Plans by France’s football authority to breathe life into its collapsed TV rights deal have failed after an auction failed to reach the reserve price.
The French Professional Football League (LFP) has outlined its plans for a tender for the broadcast rights to the Ligue 1 and Ligue 2.
Mediapro’s president Jaume Roures has indicated that he will lower the value of the TV rights contract with the French Professional Football Association (LPF).
Canal+ and Bein Sport have agreed to pay a portion of the amount owed to the French football league.
Canal+ is refusing to pay the Professional Football League (LFP) the €110 million due for the broadcast rights to Ligue 1.
Mediapro says it plans to launch a football channel in France after it secured the rights to the three principal broadcasting packages for Ligue 1.
Canal+ is to start coverage of French Ligue 1 football in Ultra HD.
Canal+ Group and France’s Professional Football League (LFP) have signed an agreement on coverage of games in Ligue 1 and Domino’s Ligue 2.
The French football league says pay-TV channel Canal+ is in breach of contract.
La Ligue de football professionnel (LFP) has announced plans to launch its own dedicated pay-TV channel.