David Murray

at University of Salford, Manchester


  • University of Salford, Manchester




University of Salford, Manchester

David is the former Head of Sports Rights at the BBC, where he was responsible for negotiating all the BBC’s deals with sporting bodies across its TV, radio and online output. Deals were complex, and included the Olympics, World Cup, Formula 1, Wimbledon, Six Nations Rugby Union and the English Cricket Board amongst many others. He was also a vice president of the European Broadcast Unions’ Sports Committee, which bought rights for 73 members across 56 countries. David now runs his own advisory business whose clients include major broadcasters, media production companies and sports federations. He continues to negotiate deals for his clients on a day to day basis. David teaches The University of Salford’s negotiation courses and is a co-founder of the training and development company, The Better People Organisation.

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