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The World Squash Federation’s 2019 Men’s World Team Championship will be broadcast live across the globe through an agreement between tournament host Squash On Fire, the WSF and SquashTV, the broadcasting arm…

The Professional Squash Association, global governing body for the men’s and women’s game, has agreed a long-term partnership with video-sharing platform Dailymotion.

Action Images, the sports media agency owned by news agency Reuters, has agreed content partnerships with golf’s PGA Tour, the Professional Squash Association and the Lagardère Sports agency.

The Professional Squash Association (PSA) has signed a multi-year rights agreement with social media platform Facebook


Media rights clips from November 27 to December 10

FOOTBALL Football: The IMG Media agency agreed a three-year extension to its deal for the media rights on aeroplanes and ships for English Premier League football, from 2013-14 to 2015-16

Motorsport: Austrian public-service broadcaster ORF extended its rights deal with Formula One until 2014. The rights include interviews, archive footage, practice and qualifying rounds and the race itself

Serie A punch-up to be followed by survey ... Starhub stocks up channel ... Danish delay after lowball bids ... Hearn takes Prizefighter to US

Rugby League: Pan-regional broadcaster Setanta Asia acquired rights for the Australian National Rugby League’s Premiership and State of Origin competitions in a two-year deal, covering 2011 and 2012, w…

Boxing: German public service broadcaster ARD extended its television rights deal with boxing promoter Sauerland for one more year, taking it to the end of 2012, paying about €14m ($21m).

A show of sporting solidarity by world's top squash players saved this year's event, after prize money fell to half last year's level

AOL Time Warner pulled out of the bidding for the rights for the 2010 and 2012 Olympic Games because, it said, it could not meet the International Olympic Committee’s tender requirements.

Audiovisual Sport, the football rights-holding company for Spain’s two main pay-television companies, said it valued the rights of all 20 clubs in the Primera Liga at €200m a season, 25 per cent less tha…

Many officials across squash are highly critical of the Professional Squash Association

Motorsport: German pay-broadcaster Premiere extended its deal for live Formula One rights by one year, until the end of the 2007 season.