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05 May 2017
Using Sportcal’s Directory Dashboard – available to subscribers of the Media Intelligence Centre – Sportcal Media analyses the effect on broadband internet subscriptions of the acquisition of sports rights by three telecoms firms in major European countries.
10 Dec 2015
Premium sports content has long been considered the lifeblood of pay-TV in Europe, building empires such as the UK’s Sky, Canal Plus in France, Spain and Poland, Scandinavia’s Viasat, and Eurosport.
26 Nov 2015
Sports rights fees in China have made huge jumps for top properties such as basketball’s NBA, Spanish soccer's La Liga and WTA Tour tennis. These rights are also moving from traditional viewing platforms.
02 Apr 2015
The fight against illegal streaming of live sports content received a welcome boost last week when a High Court in Paris ordered RojaDirecta.me, the notorious Spanish website, to take down all links to unauthorised streams of French Ligue 1 and Ligue 2 matches.
07 Oct 2014
Latin America is a vast area made up of the 10 Spanish and Portuguese-speaking countries forming the South American continent, the six states in the Central American isthmus and Mexico to the north, and is home to nearly 600 million people. In terms of rights sold on a pan-regional basis, Latin America is split between Portuguese-speaking Brazil and the remaining countries, where Spanish is spoken, and which often include the Caribbean islands of Puerto Rico and the Dominican Republic.
31 Jul 2014
Spain’s Liga BBVA, the first division soccer league, has long been acknowledged as one of the top leagues in the world, vying for the honours with England’s Premier League. The league’s results over the past few years would certainly attest to that, with Real Madrid’s resounding win, its 10th, over cross-city rival Atlético in last season’s Uefa Champions League final, while top-five Liga contender Sevilla took the Europa League title for the third time in a decade.
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