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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.

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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.