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Zee Entertainment Completes $385M Sale Of Ten Sports To Sony

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 09 / 20 / 17

Zee Entertainment Enterprise said that it completed a two-step sale of its sport business, Ten Sports Network, to Sony Pictures and received $36.32M in the second phase, according to the PTI. In Aug. '16, Zee announced it would sell Ten Sports to Sony Pictures Networks for $385M in an all cash deal....

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