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Channel 9 Wants To Axe A Sydney Club And The Media Campaign Ahead Of The Next NRL Broadcasting Rights Deal

Channel 9 Wants To Axe A Sydney Club And The Media Campaign Ahead Of The Next NRL Broadcasting Rights Deal

Update: 2019-09-02
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In this episode we look at the request by Channel 9 to move one club from Sydney up to Brisbane ahead of the next broadcasting deal. We then look at the reaction from Fox Sports, Cronulla Sharks supporters, as well as Jack and Rose who were on the Titanic as it sank.

This episode is all about TV rights. We hope you enjoy it!

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Channel 9 Wants To Axe A Sydney Club And The Media Campaign Ahead Of The Next NRL Broadcasting Rights Deal

Channel 9 Wants To Axe A Sydney Club And The Media Campaign Ahead Of The Next NRL Broadcasting Rights Deal