What does Ofcom’s investigation into Premier League broadcasting rights mean for stakeholders?
Published 02 December 2014 By: Daniel Geey
On 18 November, Ofcom formally announced it was opening an investigation into how the Premier League sells live UK audio-visual media rights for Premier League football matches. In this blog, I will answer some of the most prominent questions for Premier League stakeholders arising out of the investigation.1
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- Tags: Broadcasting | Competition Appeal Tribunal | Competition Law | European Commission | Football | Intellectual Property | Ofcom | Premier League
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Daniel is a Partner in the Sport Group.
Daniel’s practice focuses on helping clients in the sports sector, including rights holders, leagues, governing bodies, clubs, agencies, athletes, sports technology companies, broadcasters and financial institutions.