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Fox Sports Considers Plan To Simulcast Channel Nine's Int'l Cricket Coverage

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 08 / 30 / 16

Fox Sports "is shaping up as a major player in the next round of cricket broadcast rights, indicating it would be prepared to simulcast matches in conjunction with Channel Nine or even have its own commentary team," according to Jon Pierik of the THE AGE. Fox realizes "it needs a major summer sport ...

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