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WHAT DOES TELEVISION RIGHTS MEAN IN ENGLISH?
Broadcasting is the distribution of audio and video content to a dispersed audience via any audio or visual mass communications medium, but usually one using electromagnetic radiation. The receiving parties may include the general public or a relatively large subset thereof. Broadcasting has been used for purposes of private recreation, non-commercial exchange of messages, experimentation, self-training, and emergency communication such as amateur radio and amateur television in addition to commercial purposes like popular radio or TV stations with advertisements.
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WORDS RELATING TO «TELEVISION RIGHTS»
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FREQUENCY OF USE OF THE TERM «TELEVISION RIGHTS» OVER TIME
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10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «TELEVISION RIGHTS»
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Television in the Olympics
The evolution of revenue from television rights In the 1960s and 1970s televisionrights constituted a minimal proportion of budgets. Los Angeles'84 represented a
radical turning point with 37.3 per cent of revenue coming from television rights.
Miquel de Moragas, Nancy K. Rivenburgh, 1995
Global Television and the Politics of the Seoul Olympics
Olympic movement. The large increases in revenues from television rights took
place in the 1970s and 1980s and mirrored the growth of global television more
generally. Within this general pattern of an ever-larger role for television in the ...
James F. Larson, Heung-Soo Park, 1993
The Political Economy of Television Sports Rights
income-sharing for television rights. The value of Spanish football rights has
grown from €15 million per season in 1988–89 to €640 million per season in
2010– 11, driven by the rights sales strategies of the clubs and the increased
level of ...
Tom Evens, Petros Iosifidis, Paul Smith, 2013
Encyclopedia of the Modern Olympic Movement
... Alasckiewicz, John McMillan, Robert Lawrence, and Stephen Wenn. See
Richard K. Alasczkiewicz and Thomas L. McPhail, "Olympic Television Rights,"
International Review for the Sociology of Sport 21, 2/3 (1986): 211-28; John
John E. Findling, Kimberly D. Pelle, 2004
The Olympic Games: A Social Science Perspective
On a more serious note, the Melbourne Olympics of 1956 provided a turning
point in the relationship between the IOC and the media. Some members ofthe
IOC had already recognised the potential financial windfall that television rights
Kristine Toohey, Anthony James Veal, 2007
Center Field Shot: A History of Baseball on Television
This work explores how the new medium of television changed America's pastime and traces the sometimes contentious but mutually beneficial relationship between baseball and television, from the first televised game in 1939 to the modern-day ...
James R. Walker, Robert V. Bellamy, 2008
International Sports Law and Business
Sherman Act §2 has to date not played a major role in sports broadcasting.1323
As we will see, the Sports Broadcasting Act ("SBA") exempts from the antitrust
laws the sale of pooled television rights by professional baseball, football, ...
Aaron N. Wise, Bruce S. Meyer, 1997
The Movie Business: The Definitive Guide to the Legal and ...
It is not uncommon to grant pay television rights to a broadcaster specializing in
pay television and free television rights to a company specializing in free
television. The same holds true for cable and satellite rights. What the licensor is
Kelly Crabb, 2005
The Economics of Staging the Olympics: A Comparison of the ...
Until 1952, no policy governing OCOG sale of television rights existed (details in
Barney et al., 2002). 1956-68 Legal basis Since 1960, television rights have
been sold exclusively by OCOGs without providing any broadcasting centre for
Holger Preuss, 2004
Private Television in Western Europe: Content, Markets, Policies
... receive 1.8 billion. The English PL's total revenues from UK paytelevision rights
for the 2010–2013 seasons reached a record 1782 million GBP (2070 million).
But the value of television rights is constantly rising and the English PL recently ...
Karen Donders, Caroline Pauwels, Jan Loisen, 2013
3 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «TELEVISION RIGHTS»
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International Olympic Committee Awards Olympic TV Rights In Cuba …
LAUSANNE, Switzerland (AP) — Cuba's state broadcaster has been awarded the country's exclusive television rights to the 2016 Olympics in Rio de Janeiro. «Huffington Post, Dec 14»
The NFL Makes $6 Billion Annually Just From National Television …
While the NFL dwarfs the other leagues in terms of national television revenue, the other leagues make up for it by selling television rights locally. For example ... «Business Insider, Sep 14»
AFCON TV rights cause stir
Johannesburg - Television rights to the Africa Cup of Nations have caused a stir as organisers battle illegal broadcasters using hi-tech modern-day piracy. «SPORT24, Jan 13»
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