Slowly but surely, soccer is becoming a bigger business for U.S. TV outlets.
The FIFA World Cup soccer tournament is set to attract stratospheric ratings across Europe.
Stats from FIFA.com, the website of the international soccer org that runs the tournament, confirm that digital viewing is building fast on computers and mobile devices, including smartphones.
On Friday, the whistle blew for the start of the World Cup, with 32 nations competing in 64 matches played over a month in South Africa.
The monthlong World Cup soccer tournament kicks off today in South Africa -- and theaters in Europe can say goodbye to much of their core male audiences, who will be glued to TVs and portable devices.
Excitement about planned 3D theatrical telecasts of the World Cup soccer tournament, due to kick off in South Africa on June 11, is fizzling out in Germany, where major exhibs have given a…
For the sports biz, it's a big, fat "Goal!" But for films, the four week soccer World Cup is more of a foul.Hollywood studios are grappling with how to schedule films internationally during the…
The 2010 FIFA Soccer World Cup will be held in South Africa from June 11-July 11 and broadcast to an estimated global audience of 26 billion.
SBS might be Australia's channel for soccer's World Cup in 2010 -- expected to bring it an additional $17 million in ad revenue -- but the lead-in year has also seen the multicultural pubcaster…
TV Globo has bought exclusive rights for Brazil for FIFA's soccer World Cup tourneys in South Africa in 2010 and in a South American country in 2014.
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