Nordic Entertainment (Nent) Group has once again blown away competition from Nordic public-service broadcasters for winter sports content, acquiring exclusive rights to International Skating Union events from the Infront agency.
Nordic Entertainment (Nent) Group has gained a foothold in winter sports in the Nordics with its shock acquisition of a host of properties from the Infront agency.
The Infront agency’s acquisition of the International Skating Union’s global media rights is the latest plank in the company’s strategy to dominate the winter sports rights market. T
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Pay-television broadcaster Sky has agreed a three-year deal to cover Winter Games NZ, New Zealand’s annual international winter sports event. Sky's deal covers the editions running from 2019 to 2021.
Nordic Entertainment (Nent) Group announced on Thursday the acquisition of exclusive rights to International Skating Union events in Denmark, Finland, Norway and Sweden, adding to its growing portfolio…
The Eurovision Sport division of the European Broadcasting Union consortium of public-service broadcasters has appointed Robert Portman as head of winter sport
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