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PRIME7 To Start Free-To-Air Broadcasting Of Victorian Racing For Regional Viewers

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 07 / 29 / 15

PRIME7 "will immediately start free-to-air broadcasting of Victorian thoroughbred racing to regional television viewers, commencing with the Pakenham card on the synthetic track," according to Brendan Cormick of THE AUSTRALIAN. Channel 68 "will take vision to punters and racing fans throughout regio...

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