Some articles on rights, broadcasting rights:
... in part because he couldn't obtain the rights to Australian test matches at home, even though he offered the Australian Cricket Board a $1.5 million 3 year. 1979, with Nine securing the exclusive rights to telecast Australian cricket ... It secured the rights to Australia's cricket tour of the West Indies, Nine's first challenge since winning its World Series war ...
... In 1998 Packer's Nine Network secured the free-to-air broadcasting rights for the NRL until 2007 for $13,000,000 a year ... attempted to buy the pay television NRL rights until 2006 for $72,000,000 per annum ... After News resigned these rights, and acquired the AFL broadcast rights, C7 was shut down in March 2002, leaving Fox Sports as the only Australian pay television sports network ...
Famous quotes containing the words rights and/or broadcasting:
“A wife is property that one acquires by contract, she is transferable, because possession of her requires title; in fact, woman is, so to speak, only mans appendage; consequently, slice, cut, clip her, you have all rights to her.”
—Honoré De Balzac (17991850)
“We spend all day broadcasting on the radio and TV telling people back home whats happening here. And we learn whats happening here by spending all day monitoring the radio and TV broadcasts from back home.”
—P.J. (Patrick Jake)