List of Campeonato Brasileiro Série A broadcasters

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This is a list of television broadcasters which provide coverage of the Campeonato Brasileiro Série A, Brazilian football's top level competition.

Broadcasters[edit]

Country Broadcaster
Brazil Premiere FC
Globo TV
SporTV
Fox Sports (tape-delayed matches)
ESPN Brasil (highlights)
Azerbaijan CBC Sport
Portugal SportTV
Argentina GolTV
Bolivia
Chile
Colombia
Costa Rica
Dominican Republic
Ecuador
El Salvador
Guatemala
Honduras
Mexico
Nicaragua
Panama
Paraguay
Peru
Puerto Rico
United States
Uruguay
Venezuela
Antigua and Barbuda Digicel Sports Max
Bahamas
Barbados
Cuba
Curaçao
Dominica
French Guiana
Jamaica
St. Kitts and Nevis
St. Lucia
Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
Suriname
Trinidad and Tobago
Canada TSN
RDS
Albania SuperSport Albania
Austria Sportdigital.tv
Germany
Switzerland
Belgium Sporting Telenet
Bulgaria NKTV Eurokom at least twice a week
France Canal+
Greece Nova Sports
Hungary Digi Sport
Romania Digi Sport
Ukraine Football 1
Italy Gazzetta tv once a week: Italian Sunday evening
Netherlands Sport1
Norway TV 2 Sport
Serbia Arena Sport
Croatia
Bosnia and Herzegovina
Montenegro
Macedonia
Czech Republic Digi Sport
Denmark Eurosport
Finland
Norway
Russia
Sweden
Poland NC+
Spain Canal+ Fútbol
Turkey Lig TV
United Kingdom BT Sport
Republic of Ireland
Channel Islands
Isle of Man
Algeria beIN Sports
Bahrain
Egypt
Iran
Iraq
Palestine
Jordan
Kuwait
Lebanon
Libya
Morocco
Oman
Saudi Arabia
Syria
Tunisia
United Arab Emirates
Yemen
Chad
Qatar
Al Dowaly Center
India TEN Sports
Pakistan
Bhutan
Bangladesh
Afghanistan
Maldives
Nepal
Sri Lanka
People's Republic of China Guangdong Television
Japan TV Tokyo
Philippines ABS-CBN and Fox Sports Asia
Singapore Starhub Media
Brunei Darussalam Fox Sports Asia
Cambodia
East Timor
F.S. Micronesia
Guam
Hong Kong
Indonesia
Laos
Macau
Mongolia
Myanmar
Papua New Guinea
Taiwan
Thailand
Vietnam
South Korea JTBC3 Fox Sports
Nigeria Super Sport
South Africa
Australia ESPN Pacific Rim
Cook Islands
Federated States of Micronesia
Fiji
Kiribati
Marshall Islands
Nauru
New Zealand
Niue
Palau
Papua New Guinea
Samoa
Solomon Islands
Tonga
Tuvalu
Vanuatu

Brazil TV ratings[edit]

Season Globo
rating
2003 23.9[1]
2004 25.5[1]
2005 27.5[1]
2006 26.2[1]
2007 21.1[1]
2008 20.0[1]
2009 23.2[1]
2010 20.9[1]
2011 21.1[1]
2012 17.1[2][3]
2013 17.0[2]
2014 16.8[4][5]
2015 18.1[6]

History[edit]

In 1987[edit]

With only conveying the Green Module of the Copa União, organized by the Clube dos 13, the television rights were sold for $3.4 million to Rede Globo.[7][8] And only with the conveying of the championship final, SBT broadcast the game instead, a blow to the Rede Globo, who says today that the Green Module would be the league itself, and then was prevented from entering the Ilha do Retiro.[9][10][11]

Besides Rede Globo, Rede Bandeirantes and Rede Manchete also took the rights to broadcast the mactches. [Citation needed]

Only Rede Bandeirantes acquired the broadcast rights to the next season. [Citation needed]

The contract was negotiated for $6 million.

League broadcasting rights was traded for $10.4 million.

  • In 1996

A new contract was signed for $15 million.

In 1997[edit]

Began to be restricted games live in cities where the matches are held (except finals). The Clube dos 13 closed the contract with Rede Globo's television rights as the holder of the Brasileirão for $50 million (including editions of 1998 and 1999), and resolves itself split the rights with Rede Bandeirantes during this period. It was the first edition to be shown on pay-per-view (vía Premiere)

In 2000[edit]

Rede Globo's broadcast for Copa João Havelange was negotiated for $50 million.

  • In 2001

The Clube dos 13 defines four divisions quota transmission. Group 1: Corinthians, São Paulo, Palmeiras, Flamengo and Vasco, Group 2: Santos, Group 3: Fluminense, Botafogo, Atlético Mineiro, Cruzeiro, Internacional and Grêmio; Group 4: Bahia, Goiás, Sport, Portuguesa, Coritiba, Atlético Paranaense, Bahia and Vitória.

  • In 2002

Globo back to resell its broadcasting rights to another station. This time it was Globo's rival, Rede Record, broadcasting the 2006 edition

  • In 2003

It expanded the TV contract to $130 million per year in the first issue disputed by points accrued.

  • In 2004

The championship will be broadcast by 120 countries.

  • In 2005

The C13 renews with Globo for the triennium season (2005–2008) by $300 million per year.

  • In 2007

After teaming up with Rede Record, Rede Bandeirantes returns to transmit up to 2010 edition

  • In 2009

For the first time, the rights were open bidding for the sale of broadcasting rights of the Brazilian Championship. All the media were invited to bid for TV packages open, closed, PPV, internet and broadcast abroad. Rede Globo has signed the largest TV contract in history of Brazilian football for $1.4 billion in the editions of 2009, 2010 and 2011. [Citation needed]

  • In 2011

On 23 February 2011, Corinthians required its disaffiliation of the Clube dos 13 for not agreeing with the way in which the entity was negotiating the rights to broadcast the League for the years 2012, 2013 and 2014 with various media communication stakeholders.[12][13][14] The same goes to Botafogo on 25 March of the same year.[15] Previously, the club, along with Flamengo, Fluminense and Vasco, had already announced that it would negotiate their broadcast rights directly, without mediation of Clube dos 13, position then later also by Coritiba and Cruzeiro and then Vitória, Santos, Goiás, Bahia and Sport.

References[edit]