English Premier League announces more LatAm deals
The English Premier League has continued its recent spate of international broadcast agreements by finalising a deal with Grupo Televisa in Latin America.
The deal includes two of Grupo Televisa's platforms, DirecTV and Sky Mexico, and covers all Latin American territories except Brazil, where a deal with Fox and ESPN has already been announced.
- NBC acquires the Premier League's US rights
- Premier League rights sold in Canada and the Caribbean
- Premier League opts for six-year broadcast deal in China
- SuperSport nets African Premier League rights
DirecTV PanAmericana will have the South American rights to all 380 Premier League games per season for the 2013/14 to 2015/16 cycle, while Sky Mexico will have the same rights in Mexico, Central America and the Domincan Republic.
Financial details have not been released, but the Premier League is likely to have registered a significant increase in rights fee.
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