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Premier League announce whopping £4.5billion new deal with Sky and BT as Amazon set to win package

Daily Record Tuesday, 13 February 2018 ()
Premier League announce whopping £4.5billion new deal with Sky and BT as Amazon set to win packageSky have taken four of the seven live packages available, while BT Sport have snapped up the other one confirmed so far.
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Feb.13 -- Bloomberg Intelligence's Paul Sweeney discusses the new broadcasting rights deal for English Premier League soccer matches on "Bloomberg Markets."

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