2014 FIFA World Cup broadcasting rights

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The broadcasting rights have been sold directly by FIFA, or through licensed companies or organizations such as the European Broadcasting Union, Organización de Televisión Iberoamericana, African Union of Broadcasting, International Media Content, Inter-Sports Marketing, M-League, Dentsu, RS International Broadcasting & Sports Management[1] and MP & Silva.[2] Airlines companies such as Ethihad Airways have provisioned in-flight live telecast of all 64 matches.[3]

Several territories and countries (ex.: India, Italy, Algeria, Korea Republic) are grouped as they share common broadcasters, and sometimes, common geographic space.

Television[edit]

Nation/Territory Broadcaster Ref
 Afghanistan Ariana TV [1]
 Albania RTSH [1]
 Algeria ENTV [1]
 Andorra TF1, beIN Sports [1]
 Angola TPA [1]
 Aruba TeleAruba [1]
 Armenia ARMTV [1]
 Argentina Torneos y Competencias, TV Pública Digital, DirecTV [1]
 Australia SBS [4]
 Austria ORF [1]
 Azerbaijan İTV [1]
 Belarus BTRC [1]
 Bangladesh Maasranga Television, Gazi Television [1]
 Benin ORTB [1]
 Bolivia Unitel, Red Uno de Bolivia, TV Boliviana, Millicom [1]
 Bosnia and Herzegovina BHRT [1]
 Bulgaria BNT [1]
 Burkina Faso RTB [1]
 Burundi RTNB [1]
 Brazil Rede Globo, Rede Bandeirantes, SporTV, ESPN Brasil, Fox Sports, BandSports [1]
 Brunei Astro [1]
 Cameroon CRTV [1]
 Cambodia CTN [5]
 Canada CBC, Sportsnet, TVA Sports, TLN, Mediaset Italia (Canada), Univision Canada, Fairchild TV, Talentvision [1][6][7][8]
 Cape Verde RTC [1]
 Caribbean SportsMax [9]
 Chad RTNT [1]
 Chile TVN, Canal 13, DirecTV, Movistar [1][10]
 China PR CCTV [11]
 Colombia Caracol TV, RCN TV, win Sports, Millicom [1]
 Costa Rica Repretel, Teletica, Millicom [1]
 Côte d'Ivoire RTI [1]
 Croatia HRT [1]
 Cyprus CyBC [1]
 Czech Republic ČT [1]
 Denmark DR, TV 2 [1]
 Democratic Republic of Congo RTNC [1]
 Ecuador Gama TV, TC Televisión, Oromar Televisión, DirecTV [1]
 El Salvador TCS, Millicom [1]
 Estonia ERR [1]
 Ethiopia ETV [1]
 Falkland Islands KTV Ltd. [1]
 Faroe Islands DR, KVF [1]
 Fiji Mai TV [12]
 Finland Yle [1]
 France TF1, beIN Sports, France Télévisions6 [1][13]
 Gabon RTG [1]
 Ghana GBC, Metro TV [1]
 Georgia GPB [1]
 Germany ARD, ZDF [1]
 Greece NERIT, Nova Sports [1]
 Greenland DR, KNR [1]
 Guatemala Albavisión, Radio Televisión Guatemala, Millicom [1]
 Guinea RTG [1]
 Hong Kong TVB [14]
 Honduras Televicentro, VTV, DirecTV [1]
 Hungary MTV, Digi Sport [1]
 Iceland RÚV, 365 [1]
 Indonesia ANTV, tvOne, K-Vision [1][15]
 Iran IRIB [1]
 India Sony Six
 Ireland RTÉ [1]
