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Asia-Pacific media market stands at crossroads as Disney shuts Fox Sports

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In an abridged version of a SportBusiness Media article, Kevin McCullagh examines the repercussions of the closure of Fox Sports Asia and what it means for sports rights-holders and other broadcasters in the region.

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