal with the World Sport Group agency

Basketball: UK pay-television channel ESPN extended its rights for the Euroleague to cover the 2011-12 season in a deal with the league