Singaporean telco Singtel has officially announced its carriage deal with SPOTV, the new pan-regional sports pay-television broadcaster in Asia-Pacific
Telco China Mobile has been announced as an official broadcaster of the 2021 Chinese Table Tennis Super League, an annual domestic team competition featuring China's top players
Recast, the UK-based direct-to-customer video platform, has acquired the rights to broadcast highlights and exclusive content from Table Tennis England, the governing body for the sport in England
World Table Tennis, the commercial arm of the of the International Table Tennis Federation, has signed a broadcast rights deal with Japanese terrestrial and satellite broadcaster TV Tokyo until 2024
Jonny Cowan, the European marketing manager at the International Table Tennis Federation, has been appointed to a role in Europe at World Table Tennis, the commercial arm of the international governing…
The World Table Tennis has appointed experienced industry executive Melissa Soobratty as senior media director to lead its overall media strategy
A showcase event for the new-look global table tennis tour being run by World Table Tennis began yesterday (Wednesday) in Macau, with broadcast coverage in 141 markets around the world
World Table Tennis, the new commercial arm of the International Table Tennis Federation, has developed its video archive in co-operation with Imagen, the UK-based video management platform business
World Table Tennis, the new commercial arm of the International Table Tennis Federation, is continuing conversations with a view to selling further shares to private equity investors
World Table Tennis, the new commercial arm of the International Table Tennis Federation, has appointed the IMG agency in a wide-ranging and long-term agreement that includes international media rights…
The International Table Tennis Federation has released details of World Table Tennis, its new in-house commercial arm, along with details of the new competitions that will take place from 2021 onwards
The International Table Tennis Federation has decided against awarding its commercial rights wholesale to an agency in its next cycle, and will instead use a combination of in-house expertise and agency…
The International Table Tennis Federation is close to announcing a Chinese investor as its long-term partner as part of a wider commercial overhaul, SportBusiness understands.
Steve Dainton, chief executive, and Matt Pound, marketing director, of the International Table Tennis Federation
The ITTF talks about its search for a new commercial partner.
The International Table Tennis Federation is set to become the latest governing body to abandon multiple short-term deals for its commercial rights in favour of a long-term strategic partnership, as it looks to at least double its commercial rights income by 2024.
The International Table Tennis Federation (ITTF) is seeking a long-term strategic partner to support its commercial vision for the sport