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NHK WRAPS UP JAPANESE TV RIGHTS
Published April 27, 1995
In the final TV rights-fee deal for the '96 Games, Japan's NHK television network has agreed to a pay $99.5M for that country's rights. ACOG is expecting a total of $555.5M in rights fees, with the U.S., European and Japanese rights making up $484M of that figure. NHK paid $62M to broadcast the '92 Games (AP/ATLANTA CONSTITUTION, 4/27).