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BT Sport Scores 21% Increase In Broadband, TV Revenue

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 07 / 29 / 16

According to BT’s latest financials, its investment in sports rights "is just about paying off," according to Julian Clover of BROADBAND TV NEWS. The company's consumer division reported a 21% increase "in broadband and TV revenue." This however has to be "offset against an increase in operati...

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