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Illustration picture of Téléfoot microphone before Ligue 1 match (Photo by Baptiste Fernandez/Icon Sport via Getty Images).

The Covid-19 pandemic has been the biggest factor affecting sports media-rights markets in 2020, forcing rights-holders almost everywhere into rebates and renegotiations.

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