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UK to uphold ‘no single buyer’ rule on Premier League auction

United Kingdom (UK) has concluded plans to introduce ‘no single buyer’ in the forthcoming Premier League Auction, reports ITRealms.
According to information from the Office of Communications (OfCom), this clause has become necessary to eschew the 2014 controversy, which was recently closed from investigations.
This, ITRealms gathered, will ensure more than one broadcaster has access to rights.
At the last count, 42 matches per season will be reserved for a second buyer, of which a minimum of 30 will be available for broadcast at the weekends.
Ofcom, ITRealms recalls is the communications regulator; including TV, radio and video on demand sectors, fixed line telecoms, mobiles, postal services, plus the airwaves over which wireless devices operate.

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