TV Rights

Sep 25, 2018  |  Trace Urban and Trace Sports Stars Are Being Offered For Free On Iflix

The SVOD platform Iflix has agreed to a partnership with TRACE, a youth media afro-urban entertainment channel, to provide two of its channels for free to iflix users globally. This collaborative effort is aimed at iflix’s younger audience. iflix has ...


Jul 02, 2018  |  It's France Vs China As StarTimes Joins West Africa's TV Market

Players in the pay-tv industry in Africa see a tug of war for media supremacy between France and China through the Canal + and Startimes respectively. It was observed that a few months after Chinese media company StarTimes entered Ivory ...


Jun 19, 2018  |  PRIME Television Partners With Kwese For Broadcast Rights To Russia 2018

Kwese has offered a sub-license to PRIME TV a local TV in Lusaka, the capital of Zambia to televise the world's most recognised Football tournament. While speaking in Lusaka during the signing ceremony, the Managing Director for Prime TV Gerald ...


Jun 14, 2018  |  Egypt Acquires Rights To Broadcast 22 World Cup Games On National TV

The World Cup frenzy is at its peak, and Egypt and FIFA has finally agreed that 22 of the 64 World Cup games will be aired on its National TV. This decision finally came through after the talks between both ...


BBC Studios Signs Raft Of New Deals With African Broadcasters

The new BBC Studios has announced that it has sold more than 300 hours of programming to broadcasters across Africa. Content that has been sold includes flagship titles like Planet Earth II, Blue Planet II and Hustle. Since the beginning ...

Kenya Premier League On Why It Went With MediaPro Instead Of StarTimes For Broadcast Rights

Mr Jack Oguda, the Chief Executive Officer of Kenyan Premier League, has defended the decision of the League to reject the rights broadcast deal offered by StarTimes and also clarified his organisation's involvement with MediaPro in producing the Kenyan Premier ...

Canal+ Afrique And Kwese Sports Secures France's "Ligue 1" Broadcast Rights

The French "Ligue 1"  have agreed on broadcast rights deals for the sub-Sahara Africa region for the next six season, starting from 2018/2019 until 2023/24. The broadcast rights were awarded to Canal+ Afrique who will hold the rights to show ...

Amazon May Bid For Streaming Rights To English Premier League

The US tech giant, Amazon.com Inc is reportedly planning a bid for the streaming rights to the coveted English Premier League games. Said to be part of its business strategy, the quest for EPL rights will, according to experts, bring ...

Multichoice Did Not Agree On A USD10 Million Carriage Rights Contract With ANN7

DStv South Africa has said that it did not agree to pay the Gupta family linked media organisation ANN7 the sum of USD 10 Milion as carriage rights fees for its TV channels. A source of Multichoice DStv confirmed that ...

SuperSport Corners The Premier League Until May 2022

SuperSport have extended the rights to Premier League from England until 2020. According to a press release from the organisation, the new extension means that SuperSport will retain the rights to all 380 league matches across all the distribution channels. ...

CAF Looking To Review And 'Reverse' 10-Year TV Broadcast Rights Deal With Lagardere

The new boss of the Confederation of African Football (CAF) has strongly suggested that the organisation might review the TV broadcast rights awarded to French company Lagardere by his predecessor, Mr. Issa Hayatou. Mr Ahmad Ahmad, from Malagasy, told reporters ...


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