Fees paid by international broadcasters are vital since they help create the annual surplus that is then returned into British tennis at all levels by the Lawn Tennis Association.
As important to the All England Club is to carry Wimbledon to as large an audience as possible, which is why, in most parts of the world, the Club aims to place at least part of The Championships on national, free-to-air television.
Broadcasters are approached on a country-by-country basis with agreements designed to satisfy both cable and satellite, and terrestrial broadcasters.
The BBC is the host broadcaster, as well as the UK rights holder, acting for more than 40 other international networks in what has become the largest annual broadcast operation in the world.
|BBC Five Live|
|BBC Sports Xtra|
|BBC Radio 1|
|BBC Sport Interactive|
|BBC World Service|
|BBC News/Nations & Regions|
|AELTC World Feed|
|David Luddy International|
|Sky News Radio|
RTL (clt Ufa)
|Czech Rep||Novasports (ARQ)|
|Georgia||GMG Georgia Sport|
|Greece||Nova (Grece & Cyprus)|
|Israel||Sports Channel (Sport 5)|
Digi Sport Romania
|Spain||Prisa TV (Canal + /Sogecable)|
Talk Radio Europe
|Sweden||TV4 (C More)|
Sveriges Radio AB/Swedish Radio
|Switzerland||SRG/SSR TV (includes RTS, RSI, SRF)|
SRG Radio (includes DRS, SR)
|REST OF WORLD|
Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Australian News Network
Paul Walsh Media Services1116 SEN/BAP Communications
|China||China Radio International|
|Latin America||ESPN Int|
|Thailand||Quu FM Sport|
ABC Sports Radio