Why £564m Premier League TV deal in China was scrapped and what it means for clubs


Why £564m Premier League TV deal in China was scrapped and
Why £564m Premier League TV deal in China was scrapped and what it means for clubs Termination of the contract has also taken place against a backdrop of simmering …


Why £564m Premier League TV deal in China wa … | GLONAABOT
Why £564m Premier League TV deal in China was scrapped and what it means for clubs. Termination of the contract has also taken place against a backdrop of simmering political tension between Britain and China Read full article: Why £564m Premier League TV deal in Chin …


Premier League CANCELS biggest foreign TV deal with China
Premier League clubs left facing £564m black hole after biggest foreign TV deal is CANCELLED following row with Chinese streaming giant PPTV over withheld £160m payment amid coronavirus chaos …


Premier League clubs face missing out on £564m after …
PREMIER League clubs have scrapped a £564m deal with a Chinese broadcaster – because they haven’t received a penny for last term. PPTV, owned by the Suning corporation – the owners of I…


Premier League clubs face missing out on £564m after …
PREMIER League clubs have scrapped a £564m deal with a Chinese broadcaster – because they haven’t received a penny for last term. PPTV, owned by the Suning corporation – the owners of Inter Milan – have refused to pay the £160m owed for the first season of a three-year deal.


Premier League ends deal with Chinese broadcast partner
Why £564m Premier League TV deal in China was scrapped and what it means for clubs. The Telegraph. Five-subs rule again voted down by Premier League clubs. NBC Sports. Americans complied with coronavirus lockdowns, helping to curb pandemic, new CDC study finds. Yahoo News.


Premier League’s £160m China TV battle as rights holders …
Premier League in China TV battle as holders of their most lucrative overseas deal continue to withhold £160m payment that was due in MARCH – with potentially seismic ramifications for club finances


Premier League terminates $700m China TV rig … | GLONAABOT
Why £564m Premier League TV deal in China was scrapped and what it means for clubs. Termination of the contract has also taken place against a backdrop of simmering political tension between Britain and China Read full article: Why £564m Premier League TV deal in Chin …


English Premier League sells China TV rights for £564m
Nov 18, 2016The Premier League has signed its richest TV deal outside the UK, cashing in on the boom in the sport in China by signing a three-year deal worth $700m (£564m).


Premier League cancels £526m TV deal in China | GLONAABOT
The Premier League has terminated its lucrative TV rights contract in China two years early for unpaid money owed under the deal Read full article: Premier League cancels £564m Chinese TV …→ 2020-09-03

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