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Premier League sells majority of domestic television rights for 4.5 billion pounds ($6.2B) to Sky and BT

LONDON (AP) — Premier League sells majority of domestic television rights for 4.5 billion pounds ($6.2B) to Sky and BT .

Reported by New Zealand Herald • Tuesday, February 13, 2018

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