Sports broadcasting contracts in the United Kingdom. In the United Kingdom, sporting events are broadcast on several national television networks, as well as radio. Certain sporting events are protected by the Ofcom Code on Sports and Other Listed and Designated Events and must be broadcast live and free-to-air on terrestrial television in the UK.
BBC Sport. 7-day Live Guide including radio and text commentaries. Holds rights to Wimbledon (to 2027), ATP Queens (to 2024), WTA matches at Eastbourne (to 2024), Nottingham and Eastbourne (in 2021). Highlights of the Australian Open.
Getty Images. Amazon has confirmed an exclusive four-year rights agreement with the Women’s Tennis Association (WTA) that will see the ecommerce giant add live and on-demand tour coverage to its ...
Discovery, which owns the pay-TV broadcaster, has struck a new five-year European-wide rights agreement with the French Tennis Federation (FFT), which will see Eurosport and Discovery platforms cover the French Open for UK audiences until at least 2026. The new rights deal, which starts in 2022, extends Eurosport’s relationship with the Grand Slam event to over 35 years, having covered its first Roland-Garros in 1989.
2) By it's pure wording it's impossible to have exclusive and non-exclusive rights. Eurosport's deal in the UK is part of batch that lasts until 2021. This deal is for Exclusive Pay TV rights...
You can buy a monthly or an annual pass to Tennis TV. An annual pass lasts 12 months from the day you buy it. All our subscriptions are recurring, and will auto-renew unless cancelled. You can buy a subscription through the Tennis TV website (credit card, PayPal, direct debit in the UK), or via iTunes, Roku and Amazon (on Amazon Fire TV).
Amazon Prime Video has secured the rights for live and exclusive coverage of 37 ATP Tour events, further expanding its move into live tennis streaming, which began with last year’s US Open.
Amazon has struck a deal said to be worth $40m (£30m) for the exclusive UK TV rights to the US Open tennis tournament, as the US firm looks to add to its 100 million Prime subscribers.