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Cost Of Watching Victorian Racing Skyrockets After Closure Of Broadcaster TVN

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 04 / 22 / 15

Since the closure of TVN, participants and supporters of Victorian racing "have been left with no option for detailed coverage than to log into Racing Live; so that punters' data consumption has doubled and even trebled," according to Patrick Bartley of the SYDNEY MORNING HERALD. With man...

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