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VTV picks up Euro 2020 rights in Vietnam

Vietnamese public-service broadcaster VTV has acquired multi-platform rights to next year’s Uefa Euro 2020 national team football tournament.

VTV will hold television and radio rights to the competition, which will take place from June 12 to July 12 next year across 12 host cities.

The deal grants VTV rights to cable-television, satellite, mobile, IPTV, internet, public-screening and social media rights.

VTV will also be able to use Euro 2020 photos and materials and produce match clips. Additionally, the broadcaster will be granted the right to relicense media copyright to third parties in Vietnam.

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