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IOC Requests Proposals For New Olympic Broadcast Venture
Published October 11, 2012
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The IOC is open to those shows being distributed online or on TV, and it is open to a range of financial terms from paying for production to cutting a joint-venture deal. It will select a partner or supplier based on their editorial approach and distribution and promotion plans. The IOC’s communications division is overseeing the RFP and working with its marketing group on it. The IOC will accept proposals until Nov. 16.