//]]>-->, , . Frankreichs neuer TV-Rechteinhaber meldet sich zahlungsunfähig. 'https://servedby.informatm.com/ajs.php':'http://servedby.informatm.com/ajs.php'); if (document.context) document.write ("&context=" + escape(document.context)); Mediapro then skipped a €172.3 million (£158 million) payment due to Ligue 1 in early October, the second instalment due on its four-year contract, and … Mediapro avait obtenu en 2018 80 % des droits TV de la Ligue 1 pour 780 millions d'euros par an pour la période 2020-2024. The economics of Mediapro’s domestic rights deal for French soccer’s Ligue 1 have been described as “untenable” by Maxime Saada, president of the Spanish agency’s rival Canal+. “At worse, he’s a pirate.” With Canal+ in a strong position, claiming to have barely lost any subscribers since Ligue 1 largely departed the platform, they are in little need to bid big to regain the rights. According to RMC Sport, LFP could turn to Canal+, which previously held the rights up until last season should Mediapro continue to refuse to pay. French Ligue 1 deal with MediaPro collapses, ... (whose deal was almost 60 percent higher than the previous Ligue 1 deal with Canal+ and beIN Sports). if (document.referrer) document.write ("&referer=" + escape(document.referrer)); document.write (""); document.write ('&cb=' + m3_r); 1. document.write ("&loc=" + escape(window.location)); if (document.context) document.write ("&context=" + escape(document.context)); Mediapro … document.write ("'>"); Mediapro offers to air rest of Ligue 1 season, lambasts Canal Plus and beIN Jaume Roures, the outspoken chief executive of Mediapro, has said that the Spanish broadcast production company and agency is ready to step in and show the end of the 2019-20 French football season, while… Den französischen Profiligen Ligue 1 und Ligue 2 droht der Worst Case, nachdem TV-Rechteinhaber Mediapro sich für zahlungsunfähig erklärt hat. “I think Canal+ is enjoying the LFP’s current discomfort after all the negative press about Canal+ losing the Ligue 1 rights when the new deal was unveiled,” the analyst says. '&charset='+document.charset : (document.characterSet ? When undoing the alliance with Mediapro, the LFP will have to find a strong and solvent broadcaster; Canal Plus is a latent option, as the channel is ready to pay Ligue 1 for €590-million, plus around € 100M of achievable bonuses. The specialist rating’s firm also lists Joye Media as having a 'negative' outlook, suggesting there could be further downgrades. '&charset='+document.characterSet : '')); if (document.MAX_used != ',') document.write ("&exclude=" + document.MAX_used); European soccer roundup: France's Ligue 1 on the brink after Mediapro mess, Qatar in Europe, and more All the headlines you might have missed in European football this week document.write ('&cb=' + m3_r); Mediapro is targeting 3.5 million Teléfoot subscribers, and has reiterated its commitment to the four-year contract, but wants to renegotiate the terms. The Canal+ president in fact claimed that the company had seen growth in its subscriber base “for the first time in a long time”. Teléfoot, Mediapro’s new €25.90 (US$30) a month pay-TV offering, which also airs most live Ligue 1 and Ligue 2 games, as well as Uefa Champions League matches, was launched back in August. Mediapro, le diffuseur majeur de la Ligue 1 souhaitant revoir son contrat à la baisse, a assigné Canal+ en justice, lui reprochant de tenter de l'évincer du marché des droits TV du foot français, a-t-on appris jeudi de source ayant connaissance du dossier. "Mediapro has a turnover of two billion euros. document.write ('&cb=' + m3_r); Die Entscheidung sorgt in der Ligue 1 für schockierte Reaktionen. if (document.context) document.write ("&context=" + escape(document.context)); © SportsPro Media Limited. The LFP has taken out a bank loan to cover payment to clubs and has referred the matter to the commercial court in Paris. Canal+ president Maxime Saada has called Mediapro’s broadcast rights deal with the French Professional Football League (LFP) “untenable.” The body running the top-flight Ligue 1 is currently embroiled in a legal battle with Spanish agency Mediapro over non-payment of its second €172 million rights fee installment. Le groupe accuse la chaîne cryptée d'« abus de position dominante » et de « pratiques abusives et déloyales ». improve your experience and our services. I have always thought that the economic equation was untenable given the price paid for the rights.”. Mediapro, der TV-Rechteinhaber der Ligue 1, will seinen Zahlungsverpflichtungen nicht nachkommen. document.write ("&tags=canal%2Cligue-1%2Cmediapro"); Maxime Saada confirms his network will not be “reinvesting at a loss” if current broadcast deal collapses. 20 December 2020 @ 10:00:00 UTC, , , DTVE: the week in view – 2020 was the year of the SVOD – and 2021 is going to be even bigger digitaltveurope.com/comment/2020-w… https://t.co/bGu5A73McE French Ligue 1 clubs fear severe financial shortfalls after the league terminated its deal with troubled TV partner Mediapro following a bitter standoff. var m3_r = Math.floor(Math.random()*99999999999); var m3_r = Math.floor(Math.random()*99999999999); Speaking to Les Echos, the Canal+ president warned the LFP that it would not swoop in to pick up the pieces should Mediapro default on its contract. '&charset='+document.characterSet : '')); Ligue 1 operator Ligue de Football Professionnel (LFP) are reportedly mulling a return to Canal+ as its relationship with Mediapro teeters on collapse. '&charset='+document.charset : (document.characterSet ? Canal + have no intention of bailing out Ligue 1 over Mediapro broadcasting mess. document.write (document.charset ? if (document.MAX_used != ',') document.write ("&exclude=" + document.MAX_used); document.write ("&loc=" + escape(window.location));