The Netherlands Competition Authority decides following the notification of the scheme for the collective sale of broadcasting rights in connection with an application for exemption to allow the collective trading rights to broadcast summaries (Eredivisie)

NMa Prohibits Joint Trading of Rights to Live Broadcasting of Premier Division Football Matches* As of the start of the football season 2003-2004, the professional football organisations may no longer jointly sell rights to the live broadcasting of football matches, as they now do through Eredivisie N.V. This has been decided by the Netherlands Competition Authority (NMa). NMa is of the opinion that the present situation is to the disadvantage of consumers due to the fact that the live matches are sold to a single authorised broadcasting company, in the present

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Netherlands Competition Authority, The Netherlands Competition Authority decides following the notification of the scheme for the collective sale of broadcasting rights in connection with an application for exemption to allow the collective trading rights to broadcast summaries (Eredivisie), 19 November 2002, e-Competitions Bulletin Sport, Art. N° 67358

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