International sports broadcaster Eleven Sports Network has acquired live and exclusive rights in Singapore to the Fina Swimming World Cup.
The Ligue Européenne de Natation, the governing body for swimming in Europe, has agreed a four-year extension to its rights deal with the European Broadcasting Union, the consortium of public-service broadcasters.
Australian commercial broadcaster Seven has secured a long-term rights deal with the Swimming Australia governing body.
The IPC Swimming division of the International Paralympic Committee has said a record level of broadcast coverage has been secured for the 2015 IPC Swimming World Championships, which got underway today (Monday) in Glasgow, Scotland.
The International Paralympic Committee (IPC) will stream live coverage of its 2015 Swimming World Championships via the event’s official website.
Australian commercial broadcaster Seven will launch a set of free mobile applications next month to show live coverage of a series of sporting events.
Australian commercial broadcaster Seven has acquired rights for aquatic sport’s Fina World Championships.
Pay-television broadcaster beIN Media Group has agreed a four-year rights deal with the French Swimming Federation (FFN).
Pan-regional broadcaster Eurosport has reached an agreement to show the new Singapore Swim Stars swimming event in 51 European countries.
Fina, the global governing body of aquatic sports, has agreed an eight-year rights deal with Brazilian pay-television broadcaster Globosat.
Fina, the international aquatics federation, has renewed a rights deal in Japan with commercial broadcaster TV Asahi.
US sports broadcaster Universal Sports Network, a subsidiary of the NBC network, has entered into a multi-year rights deal with Fina, the global governing body of aquatic sports.
The IEC in Sports agency has extended its international media rights distribution deal with the International Aquatics Federation (Fina).
The European Broadcasting Union, the consortium of public-service broadcasters, has extended its European rights distribution deal with the International Swimming Federation (Fina) until 2017.