TV RIGHTS CLIPS 1: End to Singapore World Cup stalemate and other football deals

Football: Singapore telecoms companies Starhub and SingTel acquired the rights for the 2010 Fifa World Cup in non-exclusive deals worth about $17m (€13m), brokered by the Football Media Services agency. The deal includes internet and mobile rights. The two operators will offer simultaneous coverage across two dedicated channels, priced at S$66 ($48/€37) before May 30 and S$88 thereafter.

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