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Bayern Munich Agrees To Broadcast Cooperation With Univision Deportes

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 05 / 04 / 15

Bayern Munich "has agreed to a broadcast cooperation with U.S. Spanish-language TV network Univision Deportes," according to the SID. As part of the cooperation, which the club announced on Thursday, Univision Deportes will carry Bundesliga, DFB Pokal (German Cup), Champions League games and its clu...

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Widening The Social Circle

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Four Hills Final Gets Lower Ratings

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NFL's U.K. Viewership Numbers Tripled

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Televisa Agrees To EHF Broadcast Deal

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Channel Nine OKs Resting Stars In ODI

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ARD, ZDF Score With Four Hills Ratings

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BBL A Big Hit For Fans, Ten Network

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Star India Acquires Asia Cup TV Rights

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AOC Social Media Ban Causes Outrage

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