The Premier League UK television rights for 2016-19 have been sold to Sky Sports and BT Sport for £5.163 billion. (Photo by Marc Atkins/Mark Leech/Getty Images)

The Premier League has announced a staggering 70 per cent increase in the value of its British television rights for the 2016-19 seasons with Sky and (...)

When the rights and wrongs of the GAA/Sky television deal again erupt again this summer – as they surely will at some point on the long and dusty cham(...)

Philip Deignan has said that he will target the pink jersey early on in the Giro d’Italia, but he believes it might take him a little longer to reach (...)

Offaly hurling manager Brian Whelahan says the Sky deal is a very brave step by the GAA. Photograph: Inpho

Offaly hurling manager Brian Whelahan fears the GAA’s new broadcasting rights deal with Sky has “the capability of opening up a huge can of worms,” al(...)

The GAA has announced a new three-year TV deal, which includes   Sky  broadcasting 14 matches exclusively in Ireland for the next three years. Photograph:   Cathal Noonan/Inpho

GAA president Liam O’Neill says he was “shocked” by the “aggressive” RTÉ interviews he and director general Páraic Duffy took part in on Tuesda(...)