Telekom Dealership: ARD Broadcasting and ZDF Euro 2024

Cheerfulness, excitement and serenity. ARD and ZDF have reached an agreement with Deutsche Telekom. Minor changes for DFB-Elf fans.

DrFootball comes to us (well, well, some say or sing “home” in this country, even though it has to be England!) And everyone is allowed to watch. Public broadcasters ARD and ZDF offer this via Press release a favour. Background: Deutsche Telekom acquired the broadcast rights for the 2024 European Championship, which will be held in Germany, in 2019. ARD and ZDF both went empty-handed when it came to granting rights. At worst, only the German national team’s matches, the opening match, the semi-finals and the final were available for free, as stipulated in the Interstate Broadcasting Treaty.

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ARD and ZDF feature 34 games

Who is the After the end of Jogi Löw The tournament’s stardom is still sitting in the stars, but one thing is for sure: thanks to the deal with Telekom, ARD and ZDF are now allowed to show 34 out of 51 matches; Including all matches with the participation of the German Association, the opening match, the semi-final and the final ?? But you know that the state treaty on broadcasting guarantees this. However, the other 17 games will be featured on Free TV In RTL and the associated broadcast service TVNow. The announcer had the rights to 14 group stage matches and rounds of 16 and quarterfinals. Telekom customers can watch all 51 European Championship matches live on the paid Magenta TV service.

EM 2020 and WM 2022 have been ported to Magenta TV

In addition, Telekom has guaranteed the transmission rights for the European Championship 2020 games, which have been postponed to summer 2021, and the 2022 World Championship in Qatar. From the euro, the company is allowed to show ten team matches without the participation of the German national team, exclusively on Magenta TV; In the world championship of 64 games there are 16 games. Here too, the opening matches, all matches with DFB-Elf participation, semi-finals and final as usual on ARD and ZDF. On the one hand, Deutsche Telekom is showing the following three tournaments in full.

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