Switzerland-based UniqFEED has been selected to deliver its virtual advertising solution for this weekend’s Davis Cup tennis tie between Greece and Slovakia at the Panathenaic Stadium in Athens.
TV2, the commercial broadcaster in Norway, has finally got its hands on men's tennis ATP Tour, acquiring an extensive package of rights in a three-year deal
A number of Disney channels, including sports broadcaster ESPN, went dark yesterday (Thursday) for Charter Spectrum subscribers amid a dispute over the terms of a carriage agreement.
Greek pay-television broadcaster Cosmote has retained exclusive ATP Tour rights for another three seasons, strengthening its grip on the property until 2026
Pay-television broadcaster beIN Sports has renewed its rights across the Middle East and North Africa to the US Open tennis grand slam for a further five years as part of a deal announced shortly before…
TWG Global, the investment vehicle of US billionaire Mark Walter, has acquired a minority stake in a joint venture set up with the International Tennis Federation to commercialise the Billie Jean King…
Spanish telecoms operator Telefónica has acquired rights to this month’s US Open grand slam tennis tournament.
Income at ATP Media, the ATP Tour’s international media rights sales and broadcast production arm, dipped slightly in 2022 due to the non-recurrence of an insurance payout for the cancellation of the S…
The US Open tennis tournament has emerged from a difficult sales process in the German-speaking region with a long-term media rights deal with streaming platform operator DOSB New Media.
Sportdeutschland.TV, the streaming platform of DOSB New Media, has secured exclusive rights to the US Open grand slam tennis tournament across the DACH region.
Pay-television broadcaster Sport TV agreed to pay a minor increase to renew its rights for Wimbledon, from 2023 to 2026.
David Haggerty, president of the International Tennis Federation, has hailed the "robust" finances and "strong commercial" future of the governing body, two months ahead of an election where he faces a serious challenge.
UK public-service broadcaster the BBC drew its highest peak audience for the Wimbledon men’s singles tennis final since 2016 as Carlos Alcaraz picked up his maiden title yesterday (Sunday).
Pay-television broadcaster Sport TV has agreed to renew its exclusive rights in Portugal to Wimbledon, SportBusiness understands
ATP Media, the global broadcast production and distribution arm of tennis’ ATP Tour, has renewed a deal with IMG Replay for the management and licensing of the ATP Tour archive video content.
Wimbledon is close to renewals in two vital territories – Australia and the Indian subcontinent – while discussions are also underway over renewals in France and Japan, two other major markets for the grand slam.