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Sky Creative redesigns Sky Sports studio

Sky Creative, Sky’s in-house advertising and creative agency, has designed and delivered a new, arena-shaped studio home for the Sky Sports team. Surrounded by high resolution screens and immersive AR graphics, the studio blends traditional set design and innovative technologies. Started in early 2022, the project was a close-knit collaboration between design, production and technology […]

September 4, 2023

beIN Sports, USTA extend US Open partnership

beIN Sports, the MENA sports broadcaster, has confirmed it will remain the home of the US Open Tennis Championships until 2027 after renewing exclusive media rights to the tournament for a further five years. The extension means beIN will continue to be the only platform in the MENA region where viewers can watch all four […]

August 24, 2023

Eurosport, discovery+ to show US Open in 45 markets

Tennis fans in 45 markets across Europe will be able to watch live and on-demand action from every court at the US Open as the year’s final Grand Slam takes place in New York. Viewers watching on discovery+ and the Eurosport App can see comprehensive coverage with every point from every match played at Flushing […]

August 21, 2023

Sky Sports, UGSA extend rights deal

Sky Sports and USGA have announced an extension of their partnership, with the broadcaster to air live action for a further three years. Per the new deal, Sky Sports viewers can continue to enjoy live action from the US Open Championship, as well as: Women’s golf with the US Women’s Open and US Women’s Amateur […]

May 18, 2023

France: WBD extends US Open rights

Warner Bros Discovery (WBD) and the United States Tennis Association (USTA) have agreed to a new long-term partnership to broadcast the US Open in France. This agreement, secured by IMG, will allow French viewers and internet users to follow the entire Flushing Meadows tournament – both men’s and women’s singles and doubles tournaments as well […]

March 27, 2023

WBD extends US Open rights deal across Europe

Warner Bros Discovery (WBD) has extended its rights to show the US Open in 45 markets across Europe, including exclusive access in 42 territories, after reaching a new five-year agreement with the United States Tennis Association (USTA). The deal includes live and highlights rights with every match on every court available to stream on discovery+ […]

February 14, 2023

US Open returns to Sky Sports

Sky Sports has signed a new five-year partnership with the United States Tennis Association (USTA) for the US Open Championships. The new agreement will begin with the 2023 US Open at Flushing Meadows, starting on August 28th, with Sky Sports holding the exclusive broadcast rights up to and including the 2027 event. Sky Sports will […]

December 15, 2022By Nik Roseveare

Report: UK 5G usage overtakes 3G

Findings from UK mobile telco Three’s report, Mobile Britain 2022, showing how Brits have been swiping, sharing and connecting, reveals a 5G boom in the last year, with usage increasing by 385 per cent on Three’s superfast network. 5G data carried on Three’s network is now more than double that of 3G – overtaking it […]

April 13, 2022

StarHub serves up all 4 tennis Grand Slams

StarHub is the first provider in Singapore to serve up front-row seats to all four Grand Slam tournaments. Leveraging an extended partnership with beIN, customers with a Sports+ subscription will be able to watch live tennis action on beIN Sports 2, with the Australian Open from January 17th to 30th, and the French Open (Roland-Garros) […]

January 12, 2022

9.2m watch Raducanu win US Open on C4

Channel 4’s late acquistion of the rights to show the US Open final proved to be a huge success, with a peak audience of 9.2 million tuning in to watch Emma Raducanu’s historic win. The broadcaster pulled off a last-minute deal to show the match, paying Amazon a seven-figure sum to put the streaming company’s […]

September 13, 2021