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Volume: 10 Issue: 4
(April 2012)

Keywords:
broadcasting sustainability premier league tv model while decisions recent litigation brought englands football association premier league (fapl mean

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England Europe EU Greece Germany UK

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Broadcasting: The sustainability of the Premier League TV model

While decisions in recent litigation brought by England's Football Association Premier League (FAPL) mean that football fans can order FAPL TV coverage from broadcasters across Europe, pubs could still find themselves in breach of FAPL copyrights if they screen broadcasts from another country. Adam Rendle, an Associate with Taylor Wessing, outlines the risks that the recent rulings present to the FAPL's broadcasting model.

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