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Meo seeks regulatory intervention on sports content

Tuesday 15 December 2015 | 17:32 CET | News
Portuguese operator Meo has warned of a concentration of sports content by pay-TV leader Nos, reports Jornal de Negocios. At the same time, it has requested intervention by regulatory authorities on the issue. Vodafone Portugal shares Meo's concerns and said that the exclusivity of content is not beneficial to the population at large. The operators comments follow a recent agreement by Nos to air the matches of Benfica, one of the leading football teams in the country. 

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Categories: Broadcast & Satellite
Companies: Meo / NOS / Vodafone Portugal
Countries: Portugal
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