A TV broadcaster will in future not be able to acquire all domestic pay-TV rights for the live games of Germany’s national football league Bundesliga across all distribution platforms.
Around one year ahead of the expiration of the current contracts, DFL Sports Enterprises has announced the tender of the international audiovisual media rights of Germany’s domestic football league Bundesliga for more than 50 European and neighbouring territories.
German media authority LPR has opened a tender for DTT capacity covering the Rhine Main area including Frankfurt suitable for the transmission of at least one TV channel.
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.
MA HSH, the media authority of German federal states Hamburg and Schleswig-Holstein, has launched proceedings for the allocation of a slot for digital terrestrial distribution of a TV channel in Schleswig-Holstein.
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.
LPR Hessen, the local media authority of German federal state Hessen, has opened a tender for the allocation of DTT capacity to a TV channel on a multiplex serving Frankfurt and surroundings.