TV RIGHTS CLIPS 1: Premier League, Real Madrid, F1, rugby and more

In Asia, it agreed deals with pan-regional broadcaster ESPN Star Sports for rights in Malaysia, Indonesia, the Indian sub-continent, Korea and Indo-China, covering a group of nine smaller Asian countries; with Starhub Cablevision (Singapore), UBC (Thailand), the Euro Soccer Channel (China) and Yes TV (Japan).  The Asian deals brought in total fees of more than $700m (£363m/€534m).

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