The International Olympic Committee has robustly defended last week’s long-term deal with US media group NBCUniversal on the three key areas in which it has come under scrutiny.
Interview with Timo Lumme, the IOC’s managing director of television and marketing, about its new deal with NBCUniversal.
Canadian pay-television sports broadcaster TSN is to expand its service from two to five national channels.
International sports broadcaster ESPN has agreed a rights deal for the 2015 Special Olympics, which will take place in Los Angeles, US.
Korean commercial broadcaster KBS has agreed a deal to become the host broadcaster of the 2015 summer Universiade multi-sport event, which is taking place in the Korean city of Gwangju.
Glasgow Commonwealth Games on track to hit commercial revenue targets
If there is a common thread running through our stories this issue it is change. It is a process that all sports go through, usually to secure increased media exposure and revenue, and occasionally due to power struggles about how that revenue is divided.
The International World Games Association has launched an online video channel through its theworldgames.org website.
Canadian public-service broadcaster CBC has agreed a rights deal for the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games multi-sport event.
Media rights clips from February 27 to March 12
African pay-television broadcaster SuperSport and public-service broadcaster Botswana Television are set to acquire media rights to the Africa Youth Games national multi-sport event, according to the Botswana Gazette newspaper.