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.
Live rights to French top flight football are in limbo after Mediapro and the Professional Football League (LFP) agreed to terminate their contract after a dispute between the two companies boiled over.
Mediapro’s president Jaume Roures has revealed that the Téléfoot channel launched in already has 600,000 subscribers.
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+ is taking its dispute with Mediapro to the courts, claiming the holder of the rights to France’s topflight football has treated it unfairly.
The Spanish multimedia group Mediapro has announced a “historic sentence” in the fight against audiovisual piracy in the country.
The first co-production produced by Mediapro on behalf of Orange Spain is a horror movie.
The Royal Spanish Football Association (RFEF) has denied media reports that the rights tender to the Copa del Rey have been suspended.
Live coverage of the CPL has begun on OneSoccer, a 24/7 channel and streaming platform created by Mediapro.