Serie B looking for greater visibility in new international media-rights deal

PALERMO, ITALY - FEBRUARY 04: George Puscas (L) of Palermo and Luca Martinelli of Foggia compete for the ball during the Serie B match between US Citta di Palermo and Foggia at Stadio Renzo Barbera on February 04, 2019 in Palermo, Italy. (Photo by Tullio M. Puglia/Getty Images)

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