Eurovision Sport urges members to set targets for women’s sports coverage

Samantha Mewis of the USA and Desiree van Lunteren of the Netherlands battle for possession during the 2019 Fifa Women's World Cup final in France. (Photo by Maja Hitij/Getty Images)

The sports arm of the consortium of European free-to-air broadcasters has said women’s sport represents a ‘unique commercial opportunity’ for its members and is urging them to lock in gains made in the sector before the Covid-19 pandemic. Ben Cronin reports

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