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Sport1 Looking To Renew Broadcast Rights Deal With MLB Beyond 2016 Season

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 10 / 27 / 16

German sports network Sport1 is considering renewing its broadcast rights deal with MLB, capitalizing on the heightened interested in the ongoing World Series between Chicago and Cleveland. The network's current contract with the league will expire...

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Match Of The Day Pulls In 3 Million

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Leicester Win Makes Papers Worldwide

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Argentine TV station TyC Sports  "has fired shots at Donald Trump ," using the U.S. Republican presidential candidate's speech to promote Lionel Messi and the Argentine national team ahead of this summer's Copa America Centenario . A clip from Trump's speech is played to "fire up the ...

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Gallop Wants A-League On Commercial TV

Football Federation Australia CEO David Gallop wants the A-League shown on a commercial TV network, "but insists it has to be at the right price," according to Roje Adaimy of THE ROAR. FFA Chair Steven Lowy last week labeled as “unsatisfactory” the current free-to-air arrangement with SB ...

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Weibo Sees 18% Growth In Sports

China’s leading social media platform Weibo "has seen an 18% growth in sports teams, leagues and players using the site" -- there are now 1,200 official sports organizations on the platform, according to Paul Nicholson of INSIDE WORLD FOOTBALL. The most popular football team on Weibo is 2015 A ...

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Snapchat Will Showcase Rio Olympics

Snapchat "scored a deal with Comcast Corp.'s NBC to show highlights from the 2016 Summer Games, the first time the U.S. network has agreed to share video of the sporting contest," according to Sarah Frier of BLOOMBERG. Snapchat Inc. will "set up a dedicated channel on the mobile app for the gam ...

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UEFA Opens French TV Rights Tender

The broadcast rights for the French national football team matches for the period of ’18-22 “have been put up for sale by UEFA,” according to Étienne Moatti of L’ÉQUIPE. In total, five “packages” were made available by CAA Eleven, the exclusive agenc ...

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Sky Partners With DHL

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Mediaset Will Not Acquire Euro Rights

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PPTV Secures EPL TV Rights

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