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La Liga TV rights to be reviewed

April 18, 2013
By Dermot Corrigan, Spain Correspondent
A new law could force La Liga teams to sell their television rights collectively, the president of Spain's Sports Council, Miguel Cardenal, has said.

Under the current system, each Spanish club is free to negotiate individually with broadcast partners. This allows the big two, Real Madrid and Barcelona, to earn about €140 million each, with Atletico Madrid next (on an estimated €50 million) and minnows Granada making approximately €12 million per year, leading to a severe ...

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