The World Surf League has moved to apologise to fans following complaints concerning Facebook’s coverage of its events.
The World Surf League is set to almost double the value of its media rights in Australia via a new deal with pay-television broadcaster Fox Sports, TV Sports Markets has learned
The World Surf League has expanded its global digital rights deal with Facebook, securing a significantly higher fee.
The World Surf League has extended its rights deal with the CBS Sports division of US network CBS and has agreed a new partnership with Bleacher Report Live, the OTT sports service from media company Turner.
Pay-television sports broadcaster ESPN Brasil has extended its rights to the World Surf League, while Brazilian telco Bandeirantes has agreed a deal with the Professional Bull Riders organisation.
Social media platform Facebook has sealed an exclusive digital partnership with the World Surf League.
International sports broadcaster Eleven Sports Network has acquired rights to International Surfing Association events in a number of markets around the world.
International sports broadcaster Eurosport has acquired highlights rights in the Asia-Pacific region for four leading surfing events through an agreement with the International Surfing Association.
The International Surfing Association has named the Broadreach Media agency as the exclusive distributor of its media rights in a host of territories.
Australian live streaming platform Epicentre.TV has acquired rights to the men’s World Bodyboarding Tour through an agreement with the Association of Professional Bodyboarders.
The World Surf League has agreed a rights partnership with US pay-television broadcaster Universal Sports Network.
Brazilian pay-television broadcaster Globosat has signed a multi-year partnership to show events from the World Surf League.
US sports broadcaster Universal Sports Network has reached an agreement with the Association of Surfing Professionals to provide live or same-day coverage of its remaining events in 2014.
The IMG Media agency has agreed a “long-term” deal to become a media distribution partner of the Association of Surfing Professionals from 2014.
Association of Surfing Professionals International has agreed rights deals with video-sharing website YouTube and US pay-television broadcaster ESPN.