Wednesday September 30, 2020

Sky to bid for more GAA games

Broadcaster poised for bidding process

22nd May, 2016
Sky Sports coverage of GAA matches started in 2014

Sky Sports is considering buying more GAA broadcasting rights when the bidding process for the 2017 to 2020 period opens.

Steve Smith, Sky Sports production director, said it planned on continuing, and perhaps extending, its relationship with the GAA.

“I’d love to think that we can build on what we have achieved and continue to improve,” he said.

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