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Sony Ericsson partners with the WTA

This is an allinace that gives women's sport a tremendous boost. Mobile phone company Sony Ericsson and the Women's Tennis Association (WTA) Tour have signed a $ 88 million dollar global sponsorship deal.

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WTA Tour launches magazine-style TV show

In a bid to create more personality around tennis The Women's Tennis Association (WTA) Tour is launching a 12-episode television series.

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USTA's new deal with CBS for US Open

The United States Tennis Association (USTA) and CBS Sports have announced a landmark broadcast television partnership that includes an extension of CBS Sports' America rights to the US Open through 2006. In addition the USTA has an option to extend the deal for an additional two years (2007-2008).

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Eurosport, WTA Tour extend broadcast agreement

Eurosport and the Women's Tennis Association (WTA) Tour have extended their multi-year broadcast agreement. This calls for the leading pan-European sports channel to devote more coverage to WTA Tour tournaments throughout Europe than ever before.

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ESPN, WTA in new TV rights agreement for US

The WTA Tour and ESPN have reached a multi-year agreement for the cable network to broadcast the season ending WTA Tour Championships presented by Porsche.

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