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European parliament stops short of allowing EU-wide online TV market

Tuesday 21 November 2017 | 16:52 CET | News
The European Parliament has decided against opening up the TV rights market in EU and making it easier for broadcasters to offer their programming anywhere in the 28 member states. Under the legislation approved by the Legal Affairs committee, only news and public affairs from their home country could be delivered online anywhere in the EU, and not the full range of TV programmes. 

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