TV RIGHTS CLIPS 1: Football: World Cup, Premier League, Serie A and other deals

Football: French commercial broadcaster TF1 sublicensed rights for the 2010 World Cup to public-service broadcaster France Télévisions and pay-broadcaster Canal Plus in deals worth a combined €33m ($44.6m). TF1, which paid €120m in total for the World Cup, retains exclusive rights for 27 of the 64 matches, including the opening match, all matches involving France, the third-place play-off, semi-finals and the final. France Télévisions will pay €25m for 34 matches, including two quarter-finals. Canal Plus will pay €8m for 37 matches live, including eight exclusively. Canal Plus will show all other matches delayed and a nightly magazine programme.

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