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April 2, 2008

EUR 35 million for Champions League TV rights in Romania

Filed under: romania,transactions,tv — iann @ 9:14 am

The Romanian Public Television has won the auction for the rights of transmitting in Romania the first option of the Champions League [tuesday & wednesday] football games exclusively and also the summery of all the football games. TVR will, as well, transmit the semifinals and the final. The public television pays EUR 35 million for a period of three years, including the seasons 2009-2010, 2010-2011 and 2011-2012 and  the winner was announced on Monday 31st March, by TEAMM, UEFA’s representative.

The Romanian Public Televison owns the rights of Europe’s Supercup, a competition between the winner of Champions League and the winner of UEFA Cup. DTH Boom TV won the second option, having the rights of transmitting the games that are not included in TVR’s platform, the replays and the summaries of the football games. TVR is re-engaged in the transmitting of Champions League after 9 years (1992-1999), during which Pro TV [CME] has transmitted the games.

The public television owns the rights of transmitting some important sport competitions at European and Worldwide level: the European Football Championship in Switzerland and Austria, Confederations Cup 2009 in South Africa, World Football Championship 2010 in South Africa, World Football Championship 2014 in Brazil, Formula 1 – 2008, 2009, 2010 seasons -, Olympics Games 2008 Beijing, European Gymnastics Championship 2008, Olympic Games 2012 in London, Olympics winter games 2010 in Canada (Vancouver), Olympics winter games 2014 in Russia (Soci) and others.


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