Read this: Pub landladys EU case paves way for Premier League rights revolution | Media | guardian.co.uk
Summary: The European Union's highest court was today advised to rule that EU law does not prohibit pubs showing live Premier League matches from foreign broadcasters, potentially sparking a revolution in the way media sports rights are sold across the continent. She dismissed the copyright argument put forward by the Premier League that it held exclusive rights to matches broadcast to the public. No figures are given for Europe, however it is understood that France, Scandinavia and Germany are the most lucrative markets for Premier League rights. - guardian.co.ukwww.guardian.co.ukPub landladys EU case paves way for Prem…
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