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Premiership Rugby Agrees To Three TV Deals In Sub-Saharan Africa

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 06 / 21 / 16

Premiership Rugby confirmed three TV deals that will see the competition broadcast in more than 50 African countries from September. The three new contracts are the first distribution deals announced following Premiership Rugby's new five-year int'l TV rights agreement for Premiership Rugby and the ...

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