Media

Saran Media Group has acquired international basketball rights in Turkey, the Czech Republic and Slovakia from Fiba, continuing the latter’s series of deals announced in Europe.

OTT streaming platform Portable.TV has secured worldwide streaming rights to the Kontinental Hockey League and will show a mixture of highlights and full-length games. Portable

The International Cycling Union (UCI) has secured live coverage of its Track Champions League in the Baltics through an agreement between TV3 Group and Discovery, its global promoter and media rights distributor

Fiba has agreed a broadcast deal in New Zealand with telco Spark for its international basketball competitions until 2025, the latest in a series of such agreements announced this week

Eleven Italy has landed a deal with Fiba for live coverage of international basketball events in the country until 2025. The streaming platform, which relaunched on its parent’s platform ElevenSports.c

Fiba, the world basketball governing body, has reached an agreement with Spanish public-service broadcaster RTVE for rights to the Spanish basketball team’s international matches until 2025.

United Media’s pay-television broadcaster Sportklub has acquired exclusive media rights in the Balkans for the next two editions of the Africa Cup of Nations, as well as the knockout phases of the TotalEnergies C…

Viewership of the first two events of FIS Ski Jumping World Cup in Poland reached an average of 2

Nordic Entertainment (Nent) Group’s subscription streaming platform Viaplay has acquired rights to Europe’s mixed martial arts organisation KSW in 10 countries.

Uefa has secured a modest increase for its club competition rights in Hungary thanks to its new deals with MTVA, AMC Networks and RTL.

The NBA secured a big uplift fee in Greece, while a late agreement with beIN in the Middle East and North Africa resulted in a decline.

United Media is paying increases in multiple territories for rights to events hosted by Fiba, world basketball’s governing body, in a pan-regional deal covering the Balkans, Greece, Cyprus and Bulgaria.

Romania’s public broadcaster TVR has missed a payment to the European Broadcasting Union for rights to the 2022 Fifa World Cup, putting the fate of its existing agreement at risk.

Slovakia’s public-service broadcaster RTVS has reached a deal to show half of the national team’s matches during the 2022-23 to 2027-28 cycle.

Fiba, the world basketball governing body, has grown its footprint in North America by signing a long-term agreement with Canadian pay-television broadcaster Sportsnet

AMC Networks International has secured rights to the Slovak national football team’s matches until 2028, along with third-party Uefa national team rights in the Czech Republic and Slovakia.

EuroLeague Basketball has struck a late agreement with L’Équipe Group, which will broadcast selected matches in France, a major market where Europe’s top-tier club competition had not managed to secur…