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After months of negotiations the seven clubs in Greece’s Super League without media-rights deals for the 2018-19 season last week found a home with public-service broadcaster ERT.

The Greek government will offer the country’s domestic football clubs a massive increase in media-rights revenue, but only if they agree to a series of demands including a restructuring of the league system.

Greek pay-television broadcaster Nova has struck media-rights deals with eight Superleague clubs, effectively marking the end of the league’s collective rights selling.

Domestic media rights to the Greek Superleague are back on the market after pay-television broadcaster Nova decided against activating a one-season extension to its current deal.

Uefa is considering selling Champions League and Europa League rights in a new cycle exclusively to a pay-television broadcaster to maximise value in Greece.

Greek Super League football club PAOK will stream its first match of the forthcoming season on the club’s OTT platform, as it enters the 2019-20 campaign without a TV rights deal in place.

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Greek pay-television broadcaster Nova extended its deal for Greek Superleague rights by two seasons last week, although two clubs still oppose the renewal.

Greek pay-television broadcaster Nova moved closer to renewing its domestic football rights last month, after a majority of clubs agreed to an extension of the existing contract.