German media giant Kirch Group has sold the Korean broadcasting rights to the 2002 and 2006 World Cup soccer championships to a consortium of broadcasters.
Nine months away from the soccer World Cup, relations are becoming strained between Germany's Kirch group, which is selling the TV rights, and wary European broadcasters who don't want to fork out…
The dispute over rights to air the 2002 World Cup soccer tournament took a fresh turn Monday when German media mogul Leo Kirch urged watchdogs to nix the joint bid for British rights from commercial…
Satcaster DirecTV Latin America has tapped Venevision Intl. as its rep to sublicense some rights to the 2002 World Cup.
German media giant Kirch Group, which already controls the lucrative European and U.S. rights to the 2002 and 2006 World Cup soccer championships, is on the verge of obtaining a worldwide monopoly…
Vivendi Universal, Bertelsmann and Jean-Claude Darmon confirmed Tuesday that they will merge their sports rights activities in a pan-European agency with estimated annual sales of $492 million.
After weeks of wrangling, German pubcasters ARD and ZDF finally inked a deal Wednesday with the Kirch Group for TV rights to the 2002 World Cup soccer championships in South Korea and Japan.
German media giant Kirch Group has acquired U.S. TV and radio rights to the World Cup soccer championships in 2002 and '06.
Vivendi Universal and the RTL Group could take over bankrupt Swiss sports rights marketer ISMM, which owns worldwide rights to the 2002 and 2006 soccer World Cup, for the symbolic price of one Swiss…
Germany's 2002 World Cup rights deal is still up in the air despite last month's agreement between pubcasters and the Kirch Group.
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