Number of live games set to grow substantially as part of dealMatch of the Day to continue after BBC buys highlights rightsThe Premier League has agreed a new deal with Sky and TNT Sports in which the competition will receive £6.7bn over four years for its UK television rights.In a swift resolution to what had been a highly anticipated process, the Premier League has renewed terms with its trusted broadcast partners. The deal, which runs from the 2025-26 season, will effectively keep its...
The Premier League has concluded a mammoth deal with Sky Sports to air the vast majority of the competition's football matches until 2028/29, with TNT Sports also picking up some rights and Amazon choosing not to bid.
Even more Premier League matches are heading to television in the UK. On Monday, the English top flight announced new media rights deals domestically with Sky Sports and TNT Sports, bringing upwards of 270 matches to television. The new agreements are four-year deals taking effect with the 2025-26 season. Notably, current rightsholder Amazon, which aired
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The Cup Series will include existing partners Fox Sports and NBC, which will feature a mix of broadcast and cable events. Five races will be on Fox and four on NBC.
Sky Sports will broadcast at least 215 matches per season during this period, including all 10 matches on the final day of the season for the first time.
German tabloid Bild's foray into traditional linear television is over, with its parent media group Axel Springer set to stop broadcasting free-to-air news channel Bild TV at the end of the year.
The issue around maintaining the Saturday 3pm blackout - meaning no games across the English football pyramid are shown on TV in the UK during that slot - routinely causes fierce debate.
The Sport Integrity Week to fight the manipulation of sports competitions