TV RIGHTS CLIPS 1: Japan Olympic deal, Uefa football and more

Olympics: The Japan Consortium, consisting of public-service broadcaster NHK and commercial broadcasters Fuji TV, NTV, TV Asahi, TBS and Tokyo TV, acquired the media rights for the 2010 and 2012 Olympics in a deal with the International Olympic Committee worth ¥32.5bn (£157m/€200m/$312m). The consortium will show a minimum 200 hours from the 2012 Summer Olympics in London and 100 hours from the 2010 Winter Games in Vancouver.  The consortium fee splits ¥26.65bn for 2012 and ¥5.85bn for 2010.  The deal includes a revenue-share agreement on the sublicensing of new-media rights (page 4).

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