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Competition works for TV sport

The debate on so-called 'free-to-air' sports broadcasts intensified last week when the news that Setanta Sports, the Irish sports channel, had won the exclusive rights to Rugby World Cup 2007 was revealed in a national newspaper article.

28th January, 2006

The debate on so-called 'free-to-air' sports broadcasts intensified last week when the news that Setanta Sports, the Irish sports channel, had won the exclusive rights to Rugby World Cup 2007 was revealed in a national newspaper article.

While, in fact, no deal has yet been signed, it is interesting that this news should leak on the week that the Department of Communications reviews its list of protected events, with the stated intention of adding the 2006...

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