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Sports Rights Have Reached 'Tipping Point' In Australia, Seven West CEO Worner Says

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 08 / 17 / 17

Seven West Media, which owns the Seven Network, "has taken aim" at sporting execs, saying that TV networks cannot keep "forking out more and more money" for Olympics and Australian Football League broadcasting rights, according to Jeff Whalley of the HERALD SUN. The network on Wednesday ­revealed it...

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