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BT Announces Four-Year Deal For WTA TV Rights In U.K.
Published January 11, 2013
The broadcaster, which acquired 38 live EPL matches last year, is "expected to earmark billions of pounds over the next decade to spend on sports rights" in a "sustained attempt to challenge Sky" (GUARDIAN, 1/11).