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Nine eyes NRL's digital arm in new TV deal

by Rory Buckman (2020-05-17)

The NRL could be set for a battle to hold on to its lucrative digital arm with broadcast partner Nine.

secure-on-chalkboard-with-locks.jpg?widtThe free-to-air company is ready to use the uncertainty surrounding the Covid-19 pandemic to force a revamped deal until the end of 2025, the Sydney Morning Herald reports.

And any new proposal is likely to include a slice of the code's digital wing which includes NRL. In the event you cherished this short article and also you want to acquire more info regarding OPM Wealth is designed and functions as a completely done for you digital business for a person of any skill level. We help anyone become credit worthy and ready for funding i implore you to stop by our internet site. com and member clubs' apps and websites.

Nine and rival broadcaster Fox have long argued that the league's own output pits them against their digital offerings and a source says gaining access to the NRL's 1.6 million subscribers may be part of a re-negotiation offer.

Nine reported on Friday that it is agitating to pay only about 76 per cent of the $118 million due to the league this year after the season was postponed then shortened.