Rugby League

Organisers of the 2021 Rugby League World Cup have opted to go to market with broadcast rights in Australia, before looking to strike deals in New Zealand, Canada and the US

Pay-television broadcaster beIN Sports has agreed a deal with rights-holder Sky to resume its French coverage of the Super League, the top tier of rugby league in the UK

International sports broadcaster ESPN has acquired rights in Africa to the NRL Australian rugby league competition

The UK-based media rights agency RDA has been appointed to sell international broadcast rights to this year’s Rugby League World Cup.

UK public service broadcaster the BBC has kept its outlay on rugby league’s Challenge Cup steady in its latest renewal, for the 2022-24 cycle.

The BBC and the Rugby Football League have agreed a three-year extension to the public-service broadcaster’s deal for domestic rights to rugby league's Challenge Cup, keeping the competition's latter s…

The UK-based media rights agency RDA has acquired the rights to exclusively distribute a documentary about rugby league’s Great Britain Lions’ 2019 tour to broadcasters worldwide.

Super League rugby and the Rugby Football League are believed to have initiated the sales process in the UK for media rights to their respective properties

A host broadcast services invitation to tender has been launched for the 2021 Rugby League World Cup in England, with interested companies handed a bid deadline of August 13

RLWC2021, the organising committee of the next edition of the Rugby League World Cup in England, has struck an agreement with International Rugby League which will see the two parties work together on…

UK pay-television broadcaster Sky has today (Monday) confirmed an agreement with the Rugby Football League over Super League clubs’ television revenues for the 2020 season, which remains suspended due t…

Australian telco Telstra is set to lose its National Rugby League mobile rights after the current cycle ends in 2022, as the league looks to preserve greater exclusivity for its television partners

Australia’s National Rugby League (NRL) has today (Thursday) marked the resumption of its 2020 season by agreeing fresh rights deals with pay-television operator Foxtel and commercial free-to-air broadcaster N…

Australia's National Rugby League has been reported by local media to be this week agreeing seven-year domestic media rights deals worth nearly A$2.3bn ($1.5bn/€1.4bn).

Australian broadcasters Foxtel and Nine are seeking reductions in their rights fees for the NRL this year of between 16 per cent and 24 per cent, according to the Sydney Morning Herald

Australia's National Rugby League is close to a renegotiation and extension of its domestic media-rights deals with pay-television operator Foxtel and commercial free-to-air broadcaster Nine, according…

Seven has reportedly reached out to the National Rugby League about potentially picking up rights to the Australian club competition, but fellow commercial broadcaster Ten is said to have declined to become…