BT is planning to roll out as many as three television channels to broadcast the football, rugby and other sports content it has acquired for almost £1bn in recent months. The UK telecoms group, which is close to signing up to rent a large studio in the former International Broadcast Centre in the Olympic Park at Stratford, east London, is planning at least two sports channels.
Programme requests on the BBC’s catch-up service, the iPlayer, were up 38% year-on-year in July to 242 million with sports content boosting live viewing. Sport resulted in the proportion of live requests to TV and radio going up month-over-month to 15% and 85% respectively with the Wimbledon men’s tennis final alone generating almost 800,000 requests via iPlayer – in addition to views on the BBC Sport site. The Ashes cricket helped the BBC hit a record 77 million radio requests in July, with requests from mobiles also the highest they have ever been.
Switzerland is considering tightening the rules to prevent match-fixing and cheating in sport, including possibly amending legislation to make Swiss-based international associations subject to Swiss criminal law.
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