German pay-TV operator Sky Deutschland will produce and broadcast the final game of domestic football cup DFB Pokal on May 30, 2015 in Berlin in Ultra HD.
Next Generation Sports Network (NGSN) has launched a beta version of its US sports network offering 24/7 OTT access to thousands of football matches of seven European and South American leagues via internet and mobile.
DFL Sports Enterprises has allocated the international audiovisual media rights for Germany’s domestic football league Bundesliga for the 2015/16 and 2016/17 seasons in 18 countries in Europe and beyond.
Eurosport has acquired the pan-European TV rights (with the exception of the UK) for the Indian Super League in football and will transmit 16 games of the league’s debut season spanning from October 12 to December 20, 2014 live on Eurosport 2.
DFL Sports Enterprises, the rights sales subsidiary of Germany’s national football association Deutsche Fußball Liga (DFL), has opened the tender for the allocation of the international audiovisual media rights of the first and second-division Bundesliga for the 2015/16 and 2016/17 seasons in various European territories and neighbouring states.
German sports channel sportdigital has acquired the broadcast rights for two further international football leagues.
German pay-TV sports channel sportdigital will add Belgium’s first-division football league to its schedule and report live from the Jupiler League from the 2014/15 season.
The live rights to all Belgian Jupiler Pro League games have been awarded to all three major TV platforms in the country, Telenet, VOO and Belgacom TV.
Discovery Communications’ Eurosport is bidding for Italian soccer TV rights, reports Bloomberg.
Spain’s Professional Football League (LFP) wants to put an end to broadcasters gaining free access to stadia to record highlights of games.