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National Rugby League Prepares To Split Up Assets For Television Selloff

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 04 / 28 / 15

The National Rugby League "has employed a team of analysts for the past 12 months to work out the dollar value of the game’s separate assets, including the Telstra Premiership and State of Origin, in order to drive a better bargain for the next broadcast rights deal," according to Stuart Honey...

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