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ESPN International Acquires Rights To Serie A In Brazil, Latin America, Caribbean

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 05 / 28 / 15

ESPN Int'l reached a broad multimedia rights agreement with Fox Sport Latin America to broadcast Serie A in Brazil, effective '15-16 through '17-18. Fox Sports secured the Lega Calcio rights via agency MP Silva. Under the agreement, ESPN and Fox Sports will divide the matches equally for Serie A. ES...

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