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Australian Football League Looks At U.S. Sports To Find Best Revenue-Sharing Model
Published March 5, 2014
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TALKS CONTINUE: Demetriou added that nothing has been finalized yet and talks about equalization measures continue. The AFL has set up a working group, which includes club presidents and CEOs and works in association with the league. The working group tries to come up with options and financial models and acts on behalf of the industry. "Our objective is to try and have something finalized by mid-year for introduction in 2015," Demetriou said. The final decsion on the issues lies with the league's independent board, the AFL Commission.