OTT’s European Power Struggle and what it means for sports-media rights

Change is coming to Western Europe’s pay-television market, with the big OTT players getting a foothold and set to change the balance of power. As established media groups respond through mergers, acquisitions and alliances, as well as their own OTT offerings, Frank Dunne looks at what it all means for the value of sports-media rights.

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