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Covid-19 accelerates move into challenging new era for sports media-rights business

SportBusiness gathered a panel of experts at the All That Matters Online 2020 conference to discuss the challenges being faced in the sports media rights sector.

A TV camera in action prior to Serie A football match between AC Milan and FC Internazionale (Photo by Nicolò Campo/LightRocket via Getty Images)

SportBusiness gathered a panel of experts at the All That Matters Online 2020 conference to discuss the challenges being faced in the sports media rights sector.

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