Broadcasting rights

Broadcasting rights are rights which a broadcasting organization negotiates with a commercial concern - such as a sports governing body or film distributor - in order to show that company's products on television or radio, either live, delayed or highlights.

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1998 FIFA World Cup broadcasting rights

FIFA, through several companies, sold the rights for the broadcast of the 1998 FIFA World Cup to the following broadcasters.

2002 FIFA World Cup broadcasting rights

FIFA, through several companies, have sold the rights for the broadcast of 2002 FIFA World Cup to the following broadcasters.

2006 FIFA World Cup broadcasting rights

FIFA, through several companies, have sold the rights for the broadcast of 2006 FIFA World Cup to the following broadcasters.

2010 FIFA World Cup broadcasting rights

FIFA, through several companies, sold the rights for the broadcast of 2010 FIFA World Cup to the following broadcasters.

2014 FIFA World Cup broadcasting rights

The broadcasting rights for the 2014 FIFA World Cup were sold directly by FIFA, or through licensed companies or organizations such as the European Broadcasting Union, Organización de Televisión Iberoamericana, African Union of Broadcasting, International Media Content, Inter-Sports Marketing, M-League, Dentsu, RS International Broadcasting & Sports Management and MP & Silva. Airlines companies such as Etihad Airways had in-flight live telecasts of all 64 matches.Several territories and countries (for example, India, Italy, Algeria, Korea Republic) are grouped as they share common broadcasters, and sometimes, common geographic space.

2014 ICC World Twenty20

The 2014 ICC World Twenty20 was the fifth ICC World Twenty20 competition, an international Twenty20 cricket tournament, that took place in Bangladesh from 16 March to 6 April 2014. It was played in three cities — Dhaka, Chittagong and Sylhet. The International Cricket Council announced Bangladesh as host in 2010. It was the second consecutive time that an Asian country is hosting this event, as Sri Lanka hosted the previous tournament in 2012. Sri Lanka won the tournament, beating India by 6 wickets in the final at Mirpur.

2018 FIFA World Cup broadcasting rights

FIFA, through several companies, sold the broadcasting rights for the 2018 FIFA World Cup to the following broadcasters.

2023 FIFA Women's World Cup

The 2023 FIFA Women's World Cup will be the ninth edition of the FIFA Women's World Cup, the quadrennial international women's football championship contested by the national teams of the member associations of FIFA. The tournament will involve 24 national teams, including that of the host nation, assuming the current format of the finals is maintained.

In July 2019, FIFA president Gianni Infantino proposed an expansion of the Women's World Cup from 24 to 32 teams, possibly starting with the 2023 edition, as well as doubling the tournament's prize money.

EFL League Two

The English Football League Two (often referred to as League Two for short or Sky Bet EFL League Two for sponsorship reasons) is the third and lowest division of the English Football League (EFL) and fourth-highest division overall in the English football league system.

Football League Two was introduced for the 2004–05 season. It was previously known as the Football League Third Division. Before the advent of the Premier League in 1992, the fourth-highest division was known as the Football League Fourth Division.

At present (2018–19 season), Morecambe hold the longest tenure in League Two, last being outside the division in the 2006–07 season when they were promoted from the league then known as the Conference National (now the National League). There are currently three former Premier League clubs competing in League Two: Bradford City, Oldham Athletic and Swindon Town.

List of UEFA Champions League broadcasters

This is a list of television broadcasters which provide coverage of the UEFA Champions League, European football's top level continental competition, as well as the UEFA Super Cup. Starting from 2018–19 season, during the group stage, two matches will kick off at 18:55 CET and the rest of the matches, including the knockout phase will kick-off at 21:00 CET.UEFA sells the broadcast rights in a three-season basis and various packages are available for bidders, with UEFA weighing balance between free and pay television under the UEFA and European Union (EU) agreement. While balancing between free and pay television, if the rights do not sell within "sales windows", the rights may be sold on an individual basis to pay-per-view television broadcasters.The 2010 final attracted an audience of 109 million people around the world, a record number for the competition, and replaced the Super Bowl as the most-watched annual sports event.

Punk'd

Punk'd is an American hidden camera–practical joke reality television program that first aired on MTV in 2003. It was created by Ashton Kutcher and Jason Goldberg, with Kutcher serving as producer and host. It bears a resemblance to both the classic hidden camera show Candid Camera and to TV's Bloopers & Practical Jokes, which also featured pranks on celebrities. Being "punk'd" referred to being the victim of such a prank. New episodes hosted by King Bach and DeStorm Power aired on BET.

On June 4, 2019, it was announced that a new reboot of the series will premiere in Quibi.

TEN Sports Pakistan

TEN Sports Pakistan is a Pakistani pay-TV sports channel part of Sony Television Network, which is owned by Sony Corporation Japan. The channel owns the broadcasting rights for many sports events, such as ICC matches and the ICC Cricket World Cup. MSM Asia Limited, a UK based entity is the owner of this channel Ten Sports mainly telecasts Cricket matches.

UEFA Euro 2000 broadcasting rights

The article lists about the broadcasting rights for UEFA Euro 2000.

UEFA Euro 2004 broadcasting rights

Below is the list of confirmed broadcasting rights holders for UEFA Euro 2004.

UEFA Euro 2008 broadcasting rights

This is the article listing about the broadcasting rights for UEFA Euro 2008. Previously UEFA had sold the rights to the tournament through the European Broadcasting Union (EBU) but for 2008 they worked through the sales agency Sportfive, with which UEFA expected it can increase by more than 600 million the revenue that it can generate.

UEFA Euro 2012 broadcasting rights

Below is the list of confirmed broadcasting right holders for UEFA Euro 2012. European Broadcasting Union and Sportfive acts as the agent who responsible for TV right sales in Europe and Asia-Pacific respectively.Eurosport has also secured the rights to broadcast the matches on tape delay in 58 European countries.

UEFA Euro 2016 broadcasting rights

UEFA Euro 2016 is a football tournament scheduled to take place in June and July 2016 involving 24 men's national teams from nations affiliated to the Union of European Football Associations (UEFA). The tournament was broadcast via television and radio all over the world, with the rights divided between various nations and wider territories (e.g. Sub-Saharan Africa and the Caribbean nations).

In addition, IMG secured the in-flight and on-ship broadcasting rights.

UEFA Euro 2020 broadcasting rights

UEFA Euro 2020 is a football tournament scheduled to take place in June and July 2020 involving 24 men's national teams from nations affiliated to the Union of European Football Associations (UEFA). The tournament will be broadcast via television and radio all over the world.

UEFA European Qualifiers broadcasting rights

List of broadcasters of the UEFA Euro 2020 qualifying and European section of the 2022 FIFA World Cup qualifiers (branded as "European Qualifiers" by UEFA), UEFA Nations League and several friendly matches organized by UEFA. The rights also includes the final matches at the end of UEFA Nations League season.

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