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Media Notes: Spanish Hoops Fans Angry With Mediaset's Plan Sept. 4 FIBA World Cup Game
Published August 20, 2014
NFL IN BRAZIL: The NFL and ESPN reached an agreement that establishes the sports media company as the only pay-TV broadcast partner in Brazil through the 2016 season. The new agreement provides ESPN with the rights to televise a game in every available broadcast time. During the upcoming season, ESPN will air up to six games per week, plus the playoff games, Pro Bowl and Super Bowl XLIX (ESPN).