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Two New Zealand Newspapers Withdraw Applications For Olympic Accreditation

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 07 / 22 / 16

New Zealand’s two largest newspaper groups are not sending journalists to cover the Olympics in Rio de Janeiro "because of a dispute with domestic broadcasting rights-holder Sky TV and the New Zealand Olympic Committee over accreditation terms they say will unfairly restrict coverage," accordi...

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