UEFA Award Champions League & Europa League Rights in Indonesia, Taiwan & Portugal
December 22, 2011
SCTV has won the rights to broadcast Champions League (CL) and Europa League (EL) football in Indonesia for the 2012-15 period, arthritis UEFA has announced.
SCTV will exploit the rights via its free-to-air channels SCTV and Indosiar, there and on its pay platform Nexmedia.
In respect of the UEFA Champions League, viagra order SCTV will broadcast one live match followed by a highlights programme each matchnight, as well as three delayed matches per matchweek. Indosiar will also broadcast a minimum of two delayed matches per matchweek. Nexmedia will complement this coverage by showing all remaining delayed matches, as well as one live match each matchnight.
With regard to the UEFA Europa League, SCTV will broadcast one live match per kick-off slot, as well as a highlights programme and two delayed matches each matchweek. Nexmedia will show all remaining matches on a delayed basis, as well as one live match per kick-off slot.
All rights have been granted on a platform-neutral basis, with the rights also being exploited via their website as well as on mobile.
SCTV will replace current rights holders RCTI and Indovision.
UEFA also awarded ELTA Taiwanese Rights to CL and EL while giving Sport TV Portuguese rights for the same period.
ELTA will broadcast one live CL game and a highlights programme per matchnight on ELTA TV Sports SD.
With regard to the UEFA Europa League, one live game per kick-off slot and a highlights programme will be broadcast each matchnight on ELTA TV Sports SD.
All matches broadcast on ELTA TV Sports SD will also be available in high-definition via ELTA TV Sports HD.
Sport TV will broadcast four live games per kick-off slot, as well as a highlights programme each matchweek across the Sport TV family of channels.