Listed Events and free-to-air TV: have the Aussies got anything right that we haven’t?
The UK has long embraced the idea that certain sporting events are worthy of special protection and should be broadcast for the benefit of the whole population on free-to-air (FTA) television.
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- Tags: Anti-Siphoning | Australia | Broadcasting | Broadcasting Act 1996 | Competition Law | EU General Court | Europe | Listed Events | United Kingdom (UK)
Stephen is currently Head Counsel at Sky Sports, managing a team primarily responsible for Sky’s media rights arrangements with major sports rights holder including the Premier League, Football League, Formula 1, and the RFU.
Prior to moving in-house at Sky 4 years ago, Stephen qualified and worked for 7 years in the TMT team at Dentons, with a focus on the sports and media sector.