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France Télévisions Recorded More Than 37 Million Viewers For 2017 Tour De France

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 07 / 27 / 17

The Tour de France, which was won by Chris Froome on Sunday, attracted “great audiences” for French broadcaster France Télévisions, according to Alexandre Bailleul of SPORTBUZZ BUSINESS. France Télévisions showed the competition in its entirety for the first t...

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