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Sky fightback sees it keep Cricket World Cup rights

New Zealand Herald Thursday, 10 October 2019
Sky fightback sees it keep Cricket World Cup rightsSky Network Television bounced back from yesterday's loss of the domestic cricket broadcasting rights with a deal that will see it keep world cup coverage for the next four years. The pay-TV operator retained its exclusive broadcasting...
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