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BeIn Sport News TV


Published: 6 years ago

Category: Arabic, Qatar, Sports

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beIN Sports is a global network of sports channels jointly owned and operated by Qatari Sports Investments (an affiliate of Al Jazeera Media Networks). Latest breaking updates, scores, exclusive content and highlights from the world of soccer, including La Liga, Serie A, Ligue 1, the World Cup Qualifiers from CONMEBOL & CONCACAF and much more. It currently operates three channels in France – beIN Sports 1, beIN Sports 2 and beIN Sports MAX – and launched two channels in the United States (English and Spanish) in August 2012. The channel also holds Canadian broadcast rights to several sports properties. Despite not yet having authorization to broadcast in Canada, live online streaming became available for residents in October 2013.
Paris (French channel)
Miami (North America)
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Doha (Arabia Channel)
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Canada (Online Only)
Hong Kong
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Owned By
AAl Jazeera Media Network
(Europe, Middle East, and North America),
July 1st 2013 (Indonesia)
October 2013 (Canada Online)
November 1st 2013 (Hong Kong)
beIN Sports holds one of five rights packages for Ligue 1 from 2012 to 2016 in France – the package onsisting of Friday night and Sunday evening games. The other four packages are held by Canal+. For the UEFA Champions League, it has the rights to broadcast all matches except the 13 weekly first-choice picks (yet to be awarded to any broadcaster as of April 2012) from 2012 to 2015.[8] It also owns the rights to all UEFA Europa League matches including the final from 2012 to 2015.[9] beIN Sports and Canal+ also share the rights to Serie A and Bundesliga matches in France. The network holds the rights to broadcast all UEFA Euro 2012 and Euro 2016 matches on the pay-TV platform while TF1 and M6 have the free-to-air rights to select matches.[10] In the United States, the network holds the rights package for Ligue 1, La Liga, Serie A, Russian Football Premier League,[18] nPower Championship, Capital One Cup, TIM Cup, Copa del Rey, Copa America, and 2014 FIFA World Cup qualification rounds in the Americas (CONMEBOL and CONCACAF), except for home games by Mexico and the United States (which are both held by Univision and ESPN)


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