Thursday April 9, 2020

Setanta founder secures British GAA rights

The founder of sports broadcaster Setanta, Michael O’Rourke, has secured the rights to broadcast live GAA matches in Britain for the next 12 months.

1st May, 2010

The founder of sports broadcaster Setanta, Michael O’Rourke, has secured the rights to broadcast live GAA matches in Britain for the next 12 months.

Using a company called MSK Media, O’Rourke has agreed a deal with the GAA to screen live hurling and football matches in Britain through a new channel called Premier Sport. O’Rourke, who is a significant shareholder of Setanta, owns MSK with members of his family. The channel will initially be...

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