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Top 14 Rights Up For Grabs Again

21 April 2016 by Tim Groves

The Ligue National de Rugby (LNR) has started a new tender process for the broadcast rights to the French Top 14 for the four seasons between 2019 and 2023. The rights to the four seasons between 2015...

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Six Nations Finale Attracts Peak Audience Of Almost 9m

24 March 2016 by Tim Groves

It may not quite have reached the record levels of last year’s climax but England’s Grand Slam decider against France on Saturday attracted a peak audience of almost nine million. Early estimates ...

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England Top Social Media Table As Ireland Pass Million Mark

17 March 2016 by Tim Groves

England have already claimed this year’s Six Nations title and they are top dogs in the social media stakes as well, as a recent study has shown. The analysis, which was conducted by Irish marketing...

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NBC Signs Three-Year Deal With Premiership Rugby

10 March 2016 by Tim Groves

Premiership Rugby has signed a three-year agreement with NBC Sports Group for the coverage of England’s top flight ahead of its first overseas game on Saturday. London Irish’s match against Sarace...

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Eight Million Tune In For England v Ireland

3 March 2016 by Tim Groves

The Six Nations viewing figures rose again last weekend with ITV’s coverage of England v Ireland achieving a peak total of almost eight million. The tournament reached a record-breaking peak audienc...

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Broadcasters Prepare RWC 2019 Bids

18 February 2016 by Tim Groves

World Rugby has invited broadcasters to bid for the rights to the 2019 World Cup in Japan and a host of television companies have already reportedly expressed an interest. ITV have broadcast the tou...

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