Consultants to study Nigerian TV competition, soccer rights

Thursday 7 May 2015 | 22:19 CET | News
The National Broadcasting Commission (NBC) has invited an international team of consultants to undertake an economic baseline study competition within the Nigerian television market. They will see if there are any restrictions to content, including premium rights and events, and whether such restrictions hinders the emergence of new services and platforms, and their ability to compete effectively, CommunicationsWeek reported.

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