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Neo's game plan sans cricket

MUMBAI: With India and Bangladesh cricket rights out of its kitty, Neo Sports Broadcast, the owner and operator of Neo Sports and Neo Cricket, is betting big on three months of non-stop sporting action spread across football, tennis and hockey.

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IPL loss impacts Lagardere Unlimited

MUMBAI: French company Lagardere has said that its unit Lagardere Unlimited has had a difficult 2011 on account of losses from the Indian Premiere League (IPL).

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BBC, ITV to broadcast Uefa Euro 2012 in the UK

MUMBAI: Uefa has announced the appointment of the BBC and ITV as the official broadcasters of Uefa Euro 2012 in the UK.

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StarHub bags rights for Uefa Euro 2012

MUMBAI: Singapore pay TV platform StarHub has acquired the broadcast rights to the soccer tourney Uefa Euro 2012.

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ITV, Channel Ten to telecast Euro 2004

MUMBAI: Channel Ten and ITV will telecast live the UEFA Euro 2004 soccer championship. The tourney kicks off on 12 June to 4 July in Portugal.Channel Ten will operate through ITVs satellite.

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