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Claro Sports to broadcast the Bundesliga in Latin America

Claro (America Movil) announced it has acquired the rights to broadcast the Bundesliga (football league soon to start in Germany) for Latin America, not including Brazil, where the rights belong to Band and the sports news and statistics app OneFootball. According to what Claro officially reported, from last September 20th, the company started to broadcast [...]

DAZN reduces its operations in Brazil due to the Coronavirus pandemic

As reported by the specialized Brazilian website UOL, from DAZN, OTT that has been operating in Brazil for almost two years, they announced that these will be reduced, with the aim of reducing their costs worldwide after the financial impact that the Coronavirus pandemic caused on the platform. From DAZN, so far, they have not [...]

Netflix to make new Ayrton Senna’s bioseries with Gullane

Netflix announced this Thursday a new original series for Brazil. It is a bioseries based on the life of the legendary Brazilian pilot Ayrton Senna. The project will be produced by Gullane, with the active participation of Sennas family. The series will be produced in English and Portuguese and will premiere in 2022. The eight-episode [...]

Globo not to broadcast Formula 1 in 2021

Brazilian Globo Group has recently announced its decision not to renew the TV rights agreement of Formula 1, the highest motorsport competition worldwide, for the 2021 season. The current agreement for Brazil, through which Globo broadcasts the races, classification and trainings on FTA TV (TV Globo) and pay TV (Sportv), is scheduled to finish at [...]

Band renews agreement with DAZN to broadcast Brasileirão’s C series

Brazilian company Grupo Bandeirantes announced days ago it has renewed the  agreement  it had run in 2019 DAZN to broadcast the Brasileirãos C series matches. As reported by several specialized websites in Brazil, the renewal will last until the end of the competition, and will be valid until January 31st, 2021. Matches will be broadcast [...]

Globo and DAZN finishes TV broadcasting rights agreements with Conmebol in Brazil for Copa Libertadores and Copa Sudamericana

The Brazilian group Globo and the OTT DAZN, which began its operations in Brazil in May last year and is currently working on its expansion plans to more countries in Latin America and the rest of the world, decided to finish the TV broadcasting rights agreements they had available with the South American Football Confederation [...]

Fanatiz to distribute the Brasileirão for Latin America and the world, except from Brazil

Fanatiz announced a groundbreaking new partnership to broadcast Brazils Championship A & B Series Leagues, better known as the Brasileirão, globally, outside of Brazil. For the first time since 2018, the Brasileirão, beloved to football fans globally and one of the worlds top 10 football leagues, will be fully available to its followers. The Brasileirão [...]

IFT grants new deadline for Disney to sell Fox Sports in Mexico

Mexican Telecommunications Federal Institute (IFT) officially reported this Wednesday, August 4th, that it has granted a new deadline for Disney to sell Fox Sports operations in the country, according to what the Mexican regulator established to approve the merger between The Walt Disney Company and 21st Century Fox, which took place in March 2019. The [...]

Globo warns Turner on Brasileirão’s TV broadcasting rights

The Brazilian Football Confederation (CBF) published the schedule for the first 10 fixture dates of the Brasileirão, name under which the Brazilian Professional Football League is known, together with the days, times and channels that will broadcast each match of the competition. That same day, Globo sent a notification to Turner, where it reports that [...]

Conmebol confirms schedule to resume the Copa Libertadores

After Conmebol confirmed its decision to resume the Copa Libertadores right next September 15th, the entity reported yesterday the fixture dates and times of the competition matches, which was cancelled due to the Coronavirus pandemic.  In mid-December 2018, Conmebol officially awarded the clubs broadcasting rights to tournaments for the 2019-2022 period, valid for the Copa [...]