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Cho Yang-Ho Named New Head Of 2018 PyeongChang Organizing Committee

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 08 / 01 / 14

South Korean businessman Cho Yang-ho, who led PyeongChang's successful bid for the 2018 Winter Olympics, "has been named as the new president of the organizing committee" for the Games, according to REUTERS. Cho said, "I have decided to take up this position to keep the promise I made with the Inter...

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ARD, ZDF Renew Contract With DEL

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10/30/13
ZDF Will Submit Bid To Retain CL TV Rights

German public broadcaster ZDF "will again bid on Champions League broadcast rights as the tender process for the '15-16 season and beyond gets under way," according to Alexander Krei of DWDL. ZDF Sports Dir Dieter Gruschwitz said, "ZDF continues to be interested in Champions League rights and will s ...

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10/30/13
Euroleague Partners With 24 Media

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10/30/13
BJ-League Bans Japan Times

The professional basketball BJ-League "has issued a ban on media access" to The Japan Times for the entire '13-14 season, according to Jack Gallagher of the JAPAN TIMES. The directive "has been relayed to teams around the country by the league office." The Japan Times "was informed of the move" ...

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