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Pan-European Sports Network Eurosport Reveals MotoGP Coverage Plans In Germany

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 02 / 26 / 15

Pan-European sports network Eurosport "has revealed details about its coverage plans of MotoGP in Germany starting this season," according to Timo Niemeier of DWDL. Eurosport's sister channel DMAX will also benefit from the motorcycle broadcast rights. DMAX will broadcast the season-opening race on ...

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