The Olympics have endured all sorts of challenges related to the pandemic, but it’s still be a strong property for NBCUniversal.
The Premier League signed a streaming rights deal in China with iQiyi, providing clarity to a situation thrown into flux.
Mercedes-Benz plans to spend more than $47 billion to go all-electric by the end of the decade.
AT&T bounced back from a pandemic dip with a strong second quarter, buoyed by the return of the NBA on WarnerMedia’s TNT and TBS.
ESPN renewed its contract with Major League Baseball in May for $3.85 billion, ditching rights to the league’s midweek package.
Off-White was acquired by LVMH, which took a 60% in the street and sportswear fashion brand created by Virgil Abloh.
Following an official vote from the IOC on Wednesday, Australian city Brisbane was awarded the 2032 Summer Olympic Games.
FTX raised $900 million from a group of over 60 investors in the largest private raise for a crypto company in history.
The NFL’s threatening to drop the financial hammer on un-vaccinated players and teams that cause forfeited games in 2021, according to memo.
Caesars Entertainment acquired naming rights to the Superdome, home of the NFL’s New Orleans Saints, in a 20-year, $138 million deal.
Netflix showed no interest in hastily acquiring streaming rights for live sports during the company’s second-quarter earnings call.
DraftKings is launching its own NFT platform in partnership with Autograph, an NFT company founded by Tom Brady.
Netflix’s Q2 earnings showed slower than usual subscriber growth. The company plans to produce video games next year.
The opening ceremony for the Tokyo Olympics is just three days away and there is a chance that the Games could be canceled altogether.
Despite an ongoing global pandemic, the National Football League managed to raise revenue in 2020 by $422.4 million.