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UK pay-television broadcaster Sky renewed its agreement with the Augusta National Golf Club for rights to The Masters, paying a slight increase.
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Results extend ongoing trend of viewership lift across North American sports

UK pay-television broadcaster Sky Sports has renewed its agreement with Augusta National Golf Club for exclusive rights to The Masters

Sport 24, the in-flight and in-ship television service operated by the IMG agency, has renewed its rights to the US Masters golf tournament as part of a three-year agreement with the Augusta National Golf…

Pan-regional sports broadcaster SPOTV has secured exclusive rights to the US Masters golf tournament in eight markets across Southeast Asia as part of a one-year deal with the Augusta National Golf Club

The Discovery Sports division of media group Discovery has acquired rights to the US Masters in Sweden, while extending its deal for the golf major in Norway

Australian pay-television broadcaster Foxtel has renewed its rights for the US Masters golf tournament in a multi-year deal beginning with the 2022 event
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ESPN and Augusta National have announced that College GameDay will be broadcast live at next month's Masters tournament on November 14

Pay-television broadcaster Sky New Zealand is to broadcast the Masters, golf’s first major of the year.

The BBC may lose out on rights to golf's US Masters - it's last live golf property - according to a report in The Telegraph
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Tiger Woods' victory at the Masters on Sunday led to mixed TV ratings for US broadcaster CBS due to the unusually early start time of the final round
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Ahead of this week's Masters, it was announced that virtually every shot from every round will be made available on the tournament's website and app for the first time

GolfTV, the Discovery-owned online streaming service, has acquired rights in Norway, Poland and Russia to the Masters, the first men’s major of the year.

Chinese internet company Sina Sports has renewed a digital rights agreement for the US Masters ahead of this year’s edition of the golf major.

German pay-television broadcaster Sky Deutschland has struck a multi-year extension to its rights deal for US golf major The Masters