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Manchester City’s Amazon documentary shows clubs needn’t fear giving away access

It was sheer dumb luck that Amazon caught one of the most impressive seasons in history, but Manchester City’s willingness to give them the access shows clubs don’t have to be fearful of outside publishers.

Borussia Dortmund re-launch OTT platform BVB-TV with Sportradar

Borussia Dortmund launch new OTT platform with the help of Sportradar.

The unintended consequence of the rise of OTT in sport

As live-streaming platforms start to snap up some of the biggest sports rights, the unintended consequence seems to be the rise of new ‘free-to-air’ possibilities.

Digital Sport Insider Podcast: DAZN aim to change the way boxing is watched in the US

Joe Markowski of DAZN speaks to Dan McLaren about the live-streaming platform’s entry into the US rights market.

Eleven Sports to show 2018 PGA Championship for free across multiple platforms

The live-streaming platform has added to another big sporting event to its portfolio – this time golf’s final major of the year.

Live-streaming no longer the elephant in the room as Premier League looks to crack down

Illegal streaming isn’t what rightsholders want to be thinking about when they sell rights to broadcasters, but it’s an issue to be taken seriously.

Eleven Sports secures UK rights to Serie A to go alongside their La Liga coverage

Eleven Sports strikes another huge blow, securing exclusive UK Serie A rights for the next three seasons.

Facebook win media rights Premier League football in Southeast Asia

Facebook and Amazon are gobbling up rights to the biggest sporting events – soon we’ll see just how good their broadcasts are.

Another coup for Facebook as it buys up rights to Champions League games in Brazil

The speculation and innuendo around live-streaming giants knocking traditional broadcasters off their perch when it comes to snapping up rights to the world’s biggest sporting events is unending. It is

NFL rumours hint that Amazon want to be more than a Premier League broadcaster

Amazon is extending its reach in sport, but recent mumblings around the NFL might show that the plan is to be more than just a broadcaster.