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US Supreme Court rejects NFL appeal against antitrust lawsuit

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The US Supreme Court has refused an NFL and AT&T Inc’s DirecTV appeal which called for the court to overrule a lower court decision to revive a lawsuit that accuses them of overcharging for a satellite television package, meaning the lawsuit can move forward.

Swimming Australia and The Seven Network joint statement

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The Seven Network and Swimming Australia have agreed to terminate their broadcast partnership following Swimming Australia’s inability to hold the Olympic and Paralympic Swimming Trials in 2020 due to the COVID- 19 pandemic as required under Seven’s media rights agreement.

Lega Basket Serie A international rights to be sold exclusively via Content Arena

Lega Basket Serie A international rights to be sold exclusively via Content Arena

Singapore, 29.09.2020 - Content Arena, the software provider specialising in solutions to facilitate sports media rights trading, is excited to announce that SN1 Trading, the Munich-based sports rights consultancy - and trading firm, will be using Content Arena Marketplace as the exclusive sales channel for the international rights to the Italian Lega Basket Serie A, one of the top domestic basketball leagues in Europe.

IPC and Coca-Cola Company announce Worldwide Paralympic Partnership

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The International Paralympic Committee (IPC) today welcomed the addition of The Coca-Cola Company to its roster of Worldwide Paralympic Partners.
Coca-Cola Japan was an existing Gold Partner of the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games, the highest tier of the domestic sponsorship programme.

Procter & Gamble secures Worldwide Paralympic rights from 2021

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As part of an extended eight-year agreement with the International Olympic Committee (IOC), Procter and Gamble (P&G) has secured marketing rights for the first-time to the International Paralympic Committee (IPC) and Paralympic Games from 1 January 2021.

UEFA, Premier League and Canal+ International, welcome decision of Rwandan court in the fight against piracy

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The Union of European Football Associations (UEFA), organizer and owner of the UEFA Champions League and UEFA Europa League competitions, the Football Association Premier League Limited, organizer and owner of the English Premier League (EPL) competition and Canal+ International, their broadcast partner in French-language for these competitions in the territory of the Republic of Rwanda welcome the decision No RCOMA 00877/2019/HCC rendered on 9 September 2020 in their favour by the Commercial High Court of Rwanda against the Rwandan TV channel “Victory TV Ltd”.

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