 Israel IBA, Reshet [1]
 Italian Peninsula RAI, Sky Italia [16]
 Jamaica CVM Television [1]
 Japan Fuji TV, NHK, Nippon Television, TBS, TV Asahi, TV Tokyo [1]
 Kazakhstan Kazakhstan, Perviy Kanal Evraziya [1]
 Kenya KBC [1]
 Kyrgyzstan NTS [1]
 Korea DPR SBS [1]
 Korea Republic KBS, SBS, MBC [1]
 Kosovo RTK, Digit-Alb [1]
 Laos TVLAO [1]
 Latvia LTV [1]
 Liechtenstein SRG SSR [1]
 Lithuania LRT [1]
 Luxembourg RTL Télé Lëtzebuerg [1]
 Macau TDM [1]
 Macedonia MRT [1]
 Madagascar MATV [1]
 Malaysia RTM, Astro [1][17]
 Maldives MBC, MSM [1]
 Mali ORTM [1]
 Malta PBS [1]
 Mauritius MBC [1]
 Mexico Televisa, TV Azteca, Cinépolis [1][18]
 Middle East and North Africa beIN Sports [1][19][20]
 Moldova TRM [1]
 Monaco TF1, beIN Sports [1][13]
 Mongolia Emerge Media [1]
 Montenegro RTCG [1]
 Mozambique TVM [1]
 Myanmar Sky Net [1]
 Namibia NBC [1]
   Nepal NTV, Kantipur Television Network [1]
 Netherlands NOS [1]
 New Zealand TVNZ, Sky Sport [21]
 Nicaragua Televicentro, Ratensa [1]
 Niger ORTN [1]
 Nigeria Broadcasting Organisation of Nigeria, Optima Sports Management International [1]
 Norway NRK, TV 2 [1]
 Oceania Click Pacific [1]
 Pakistan PTV Sports, Ten Sports [1]
 Panama Corporación Medcom, Televisora Nacional, Cable Onda [1]
 Paraguay SNT, Telefuturo, Tigo Sports [1]
 Peru ATV, DirecTV [1]
 Philippines ABS-CBN, ABS-CBN Sports + Action, Cartoon Network Philippines [1][22]
 Poland TVP [1]
 Portugal RTP, CMTV, SportTV [23][24][25]
 Romania TVR [1]
 Russia 1TV, VGTRK [1]
 Rwanda Télévision Rwandaise [1]
 Senegal RTS [1]
 Serbia RTS [1]
 Seychelles SBC [1]
 Slovakia RTVS [1]
 Slovenia RTV Slovenija [1]
 Singapore MediaCorp TV12 okto (4-key matches including: 1-opening ceremony to opening matches, 2-semi-final and 1-closing ceremony to final), Singapore Telecom Mio TV (all matches) [1]
 South Africa SABC, SuperSport [26]
 South Asia Sony SIX, Seven3 [1][27][28]
 Spain Mediaset España, Gol Televisión [29][30]
 Sub-Saharan Africa7 SuperSport, Canal+7 [1][31][32]
 Suriname STVS [1]
 Swaziland STVA [1]
 Sweden SVT, TV4 [1]
 Switzerland SRG SSR [1]
 Taiwan ELTA TV, Era Television [1]
 Tanzania TBS [1]
 Thailand RS Public Company Limited, BBTV Ch7, Channel 5 [1]
 Timor-Leste RTTL [1]
 Togo TVT [1]
 Trinidad and Tobago One Caribbean Media [1]
 Turkey TRT [1]
 Ukraine NTKU, Ukrayina [1][33]
 United Kingdom BBC, ITV [1][34]
 United States ABC, ESPN, Univision [1][35][36][37]
 Uruguay Monte Carlo TV, Sociedad Anonima Emisoras de Television y Anexos, Sociedad Televisora Larrañaga [1]
 Venezuela Meridiano Televisión, Venevisión, TVes, DirecTV [1]
 Vietnam VTV [1]
 Zambia ZNBC, MUVI TV [1]
 Zimbabwe ZBC [1]

