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05 Oct 2010
Sportcal Consultant Catherine Davies reports on the distribution of television money from the Olympic Games, which has long been a source of contention among the international federations of Olympic sports, and a new review of the system that rewards the 26 federations that share close to 25 per cent of the total after each summer games looks certain to provoke new unrest.
08 Sep 2010
Sportcal senior sports researcher and European soccer competition specialist Ezechiel Abatan studies the success of leading marketing agencies in securing media distribution rights for Uefa Euro 2012 qualifiers.
26 Jul 2010
The Fifa World Cup is one of the biggest draws on television of any type of programming, across all genres, and around the world. In this survey, Sportcal’s research team has gathered the television viewing figures from a selection of countries to determine the size and scale of the audiences who watched the games of their home teams as well as the final match between Spain and the Netherlands.
06 Jul 2010
In the lead-up to this summer’s Fifa World cup, Sportcal researcher Daphne Chan speaks to Mile Jovanovic, head of sports at public-service broadcaster Radio-television Slovenia (RTV), who reveals the broadcaster’s 2010 FIFA World Cup programming line-up and his views on the broadcast climate in Slovenia during the World Cup campaign, projections on the performance for this year – as well as his take on Team Slovenia’s chances in the soccer event of the year…
12 May 2010
A group of 27 Spanish Liga first- and second-division soccer clubs voted on Monday, during the Liga’s annual general assembly, for political intervention in a growing row over the sale of club media rights.
03 Feb 2010
Canal Plus Events, the events and broadcast rights distribution arm of the pay-television broadcaster Canal Plus, has launched a tender for the broadcast rights of French soccer’s top-tier Ligue 1 in the Americas and Australia, excluding the territory of Brazil.
16 Jul 2009
Sportcal head of research Catherine Davies analyses the impact of the planned merger between Cuatro and La Sexta, the commercial channels belonging to erstwhile enemies, media group Prisa and sports rights agency Mediapro.