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Friday 20 December 2013

Premier League's worldwide broadcasting rights

An overview of the live audio visual rights awarded around the world from the 2013/14 season

The rights for three seasons from 2012/13 to 2014/15 have been awarded

The Premier League is pleased to announce that it has awarded the live audio-visual broadcast rights for all 380 Barclays Premier League matches a season for seasons 2013/14 – 2015/16 to a number of broadcasters.

Click on the stories below for more details.

Balkans: IMG Media >>

Belgium: Telenet >>

Bulgaria: Nova >>

Brazil: Fox Sports & ESPN >>

Canada: Sportsnet & TSN >>

Caribbean: IMC >>

China and Macau: Super Sports Media Group >>

Czech Republic: AMI >>

Finland: MTV MEDIA >>

France: CANAL+ >>

Germany: Sky >>

Greece: OTE >>

Hong Kong: PCCW >>

Indonesia: MP & Silva >>

Ireland: BSkyB and BT >>

Italy: Pitch International >>

Japan: IMG Media >>

Middle East North Africa: Al Jazeera Sport >>

Mongolia: IMG Media >>

Netherlands: MP & Silva >>

New Zealand: MP & Silva >>

Pacific Islands: MP & Silva >>

Poland: Canal+ Cyfrowy Poland >>

Romania: Eurosport >>

Russia: NTV-PLUS >>

Ships and aeroplanes: IMG Media >>

Slovakia: AMI >>

South Africa, Nigeria and Sub-Saharan Africa: SuperSport >>

South and Central America (excluding Brazil): DirecTV PanAmericana and SKY Mexico >>

Spain: IMG >>

Thailand, Cambodia and Laos: Cable Thai Holdings >>

Turkey: Saran Media >>

Ukraine: MP & Silva >>

USA: NBC Sports Group >>

UK: BSkyB & BT >>

UK Long-Form Linear broadcast rights: BSkyB >>

UK Near-Live clip rights: News International >>

Vietnam: IMG Media >>

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Key Points

  • Audio-visual rights have been awarded around the world for seasons 2013/14 to 2015/16
  • Rights in the United States won by NBCUniversal
  • International Media Content Ltd wins rights for the Caribbean
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