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  • La Liga pay-TV and free-to-air satellite TV broadcasters in Europe

    La Liga satellite TV coverage in Spain

    Spanish telecommunications giant Telefónica and the Liga de Fútbol Profesional (LFP), have announced a landmark €600 million broadcast rights deal and they will have ability to show every teams matches in the spanish top two divisions.

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    For the first time broadcasting rights in Spain have been negotiated collectively. Previously, clubs were free to market their own rights, which presented a significant imbalance between the top two – Real Madrid and Barcelona – and the rest of La Liga and the Segunda División. Collective rights negotiations are standard across most of Europe, but had previously been blocked in Spain by those two clubs.

    The deal covers the 2015/16 season only, but amount of €600 million is even not significant comparing it with the recent TV rights deal for the English Premier League.

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  • Sky Sports secured La Liga TV rights in UK

    Sky Sports will remain the "home of Spanish football in UK" thanks to a new broadcasting deal announced today. Sky Sports has been showing Spanish football for almoust two decades, and it was very important to keep La Liga TV rights because there were rumours that BT Sport is ready to add it in their already big sport portfolio.

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  • Sport 1 Select wins La Liga TV rights in Netherlands

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    Sport 1 Select has acquired the exclusive broadcast rights to Spanish football league in netherlands.

    The deal includes the rights to live broadcasts and extended highlights on TV and broadband internet for next three years. Sport 1 Select will show at least six games from La Liga live on TV each round and all games on Sport 1’s internet platform Sport1 GO. 

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  • Who Will Cover La Liga in UK?

    According to the Telegraph, Sky Sport pulled out of the bidding process for La Liga, and this is another indication that they have overpaid Premier League TV rights in which they will pay 11 million pounds per game.

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