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The Spanish Government publishes a royal decree-law by means of which the distribution of the exploitation rights of audiovisual contents of professional football competitions is reformed

New Trade Regulation Applicable to the Marketing of Football Broadcasting Rights. A Competitive Outcome? You may be forgiven for thinking that broadcasting of football (soccer) events in Spain is big business. With some world class football clubs, broadcasting rights owned by Spanish football clubs are big cash generators, and the great popularity of football has historically caught the attention of the authorities. On May 1st, the Spanish Government has published Royal Decree-Law 05/2015, of urgent measures in relation to the distribution of the exploitation rights of audiovisual contents of professional football competitions (RDLF). The approval

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Pedro Callol, Jorge Manzarbeitia, Manuel Canadas Bouwen, The Spanish Government publishes a royal decree-law by means of which the distribution of the exploitation rights of audiovisual contents of professional football competitions is reformed, 1 May 2015, e-Competitions May 2015, Art. N° 95993

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