Swimming

Fina, the global governing body of aquatic sports, has agreed an eight-year rights deal with Brazilian pay-television broadcaster Globosat.

The world swimming federation earned a small fee increase in its renewal last week with Japanese commercial broadcaster TV Asahi.

Media rights clips from May 15 to May 28

Interview with Peter Hall, Fina’s head of marketing TV, on the federation’s new deal with commercial broadcaster TV Asahi in Japan.

Fina, the international aquatics federation, has renewed a rights deal in Japan with commercial broadcaster TV Asahi.

Media rights clips from January 16 to 29

USA

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.

Media rights clips from 10 October 23 October

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.

World swimming federation close to renewing deal with EBU

Fox is expanding in Brazil and won't be relying on football

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US cable-television broadcaster Universal Sports, part of US media group NBCUniversal, has extended rights for events operated by the USA Swimming national governing body

EBU warns federations that opting for agency cash might not work out in the long term; EBU renewals and losses in 2012

The World Sport Group agency revealed multi-platform coverage plans across regional television broadcasters and video streaming platforms for the inaugural Southeast Asian Swimming Championships