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TSN renews deal with Professional Bull Riders Canada

Canadian pay-television broadcaster TSN has renewed its highlights deal with Professional Bull Riders Canada for the 2019 season.

TSN, which is owned by Telco Bell, acquired rights to the 2018 season last year. The new deal begins with a weekly highlights show on the on April 30.

PBR is owned by Endeavor, the parent company of the WME | IMG agency.

Earlier this month, PBR agreed a new 10-year deal with US pay-television broadcast CBS for the US series until 2028. In addition, PBR broadcasts events not aired by CBS on its own OTT platform, RidePass.

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