Featured Story

Channel Ten Interested In Australian Football League Broadcast Rights

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 08 / 27 / 14

Channel Ten "has signalled its interest in bidding" for the next Australian Football League broadcast rights, "even if the AFL decides it wants a 10-year agreement," according to Jon Pierik of THE AGE. AFL CEO Gillon McLachlan "has floated the prospect of an extended deal," with the present five-yea...

Read More

Tags: Media, Australia

More Stories

05/13/14
Brazil President Adjusts Work Schedule

Brazil President Dilma Rousseff "decreed a reduction in working hours during the World Cup on the days that Brazil has games," according to OLE. Employees of public organizations will "be free from work" at 12:30pm to enjoy matchdays. Brazilians "will not have problems getting together to watch Braz ...

Tags: Brazil, Events and Attractions

05/12/14
IOC: No Plans To Move 2016 Rio Games

The IOC said that London has not been approached about the possibility of staging the 2016 Olympics due to delays in Rio de Janeiro, "pouring cold water on English media reports that the Games could be moved," according to Karolos Grohmann of REUTERS. An IOC official said, "There is not a shred ...

Tags: Olympics, Brazil

05/12/14
São Paulo Airport Opens New Terminal

Brazil has "completed its biggest infrastructure project for the World Cup with only 32 days to spare, opening the country’s long-awaited new international airport terminal in São Paulo," according to Samantha Pearson of the FINANCIAL TIMES. In "defiance of critics who said it would not ...

Tags: Events and Attractions, Brazil

05/09/14
Hangin' With... Ricardo Trade

RICARDO TRADE is the CEO of the 2014 FIFA World Cup Local Organizing Committee. In his position, Trade works closely with FIFA to ensure a smooth execution of the tournament in Brazil. Trade has experience running a big sporting event as he was the operations director of 2007 Pan American Games in ...

Tags: People and Pop Culture, Brazil

05/09/14
Experian Fears Brazil World Cup

Experian shares fell 6% on Wednesday "after the data analytics group warned about the negative effects of the Brazil World Cup" and a reorganization of its U.S. consumer business, according to Andy Sharman of the FINANCIAL TIMES. Experian "provides credit checking services through its Serasa busines ...

Tags: Finance, Brazil

05/09/14
3.6 Billion Expected To Follow World Cup

Brazil's Tourism Ministry on Wednesday released a study predicting that approximately 3.6 billion people worldwide -- "nearly half the population of the planet" -- will follow the World Cup via TVs, cell phones or other devices receiving a TV signal, according to the EFE. The "predicted number" is 1 ...

Tags: Media, Brazil

05/08/14
Brazil Sports Minister Attacks English

Brazil Sports Minister Aldo Rebelo made a series of "provocative comments" on the English as he sought to defend his country’s "serious" security problems ahead of the World Cup, according to Tony Bonnici of the LONDON TIMES. Playing down the negative headlines, Rebelo said the outbreaks of vi ...

Tags: International Football, Brazil

05/08/14
Estadio Das Dunas Passes World Cup Test

The Estadio das Dunas staged its third World Cup test event on Saturday, with ABC defeating America-RN 2-0. The tests carried out by the Brazil 2014 Organizing Committee revealed that the stadium is all but ready for the tournament, which gets under way on June 12. In all, 10 operational areas were ...

Tags: Facilities, Brazil

05/07/14
World Cup Fans Have Hotel Options

Fans considering a trip to Brazil for the World Cup will see hotel prices are not as bad as some might think, according to World Cup Camping Rio co-Founder Andy Allan, who said that the large number of accommodation choices kept prices down. “I don’t think that people are being too silly ...

Tags: Events and Attractions, Brazil

05/07/14
Sponsors Included In World Cup Stickers

For the first time, among packs containing images of World Cup stars such as Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo, "fans in certain areas also will find stickers bearing the logos of World Cup sponsors," according to Panja & Spinetto of BLOOMBERG. In Brazil, "where a collection frenzy takes place ...

Tags: Marketing and Sponsorship, Brazil

Video Powered By - Castfire CMS Powered By - Sitecore

Report a Bug