Radio[edit]

Nation/Territory Broadcaster Ref
 Albania RTSH [1]
 Argentina ESPN 107.9 FM, AM del Plata, LS4 Radio Continental, La Red AM 910, LS5 Radio Rivadavia,
Radio Nacional Argentina
[1]
 Australia SBS [1]
 Austria ORF [1]
 Belarus BTRC [1]
 Belgium VRT, RTBF [1]
 Bolivia Deporte Total Radio, Radio Cristal, Radio Fides, El Deber Radio, Radio Patria Nueva, Radio Monumental [1]
 Bosnia and Herzegovina BHRT [1]
 Brazil Rádio Globo, CBN, Jovem Pan, Rádio Bandeirantes, Super Rádio Tupi,
Rádio Transamérica, EBC, Rádio Gaúcha, Rádio Itatiaia, Rádio Jornal do Commercio,
Rádio Verdes Mares / Tamoio, Rádio Clube do Pará, Rádio Olinda, Rádio 730, Rádio Paiquerê,
Rádio Liberdade de Caruaru, Rádio Brasil Sul, Rádio Sociedade / Princesa FM,
Rádio Cultura de Miracema, Rádio Manchete, Rádio Jornal de Sergipe,
Rádio 105 FM, Rádio Metropolitana FM, Rádio Família FM, Rádio Amazonas FM
[1]
 Bulgaria BNR [1]
 Canada CBC [1]
 Chile ADN Radio Chile, Radio Cooperativa, Radio Agricultura, Radio Bio-Bio. [1]
 Colombia Caracol Radio, RCN Radio, Bluradio [1]
 Costa Rica Radio Columbia, Radio Monumental [1]
 Croatia HRT [1]
 Cyprus CyBC [1]
 Denmark DR [1]
 Ecuador Radio Sucre 700 AM, Fútbol FM 96.9 [1]
 Estonia ERR [1]
 France Europe 1, RTL, RFI, RMC [1]
 Finland Yle [1]
 Georgia GPB [1]
 Germany ARD [1]
 Greece ERT [1]
 Honduras HRN [1]
 Iceland RÚV [1]
 Ireland RTÉ [1]
 Israel IBA [1]
 Italian Peninsula RAI, RTL 102.5 [1]
 Japan Dentsu

NHK Radio 1, NHK FM Broadcast
TBS Radio & Communications, Nippon Cultural Broadcasting, Nippon Broadcasting System

[1]
 Korea Republic SBS Love FM
 Kosovo RTK [1]
 Liechtenstein SRG SSR [1]
 Lithuania LT [1]
 Macedonia MRT [1]
 Mexico Televisa Deportes W
W Radio
affiliated stations
[1]
 Moldova TeleRadio-Moldova [1]
 Montenegro RTCG [1]
 Netherlands NOS [1]
 Nigeria Broadcasting Organisation of Nigeria, Optima Sports Management International [1]
 Norway NRK [1]
 Oceania SBS [1]
 Paraguay Montecarlo, Cardinal, La Unión, Radio Uno, Monumental [1]
 Portugal RTP, Rádio Renascença, TSF [1]
 Russia VGTRK [1]
 Serbia RTS [1]
 Slovenia RTVSLO [1]
 South Africa SABC [1]
 Spain RNE, Radio Marca, Cadena SER, Onda Cero, Cadena COPE [1]
 Sub-Saharan Africa6 France Médias Monde [1]
 Sweden SR [1]
 Switzerland SRG SSR [1]
 Turkey TRT [1]
 Ukraine NTCU [1]
 United Kingdom BBC, talkSPORT [1][38]
 United States ESPN, Fútbol de Primera [1][39]
 Uruguay El Espectador, CX 12 Radio Oriental, Miguel M. Ricciopi, CX 8 Radio Sarandí,
Radio Sarandi Sport, Regueirra y Barros S.H., CX 22 Radio Universal, Sociedad Anonimas de Television y Radios,
CX 16 Radio Carve, Radio Monte Carlo.
[1]

Commercial failure[edit]

In Poland according to one of the biggest independent newspapers "Rzeczpospolita" Polish national TV lost big money on showing this cup. This failure is bigger because the Poles didn't qualify, and the public broadcaster don't have by law to show the sports, where the national teams don't play. It was calculated by income from adverts, which were bigger than in previous years, but because of very costly rights didn't gave an income. Asked by media, TVP representative said that this is secret of company(which is partially right because TVP is government ruled company, with additional support of taxpayers money). He also added that all TV companies on the world lost on the rights, because FIFA income is too high.[40]

Notes[edit]

^1 - Alongside TeleAruba
^2 - Alongside CVM Television.
^3 - Alongside STVS.
^4 - Alongside One Caribbean Media.
^5 - Alongside ABC and ESPN.
^6 - FT will only cover the tournament in the French overseas territories ^7 - Each country will also receive coverage of the event by a domestic broadcaster.
^8 - Nigeria won't receive coverage by Canal+.
^9 - Alongside SportsMax. Also, not covered by Univision.

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